Jon Francis Receives Endorsement of Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller in HD-60 Race
(Cisco, TX) On Thursday, Cisco small businessman and candidate for Texas House District 60 Jon Francis received the public endorsement of Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller.
“Jon Francis is a committed conservative who will fight for the rural values of District 60. As a lawmaker who has personally made standing up for the sanctity of life the top priority of my career, I appreciate just how dedicated Jon is to protecting the unborn,” said Miller. “As a Trump Republican, I am excited about how committed Jon is to not backing down from the socialists who are trying to change our state. I’m encouraging farmers, ranchers and Republicans across District 60 to support Jon Francis.”
“I’m proud to have the endorsement of our state’s leading authority on agriculture and rural communities in Commissioner Miller,” said Francis. “My family and I have lived right here, in this district, for more than twenty years, and we are proud to call it home. I hold the rural values shared by Texans across House District 60 and look forward to serving as their trusted, conservative leader in Austin.”
Francis announced his candidacy for the seat following the revelation that incumbent State Rep. Mike Lang (Granbury) would not be seeking re-election. Francis, the long-time conservative activist who has served on the board of organizations like Live Action and PragerU, made headlines in his announcement by pledging to only take contributions from individuals in his campaign and not a dime from lobbyists or PACs.
Texas House District 60 is comprised of Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Eastland, Hood, Palo Pinto, Shackelford, and Stephens counties. The Republican Party Primary Election for the seat will be held March 3, 2020.