Dan Patrick, Lieutenant Governor of Texas. Learn more at http://danpatrick.org
Dan Patrick was elected Lt. Governor of Texas in 2014, winning the general election by almost 20 points, including historic levels of support from Hispanic voters and women.
A preeminent voice for principled conservative policies both in Texas and across the nation, Lt. Gov. Patrick is leading the fight to secure the border, reduce property and business taxes, and address Texas’ infrastructure challenges to assure that our state continues to flourish economically.
In his first session leading the Texas Senate, Lt. Governor Patrick presided over what has been called the most conservative, productive and pro-business session in Texas history.
Lt. Governor Patrick is an outspoken supporter of law enforcement and earlier this summer was invited to a national town hall, sponsored by ABC News, to address President Obama directly about his concern that police do not always receive adequate support at the federal level.
Lt. Governor Patrick is a member of the Board of the Republican Lt. Governor’s Association. He has been married to his wife Jan, a former schoolteacher, for 41 years. They have two children and four grandchildren.