The latest round of endorsements come just a few weeks after a challenger to House Speaker Dade Phelan received Trump’s endorsement.
Frazier has been under public scrutiny after pleading guilty to criminal mischief and no contest to two counts of attempted impersonation of a public servant.
Paxton says defeating Phelan will change the trajectory of the state.
The lieutenant governor has previously said he generally does not get involved in House races.
Brent Hagenbuch—who has been challenged by the other candidates for allegedly not living in the district—did not show up to the event.
The Republican House member criticized Donald Trump in a recent interview, saying he prefers politicians like Nikki Haley and Marco Rubio.
Chapa says Texans “need less government in our lives and that’s why I’m running—to give the citizens of House District 20 a better choice.”
Holland has drawn the ire of conservatives with a series of high profile votes in contradiction to the party’s priorities this year.
Each of the 21 Republicans who voted against school choice are either leaving the legislature or facing intraparty opposition.
Brent Hagenbuch, Cody Clark, Jace Yarborough, and Carrie de Moor will face off in the March primary.
Jackson Lee is currently facing a primary challenge from former Houston City Council member Amanda Edwards.
Whitmire faced fellow Democrat Shelia Jackson Lee in the runoff.
Luther also faced off with Smith in the 2022 Republican primary.
Toni Anne Dashiell has been a strong supporter of RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel.
State Representatives Travis Clardy and Drew Darby are the governor’s latest anti-school choice targets.
Organizers of the group are planning to spend millions during the 2024 U.S. Senate election in an attempt to replace Cruz.
Shilo Platts is the first candidate to announce a campaign in Phelan’s House district.
Despite low support for Nikki Haley’s presidential campaign, she plans to visit three Texas cities.
Andy Hopper will again challenge incumbent State Rep. Lynn Stucky in 2024.
Seven potential candidates are already planning to run for the seat left vacant by Bryan Slaton’s expulsion.
Only 24 percent of GOP voters say they would vote for Phelan over a conservative challenger.
DeSantis will contend with Nikki Haley, Tim Scott, and former U.S. President Donald Trump in what is expected to be a bloody GOP primary.
The latest entrant into the GOP presidential race has virtually no support among Texas Republicans.
The Democrat congressman is challenging Ted Cruz for the U.S. Senate.
“Every race is a choice between conservative values and leftist progressive values.” — Rolando Garcia