“Putnam is just what this district needs.”
Fort Worth, TX – Today, Chris Putnam, who is running for Texas 12th Congressional district, announced he has received the endorsements of Parker County Constable Scott Jones and Tarrant County Constable David Woodruff.
Once again, we see the law enforcement community backing Putnam for Congress.
“This district deserves someone who will fight for our law enforcement officials and protect our border,” said Putnam. “I am honored that the community continues to rise up around our race to take back Texas 12th Congressional District.”
Constable Scott Jones served in our Navy as a Master Chief Petty Officer, as a police officer, and TABC officer before serving as Parker County Constable for Precinct 4. “Without reservation, I wholeheartedly and enthusiastically endorse Mr. Chris Putnam for U.S. House of Representatives or any other office he chooses to pursue. After thorough consideration of the candidates’ qualifications, and upon meeting Mr. Putnam, I believe he subscribes to the tenants of Conservatism. Furthermore, I emphatically agree with his philosophy of making America TEXAS. GOD BLESS TEXAS!” said Jones.
Constable David Woodruff serves Tarrant County Precinct 2. He previously served as a police officer starting in 1993 and is a certified Master Peace Officer. He said, “I have known Chris Putnam for over 30 years. He is a well-respected businessman and political conservative with a proven record. He is exactly the type of outsider we need in Washington D.C.”
Putnam is a retired tech executive and a conservative reformer who will fight every day in Washington to cut taxes and spending, defend innocent lives, secure the border, and protect the Constitutional rights of every individual American.
For more information on Chris Putnam and his candidacy for Texas’ 12th Congressional District, please visit www.putnamfortexas.com.