Kyle Kacal Endorsed By Both NRA-PVF & TSRA PAC

COLLEGE STATION, TX – The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA PVF) and the Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) PAC have both endorsed the re-election of State Representative Kyle Kacal for House District 12.  These groups are the political arms of the two largest gun rights organizations in the State of Texas.

“I consider it a great honor that I have once again received the endorsement of the two major gun rights organizations in the State of Texas.  As an owner of a hunting business, a LTC holder, and a rancher, I understand that the 2nd Amendment is a sacred right and I have always fought to protect that right.” Kacal said.  Both organizations cited Representative Kacal’s record of defending gun rights as a factor in their choice to endorse.

“I was proud to co-author open carry and campus carry legislation, as well as the constitutional amendment guaranteeing our rights to hunt and fish. Hunting is a vital part of our Texan heritage and I will continue to work with both of these organizations to further that tradition, while continuing to protect the 2nd Amendment.  As I run for re-election, I look forward to sharing my record of defending and expanding the rights of gun owners with the constituents of House District 12,” Kacal continued.

Kyle Kacal, a longtime rancher and current State Representative for House District 12, operates a full scale cattle ranch and hunting business in the Brazos Valley.  After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1992, Kyle received his certificate of ranch management from Texas Christian University.  Over the past four years, he has proven to be a strong advocate for conservative principles and common sense solutions in the Texas Legislature.  During his most recent session, Kyle served on the House Natural Resources Committee, House Environmental Regulation Committee, and was appointed Vice-Chair of the House Rules and Resolutions Committee.

Kyle and his wife, Marci, of 23 years have two children, Carter and Kendall.  The Kacal’s are active members of their church, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Kyle has served on several local community boards including the Brazos County Farm Bureau Board and the Allen Academy School Board.


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