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Jake Ellzey Wins Race for Texas Seat
State Representative Jake Ellzey defeated Susan Wright in a special runoff election for a U.S. House seat in Texas’ Sixth District, winning over 50 percent of the vote, and will now join the second-largest congressional delegation behind California.
I’m sure that there’s going to be a lot of political scientists looking at the various aspects of this campaign for a long time to come based on the personalities involved and the way that the campaigns were run. And so that’s for other people to worry about. You know, what I’m worried about now is in the next few days, taking the oath of office in Washington, D.C., and doing the work for the people of the Sixth District of Texas. Endorsements are great. I had Rick Perry, I had Dan Crenshaw, Marcus and Morgan Luttrell, our local leaders, and a serious number of state representatives. So all endorsements are great. She should be grateful for the endorsement of President Trump. But at the end of the day, it’s the candidates who are going to be standing on the floor of the House of Representatives. And that comes down to the candidates and the kind of the campaigns that they run. I often say that I’m a Reagan Republican. I have the bright view for our country that morning is on its way. And let’s restore the beauty and the greatness of this country as a United States of America.
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