ODESSA - Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick joined State Rep. Brooks Landgraf on Tuesday to speak with business and community leaders in Odessa about propositions to amend the Texas Constitution on the November ballot. Patrick accepted Landgraf’s invitation to visit the Permian Basin.
"We’re excited to have Lt. Gov. Patrick here in the Permian Basin,” Landgraf said. “He has demonstrated conservative leadership in the Texas Senate, and has also proven himself to be an ally of West Texas and the energy industry. Dan Patrick is a friend of mine, and I look forward to working with him in the next legislative session to make Texas an even better place to live, work and raise a family.”
State Representative Brooks Landgraf was elected in 2014 to serve House District 81, which encompasses Andrews, Ector, Ward, and Winkler Counties. Landgraf resides in his hometown of Odessa with his wife, Shelby, and their daughter, Hollis Rose. He works as a cattle rancher and practices law at the firm of Todd, Barron, Thomason, Hudman & Baxter, P.C. in Odessa. An Eagle Scout, Landgraf is also active in several local non-profits.