Former Texas State Sen. Don Huffines, who is challenging Governor Greg Abbott in the 2022 Republican primary, announced his first statewide ad campaign in a press release Monday:
“DALLAS, TX, December 6, 2021— On Monday, the Don Huffines campaign launched its first statewide ad campaign. The ad, which can be viewed here, highlights Huffines’s conservative record and lists some of his priorities, which include stopping the invasion at the Texas Border and protecting unvaccinated Texans from losing their jobs to unconstitutional vaccine mandates.
The Huffines campaign has experienced a surge of support from conservative Republicans in Texas and expects this television ad to continue that growth.
Huffines issued the following statement:
‘We have made so much progress since launching this campaign, and I am excited to enter this next stage. Everywhere I go, supporters tell me how much our message resonates with their families and neighbors. With this ad campaign, I am confident that our platform will be met with enthusiasm from thousands of Texans hearing of our campaign for the first time.‘
Huffines further added:
‘I want to express my gratitude to the grassroots activists that have done so much to spread our message. This race is a referendum on the RINO politics that have dominated our state for so long, and these patriotic Texans have proved that the establishment’s advantage can’t overcome the passion and dedication of the people of Texas. I promise that when I am governor, I will fight as hard for them as they are fighting for me.‘
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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