Different Political Action Committees have sent out their endorsements for State Senator Kel Seliger and local businessman Victor Leal in the Texas State Senate, District 31 race.
Former Midland Mayor Mike Canon and Leal are going up against Seliger in the March 6 Republican primary.
Texas And Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association PAC Endorsed State Senator Kel Seliger
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association PAC announced their endorsement for State Senator Kel Seliger.
"The livestock industry has always been a big part of Texas' culture and economy," said Seliger. "I am honored to have the support of such a strong advocate for hard-working families in the cattle industry like the TSCRA PAC"
As one of the oldest livestock trade groups, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association has been dedicated to helping ranchers and beef producers by stopping cattle theft and promoting the industry for over 140 years. The TSCRA has grown into a pillar of strength for the cattle raising community by providing cost-effective insurance options and advocating for federal and state policy issues of importance to cattle raisers and their families.
"Senator Kel Seliger consistently supports Texas ranchers and landowners, and has fought to defend our private property and water rights," said Richard Thorpe co-chairman of the TSCRA PAC. "We are confident that Senator Seliger will continue to be a strong ally and are proud to support his re-election to the Texas Senate."
Hispanic Republicans Of Texas Endorses Victor Leal For Texas State Senate, District 31
The Hispanic Republicans of Texas PAC announced its endorsement of Victor Leal for Texas State Senate, District 31.
“Endorsing Victor Leal for the Texas Senate is an easy decision because his campaign is based on issues that are important to us and have created growth and opportunity for families across Texas. Victor will fight to lower property taxes, improve education by empowering parents and teachers, and defend the life of the unborn. His family’s story and entrepreneurial spirit are a great reflection of these values,” said Mano DeAyala, Hispanic Republicans of Texas Board Chairman.
“HRT has been successful in electing conservative Hispanics from the courthouse to the Texas House, but there’s history yet to be made in the Texas Senate. Victor Leal’s candidacy is exciting and together with HRT’s efforts illustrates the future of Texas politics. Despite liberals’ highest hopes, Texas’ fast-growing Hispanic community shares the same pro-family and pro-business values as the Republican Party,” said George Antuna, Hispanic Republicans of Texas Co-Founder.
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