State Representative Jim Landtroop (R- Plainview) today received two endorsements in his race for the GOP nomination for the reconfigured Texas House District 88.
Landtroop’s campaign says that the redrawn District 85 is a “natural and favorable match for Representative Landtroop”, in that it pairs Landtroop’s Ag Committee and Energy Council experience with a district whose economy features those two industries.
Landtroop’s district has been subject to change due to redistricting by the Texas Legislature during the past session, and the district will be changed to House District 88.
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