Cindi Bulla Files Official Paperwork to Run for District 87

by Press Release


DATE: December 5, 2023

CONTACT: Cindi Bulla

PHONE: 806.236.5100


Cindi Bulla Files Official Paperwork to Run for District 87

Amarillo, TX--Cindi Bulla, a local Realtor and business owner, has filed the required paperwork with the State of Texas to launch her bid to represent District 87 in the Texas

House. District 87 covers much of the Texas Panhandle, representing Carson, Hansford, Hutchinson, Lipscomb, Moore, Ochiltree, Potter, and Sherman counties. The

current representative, Republican Four Price, recently announced his retirement after serving the district for 12 years.

"I am excited for the campaign and already working hard to earn the support of people across the district," Bulla said. "From knocking on doors to meeting industry leaders, I

will visit with as many voters as possible before the election. My ultimate goal is to represent our District well. To achieve that goal, not only must I earn the vote of every

possible constituent; I must build on the trust I have already established as a local entrepreneur and volunteer. Together, our conservative, Panhandle voices will be heard

loudly and clearly in Austin."

Bulla is the founder and owner of Realty Central Services, a successful Amarillo-based real estate firm. Bulla is a past Chairman of the Board for the Amarillo Association of

REALTORS(r) and Texas Association of REALTORS(r) as well as a Regional Vice President with the National Association of REALTORS(r). She also serves on Amarillo's

Planning and Zoning Commission.

"We're losing a big voice in Austin, and it's important that we have someone with solid business and life experience to represent us," Bulla noted. "I've raised a family, built a

business, and know the issues facing our area, all of which gives me a solid foundation to hit the ground running to make sure our conservative voice continues to be heard

loud and clear in Austin."

Bulla is a lifelong conservative and will work hard to secure our border, protect the Second Amendment, and fight for the unborn. She's also dedicated to ensuring our

public schools remain strong.

"I understand how important it is that parents have a voice in their child's education, and I also know that we have to make sure our public schools are well-funded and have the

resources they need to educate the thousands of children who depend on them each and every day."

Cindi and husband Chuck have three children and five grandchildren. Cindi is an active volunteer with several local non-profits. For over 30 years, she has been involved with

the Amarillo Little Theater and was a past chair of the Greater Amarillo Chapter of the American Red Cross.

To learn more about Bulla and her campaign, please visit

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