Just one day ahead of the U.S. House race in Texas District 6, President Trump issued a statement to give one final push to Susan Wright, an America First candidate running in the special election.
Susan Wright is the widow of late Congressman Ron Wright, who tragically died in February due to COVID-19 and after a difficult battle with lung cancer. Susan Wright will be running for the same seat her late husband occupied to continue fulfilling the work he started by “bringing conservative values to Washington,” as her official campaign website states.
“Big election tomorrow in the Great State of Texas! Susan Wright supports America First policies, our Military and our Veterans, is strong on Borders, tough on Crime, Pro-Life, and will always protect our Second Amendment. She will serve the people in the 6th Congressional District of Texas, and our Country, very well. Susan has my Complete and Total Endorsement. She will never let you down! Go out and vote for Susan Wright,” said President Trump in a statement on Monday.
Susan has abounding professional experience working with local boards and commissions within Tarrant County such as the Arlington Transportation Advisory Committee, the Fort Worth Community Development Council, as well as the Tarrant County Crime Commission.
Her website indicates that, if elected to Congress, she will uphold conservative values such as the Second Amendment, strong borders, cutting taxes and spending, supporting law enforcement, ensuring election integrity, growing the economy, and improving the education system, among other issues.
President Trump’s initial endorsement of Susan Wright’s campaign during the primaries increased her chances of winning, placing her in the lead with 19% of the overall vote.
It is expected that President Trump’s continued endorsement, along with 300 more, including Senator Ted Cruz, will increase the likelihood that Republican voters will turnout to vote for Mrs. Wright in the runoff election on Tuesday.