South Texans’ Property Rights Association FedPAC has endorsed Bech Bruun for Congress in District 27

South Texans’ Property Rights Association FedPAC has endorsed Bech Bruun for Congress in District 27

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“The South Texans’ Property Rights Association represents owners of over 5 million acres of land in South Texas. Our organization was formed in 2006, primarily because of the threats faced by our members on a daily basis that are caused by an unsecured border with Mexico. Since our founding, we have worked intensively with Senators Cornyn and Cruz and members of our Texas Congressional delegation to educate their peers about the severity of this crisis in South Texas.

Our political action committee has wholeheartedly endorsed the election of Bech Bruun for Congress because of his knowledge of the border security issue and his commitment to hold the federal government accountable for protecting our sovereign border with Mexico. We have worked with Bech for many years and know him to be a smart and effective advocate for issues that affect the lives of South Texans. He will be a tireless champion of our cause and we encourage all of our friends in U.S. House District 27 to join us in voting for Bech Bruun for Congress.”

-Susan Kibbe, South Texas rancher and Executive Director of the South Texans’ Property Rights Association Political Action Committee (STPRA FedPAC)

“I’m humbled to be endorsed by the South Texans’ Property Rights Association who represents owners of over 5 million acres of land in South Texas. They share the same concerns I have over an unsecured border with Mexico. I look forward to working with Senators Cornyn and Cruz to strengthen the southern border as STPRA has been doing these past years in Washington. Border security is national security and I will fight to secure it,” Bech Bruun said.

Don’t forget to go to Bech’s Facebook page and share his commercial on border security and illegal immigration. You can also go to YouTube and watch it now by clicking HERE or on the image below:

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