HOMEPAC, the political action committee of the Texas Association of Builders, announces its endorsement of Ken Paxton in the upcoming race for Texas Attorney General.
Robert Wood, Chairman of the HOMEPAC Board of Trustees, and a builder from Lubbock said, “HOMEPAC is proud to endorse Ken Paxton for Attorney General. His distinguished career illustrates his willingness to defend and enforce laws that protect our businesses and strengthen the number one housing economy in the nation. I feel confident that Ken Paxton will defend the free market economic model that Texas worked so hard to achieve which will help make the American Dream of homeownership more affordable and attainable for many Texans.”
“It’s hard to imagine anyone who knows the importance of home ownership more than Ken Paxton,” said Joe Carlyle, President of Texas Association of Builders and a builder in Tyler. “He’s a top-notch attorney with an MBA who has also owned a title company, so he’s seen firsthand how getting those keys makes a new homeowner light up and the positive impact home-ownership can have on their lives. Ken is a fiscal conservative who has shown tremendous political courage while serving in both the Texas House and Senate. The Texas Association of Builders is proud to support Ken Paxton for Texas Attorney General.”
HOMEPAC is the registered political action committee of the Texas Association of Builders. HOMEPAC supports candidates for elected office who demonstrate a commitment to maintaining a positive business environment for the Texas residential construction, remodeling, and development industry.
About the Texas Association of Builders
The Texas Association of Builders (TAB) is a non-profit organization serving the needs of home builders, remodelers and land developers throughout Texas, as well as the companies that service them. Founded in 1946, the Texas Association of Builders is an affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and has 28 local home builders associations and nearly 10,000 members across Texas. Representing over 400,000 jobs and more than $22 billion annually in the Texas economy, the state and local associations play a crucial role in providing housing for Texans. For more information about the Texas Association of Builders, visitwww.TexasBuilders.org.