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Jul
10
2012

Jeff Leach to Participate in Live Tele-Town Hall Tonight!

Jeff Leach, Conservative Candidate for State Representative in House District 67, will be participating in a live tele-town hall tonight, Tuesday, July 10th at 6:45pm. The call is being presented and hosted by Empower Texans PAC.

You are invited to listen in and participate in the discussion regarding the issues important to you and your family and the State of Texas this election season. You can listen live online by by following this link.No registration is needed – just click and listen at 6:45pm! 

Also, throughout the call, you can dial-in toll-free to ask Jeff questions and offer comments about the issues facing the great State of Texas and his run-off race for the Republican nomination. Just dial (888) 886-6603 Ext.19366# and you’ll be in the queue! 

Running for Texas House of Representative in District 67, Jeff Leach was raised in Plano and graduated from Plano Senior High School. He is a graduate of SMU’s Dedman School of Law and currently practices with the law firm of Griffith Nixon Davison, P.C. He received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University. Jeff and his wife Becky are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano. They live in Plano with their two children Brady, age 4, and Charlotte, age 1.

Jeff Leach has been endorsed by State Representative Jerry Madden, State Republican Ken Paxton, and State Representative Jodie Laubenberg, as well as House District 67 Candidates Roger Burns, Mabel Simpson and John Pitchford, among many other community leaders and elected officials. Leach has also earned endorsements from conservative organizations including Texans For Fiscal Responsibility, Young Conservatives of Texas, Texas Right to Life, Conservative Republicans of Texas, Concerned Women for America and the Collin County Conservative Republicans, among others. Leach is “A” rated by the NRA and is the only candidate in the race for House District 67 that has been “TeaApproved” by the North Texas Tea Party. 

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