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BAC-PAC Makes Endorsements
Date:  4/10/2014
ArticleType:  Press Release

 

BAC-PAC Makes Endorsements

AUSTIN, TX—The Texas Association of Business (TAB) Business and Commerce Political Action Committee (BAC-PAC) has made endorsements for the 2014 election cycle.

Here is the full list of endorsements:

Governor: Greg Abbott

Lt. Governor: David Dewhurst

Attorney General: Dan Branch

Land Commissioner: George P. Bush

U.S. Senate: John Cornyn

U.S. House District:

 1. Congressman Louie Gohmert

 2. Congressman Ted Poe

 3. Congressman Sam Johnson

 4. Congressman Ralph Hall

 5. Congressman Jeb Hensarling

 6. Congressman Joe Barton

 7. Congressman John Culberson

 8. Congressman Kevin Brady

10. Congressman Michael McCaul

11. Congressman Michael Conaway

12. Congressman Kay Granger

13. Congressman Mac Thornberry

14. Congressman Randy Weber

17. Congressman Bill Flores

19. Congressman Randy Neugebauer

20. Congressman Joaquin Castro

21. Congressman Lamar Smith

22. Congressman Pete Olson

24. Congressman Kenny Marchant

25. Congressman Roger Williams

26. Congressman Michael Burgess

27. Congressman R. Blake Farenthold

28. Congressman Henry Cuellar

29. Congressman Gene Green

31 Congressman John Carter

32. Congressman Pete Sessions

36. Doug Centilli

 

Texas State Senate District:

 2. Senator Bob Deuell

 3. Senator Robert Nichols

 4. Representative Brandon Creighton

 5. Senator Charles Schwetner

 7. Paul Bettencourt

 8. Representative Van Taylor

 9. Senator Kelly Hancock

10. Dr. Mark Shelton

14. Senator Kirk Watson

15. Senator John Whitmire

16. Senator John Carona

17. Senator Joan Huffman

23. Senator Royce West

25. Senator Donna Campbell

30. Senator Craig Estes

31. Senator Kel Seliger

Texas State House District:

 1. Rep. George Lavender

 2. Rep. Dan Flynn

 3. Rep. Cecil Bell

 4. Rep. Lance Gooden

 5. Rep. Bryan Hughes

 6. Rep. Matt Schaefer

 7. Rep. David Simpson

 8. Rep. Byron Cook

 9. Rep. Chris Paddie

10. John Wray

11. Rep. Travis Clardy

12. Rep. Kyle Kacal

13. Rep. Lois Kolkhorst

14. Rep John Raney

15. Bruce Tough

16. William Metcalf

17. Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt

18. Rep. John Otto

19. Rep. James White

20. Rep Marsha Farney

21. Dade Phelan

22. Rep. Joe Deshotel

23. Bob Senter

24. Rep. Greg Bonnen

25. Rep. Dennis Bonnen

26. Rep. Rick Miller

28. Rep. John Zerwas

29. Rep. Ed Thompson

30. Rep. Geanie Morrison

31. Rep. Ryan Guillen

32. Rep. Todd Hunter

33. Rep Scott Turner

35. Rep. Oscar Longoria

36. Rep. Sergio Munoz Jr.

41. Rep. Bobby Guerra

42. Rep. Richard Raymond

43. Rep. J. M. Lozano

44. Rep. John Kuempel

45. Rep. Jason Isaac

47. Rep. Paul Workman

48. Rep Donna Howard

50. Rep. Mike VanDeWalle

52. Rep. Larry Gonzales

53. Rob Henneke

54. Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock

55. Rep. Ralph Sheffield

56. Rep. Charles “Doc” Anderson

57. Rep. Trent Ashby

58. Dewayne Burns

59. Rep. J. D. Sheffield

60. Rep. Jim Keffer

61. Rep. Phil King

62. Rep. Larry Phillips

63. Rep. Tan Parker

64. Rep. Myra Crownover

65. Rep. Ron Simmons

66. Glenn Callison

67. Rep. Jeff Leach

68. Rep. Drew Springer

69. Rep. James Frank

70. Rep. Scott Sanford

71. Rep. Susan King

72. Rep. Drew Darby

73. Rep. Doug Miller

76. Norma Chavez

77. Rep. Marisa Marquez

79. Rep. Joe Pickett

80. Rep. Tracy King

81. Austin Keith

82. Rep Tom Craddick

83. Rep. Charles Perry

84. Rep. John Frullo

85. Rep Phil Stephenson

86. Rep. John Smithee

87. Rep. Walter “Four” Price

88. Rep Ken King

89. Rep. Jodie Anne Laubenberg

91. Rep. Stephanie Klick

92. Rep. Jonathan Stickland

93. Rep. Matt Krause

94. Rep. Diane Patrick

96. Rep. Bill Zedler

97. Rep. Craig Goldman

98. Rep. Giovanni Capriglione

99. Rep. Charlie Geren

102. Rep. Stefani Carter

105. Rep. Linda Harper Brown

106. Rep. Patrick Fallon

107. Rep. Kenneth Sheets

108. Chart Westcott

112. Rep. Angie Button

113. Rep. Cindy Burkett

114. Rep. Jason Villalba

115. Rep. Bennett Ratliff

117. John Garza

121. Speaker Joe Straus

122. Rep. Lyle Larson

126. Rep. Patricia Harless

127. Rep Dan Huberty

128. Rep. Wayne Smith

130. Rep. Allen Fletcher

132. Ann Hodge

133. Rep. Jim Murphy

134. Rep Sarah Davis

135. Rep. Gary Elkins

136. Rep. Tony Dale

138. Rep. Dwayne Bohac

144. Rep. Mary Ann Perez

145. Rep. Carol Alvarado

150. Rep Debbie Riddle

 

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