Thank You


Thank you to the voters of West Texas, our tireless supporters and loving family for your role in the electoral process over the last eleven months! Our victory would have been impossible without you all, and our gratitude knows no bounds. I'm ready to serve you, and roll up my sleeves to work for the future of this great state. God bless Texas!

Thank You!


I am honored to answer the call to serve the people of West Texas in the Texas House of Representatives!

Our victory would have been impossible without the unconditional love of family, the hard work of volunteers and the active participation of the voters! Shelby and I thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.

Our work to be a strong voice begins now. May God bless Texas!

Respectfully yours,

Brooks Landgraf


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Landgraf’s Conservative Credibility Bolstered by Coveted Pair of Endorsements

ODESSA – Brooks Landgraf, Republican candidate for State Representative in House District 81, announced Monday that he received coveted endorsements from the Conservative Republicans of Texas and Cathie Adams, President of the Texas Eagle Forum. Election Day is Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
“Our campaign is rapidly gaining momentum,” stated Landgraf. “With endorsements from Texas’s conservative leaders and the personal endorsements from West Texas voters, broad support is coming in every day and from every county in the district because I am the genuine conservative choice,” Landgraf said.
The Conservative Republicans of Texas is an organization committed to supporting outstanding legislative candidates who will fight for fiscal discipline and free enterprise economic policies in our government.
“Brooks Landgraf has the right experience combined with upright character to be the next State Representative representing the wonderful people in West Texas,” stated Cathie Adams, President of Texas Eagle Forum and former Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. “Brooks understands the slippery slope being laid by Obamacare, and he has the integrity to defend innocent life according to God's plan. His experience working for a congressman dealing with the critical issues facing Texas' energy industry is most needed in Austin to keep our economy strong. I ask my friends in House District 81 to vote for Brooks Landgraf for State Representative,” Adams concluded.
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Local Attorney, Rancher Files for Open State Representative District 81 Seat

ODESSA, TX – Brooks Landgraf, a fourth generation West Texan and local attorney, announces that he is running for State Representative in District 81. Landgraf is seeking the open seat’s Republican nomination in the upcoming Primary election on March 4, 2014.

Landgraf looks forward to the opportunity to continue carrying on the strong values of West Texas while bringing a new conservative energy to the state capitol.

“I am committed to our time-honored West Texas principles of freedom, self-reliance and integrity,” Landgraf stated. “On top of that, I possess a new conservative energy and I will boldly represent our values to build a stronger region and Lone Star state for current and future generations.”

Brooks Landgraf's new conservative energy will be a strong voice for West Texas. Landgraf is a native son of Odessa whose family has been ranching in West Texas for five generations. Brooks helps manage his family's cow-calf operation and mineral interests; he knows first-hand what it takes for a small business to make payroll and the damaging impact over-regulation can have on our economy. Landgraf is also an experienced business lawyer who has worked in the oil and gas and health care industries.

“I feel called to serve our region and I put our community first,” Landgraf explained. “I have the experience and the energy to fight for this district and advocate for the needs of my fellow West Texans.”

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