October 05, 2023


AUSTIN, TX — Texas Alliance for Life has released its first round of endorsements for the Primary Elections (March 5, 2024). This round focuses on incumbents running for statewide offices, U.S. Representative, State Senate, and State Representative.

“We proudly endorse these candidates for office,” said Joe Pojman, Ph.D., Texas Alliance for Life’s executive director. “These individuals have faithfully acted to protect innocent human life and have earned our trust and the trust of voters.”

We have also released an endorsement for Jill Dutton in the Special Election to fill a vacancy in State House District 2 on November 7, 2023.

More endorsements will be released in upcoming weeks and months.

PRIMARY ELECTION (March 5, 2024)

Statewide Offices

U.S. Senator: Ted Cruz
Railroad Commissioner: Christi Craddick
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Pl. 4: John Devine
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals: Sharon Keller
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Pl. 7: Barbara Hervey
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Pl. 8: Michelle Slaughter

U.S. Representatives

District 1: Nathaniel Moran
District 2: Dan Crenshaw
District 3: Keith Self
District 4: Pat Fallon
District 5: Lance Gooden
District 6: Jake Ellzey
District 8: Morgan Luttrell
District 10: Michael McCaul
District 11: August Pfluger
District 12: Kay Granger
District 13: Ronny Jackson
District 14: Randy Weber
District 15: Monica De La Cruz
District 17: Pete Sessions
District 19: Jodey Arrington
District 21: Chip Roy
District 22: Troy Nehls
District 23: Tony Gonzales
District 24: Beth Van Duyne
District 25: Roger Williams
District 26: Michael Burgess
District 27: Michael Cloud
District 31: John Carter
District 36: Brian Babin
District 38: Wesley Hunt

State Senators

District 7: Paul Bettencourt
District 8: Angela Paxton
District 10: Phil King
District 12: Tan Parker
District 17: Joan Huffman
District 25: Donna Campbell
District 30: Drew Springer

State Representatives

District 1: Gary VanDeaver
District 3: Cecil Bell Jr.
District 4: Gregory “Keith” Bell
District 5: Cole Hefner
District 7: Jay Dean
District 8: Cody Harris
District 9: Trent Ashby
District 11: Travis Clardy
District 12: Kyle Kacal
District 13: Angelia Orr
District 16: Will Metcalf
District 17: Stan Gerdes
District 18: Ernest Bailes
District 19: Ellen Troxclair
District 20: Terry Wilson
District 21: Dade Phelan
District 24: Greg Bonnen
District 25: Cody Vasut
District 26: Jacey Jetton
District 28: Gary Gates
District 30: Geanie Morrison
District 31: Ryan Guillen
District 32: Todd Hunter
District 33: Justin Holland
District 37: Janie Lopez
District 43: J.M. Lozano
District 44: John Kuempel
District 52: Caroline Harris
District 53: Andrew S. Murr
District 54: Brad Buckley
District 55: Hugh Shine
District 57: Richard Hayes
District 58: DeWayne Burns
District 59: Shelby Slawson
District 60: Glenn Rogers
District 61: Frederick Frazier
District 62: Reginald “Reggie” Smith
District 63: Ben Bumgarner
District 64: Lynn Stucky
District 65: Kronda Thimesch
District 66: Matt Shaheen
District 67: Jeff Leach
District 68: David Spiller
District 69: James Frank
District 71: Stan Lambert
District 72: Drew Darby
District 73: Carrie Isaac
District 81: Brooks Landgraf
District 82: Tom Craddick
District 83: Dustin Burrows
District 84: Carl Tepper
District 85: Stan Kitzman
District 86: John Smithee
District 88: Ken King
District 89: Candy Noble
District 91: Stephanie Klick
District 93: Nate Schatzline
District 96: David Cook
District 97:  Craig Goldman
District 98: Giovanni Capriglione
District 99: Charlie Geren
District 106: Jared Patterson
District 108: Morgan Meyer
District 112: Angie Chen Button
District 118: John Lujan
District 121: Stephen Allison
District 122: Mark Dorazio
District 126: Sam Harless
District 127: Charles Cunningham
District 128: Briscoe Cain
District 129: Dennis Paul
District 130: Tom Oliverson
District 132: Mike Schofield
District 133: Mano DeAyala
District 138: Lacey Hull
District 150: Valoree Swanson


District 2: Jill Dutton


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