Hagenbuch Campaign Beats Back Litigious Opponent

Hagenbuch Campaign Beats Back Litigious Opponent

DENTON TX – Brent Hagenbuch, conservative Republican candidate for Texas Senate District 30, the seat being left vacant by the announced retirement of Senator Drew Springer, released the following statement:

“Our political opponents will do and say anything to try to stop the incredible momentum our campaign is attracting – endorsements from Abbott, Patrick, Perry, five State Senators, major pro-life and pro-family organizations, and a host of local officials and Party leaders,” said Allen Blakemore, spokesman for the Hagenbuch campaign. “Brent Hagenbuch is a legal resident of Senate District 30.

“Our political opponents know they can’t win with the voters, so they threw a hail Mary pass at the courthouse in Denton County. Team Hagenbuch intercepted the ball and are back running down field, heading for a touchdown. Attempts to have Hagenbuch declared ineligible today fell short.

“The campaign has attracted incredible momentum in the past few weeks. Endorsements from Governor Abbott, Lt. Governor Patrick, former Governor Perry, five State Senators, major pro-life and pro-family organizations, business leaders, and a host of local officials and Party leaders know that Brent Hagenbuch is simply the best candidate to represent the people of SD30.

“The opposition knows they can’t win with the voters so they’re trying to win at the courthouse. The will of the voters cannot be subverted by a litigious candidate,” Blakemore concluded.