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Lt. Governor Dan Patrick Endorsed by San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick Endorsed by San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association
“Lt. Governor Patrick has worked tirelessly to make sure the selfless work done by
Texas first responders is properly recognized and that they are equipped with the tools
and protections they need to best serve all Texans.”

HOUSTON, TX – Lt. Governor Dan Patrick announced today that he has been endorsed by the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association. In making the endorsement, Chris Steele, San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association President, said:

“During Lt. Governor Patrick’s time in the state legislature, he has worked tirelessly to make sure the selfless work done by Texas first responders is properly recognized and that they are equipped with the tools and protections they need to best serve all Texans.

“Dan Patrick is the ‘9-1-1 of the Texas Senate.’ You can always count on Dan’s word. If he told us something was wrong, it was wrong. If he told us he would fix it, he fixed it. Dan is like the 9-1-1 of the State Senate because he can always be counted on to show up and not leave until the emergency is resolved. No matter how thick the smoke or how intense the heat, Dan Patrick has always placed the safety of Texans first.

“Lt. Governor Dan Patrick is a man of good character, a straight shooter, and has the ability to get the job done. He is not afraid to take on the tough issues and shows true leadership while putting politics aside and speaking to facts. San Antonio Firefighters proudly stand with and endorse Dan Patrick for Lt. Governor of the Great State of Texas.”

For more information about Texans for Dan Patrick go to DanPatrick.org.

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FROM DAN PATRICK

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