Pub 60 2019-20 Issue 5


TADA Bryan Case Sr. Q&A

TADA chair Nancy Case appointed Bryan Case Sr. as the TADA legislative chair for the 2021-2022 session. He has already served as the chair for the 2020-2021 session. Bryan lives in Beaumont and is the dealer for Classic Southeast Texas. He received the 2019 Key Director Award from Richard Karr at the 103rd Annual TADA Conference. The award recognizes the member of the TADA board of directors who has contributed the most to the organization’s success.


Bryan Case Leads TADA Legislative Committee and Team into Uncertain Session

Preparations for the 87th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature began in January of this year with TADA Chair Nancy Harper appointing Bryan Case of Classic Southeast Texas in Beaumont as TADA Legislative Chairman for 2021-2022. While Bryan will admit he ended up in the car business by accident, he is a proud first-generation automobile dealer who grew up on the operations side of the business. Bryan, who now operates eight franchises in Southeast Texas, is a longtime Board Member of TADA and a veteran of the TADA Legislative Committee.


2020 Election Rundown

It seems this election cycle, more than those in the past, is filled with unanswered questions. How will elections be carried out amid concerns over COVID-19? Will states push for mail-in ballots? Will a replacement be confirmed for Justice Ginsberg before the November elections? Who will win the U.S. Presidency? Will the Democrats keep the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives? Will the Republicans retain control of the U.S. Senate? Will Republicans keep their majorities in the Texas Legislature? These questions and more will hopefully be answered on Nov. 3.