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Perry, Rogers to visit Breckenridge on June 29

Perry, Rogers to visit Breckenridge on June 29
June 23
10:29 2021

Texas State Senator Charles Perry and Representative Glenn Rogers will host a joint town hall meeting at the TSTC Technology Center in Breckenridge, 307 N. Breckenridge Ave., from 2 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29.

The 87th Legislative Session recently concluded and the meeting will be an opportunity for the citizens of Stephens County to listen to and talk to the legislators.

“I am excited to be back in West Texas and holding town halls again,” Perry said in a news release. “This legislative session demanded that the legislature find big solutions to the problems facing Texans. We were able to take some big steps forward in helping Texans, especially in rural Texas. I look forward to meeting with the people of Stephens County to discuss the 87th Legislative session and the upcoming special session.”

Rogers expressed similar sentiments. “The Texas House of Representatives had the most conservative session our state has ever seen, and I was honored to be a part of it.” Rogers said. “Even though we were not able to get every priority accomplished, I’m looking forward to seeing the great people of Stephens County to provide a legislative overview before we return back to Austin to finish what was started.”

Perry, a practicing CPA from Lubbock, was elected to the Texas Senate in 2014 and represents 51 counties in West Texas.

Rogers is a rancher and retired veterinarian from Palo Pinto County and is currently serving his first term in the Texas House. On Monday, he announced his plan to run for re-election in the 2022 House of Representatives election.

During the 87th Legislative Session, Rogers was appointed to serve on the committees for Transportation and Pensions, Investments, Financial Services, Texas House Republican Caucus Policy and the Texas Conservative Coalition.

“I am blessed to represent the people of District 60 and would be honored to serve another term in the Texas House,” Rogers said in a news release.

 

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