Ken Paxton Campaign Update: New Endorsements

April 25, 2014 8:03 am 0 comments

Ken Paxton

More good news from the campaign trail!

We received notices yesterday from two important conservative groups in Harris County (the Houston area) that they have now officially joined our team! They are the “C” Club and Houston Realty Business Coalition.

Join them today and help us assure a conservative victory in the May 27 runoff!

The “C” Club of Houston was founded in 1964 to promote an environment in which candidates possessing high moral principles and a clear vision of the future can be elected. The “C” Club’s support is primarily awarded based on candidates’ support of conservative fiscal policies after members have studied their records.

Here’s what the “C” Club president had to say:

“‘C’ Club is proud to endorse Ken Paxton for Attorney General. Ken’s record is unquestionably conservative. Ken has the unique ability to attract voters across the Republican spectrum. Ken Paxton has the capability to cut short this period of gross federal overreach for Texas and expand upon the foundation Greg Abbott has created. We will help Ken win in the Republican runoff and look forward to his service to our great state as Attorney General.”
- David Peacock

Also, established in the 60′s, the HRBC’s mission is to support public policy, elected officials and candidates for elected office that promote our core values of limited government, capitalism and private property rights.

“Senator Ken Paxton understands the needs and concerns of the business community and we are confident in his capability, qualifications and experience to serve in the enormous role of Texas Attorney General. Ken has shown in his long career as a legislator in the State Senate and State House that he is willing to take tough stands and fight for the conservative principles that make Texas the thriving economic engine it is today. HRBC is glad to endorse Ken and will be an active participant in this runoff election to ensure him a victory.”
- Alan Hassenflu, Vice Chairman, HRBC

Along with the Harris County Deputies’ Organization, former Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Paul Bettencourt, Dr. Steve Hotze of Conservative Republicans of Texas, and many other Harris County grassroots leaders, these endorsements add significant momentum to our campaign in a key area of the state.

 

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