The Texas Association of Builders’ HOMEPAC Endorses Dan Branch For Attorney General

AUSTIN – HOMEPAC, on behalf of the Texas Association of Builders — which represents nearly 10,000 members, announced its endorsement of Dan Branch for Attorney General.

“Dan Branch is a defender of free enterprise,” said Robert Wood, Chairman of the HOMEPAC Board of Trustees. “Branch has protected our state’s business climate, making the American Dream of affordable home ownership possible. HOMEPAC is proud to endorse Dan Branch for Attorney General. His distinguished career, which includes over a decade of public service in the Texas House of Representatives, proves his willingness to defend and enforce laws that protect our businesses and strengthen the number one housing economy in the nation.”

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“Millions of Texans have homes because of the Texas Association of Builders and the nearly 10,000 members they represent,” Dan Branch said. “Employing more than 400,000 Texas workers and generating more than $22 billion in annual revenue, home builders, remodelers and land developers throughout Texas work every day to add value to the Texas economy—and to increase our quality of life. I’m thankful for their support.”

Since announcing his candidacy for Texas Attorney General, Dan Branch has received the endorsement of four former Texas Supreme Court Justices, including a former U.S. Attorney General and a former Chief Justice; ten former top deputies to Attorney General Greg Abbott; 13 legal and campaign advisers to U.S. Senator Ted Cruz; eight conservative former U.S. Supreme Court clerks; Federalist Society leaders across Texas; leading law enforcement officers, including the Texas Department of Public Safety Officers Association PAC; the Texas Farm Bureau AGFUND; the Texas Apartment Association; a majority of the Texas House Republican Caucus, including the Tea Party Caucus Chairman; over 125 leaders and members of the Texas Federation of Republican Women; and over 30 young Republican leaders and grassroots activists across Texas.