• September 27, 2020

The Alamo Cenotaph Stays Inside the Battle Walls!

The Alamo Cenotaph Stays Inside the Battle Walls!

1024 536 Dan Patrick, Lieutenant Governor

The Alamo Cenotaph Will Remain in Place!

The Texas Historical Commission voted against moving the Alamo Cenotaph out of the battle walls of the Alamo on Tuesday. This is critically important for every Texas patriot who cares about our history.  I made this video montage, which includes some of my testimony and additional information about what was on the line at the THC on Tuesday.

Here’s my official statement on the vote. If you would like to listen to my entire testimony before the THC, please click here.

Keynote at the Downtown Rotary Club of Houston Luncheon

I was proud to address the Downtown Rotary Club of Houston on Thursday at their Unapologetically American Day Luncheon, followed by a great Q&A session with attendees. Thanks for having me!

ICYMI This Terrific Campaign Ad – Texas Reloaded

Congressional candidates Dan Crenshaw, Wesley Hunt, Genevieve Collins, Beth Van Duyne, Tony Gonzales and August Pfluger. Makes you very proud to be a Texas Republican!

Mark Your Calendars & Watch the Presidential Debate

On Tuesday, September 29th, President Trump will take the stage for the first Presidential Debate. The election is only 36 days away, and so much is at stake. The outcome of this election will determine the direction of our country for decades — make sure to tune in and show your support so we can secure Four More Years of President Trump!

The countdown to November 3rd has officially begun.  Be sure to confirm your voter registration status and mark your calendars with these key election dates. We all must do everything we can to Keep Texas Red and Keep America Great!

Please continue to keep our state and our nation in your prayers. Pray for the families who have lost loved ones to coronavirus and for our heroic health care workers. And, as always, keep our law enforcement officers in your prayers. May God bless you and your family, and may He continue to bless the greatest state of all—Texas.

Sincerely,
Dan Patrick

Dan Patrick
Lieutenant Governor of Texas