The Ellis-Hill Association of REALTORS Monday endorsed John Wray in his bid to become the next State Representative.
Wray is running in House District 10 which covers all of Ellis County and part of Henderson County. The winner of the election will take the place of Representative Jim Pitts, who has announced his retirement. The runoff election will be on May 27.
“I am thankful to have the Ellis-Hill Association of REALTORS endorsement,” Wray remarked. “They are a key voice in protecting homeownership and property rights while supporting local development. Home ownership is not just the American dream, it is important to our local economy.”
The Ellis-Hill Association of REALTORS provides continuing education for realtors. The association is dedicated to giving back to the community by sponsoring backpack drives for students and the installation of smoke detectors in homes of the needy. The association also provides scholarships to promising local high-school seniors. John Wray’s dedication to our community, and his leadership in encouraging local growth and prosperity earned him this endorsement.
The Realtor endorsement adds to a recent string of endorsements of Wray including Life PAC, a prominent pro-life group, and CLEAT, Texas’s largest law enforcement association. Wray has also earned the endorsements of local citizens and leaders across Henderson and Ellis counties.