Babin seeks re-election to the House of Representatives

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Congressman Brian Babin. A number of Southeast Texas government officials spoke at the Golden Triangle Republican Women ‘s “Fair Election” rally in Beaumont. Photo taken November 21, 2020. Fran Ruchalski / The EnterpriseFran Ruchalski, The Company / The Company

United States Representative Brian Babin will run for a new term in the United States House of Representatives.

The representative for District 36 of Woodville has served four terms since his first election in 2014.

“Joe Biden’s incompetent leadership and radical socialists in Congress have together sparked too many problems for me to sit on the sidelines,” Babin said in a press release. “Instead, I keep fighting to protect your God-given rights, freedoms and freedoms!” Babin voted no last week on the Build Back Better plan which was passed by the House and sent to the Senate.

Babin also blamed Biden for inflation and called his vaccine tenure “tyranny,” among other issues.


Babin will run as a Republican and at the moment there are no other declared Republican or Democratic candidates. Babin’s re-election bid will be on the ballot in the March primary elections, and if successful, Babin will be part of the November 2022 midterm elections.

larry.loar@beaumontenterprise.com


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