Recently, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott traveled to Waco for a campaign fundraiser in Senator Birdwell’s honor. We were so pleased to have General Abbott, a true conservative fighter for Texas against the ever-growing encroachment of the federal government. His presence at the event was a huge draw. Friends and supporters of Senator Birdwell came from McLennan County and all over Senate District 22 to hear the senator and General Abbott speak together. Abbott spoke about the challenges Texas faces, both internally and from the Obama administration and Congress. He assured the crowd of nearly 250 guests, though, that “Senate District 22 and Texas have no stronger fighter for the Constitution and their freedoms than Brian Birdwell.” We thank General Abbott for his support, and we especially thank all the great friends from around the district who continue to support Senator Birdwell and his service as their conservative voice in Austin. ~ STAFF
Another solid day of work. Senate State Affairs cmte. debating mail-in ballot integrity and forced annexation (https://t.co/JOD2Pa0kjG
Jul 23, 2017
Jul 23, 2017
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"As a freshman senator, Brian did not sit on the sidelines but stood up for the principles near and dear to all conservatives, earning him a 95% on YCT's legislative scorecard---the highest score we awarded."
"For the fist time in at least sixteen years, a Texas State Senator achieved a perfect 100% score---that was freshman Senator Brian Birdwell."
"The NRA is proud to endorse Senator Birdwell. As a Benefactor Life NRA member and Concealed Handgun Licensee, Brian well knows firsthand the importance of protecting the 2nd Amendment and preserving our right to self-defense. His outstanding record in the Texas Senate demonstrates his strong commitment to both."
"Sen. Birdwell made a promise to protect the pocketbooks of Texas' hard-working taxpayers and to put a lid on excessive government spending, and that is exactly what he did. He could be trusted to do what was right and in the best intrest of Texas, not the special interests at the Capitol."