Angela Paxton moving quickly to build relationships across North Texas

Chances are you will run into Angela Paxton if you live in Collin County.

She has been spotted meeting with local leaders in Allen, Frisco, McKinney and Plano, and she will be working her way around until the next election day as she runs for Texas State Senate.

Congressman Sam Johnson and Angela Paxton

Congressman Sam Johnson: “As a long time and dedicated member of our community, Angela Paxton has never backed away from championing the conservative cause with grace and courage. A fierce and proven warrior for the values that we hold dear – faith, freedom, and family – I am honored to call Angela a true friend, a sister in Christ, and an asset to the community.”

Angela Paxton said: “I don’t know anyone who has personally sacrificed more to protect our freedoms than Sam Johnson. Like so many, I’m honored to know and respect this great man. But to be known so kindly in return is a treasure hard to express. Thank you, Congressman Sam Johnson, for your service and for your confidence in me.”

Angela Paxton gathering with local State Reps: Scott Sanford, Matt Shaheen and Jeff Leach.

Scott Sanford, Angela Paxton, Matt Shaheen and Jeff Leach

Been there … Asian Republican Club of North Texas … Collin County Lincoln Society … Republican Club at Heritage Ranch … DFWPAC picnic … Collin County Young Republicans …Greater North Texas Republican Women … Empower Texans … Collin County GOP executive meeting … Stay tuned …

Here’s one of her first announcements …

CollinCountyMagazine.com never endorses candidates. This story is reporting Paxton has picked up the endorsements of  county commissioners Susan Fletcher, Chris Hill, Duncan Webb and Cheryl Williams along with State Representatives Jodie Laubenberg, Leach, Sanford and Shaheen.

 

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