The Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA) Endorses Republican Greg Hill for Congress

Jan 20 | News

PEARLAND, TX – Today, the Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA) endorsed Republican Greg Hill for U.S. Congress.  TMPA represents over 29,000 Texas law enforcement officers and focuses on improving legislation that protects and affects local law enforcement.  

“As a Pearland City Councilman, Greg was very supportive of law enforcement and has the respect of the law enforcement community,” said Mitch Landry, Deputy Executive Director of Government Affairs. “We are proud to support Greg for U.S. Congress.”

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. 

“From serving our country as a U.S. Border Patrol Agent, to serving as a Judge and City Councilman, I have always been a strong supporter of local law enforcement,” said Hill.  “To me this endorsement is extremely personal since it comes from the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep our communities safe.  In Congress, I pledge to be a strong advocate for law enforcement and work with TMPA on legislation that improves the lives of our local police officers.”

The Pearland Police Officers Association has also endorsed Greg in this election.  

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.