Texas Governor Greg Abbott will be in the Tall City this Friday and will be making multiple stops. One of those stops being the tailgate festivities for the Legacy Permian football game this Friday night at Grande Communications Stadium. The tailgate will take place at the Cimerex Energy Pavilion located in between the football and the baseball stadium. This event is being hosted by Midland County Republican Women and Texans for Greg Abbott.  The event will begin at 5:15pm and you must register for the event. You can register HERE! 

Earlier in the day Governor Greg Abbott will be the special guest speaker at the Reagan Luncheon and Fundraising Event being held at the Bush Convention Center. The event

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is also the Friday November 5th from 12pm-1:30pm. It is being hosted by RNHA.

RNHA about the event: Named "Best Governor in the Nation" in 2020, Governor Greg Abbott continues to build on his record as strong conservative leader who fights to preserve Texas values and ensure the Lone Star State remains the best place to raise a family, build a business, and create greater opportunity for all.

Under Governor Abbott's careful stewardship of the ninth-largest economy in the world, the Lone Star State added more than 1 million new jobs during the first five years of his administration and led the nation in job creation for 2019.

With the Governor's unwavering commitment to expanding opportunity for all hardworking Texans, the Lone Star State is the top state for attracting job-creating capital investments and is among the top states for jobs created by African American, Hispanic, women, and veteran business owners.

Before his election in 2014 as the 48th Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott was the 50th and longest-serving Attorney General of Texas, earning a national reputation for defending religious liberty and protection Texas communities and children. He also previously served as Justice on Texas Supreme Court and as a State District Judge in Harris County.

A native Texan and avid sportsman and hunter, Governor Abbott was born in Wichita Falls and raised in Duncanville. After graduating from University of Texas at Austin, he earned a law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School.

Shortly after graduating from law school, he was partially paralyzed by a falling tree while jogging. From his faith and family, he gained strength, recognizing "our lives are not defined by our challenges, but by how we respond to them."

Governor Abbott and his wife, Cecilia, a former teacher and principal, and the first Hispanic First Lady of Texas, were married in 1981. Their daughter, Audre, is a recent college graduate.

 

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