For Immediate Release Contact: Eric Bearse
November 13, 2019 512.633.6446
McLendon Files for Congress in TX-32
Navy SEAL (Ret.) has raised $150,000
Dallas – U.S. Navy SEAL (Ret.) Floyd McLendon today announced he has filed his paperwork for the Republican nomination for Congress (TX-32).
“I am the one candidate who will fight for the president’s America First agenda, who is unmistakably conservative, and who is running a grassroots-fueled campaign to take this seat back from a Pelosi Democrat,” said McLendon. “Building a new Republican Majority in Congress starts in the 32nd congressional district of Texas.”
McLendon announced an updated finance number, with $150,000 raised since the start of the campaign, representing an acceleration of campaign support in recent weeks.
“I may not have a famous name, but I have the grit and determination of a Navy SEAL who served this country for 25 years, including two combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan,” said McLendon. “I will not be outworked, and I will fight to represent every voter in CD 32.”
During his service in the Navy, McLendon was deployed five times, to 24 countries on five continents. In addition, he has served as a legislative fellow for a Republican U.S. House of Representative and as the executive aide for the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
McLendon filed his paperwork at the Republican Party of Texas headquarters in Austin, which is required of candidates in districts with two or more counties. TX-32 includes a small portion of Collin County, in addition to Dallas County cities and communities that include: Highland Park, University Park, Dallas, Richardson and Garland. For more information on McLendon’s campaign, please visit:https://www.mclendonforcongress.com
Floyd McLendon retired from the U.S. Navy. Use of his military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy of the Department of Defense
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