Republican Greg Hill Officially Files for Texas’ 22nd Congressional DistrictNov 16 | News
Hill is committed to using his experience as a U.S. Border Patrol Agent, Judge, and City Councilman to secure the border and protect mainstream conservative values in Congress
PEARLAND, TX – Republican Greg Hill today officially filed for Texas’ 22nd Congressional District. Hill will now appear on the Republican Primary ballot in March of 2020.
“By filing today, we are taking the first step toward getting our country back on track and protecting our mainstream conservative values in Congress,” said Hill. “I am ready to take my experience as a U.S. Border patrol Agent, Judge, and City Councilman to Washington to secure our borders, defend our Constitution, and uphold the rule of law.”
A lifelong Republican and district resident, Greg served as a U.S. Border Patrol Agent before returning home and serving three terms on the Pearland City Council. In 2018, Hill ran for Brazoria County Court-at-Law Judge and was one of the top voter getters, receiving more votes than any of the Republican statewide candidates.
Hill’s message and experience have clearly resonated with the community as Greg has raised more money from individual contributors than any candidate in the race for Congress.
“Now more than ever, Congress needs a new generation of leaders who reflect mainstream suburban values and can restore common sense to Washington. I’m running for Congress to defeat the radical socialist agenda of the Democratic Party, protect our pocketbooks and our families, and preserve our quality of life. The socialists are out of their minds, but they control Capitol Hill. Together we can send one of our own to Capitol Hill and take it back.” Greg is married to his lovely wife Amy Hill and has two beautiful children, Isabella and Ford. They are active in their local church, and Greg serves on numerous boards and commissions in the community.