State, federal offices in latest wave of pro-faith, pro-family endorsements
Three Texas Legislature challengers, one contender for Texas Railroad Commissioner, and two candidates for Congress are the latest to be endorsed by Texas Values Action.
Newly endorsed candidates are: Mayes Middleton for Texas House District 23 (running against Rep. Wayne Faircloth); Chris Fails for Texas House District 122 (running against Rep. Lyle Larson, who scored 74 percent on our Faith & Family Scorecard); Brandon Hall for Texas House District 55 (running against Rep. Hugh Shine, 66 percent on our scorecard); Weston Martinez for Railroad Commissioner; Van Taylor for Congressional District 3; and Bunni Pounds for Congressional District 5.
Texas Values Action only endorses candidates who will ensure religious liberty flourishes, families prosper, and every human life is valued in Texas, according to Jonathan Saenz, President of Texas Values Action.
“We are excited to endorse these candidates who we are certain will stand up for our share values as Texans,” Saenz said. “Whether in the Texas Legislature, in a state executive office, or on Capitol Hill in Washington, it is important to have the right Texans in place to ensure Texas is a state in which religious freedom flourishes, families prosper, and every unborn child is valued.”
All full list of our endorsements made to date can be found here.
About Texas Values Action
Texas Values Action is the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of Texas Values, a non-profit organization dedicated to standing for faith, family, and freedom in Texas. More information is available at txvaluesaction.org