Trump’s Texas Endorsements
Rep. Mayes Middleton (R-Wallisville), who is running for the open Senate District 11 seat, received one of the most sought-after endorsements in Republican politics this week, from former President Donald Trump.
In a comment to The Texan, Middleton said, “I’m honored to have earned President Trump’s endorsement. He knows we need conservative fighters who actually do what they say on the campaign trail. We must secure our border, lower property taxes, and stop Joe Biden’s idiotic policies that are strangling our economy.”
Middleton makes the 19th endorsement by Trump of a Texas elected official or candidate for next year’s midterms. Below is a list of each person the former president has formally endorsed so far.
- Governor Greg Abbott, re-election
- Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, re-election
- Attorney General Ken Paxton, re-election
- Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, re-election
- Sen. Dawn Buckingham (R-Lakeway), running for land commissioner
- Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX-26), re-election
- Rep. John Carter (R-TX-31), re-election
- Rep. Michael Cloud (R-TX-27), re-election
- Rep. Pat Fallon (R-TX-04), re-election
- Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX-10), re-election
- Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX-13), re-election
- Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX-11), re-election
- Rep. Beth Van Duyne (R-TX-24), re-election
- Rep. Roger Williams (R-TX-25), re-election
- Sen. Angela Paxton (R-McKinney), re-election
- Rep. Ryan Guillen (R-Rio Grande City), re-election
- Rep. Mayes Middleton (R-Wallisville), running for Senate District 11
- Pete Flores (R-Pleasanton), running for Senate District 24
- Kevin Sparks (R-Midland), running for Senate District 31
- Tim O’Hare, running for Tarrant County Judge
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