Jeff Leach, a Collin County Resident running for State Representative in District 67, announced that he has received the support and endorsement of Plano resident and Collin County leader, David McCall. In his public endorsement, Mr. McCall stated, “Jeff Leach is the clear, common-sense choice for conservative voters in Texas House District 67. As a long time resident of Collin County, Jeff understands the concerns of his constituents and is committed to working aggressively to advocate on their behalf in the Texas Legislature. I sincerely believe Jeff is one of the up and coming conservative leaders in Texas and the residents in District 67 will be well-served and proud to have him represent their interests in Austin for years to come.”
David McCall has a long and distinguished history of public service in Collin County, including serving as Chairman of DART, Co-Chairman of the Collin County Community College, President of the Plano Chamber of Commerce and a Past-President of both the Plano and Collin County Bar Associations. He also served on the Board of Regents at Baylor University and Trustee of Baylor University Medical Center.
In response to David McCall’s endorsement, Jeff Leach said “I am proud to have the support and endorsement of someone as distinguished as David McCall. For nearly four decades, David has committed himself to serving Collin County, and we are all better off as a result. More than anything, David McCall’s endorsement speaks to my commitment and passion to serve not my own interests nor special interests in Austin, but instead to serve the interests of the people who live in Plano, Allen and Richardson who will entrust me to work on their behalf to keep District 67 one of the best places in Texas to live and work.”
Running for Texas House of Representative in District 67, Leach was raised in Plano and graduated from Plano Senior High School. As a graduate of SMU’s Dedman School of Law, he currently practices with the law firm of Griffith Nixon Davison, P.C.. He received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University, where he served two terms as Student Body President. Jeff served in the White House Office of Political Affairs and at the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C. in 2004, where he helped to elect Republican across the country. He has also served as a member of the TEXO Construction Industry’s Government Affairs Committee and on other various boards and committees, including the Tom Landry Leadership Award Committee for Dallas Baptist University and the Steering Committee for the Baylor Business Network in Dallas. He and his wife Becky are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano. They live in Plano with their children, Brady and Charlotte.