Denton County Law Enforcement Leaders Endorse Jared Patterson
(Denton, TX) Today, law enforcement leaders in Denton County including Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree, announced their endorsement and support of Jared Patterson, who is running for the seat being vacated by Pat Fallon in the Texas House of Representatives.
“We need to make sure Pat Fallon is replaced with a committed conservative who is ready to stand for the people of Denton County, not the special interests in Austin. This is why I support Jared Patterson for State Representative,” said Sheriff Murphree.
The announcement from Sheriff Tracy Murphree matched similar endorsements for Patterson from two Denton County Constables, Doug Boydston and Mike Truitt.
“With three generations of law enforcement in my family, I am incredibly honored to have Sheriff Murphree, Constable Boydston and Constable Truitt’s support.” said Patterson. “I’m proud to have them join our team as we spread our conservative message throughout House District 106.”
Patterson has been a lifelong conservative activist and is a former precinct chairman, former city board member, former city councilman and has served as a delegate to the Republican State Convention three times. He and his wife, Leslie, have three children and reside in Frisco, Texas.
Jared Patterson is running for the Republican nomination in Texas House District 106, which covers part or all of the cities of The Colony, Frisco, Little Elm, Prosper, Oak Point, Cross Roads, Krugerville, Aubrey, Pilot Point and Sanger in east/northeast Denton County. The Republican Primary is on March 6, 2018 and the general election is on November 6, 2018. There are 150 members of the Texas State House, elected to two-year terms.