The following statements were issued today regarding Empower Texans president, Ross Kecseg, who is taking a temporary leave of absence.

Ross Kecseg announced:

Ross Kecseg

“As my friends and family know, the last twelve months have been a roller coaster for my health as I have battled cancer. Thanks to great physicians at both the Mayo Clinic and here in Texas, I am on the road to recovery – even if it is occasionally bumpy. The Empower Texans team has covered for me on the various stretches of this journey, for which I am incredibly grateful, and that has allowed me to make a lot of progress. I cannot say enough how much it means to me, my wife, and son to know we have been covered in prayers, love, and support from the Empower Texans staff, our colleagues in the conservative movement, and the grassroots leaders we serve. As I enter this next phase of recovery, I’m going to take the opportunity to downshift, rest up, and strengthen for the fights ahead to expand liberty in Texas.”

Empower Texans CEO Michael Quinn Sullivan added:

“Ross has been a source of unbridled optimism. In the face of this adversity, Ross’ typically cheerful personality been magnified – demonstrating his character and the strength of his faith. Ross’ temporary leave of absence from his daily work will allow him and his family to focus on rebuilding his strength. We ask our friends, supporters, and fellow Texans to join us in praying for Ross and his speedy recovery!”

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