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“As state representative for House District 60, Dr. Glenn Rogers has developed a reputation as a trusted, proven conservative that fights for Texas taxpayers. He worked hard last session to pass measures to protect the unborn, safeguard our Second Amendment rights, and increase border security funding by the largest amount in Texas history. Dr. Rogers is a staunch advocate for Texas schools and our teachers. He led the effort to secure a much-needed 13th check for our retired teachers and increase funding to our local public schools. Through his work on the Transportation Committee, Dr. Rogers has developed key relationships and secured additional funding for our critical infrastructure that will put our region on a path to sustainable growth and economic prosperity. We believe that Dr. Rogers’ experience, his steadfast conservative values, voting record, and leadership are what we need in the Texas House. We are proud to endorse Dr. Glenn Rogers for re-election as state representative for House District 60.”

 

Senator Drew Springer

Mayor Kit Marshall, Aledo

Mayor Paul Paschall, Weatherford

Mayor Doyle Moss, Willow Park

“During the legislative session, Glenn Rogers was a conservative champion and fought to secure our elections, invest $2.8 billion in border security, pass constitutional carry, and protect innocent life by banning abortion after the detection of an unborn child’s heartbeat. I’ve known Glenn Rogers since my days serving as a state representative from the same area, and this long, personal relationship and his conservative record give me confidence in his ability to continue to represent the people of Parker, Palo Pinto, and Stephens counties in the Legislature. As a rancher and veterinarian, local school board member, county Farm Bureau leader, Aggie, and now as state representative, Dr. Rogers embodies the conservative values and work ethic this area needs in the Texas House. I am proud to endorse Dr. Glenn Rogers for re-election as state representative.”

 

Governor Rick Perry, 2001-2015

“I have had the privilege of knowing Dr. Glenn Rogers and his family for many years, and they have been true staples of our community. Dr. Rogers has proven that he is exactly the kind of conservative we need fighting for us at the Capitol. He will continue to prioritize job creation, protect taxpayers, and defend our conservative values, which is why I am proud to endorse him for re-election as state representative to House District 60. The people of Parker, Palo Pinto, and Stephens counties are proud to have Dr. Rogers fighting for us in Austin.”

 

Congressman Roger Williams

State & National Endorsements

Governor Rick Perry - Former Secretary of Energy & Texas Governor

Congressman Roger Williams

Congressman Jake Ellzey

Congressman August Pfluger

Former Congressman Mike Conaway

Speaker Dade Phelan

Representative David Spiller

House District 60 Sheriffs

Palo Pinto County Sheriff Brett McGuire

Stephens County Sheriff Kevin Roach

House District 60 Retired County Judges

Judge David Nicklas- Palo Pinto County (Ret)

 

Organizations & Associations

Education

Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE)

Texas Parent PAC

Texas Vocational Ag Teachers Association

Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA)

Law Enforcement & First Responders

Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT)

Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA)

Texas State Association of Firefighters

Department of Public Safety Officers Association

Pro-Life

Life PAC

Texas Alliance for Life PAC

Abby Johnson, Pro-Life Advocate

Second Amendment

National Rifle Association

Agricultural

Rural Friends of Electric Cooperatives

Texas Farm Bureau AG FUND

Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association

National Cutting Horse Association

Texas Nursery & Landscape Association

Healthcare

Texas Medical Association (TEXPAC)

Business & Good Government

County Officials PAC

Independent Insurers of Texas

Texans for Lawsuit Reform

Texas Association of REALTORS (TREPAC)

National Federation of Independent Business - Texas (NFIB)

City & County Officials

Mayor Regan Johnson, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Brian Shoemaker, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Glenn Mitchell, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Jerrel Tomlin, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Carlos Maldonado, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Beth Watson, City of Mineral Wells

Council Member Doyle Light, City of Mineral Wells

Commissioner Gary Glover, Palo Pinto County

Commissioner Mike Reed, Palo Pinto County

Commissioner Mike Pierce, Palo Pinto County

Commissioner Jeff Fryer, Palo Pinto County

District Attorney Kristie Burnett, Palo Pinto County

Former Mayor Bruce Pinckard, Town of Annetta

Council Member Jim Causey, Town of Annetta

Council Member Danny Coffman, Town of Annetta

Council Member Shane Mudge, Town of Annetta

Council Member Kent Stasey, Town of Annetta

Council Member Lea Young, Willow Park

Council Member Tyler VanSant, Willow Park

Commissioner Larry Walden, Parker County

Mayor Bob Sims, Breckenridge

City Commissioner Rob Durham, Breckenridge

Commissioner David Fambro, Stephens County

Commissioner Mark McCullough, Stephens County

Commissioner William Warren, Stephens County

Commissioner Eric O’Dell, Stephens County

Forrest Collins, Aledo ISD School Board

Cody Lane, Brock ISD School Board

Brian Catlin, Weatherford ISD School Board

Mike Guest, Weatherford ISD School Board

Commissioner Jack Wilson, Hood County (Hero of the West Freeway Church of Christ Shooting)

Mayor Jamie French, Millsap

Mayor Sandy Roberts, Town of Annetta

Mayor Dorothy Hall, Cool

Mayor Teena Conway, Cresson

Mayor Don Smelley, Poolville

Rick Beall, Springtown ISD School Board

Julie Turner, Aledo ISD School Board

Council Member Nick Stanley, Aledo

Local Community Leaders

Dr. Noel Bryan, Distinguished Veterinarian and Community Leader, Parker County

Red Steagall, Renowned Country Music Artist, Parker County

Bob Tallman, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, Parker County

Coach Tim Buchanan, Aledo ISD

Mary Ann Williamson, Widow of Former Parker County State Representative Ric Williamson

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