Cruz breaks from Gov. Abbott’s endorsee, incumbent Glenn Rogers.
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Frustration among conservatives hits a fever pitch after Abbott’s endorsement of a liberal candidate this weekend.
The former Texas House Speaker announced his support of HD 60 candidate Glenn Rogers in a Twitter post on Monday.
Francis earned first place in the March GOP primary but fell short of an outright victory due to other candidates in the race. As a result, it’s a battle between him and Rogers for the seat.
Shortly after the race was called, SoRelle offered her endorsement for Francis in a Facebook post.
The move is part of a national spending spree by Everytown that aims to spend at least $60 million, more than double what it spent in the 2018 midterm elections.
Despite overwhelming support by Texas Republicans to get rid of the practice, one Republican candidate is actively campaigning for it.
A small businessman and longtime activist, Francis sat on or chaired the board of directors for national conservative organizations like Live Action and PragerU.