AUSTIN – Today, the Associated General Contractors of Texas AGC of Texas PAC
(AGC of Texas PAC) teamed up with Speaker Dade Phelan to support State Rep. Brooks Landgraf (R-Odessa) in his race for House District 81.
AGC of Texas PAC is contributing $10,000 to Rep. Landgraf’s campaign, and Speaker Phelan is matching AGC of Texas PAC’s contribution for a combined total of $20,000.
“Brooks Landgraf has demonstrated an unmatched zeal for representing the values of House District 81 and West Texas,” said Speaker Dade Phelan. “Brooks has been instrumental in helping improve roads, schools, and the way of life for West Texans. He is also an advocate for the oil and gas industry in the Permian Basin. Brooks is a proven leader in the Texas House, and his work as Chairman of the Environmental Regulation Committee has had a positive impact on businesses and jobs across the state. I am proud to support Brooks in his re-election to HD 81.”
“Brooks Landgraf has been a steadfast champion for safe and reliable infrastructure in West Texas. No one has worked harder to ensure West Texas has the tools needed to keep up with the growing demand on our energy sector roads and bridges,” said AGC of Texas President Elect Stacey Bryant (Jones Brothers Dirt and Paving Contractors). “Rep. Landgraf has worked tirelessly to support critically needed transportation infrastructure in Texas, and the tens of thousands of jobs the construction industry provides for hard working Texans. AGC of Texas is proud to support Brooks Landgraf and looks forward to having him continue to serve in the Texas House of Representatives.”
About Associated General Contractors AGC of Texas PAC
The Associated General Contractors of Texas AGC of Texas PAC serves as the political voice for AGC of Texas members. As an advocate for safe and reliable civil and transportation infrastructure, AGC of Texas PAC supports candidates who support the interests of the AGC of Texas.
About The Associated General Contractors of Texas
AGC of Texas is an organization comprised of over 700 member companies across the state and one of the more than 32,000 networking firms comprising the Associated General Contractors of America. AGC of Texas member companies specialize in the construction and maintenance of state, city, and county roads as well as civil projects such as airports, bridges, dams, and municipal utilities. AGC of Texas was originally founded in 1924, making it one of the oldest trade associations in the nation.