Fort Worth, TX, November 19, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Mike Brasovan, Congressional Candidate for District 12, has been endorsed by Pat Carlson. Carlson, of Fort Worth, is the newly appointed President of Texas Eagle Forum.
"I believe Mike Brasovan is a man who will have the integrity and courage to stand up for his conservative principles as he represents Congressional District 12," said Carlson.
Carlson is Vice President of Carlson Engineering, Inc. Carlson serves on the Advisory Council at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. She was the Tarrant County Republican Party Chairman from 2000-2005. She was also a member of the Council for National Policy and a member of the Fort Worth Rotary Club.
"I am honored to be endorsed by Pat Carlson," said Brasovan, "She has served our state and our nation for many years as a member and officer of Texas Eagle Forum.
"For her to endorse our campaign means a lot to me and will encourage others to support as well. It is great to have her on our team," continued Brasovan.
Brasovan is running as a Republican for the Congressional District 12 Seat. He faces incumbent Kay Granger in the 2010 March Republican primary.
“I'm running to provide true conservative leadership for the citizens of Congressional District 12,” Brasovan said. “We have to return America to its path of greatness by providing common sense, principled leadership – leadership that pursues America's interests, not the interests of politicians.”
Mike Brasovan is president of THG Energy and Technology Solutions, the company he founded in 2003. The company - which focuses on developing energy supply solutions for a wide range of commercial, industrial, hospital and university clients - has grown to six full-time employees at its Fort Worth office.
Mike has served the Republican Party over the past few years as a Parker County election judge on multiple occasions, a delegate to the County and State conventions in 2006 and 2008, and an alternate delegate to the national convention in 2008. Mike also helped form the Parker County Young Republicans. He lives in Aledo with his wife of 16 years, Karen; their son, Michael (13); and daughter, Rachael (12).
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