January 13, 2017      5:33 PM
MQ Sullivan, frequent critic of perks for lawmakers, enjoyed complimentary A&M Chancellor suite seats
While the House seeks more disclosure of campaign finances and the Senate is more focused on perks, head of politically active nonprofit enjoys free tickets at Kyle Field in the Chancellor’s box
years, Tim Dunn’s Empower
Texans has bashed lawmakers for enjoying freebies, specifically things
like tickets to UT Football, often making the argument that average citizens do
not get to “rub elbows” with “powerful people.”
spokesman, Michael Quinn Sullivan,
has often led the charge on this, tweeting and blogging his criticism of Texas
House members for partaking in something Quorum Report has now
learned he does himself.
records obtained by QR under the Texas Public Information Act, Sullivan
was given free tickets to the September 13, 2016 Texas A&M football
game against the University of California at Los Angeles, which he watched from Texas
A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp’s suite.
By James Russell