Lt. Governor Dan Patrick Election Night Statement


Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick Election Night Statement

HOUSTON, TX – “It has been a long election night in Texas, but the conservative majority has once again chosen statewide leaders who are committed to making sure that Texas remains the job creator for the nation and an economic engine for the world. As I have said throughout this campaign, Texans do not want to turn our state into California — we don’t want open borders, more abortion and higher taxes. We lost some great senators tonight — Konni Burton and Don Huffines, but we gained three new strong conservative senators, Angela Paxton, Pat Fallon and Pete Flores. I am anxious to get back to work for for the people of Texas and I am thankful and humbled by their support.”

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Dan Patrick13 hours ago
188 years ago, Texan forces, led by General Sam Houston, achieved a decisive victory over Mexican troops in the Battle of San Jacinto. This battle marked a pivotal moment in Texas history, securing our independence from Mexico. Join me this San Jacinto Day in remembering the bravery and sacrifices of those who fought for freedom. God bless Texas!
Dan Patrick
Dan Patrick15 hours ago
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Dan Patrick2 days ago
At the Texas HomeSchool Conventions with Brent Hagenbuch.

President Trump, Gov. Abbott, Sid Miller, Senators Bob Hall, Phil King, Tan Parker, and many others support Brent for our open Senate seat in SD 30. Current Senator Drew Springer retired and is supporting Brent as well.

Be sure to vote for Brent HagenbuchTX, Naval Academy grad, three tours overseas, businessman, Christian conservative, MAGA supporter for SD 30.