Texas Values Action Endorses Mike Lang for Texas House

December 31, 2015

Mcnutt endorsement graphicTexas Values Action proudly endorses Mike Lang for the Texas House of Representatives, House District 60. Lang, who lives in Granbury, served as a law enforcement officer for 30 years and was elected Constable for Hood County in 2013. His wife, Katie, is the Hood County Clerk who stood up for her religious freedom rights after the U.S. Supreme Court gay ‘marriage’ decision.

House District 60 is an open-seat contest. Incumbent Rep. Jim Keffer (58%), announced that he would be retiring from public office after Lang declared his candidacy earlier this year.

“Mike Lang is a principled, conservative leader with a record of serving people in his community with integrity. His commitment to fight for faith, family, and freedom is the kind of leadership that Texans deserve. With a record of distinguished public service, the people of House District 60 should be confident in sending Mike Lang to the Texas House,” said Jonathan Saenz, President of Texas Values Action.


Early Voting: February 16 – February 26

Primary Election Day: March 1

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

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