Brent Hagenbuch Announces for Texas Senate

Brent Hagenbuch Announces for Texas Senate

Current Denton County Republican Chairman and the CEO and owner of Titus Transport, Brent Hagenbuch, officially filed with the Texas Republican Party as a candidate to be the next Texas Senator for Senate District 30 and has retained Blakemore and Associates for the campaign. Recently, incumbent Senator Drew Springer announced he would not seek reelection.

“We have a critical need for a qualified, conservative Republican to step up and represent the citizens of Senate District 30,” Hagenbuch said.

Hagenbuch believes the example set by Donald Trump by bringing a true business approach to government should be followed in Texas. The Texas border, law and order, parents’ rights in schools and a full throttle on oil in Texas are just some of the tasks that would greatly benefit from a business approach.

“My top priority will be the Texas Border. Without question, public safety deserves the full attention of state government. Further, clearing logjams and getting tasks done with conservative management is paramount. Texans deserve to live safely in their homes and need to know liberals will not be able to indoctrinate our children with non-Christian values in public schools,” Hagenbuch said.

Hagenbuch is an engineering graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, earned a master’s in civil engineering from Stanford University and completed a MBA from UCLA. His professional career in business has included being an associate at McKinsey, Director of Planning at Frito Lay, CEO of CompX International and President of Transport Industries. In 2006 Hagenbuch founded Titus Transport and has built the trucking company to a $170 million dollar per year operation.

“As a business owner, I’ve been through both lean and prosperous times. The Lord has placed me in a position to make an impact on north Texas as a Republican County Chairman and by moving to the Texas Senate, I can continue that impact on a larger scale.”

Hagenbuch is a Christian who is strongly pro-life, pro-gun and pro-family. He believes Texas government has a responsibility to enact legislation to protect Texans, defend Texas values, and remove over-burdensome regulation.

“Our State Republican Party establishes legislative priorities and as a Texas Senator, I will champion those priorities,” Hagenbuch concluded.

Brent and his wife are active members of Crossridge Church in Little Elm and his community service includes but is not limited to:

  • Board Director of Feed The Children
  • Advisory Board Member of the UNT Center for Advanced Logistics
  • Little Elm ISD Visionary Committee
  • Former President of North Texas K-Life youth ministry
  • Former Little Elm P&Z commissioner
  • Member of Denton County Republican Veterans Club and the American Legion

Hagenbuch and his wife Jean have two children and three grandchildren.