Brazoria County Judge and former Pearland City Councilman Greg Hill announced today on Facebook his bid to fill the Texas District 22 Congressional seat held by Pete Olson.
On July 25th, Olson announced that he will not seek reelection.
“After much prayer and encouragement from my family and friends in Brazoria, Fort Bend and southeast Harris counties, I am humbled to announce my candidacy for Texas Congressional District 22. Now more than ever, Congress needs a new generation of leaders who reflect mainstream suburban values, can restore common sense to Washington, and will fight to defeat the socialist agenda.
As a judge and former prosecutor, I am committed to upholding the Constitution and the rule of law. As a former Border Patrol agent, I will work to ensure Congress secures our border while streamlining legal immigration. As a husband and father of two, I will fight to protect our families from threats foreign and domestic. And, as a proud member of this community – one of the most dynamic, diverse and fastest-growing in the country – I will work to expand the Republican party and ensure CD 22 remains a great place to work, raise a family and live the American Dream.
In 2020, our quality of life and economic vitality are on the ballot, and I’m running for Congress to protect our pocketbooks and our families, and preserve our quality of life. In the coming days we will roll out a new campaign Facebook page and update our website www.electgreghill.com. For now, please help me spread the word by forwarding this post. Amy and I ask for your prayers and support!”
The staff at MPN thanks Greg Hill for his service to Pearland and our county! Well wishes!