AUSTIN—Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Dwayne Bohac for re-election as State Representative of House District 138. Representative Bohac has been a staunch ally of Governor Abbott during his term by working to grow the Texas economy. Texans for Greg Abbott released a video this morning highlighting Rep. Bohac’s commitment to limited government and free-market principles.
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“Dwayne Bohac is a leader in the fight to improve Texas schools, limit regulations, and lower property taxes. Next session, I look forward to continuing to work with him to take our state to even greater heights,” said Governor Abbott. “In order to do this, we need leaders in Austin who will stick to their conservative principles and work with me to keep Texas on track. That is why I am proud to endorse Dwayne Bohac for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives.”
“I am honored to have the support of Governor Greg Abbott,” said Bohac. “We have worked together to advance a conservative agenda that has benefited our district and state. I look forward to continuing our work on important issues like property tax reform, strengthening public education and keeping the Texas economy the strongest in the nation.”
In addition to Governor Abbott, Dwayne has been endorsed for re-election in 2018 by U.S. Congressman Ted Poe, State Senator Paul Bettencourt, Commissioner Steve Radack, Commissioner Jack Cagle, Former Spring Branch ISD Superintendent Duncan Klussmann, Former Cy-Fair Superintendent David Anthony, Former Katy ISD Superintendent Alton Frailey, Texas Values Action, Texas Right to Life, Texas Alliance for Life, the National Rifle Association, the Houston Police Officers Association, the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association, the Houston Realty Business Coalition, and the “C” Club of Houston.
“I am proud of the many individuals and groups who are supporting my campaign for re-election, and I will continue to work tirelessly to deliver results for the families of our district in the Texas Legislature.”
Born and raised in District 138, Dwayne graduated from Texas A&M University with honors. He is a local small businessman who is active in his church and the local community.