Appeals Court Sides With Hagenbuch

Appeals Court Sides With Hagenbuch

Brent Hagenbuch is the conservative Republican candidate for Texas Senate District 30, the seat being left vacant by the announced retirement of Senator Drew Springer. His campaign released the following statement today:

“Brent Hagenbuch’s opponents, who have spent weeks trying to get a court to deprive the voters of a choice, were delt a stinging defeat late yesterday. In a unanimous opinion from the Second Court of Appeals, Jace Yarbrough’s frivolous claim was cast into the wastebin of history,” said Allen Blakemore, spokesman for the Brent Hagenbuch Campaign.

The Court wrote:
The court has considered relator Jace Yarbrough’s petition for writ of mandamus, relator’s supplement to his petition for writ of mandamus, and real party in interest Brent Allison Hagenbuch’s response to relator’s petition for writ of mandamus and is of the opinion that relief should be denied. Accordingly, relator’s petition for writ of mandamus is denied.
Per Curiam

“Unlike Courts in Colorado and Maine, Texas judges and Texas law favors the rights of voters to have a choice in who they elect to represent them in Austin. Brent Hagenbuch continues to campaign across the district and gain traction at every stop.

“State leaders like Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and local leaders including Sheriffs and Mayors across the district are endorsing Brent Hagenbuch. They know he is the right person to represent this district in the Texas Senate,” concluded Blakemore.