Jared Patterson Campaign Announces Super-Majority Support From In-District GOP Precinct Chairs

By November 1, 2017 November 6th, 2017 Campaign News

Jared Patterson Campaign Announces Super-Majority Support From
In-District GOP Precinct Chairs

(Frisco, TX) Wednesday, the Jared Patterson for State Representative Campaign announced support from a super-majority of Republican Precinct Chairs in House District 106.  A Precinct Chair is the local representative of the Republican Party at the grassroots level in each voting precinct.

Public endorsements were made by the following Denton County GOP Precinct Chairs within House District 106:

Dody Brigadier, Frisco
Mike Thompson, Krugerville
Chuck Wright, Frisco
Sylvia Acuff, Little Elm
Sharon Jones, The Colony
Ian Grazulis, Frisco
Timothy Curtiss, Little Elm
Michael Jones, Frisco
Rick Muse, The Colony
Corey Lynn Haughton, Pilot Point
Cassie Weaver, Little Elm
Roy Winegar, The Colony 
Connie Hudson, The Colony
Kate Craig, Little Elm
Terri Lowery, Little Elm
Jack Dinsmore, Frisco

The announcement comes nearly a month after the public endorsements of Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree and Denton County Constables Michael Truitt and Doug Boydston.

“This wide range of support from grassroots leaders throughout the district is quite humbling.” Patterson said.  “I appreciate the faith they’ve shown in me and I can’t wait to get down to Austin to fight for our shared conservative values.”

Patterson has been a lifelong conservative activist and is a former precinct chairman, 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, Oak Point, Cross Roads, Krugerville, Aubrey, Pilot Point, Celina, Prosper, Providence Village, Hackberry 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.

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