State Representative Jeff Leach officially filed his paperwork Saturday to run for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives and continue his service and commitment to the citizens of House District 67. During his first term in the 83rd Legislature, Leach built a conservative record of reducing the size and scope of government and fighting to promote and protect our pro-family, Texas values.
Upon filing, Representative Leach stated, “Serving as an advocate for the great people of District 67 is the honor of a lifetime. More than ever I am committed to continuing my service on their behalf in the Texas House of Representatives by promoting free-market, fiscally responsible policies that will keep Texas on its solid path towards economic prosperity and fighting for the Texas values of faith, family and freedom that we hold so dear.”
Representative Leach serves on the House Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, the House Committee on Urban Affairs and the House Committee on Rules and Resolutions. Additionally, Leach was elected by his colleagues to serve on the Policy Committee of the Texas House Republican Caucus, which meets regularly during the legislation session to discuss and analyze legislation and to make official policy recommendations to the members of the House Republican Caucus. Leach represents portions of Plano, Allen, Richardson and Dallas in Collin County.
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