Congressional candidate Morgan Luttrell has picked up a significant local endorsement for his campaign to represent Texas’ 8th District. Conroe Mayor Jody Czajkoski announced on Monday that he will be backing Luttrell.
“I am proud to announce my endorsement of Morgan Luttrell for Congress,” said Czajkoski. “From his service to our Nation and his service to our community, Morgan represents the best of Texas’ 8th Congressional District. Morgan is a lifelong resident of TX8 and I know that he will fight for this District and Conroe, just as strongly as he did for our Country. That’s why I am supporting his run for US Congress.”
Czajkoski is a longtime friend of Luttrell’s. He has been Mayor of Conroe since 2020, and served on the city council before that. Czajkoski is a pro-business conservative. Conroe is a significant part of the 8th District.
A Willis native, Luttrell graduated from Sam Houston State University and would later have a 14 year career as a Navy SEAL. Luttrell worked for the Department of Energy under then Secretary Rick Perry during the Trump administration.
Following the news that longtime Congressman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) will not be running for re-election, Luttrell announced his candidacy for the 8th District, which is based in the suburbs and exurbs north of Houston. He says he is running to, “put America first, fight to finish the Wall, stop radical indoctrination in our kids’ classrooms, defend from increasing cyber-security threats, stand with Israel, and protect America from the threat of Russia and China and socialists here at home.”
Luttrell faces a crowded race in the Republican primary. However, the 8th District is deep red, so the candidate who wins the GOP nomination will be the overwhelming favorite to represent the district.
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