February 19, 2018
Fredericksburg, TX (02/19/18) — Fredericksburg small business owner and State Representative Kyle Biedermann proudly announces the endorsement of United States Senator Ted Cruz for his re-reelection campaign to the Texas House District 73.
“We are blessed in Texas to have so many solid conservatives running for office. I’m asking Texas voters to carefully consider the choices before them this election cycle, and to stand with those who have proven themselves to be conservatives of conviction. I am proud to endorse Kyle Biedermann for Texas House, and urge the voters of the 73rd District to join me by supporting him,” said United States Senator Ted Cruz.
“I am proud to receive the endorsement of Senator Cruz for my re-election campaign. Two years ago when I launched my campaign, I said I would restore conservative representation from District 73 to the Texas House. While working hard to represent all of my constituents, and even reaching across the aisle on issues like water, funding for foster care, combating the opioid epidemic and education reform, my campaign promise to be a rock solid conservative leader has been kept,” said State Representative Kyle Biedermann.
Kyle Biedermann is an Ace Hardware Dealer and a Christian Conservative. Now finishing his first term, Biedermann is proven as a pro-life and pro-second amendment champion, and supports a limited government, property tax reform, and a secure border.
A member of the Freedom Caucus, State Representative Kyle Biedermann was named a “Courageous Conservative” by the Texas Conservative Coalition, and has proudly received the endorsements of:
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
Texas Right to Life
Texas Homeschool Coalition
Texas Values Action
Grassroots America We the People
Texans for Vaccine Choice
Young Conservatives of Texas
Texans for Toll-Free Highways
Texas State Rifle Association
National Rifle Association
Texas Conservative Digest
National Association of Gun Rights
Texas Association of Gun Rights
Fredericksburg Tea Party
Lone Star Gun Rights