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Meet Chuck Branch

“This is not just a campaign. This is a movement. A movement of tired, frustrated conservatives across the state and county who want real positive change and effective leadership in Austin. I am entering this race to stand for people in Collin County – to protect their vote with Voter Integrity Laws, initiate border safety by moving immigration policy to the states away from the federal government, and work on solutions for permanent property tax relief. I have the support to fight, and the momentum to win. Now is the time for Collin County to unite and elect an effective conservative leader to Austin.”

Chuck Branch doesn’t like to sit still. Growing up, he hunted, fished, and played over 15 different sports. Since moving to Collin County over 20 years ago, he has been a tireless servant in the community. Chuck mentored students in McKinney ISD for 6 years, was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, served as Collin County Prayer Breakfast Board Member, graduated from Leadership McKinney in 2014, and served on the Economic Development (EDC) Board. Chuck was elected to the McKinney City Council in 2015, where he increased business properties, lowering the leakage to other cities by $100s of Millions of dollars.

With the Collin County Republican Party, Chuck has put in over 10,000 volunteer hours, block walking, planning events, phone banking, and serving on the State Republican Executive Committee. As a Conservative Republican, he will not support a Speaker of the Texas House who does not espouse Conservative Values, he will not support Democrat Committee Chairs, he is 100% Pro-Life, and 100% 2nd Amendment.

Chuck runs a thriving Real Estate Business, but his proudest accomplishment is his family. Chuck and his wife Mendi have been married for 23 years and have 4 children: Kalin, Mia, Emma, and Joshua. They also have a Cavapoo named Eden who they admit is spoiled rotten. They are active in Gateway Church, and when he has spare time he enjoys reading, working out, and occasionally playing golf.


To find out more about Chuck, go to iVoterGuide for a comprehensive overview of where he stands on the issues: 
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