Momentum continues to build for conservative candidate Chris Ekstrom as he campaigns across North Texas and the panhandle to represent the 13th Congressional District in Congress.

On Thursday, Ekstrom secured another strong endorsement—that of House Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs.

“There’s a reason that conservatives are rallying around Chris Ekstrom’s campaign: because he is the real deal,” stated Chairman Biggs. “Ekstrom is a successful businessman and courageous conservative who has a proven track record of fighting for our values. If you want more conservatives in Washington to support President Trump, build the wall, and reign in spending, then I urge you to vote for Chris Ekstrom. I strongly endorse him and look forward to working to make sure he’s elected.”

Ekstrom characterized Biggs’s support as a “powerhouse endorsement.”

“Chairman Biggs and the Freedom Caucus are leading the charge to defend President Trump and bring sanity to Washington’s out-of-control spending,” added Ekstrom. ”It’s truly an honor to have Chairman Biggs on our team, and make no mistake—this is a powerhouse endorsement. I have been vocal about my intention to join the House Freedom Caucus if elected because I share their values.”

“Whether it’s building the wall, standing firm on spending, or fighting the socialists to defend our president, Chairman Biggs has shown he’s not afraid of fighting for what’s right, and that’s exactly what we need more of in Washington D.C. As we head into the final stretch of the campaign, our team is excited about the momentum and support we have from our fellow conservatives,” he added.

Texans for Fiscal Responsibility endorsed Ekstrom earlier this week. He has also been endorsed by the Club for Growth, Texas Right to Life, and U.S. Congressmen Ron Wright (TX) and Mo Brooks (AL).

Cary Cheshire

Cary Cheshire is the executive director of Texans for Strong Borders, a no-compromise non-profit dedicated to restoring security and sovereignty to the citizens of the Lone Star State. For more information visit