By Sarah EllisonVice News — The political world is a place of constant flux, as people move from one political position to the next.
For some, the constant uncertainty is part of the game.
For others, it can be a hindrance to their job.
But for those in the trenches, it’s the last thing they want.
That’s exactly what one Texas woman wants to tell her story, so that she can be the voice of reason for those who aren’t.
Sarah Ellison is the communications director for the state’s Republican Party.
She works on the campaign trail for Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
She has spent most of her adult life in the Texas Republican Party, where she is now a member.
She was born and raised in the Lone Star State, but left to attend the University of Texas, where her career in politics began.
Ellison says she moved back to Texas when she realized how much it meant to be a Republican in Texas, and it’s that role that she wants to serve in.
Ellis said she’s not worried about her own political future.
She just wants to give a voice to others who aren`t even aware of the challenges they face.
She told Vice News she has an agenda of working to elect Republicans to Congress and to the state senate.
But she doesn`t care about politics if it means getting fired from her job at the Texas GOP.
She doesn`ti care if it is because she is a woman or because she works in the political arena.
Ellisons is one of thousands of women who are in that position.
That’s the biggest problem, she said.
She wants to change that.
If the only way you can get fired from a job in politics is if you’re a woman, you should quit politics.
If you`re not a woman and you have a job, you shouldn`t get hired, Ellison said.
So what is it that makes her different?
Ellison, a former high school sports coach and a former school district administrator, has never been a part of a political party.
She`s never been involved in politics, and she doesn’t believe she has the qualifications to be one.
She started volunteering with the Lone Stars Republican Party in 2012, and has spent the past four years as the party`s communications director.
She sees a need for a leader who can help guide the party in a way that doesn`ts just rely on the party.
Ellinson told Vice Sports she understands the importance of having a leader like Gillespie, who is known for having the best public relations team in the state.
She believes Gillespie has the experience to be the GOP nominee.
She also thinks the party needs to make a shift to focusing on the future.
The Texas Republican party needs a leader with the knowledge and experience to help guide them in the next four years and to help the party stay relevant.
That doesn`tis something the party is already doing, Ellison told Vice.
She said there are many members who are more focused on winning and the next election than what the party does right now.
Ellenson thinks the GOP needs to do what the Democratic party is doing and put a lot more focus on the things that matter, like education, job creation and the middle class.
Ellinsons goals for the Republican Party are simple: win elections in 2018 and take back the House and Senate in 2020.
If that happens, the GOP will have a stronger future in the future, Ellison added.
I want the Republican party to get the job done, and I want them to take back power in the State of Texas.
I think the Republican leader needs to be someone who has a plan, who understands the state, who knows what we need, who can relate to Texas.
Ellingson said she wants the state to look more like the rest of the country, where Republicans have more power than Democrats.
She said the GOP has to change, and the people of Texas need to get behind their leader.