Senator Donna Campbell Joins 300 Conservative Leaders, Endorses Glenn Hegar for Comptroller
Austin - The Glenn Hegar Campaign announced today that State Senator Donna Campbell and 300 other grassroots conservative leaders have endorsed Glenn Hegar in his Republican Primary race for Texas State Comptroller.
"Glenn Hegar is without a doubt a courageous conservative," State Senator Donna Campbell said. "As a woman, mother, ER doctor, and proud conservative State Senator, I have seen first hand Glenn's steadfast determination, leadership and convictions. I am proud to join conservatives all across this great state in endorsing Glenn Hear to be our next Texas Comptroller."
Senator Donna Campbell is a double-board certified physician, woman of faith, and proud mother of four daughters who represents the six counties, which make up Senate District 25, stretching from San Antonio to Austin.
"I am thrilled to receive the endorsement of my friend and colleague, Dr. Donna Campbell," Hegar said. "It is encouraging to receive the endorsement of so many grassroots conservative leaders across this state. Together we will work to make Texas a better place for our children and grandchildren."
Senator Donna Campbell and these grassroots activists join a growing list of conservative leaders and organizations to support Glenn Hegar, including: David Barton of WallBuilders, Comptroller Susan Combs, Michael Quinn Sullivan of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Young Conservatives of Texas, Tim Lambert of the Texas Home School Coalition, Elizabeth Graham of Texas Right to Life, Cathie Adams of the Texas Eagle Forum, Carol Everett of the Heidi Group, Kyleen Wright of Texans for Life Coalition, Ann Hettinger, Texas Home School Coalition, Jonathan Saenz of Texas Values, Representative Giovanni Capriglione, Representative Craig Goldman, Representative Stephanie Klick, Representative Matt Krause, Representative Bill Zedler, Representative Van Taylor, Representative Jeff Leach, Representative Jodie Laubenburg, Representative Scott Sanford, Texas Alliance for Life, Dr. Robin Armstrong, National Rifle Association, Half of the State Republican Executive Committee, Rick Green, Michelle Smith of Concerned Women for America.