Brent Hagenbuch is the conservative candidate for Texas Senate, District 30 in north Texas. Brent is a committed Christian, business and community leader, veteran, and Republican activist.

Brent Hagenbuch is CEO and Owner of Titus Transport, a $170 million a year leader in transportation services with 750 drivers delivering to 1,500 grocery stores across the country for large retail food chains. He is also the owner of Giddy Up Transport, a rapidly growing freight logistics firm. Brent’s professional background also includes strategy and general management roles at McKinsey & Company and PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division as well as CEO of CompX.

He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, a MS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University, and an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.

Brent knows that Texas remains the place that all America used to be. He will fight the woke cultural decline infecting corporate and government institutions, support law enforcement, and maintain Texas’ commitment to border security. He is a fiscal conservative who will support smaller government but understands the need to invest in our future across education and infrastructure.

Hagenbuch served as an officer in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps during the first Gulf War era as a Company Commander in Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4, as Officer in Charge of Construction at Concord Naval Weapons Station, and an instructor at the Civil Engineer Corps Officers School.

Brent’s extensive community service includes: Board Director of Feed the Children, Member of UNT’s Logistics Institute Advisory Board, LEISD Visionary Committee member, former Chairman of the Board of Amazon Christian Mission, former President of the North Texas Chapter of K-Life youth ministry and former Little Elm City Planning & Zoning Commissioner.

Elected as Chairman of the Denton County Republican Party in 2021, Brent focused his efforts on keeping Denton County RED by increasing the Republican vote, engaging candidates, and empowering the grassroots.

Brent has a beautiful family including Jean, his wife and partner of 39 years who is a former schoolteacher, son Adam who holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon and appears regularly in popular TV programs, daughter Nicole who is studying for a master’s degree at UNT, and three grandchildren. The Hagenbuchs are active at Crossridge Church in Little Elm.

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