Cathie Adams Endorses Bob Hall for Texas State Senate District 2

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Texas Conservative Digest 2016 Endorsements
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Contact: Renee Marler
Phone: 214-592-7512
Email: renee@politicalgravity.com
 
Texans for Bob Hall
Bob Hall, Treasurer
PO Box 513 Canton, Texas 75103
www.votebobhall.com

 

Cathie Adams endorses Bob Hall for State Senate, District 2

(Canton, Texas) – Edgewood resident, Bob Hall, earned a key supporter in his race for State Senate in District 2, which includes portions of Dallas, Kaufman, Van Zandt, Hunt, Rockwall, Delta, Fannin, Rains and Hopkins Counties.

Cathie Adams, President of Texas Eagle Forum and former Republican Party of Texas Chairman, has publicly endorsed Hall and his candidacy to unseat the incumbent, Bob Deuell.

Adams said, “Bob Hall is uniquely qualified to be an advocate for smaller government and lower taxes. After a successful career in the corporate world, Bob started a family business where he has endured unnecessary regulations and excessive taxes. As an Air Force veteran, Bob was a leader among leaders in defense of the U.S. Constitution and our Founders’ conservative principles. Texas voters would be privileged to have Bob Hall as their State Senator. I invite you to join me in supporting him.” On receiving the endorsement, Hall said, “I have long admired Cathie Adams and am honored to have the support of such a well-respected leader who realizes the responsibility that we, as TRUE constitutional conservatives, have to protect individual liberty, respect for family integrity and private enterprise.” Bob and his wife Kay live at Tailwind Airpark in Edgewood, Texas. They are members of Lakeside Baptist Church in Canton, Texas. Visit www.VoteBobHall.com for more information on Mr. Hall or his campaign.

Cathie Adams is President of the Texas Eagle Forum. She also serves on the board of the national Eagle Forum and as its “International Issues” chairman (www.eagleforum.org). She was elected chairman of the Republican Party of Texas in 2009 and was named by Campaigns and Elections magazine’s August 2010 issue as one of the top 50 Republican influencers in Texas.

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