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 THLN Announces Endorsements in the 2022 Primary Election

 THLN endorses candidates who have proven to be animal welfare advocates.

AUSTIN, Texas — This week, the Texas Humane Legislation Network (THLN) released their list of endorsements for the 2022 Primary Election in Texas.

THLN endorses candidates based on their overall voting record and platform, performance on animal protection issues as an incumbent, and their previous animal welfare record at the local level. Since 1975, THLN has passed essential legislation improving the lives of Texas animals, always with the support and dedication of key elected officials. The list of endorsements demonstrates who THLN believes will fight the hardest for Texas animals in the 2023 legislative session and beyond.

“We strongly believe that animal welfare issues are nonpartisan and endorse both Republican and Democratic candidates who have proven they care about the welfare of Texas animals,” said Stacy Sutton Kerby, Director of Government Relations for THLN. “We encourage Texas voters who care deeply about animal issues to consider our endorsements because without these advocates back in the Capitol in 2023, it will be much harder to pass animal welfare laws,” finished Kerby.

THLN’s 2022 Primary Election endorsements are as follows: 

Texas Senate
John Whitmire (D-SD 15)
Phil King (R-SD 10)
Tan Parker (R-SD 12)

Texas House
Ron Reynolds (D-HD 27)
Erin Zwiener (D-HD 45)
James Talarico (D-HD 50)
Glenn Rogers (R-HD 60)
Lynn Stucky (R-HD 64)
Jeff Leach (R-HD 67)
Mary González (D-HD 75)
Claudia Ordaz Perez (D-HD 79)
Giovanni Capriglione (R-HD 98)
Rhetta Bowers (D-HD 113)
Greg Travis (R-HD 133)
Lacey Hull (R-HD 138)


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