Sen. Drew Springer Announces Re-Election Campaign for the Texas Senate
Today, Sen. Drew Springer announced that he is running for re-election to the Texas Senate. He currently serves as the state senator for District 30 in North Texas.
“My first year in the Texas Senate was a tremendous success; I am proud of my record of standing up for our conservative values,” said Senator Springer.
The conservative priorities accomplished during Springer’s first term in the Texas Senate include:
- The Texas Heartbeat Act
- Election Integrity Reform
- Constitutional Carry
- Preventing liberal indoctrination in our schools by banning Critical Race Theory
- Banning Big Tech from censoring conservatives on social media
- Fought for a conservative budget that limits spending to below population growth plus inflation
“Last year, I campaigned on these issues, and I am excited we were able to deliver results by passing these crucial bills,” continued Senator Springer. “While I am proud of all we have been able to accomplish this year; there is still work to be done. It is with this in mind I am announcing my campaign for re-election.”
Among the bills passed by Senator Springer was the First Responders Pandemic Care Act, which ensures first responders who die from or suffer complications related to COVID-19 receive benefits or compensation associated with treatment costs. He also passed legislation that requires hospitals to allow clergy to see patients during a health crisis, requires HHSC to audit for Medicaid fraud, and creates the Texas Woman’s University System.
In the Senate, Springer serves as the vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs. He also serves on the Senate Committees on Administration, Higher Education, Local Government, Nominations, and the Select Committee on the Future of College Sports in Texas.
Springer is a Christian and a lifelong conservative Republican who fights to preserve Texas values, promote economic development and undue Texas’s burdensome regulations. He is adamant that the government has become too large at federal, state and local levels. Excessive regulations overburden our lives, destroy our freedoms, create a nanny state, slow economic growth and increase living costs. In his opinion, the government does not have a revenue problem but a spending problem.
Sen. Springer has been married to Lydia for more than 30 years and together, they have three children. They are also blessed with a daughter-in-law and one grandson. Springer grew up, graduated college (University of North Texas), and raised his children in SD30.
Sen. Springer’s mailing address is: Drew Springer for Texas, P.O. Box 6, Muenster, TX 76252.