Former Governor Rick Perry Endorses Dr. Glenn Rogers
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Former Governor and Trump Energy Secretary Endorses Conservative Republican Rancher
(GRAFORD, TEXAS) – Today, former Texas Governor and Energy Secretary under President Trump, Rick Perry, endorsed conservative republican Dr. Glenn Rogers for re-election to Texas House District 60.
“During the legislative session, Glenn Rogers was a conservative champion and fought to secure our elections, invest $2.8 billion in border security, pass constitutional carry, and protect innocent life by banning abortion after the detection of an unborn child’s heartbeat. I’ve known Glenn Rogers since my days serving as a state representative from the same area, and this long, personal relationship and his conservative record give me confidence in his ability to continue to represent the people of Parker, Palo Pinto, and Stephens counties in the Legislature,” said Perry.
“As a rancher and veterinarian, local school board member, county Farm Bureau leader, Aggie, and now as state representative, Dr. Rogers embodies the conservative values and work ethic this area needs in the Texas House. I am proud to endorse Dr. Glenn Rogers for re-election as state representative,” Perry said.
“I am humbled and grateful to receive the endorsement of my good friend and former Governor Rick Perry,” said Dr. Rogers. “His long tenure of service to Texas, his commitment to conservative values and policies, and his background make his endorsement meaningful. I’m proud to earn Governor Perry’s endorsement,” Dr. Rogers said.
Dr. Rogers is a veterinarian and owns and operates Holt River Ranch in Palo Pinto County. He resides in Graford with his wife, Mandy. They have three daughters, Meg, Ginny, and Leah; one son, Ben, and five grandchildren. Glenn and Mandy are longtime members of the Methodist Church.
In the upcoming 2022 election, House District 60 will be comprised of Parker, Palo Pinto, and Stephens counties.