This week

conservative Republican candidate for governor Don Huffines announced his campaign has earned the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus.
 
Republican Liberty Caucus Vice Chair James R. Peinado issued the following statement:
 
“Don Huffines has been a bold and passionate defender of Texas Liberty since before he got elected to the Texas Senate where he fought for priority legislation before others had the confidence to do so. He came onto the radar of many of our ranks when he became the first State Senator to file for Constitutional Carry a year ahead of it becoming the number one Republican Party of Texas Legislative Priority. His stalwart advocacy for eliminating property taxes, school choice, and protecting the unborn also precede many of those issues becoming a priority as well… 
 
Don Huffines is the real deal and the Republican Liberty Caucus is proud to endorse him in his campaign for Governor of Texas.”
 
Don Huffines issued the following statement:
 
“I am so honored to have the support of the Republican Liberty Caucus. As I often say on the campaign trail, the entire purpose of any government is to always defend the God-given liberties of its citizens. I will always fight to protect the natural rights of everyday Texans and when I am Governor, Texas will be the lighthouse of liberty once again.”

Don Huffines is a proud fifth-generation Texan, husband, father, grandfather, and self-made entrepreneur. A committed conservative, Huffines is fighting to safeguard Texans’ elections, phase out property taxes, and secure the border once and for all. Huffines is challenging Gov. Greg Abbott from the right in the Texas Republican primary. Texans deserve leadership. No excuses.

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