Texas REALTORS® Endorse Jeff Leach for Re-Election to the Texas HouseFebruary 5, 2020
ALLEN – The Texas Association of Realtors PAC (TREPAC) today announced its endorsement and strong support of Jeff Leach for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives for District 67. The Texas Association of REALTORS® was founded in 1920 and is the largest real estate professional organization in Texas with over 125,000 members, including more than 9,000 members in Collin County
Tony Lloyd, TREPAC Statewide Chairman, stated “TREPAC is proud to endorse and support State Representative Jeff Leach in his re-election campaign for House District 67. Time and time again during his service in the Legislature, Jeff has demonstrated his strong commitment to private property rights and Texas property owners. We appreciate his effective leadership and hard work in the Texas House and will be working diligently to ensure his re-election.”
Mike Mansfield, Chairman of the Collin County Association of REALTORS®* Government Affairs Committee, commented, “REALTORS® and homeowners proudly support the re-election of Jeff Leach to the Texas House of Representatives. Jeff shares our commitment to private property rights and homeownership and continues to aggressively and effectively advocate on our behalf and in furtherance of the American Dream for every Texan. He is a tried and true REALTOR® and homeowner champion and we strongly support his bid for re-election.”
Finally, David Long, President of the Collin County Association of REALTORS®*, remarked, “From his first day in the Texas Legislature, Jeff has been a true friend and champion for the citizens of Collin County, tirelessly working to secure legislative victories for our community – such as property tax relief and school finance reform. The Texas REALTORS® – including the thousands of real estate professionals in Collin County – are proud to support him and eager to work to secure his re-election to the Texas House.”
In response to the TREPAC endorsement, Representative Leach stated, “Whether it’s the young couple working to purchase their first home, the growing family trying to sell a current home and purchase a new one, or the elderly couple on a fixed income concerned about rising property taxes, there are few groups – if any – who better understand the needs, concerns, and desires of every day Texans. Like me, the thousands of real estate professionals in TREPAC are committed to ensuring Texas remains strong for generations to come. It’s an honor to partner with them in that effort and I am especially gratefulto have their endorsement and support.”
With deep roots in the community, Jeff was born and raised in Plano and is a graduate of Plano Senior High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from Baylor University and went on to earn his law degree from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. Named a “Rising Star” by Texas Super Lawyer, Jeff practices at the law firm of Gray Reed & McGraw, L.L.P., where he specializes in complex commercial and civil litigation, construction law and real estate. Jeff serves on the Texas Judicial Commission, and is a proud member of the Board of Trustees for Houston Baptist University. He was recently nominated to serve on the Board of Directors for the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute, and also serves on the Advisory Board for Meals on Wheels of Collin County. Jeff and his wife Becky, a speaker, writer and author, are the proud parents of Brady (age 11), Charlotte (age 9) and Landry (age 5). They are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church, where they have served for several years in the Young Families Ministry. Jeff currently serves as Chairman of the House Committee on Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence. He also serves on the House Committee on Pensions, Investments and Financial Services and the House Committee on Redistricting. For more on Jeff’s background and legislative record, visit www.jeffleach.com.
*This name and designation is used for identification purposes only.
The Collin County Association of REALTORS® does not endorse in partisan races.*