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PACE Endorsed State Representative Todd Hunter

pace-endorsement

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PHARMPAC- Texas Pharmacy Association’s PAC endorses Todd Hunter

2-17-16 Tx Pharmacy Assn PAC endorsement

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PACE – Political Action Committee for Engineers endorses Texas State Representative Todd Hunter

2-12-16 Political Action Committee for Engineers (PACE)

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CLEAT endorses State Representative Todd Hunter

Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas (CLEAT) endorse State Representative Todd Hunter 1-7-16 Combined Law Enforcement Assn of Texas (CLEAT)

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Conservative Roundtable of Texas endorses Rep. Todd Hunter

11-9-15 Conservative Roundtable of Texas endorsement

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Texas State Teachers Association Endorsed Representative Todd Hunter

11-10-15 Endorsement by TXSTA

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Texas Alliance for Life Endorses Rep. Todd Hunter

11-3-15 Texas Alliance for Life endorsement

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Texas Association of Business honors Rep. Hunter with the Fighter for Free Enterprise award

Texas Association of Business

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Life PAC endorses State Representative Todd Hunter

    August 22, 2014 Texas State Representative Todd Hunter 445 Cape Henry Corpus Christi, TX 78412 Dear Representative Hunter, On behalf of Life PAC, I would like to congratulate you on your recent Primary election nomination as the Republican candidate for your District’s House seat. Congratulations! LifePAC is the political action arm of the Texans for Life Coalition. It was created to screen, endorse, support and educate pro-life candidates seeking office in the state of Texas. We are here to assist you with information and data regarding the full range of pro-life issues. Please feel free to contact us at any time and to share with us the best way to communicate with you during the upcoming session. We would like to have a “best” email address, as well as a way to communicate by text message. Thank you, again! Sincerely, Kyleen Wright Chairman

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TxDLA Honors Rep. Todd Hunter with the 2014 Legislator of the Year Award

Contact: Lisa Tomsio TxDLA                                        823 Congress Ave. ,  Suite 230 Phone: (512) 479-0425           Austin, Texas 78701 E-Mail: lisa@txdla.org           www.txdla.org                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PRESS RELEASE Austin, Texas, April 21, 2014: The Texas Distance Learning Association Board of Directors recently honored Rep. Todd Hunter as the 2014 Legislator of the Year Award recipient. Rep. Hunter accepted his award April 2, 2014 during the TxDLA Conference and Board of Directors Dinner at the 2014 Annual TxDLA Conference held in Corpus Christi, TX. The TxDLA Legislator of the Year Award is presented to local, state or federal official who has substantially assisted in the advancement of Distance Learning in the State of Texas. Hunter is the author of the bill creating a Distance Learning Master Plan for colleges and universities in Texas. He was also instrumental in passing legislation that made Texas A&M University Corpus Christi a four-year university and fought for better funding to build the university. He co-sponsored the Tuition Revenue Bond Bill and passed legislation to give statutory existence to the Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network (TCOON), among many other accomplishments. In 2012, Todd Hunter was elected to his seventh term in the Texas House of Representatives serving District 32 which is the eastern portion of Nueces County. He was first elected to public office in 1988 and retired from public service in 1997 so that he could help raise his three young children with his wife Alexis. In 2008, Todd was elected as a Republican representing District 32 composed of Aransas, Calhoun, San Patricio and part of Nueces County. He is currently the senior partner of Hunter, Barker & Fancher LLP in Corpus Christi. TxDLA is the leading Texas membership association for distance learning professionals with over 500 members representing public and private education institutions at all levels as well as corporate training professionals and distance learning equipment and content providers. All of our members have a strong interest in keeping abreast of the ideas, technologies, and content that will help them develop and maintain leading-edge distance learning programs and products. www.txdla.org From Left to Right: Raymond Rose, Public Policy Committee Chair; Michelle Durán, TxDLA President; Rep. Todd Hunter; and Oscar Hernández, TxDLA Chairman of the Board.

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