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.
Texas Eagle Forum's mission is to enable conservative and pro-family men and women to participate in the process of self-government and public policy-making so that America will continue to be a land that promotes individual liberty, respect for family integrity, public and private virtue, and private enterprise.
Brooks Landgraf, born and raised in Odessa, is a lawyer, rancher and civic leader. Landgraf serves on the Midland-Odessa Transportation Alliance board of directors, the Education Foundation board of directors, and the John Ben Shepperd Leadership Institute advisory council. A proud Eagle Scout, Brooks has also been a leader in the Boy Scouts of America, and a member of the state advisory council of YMCA Youth & Government. Landgraf continues to mentor young adults through the Odessa Teen Court program. He serves as chief counsel at Medical Center Health System.
Landgraf and his wife Shelby are proud to call West Texas their home. They attend St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Odessa.