Sam is proud to be endorsed by community leaders you trust!
Governor Greg Abbott:
Representative Harless leads by example, and I am proud to endorse him for another term in the Texas House. I’m grateful for his work on behalf of northwest Harris County to pass important disaster relief legislation, reform our school finance and property tax systems, and provide support for our law enforcement officers. I look forward to continuing our partnership to keep Texas the best state in the nation.
Representative for the 2nd Congressional District of Texas
Congressman Dan CrenshawHarris County Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle:
I knew he could do it, and he did. Sam Harless effectively represented district 126 as a freshman legislator earning the designation of last session’s “Most Powerful Freshman” by Capitol Insider. Next session Sam already plans to propose, promote, and pass several bills to protect our property rights from the encroachment of county government. We need him.
Constable Precinct 4 Mark Herman:
I would like to recommend you vote for my long time friend Sam Harless for State Representative District 126. He is a business man who has long supported the community. Sam serves on my advisory board for Precinct 4 Constable's office and is a long time supporter of law enforcement. Sam has my endorsement in the Republican Primary for State Representative 126. I look forward to working with him if he is elected.
Sheriff Ron Hickman (Retired):
For those residents in District 126, I'd like to suggest you vote for Sam Harless. He is a longtime friend and local businessman who is deeply involved in the local community. He is a strong supporter of law enforcement and like most of us is concerned about the safety and prosperity of our area. I called on Sam to serve on the law enforcement advisory board for both the Harris County Sheriff's Office as well as the Precinct 4 Constable's Office. Sam Harless has my support and endorsement for District 126 State Representative because I know he will represent the interests of the community.
Judge Ed Emmett, former Harris County Judge
Constable Mark Herman, HC Pct. 4
Constable Ryan Gamble, Montgomery County, Pct. 3
Honorable Debbie Riddle, former State Rep #150
Honorable Allen Fletcher, former State Rep #130
Honorable Peggy Hamric, former State Rep #126
Honorable Patricia Harless, former State Rep #126
Ron Hickman, former HC Sheriff and Constable Pct. 4
Dick Moore, former HC Constable Pct. 4
Honorable Jon Lindsay, former HC Judge and State Senator
Tommy Thomas, former HC Sheriff
Jerry Eversole, former HC Commissioner Pct. 4
Robert Eckels, former HC Judge and State Rep #133
Dr. Jim Cain, retired Klein ISD Superintendent
Rick Mann, Klein ISD Trustee
Georgan Reitmeier, Klein ISD Trustee
Darcy Mingoia, CyFair ISD Trustee
Honorable HN McElroy, former Justice of Peace HC Pct.4
Rick Hartley, former director of 100 Club of Houston
Larry and Diane Lipton
Mark and Becky Lanier
Kevin and Liz Quisenberry
Brenda and Rodney Pennington
Harris County Commissioner Steve Radack, Precinct 3
Harris County Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, Precinct 4
Former Harris County Justice of The Peace Precinct 4 Position 2 Tom and Mickey Lawrence
Former Harris County Attorney Mike Stafford
David Medina, Former Justice, Texas Supreme Court