Patrick Windhorst receives endorsements of community leaders across the 118th District
Massac County State’s Attorney Patrick Windhorst, who won the GOP primary election for the House seat in the 118th District, has scored the endorsements of a slew of local, public office holders.
Windhorst announced in a press release he has won the support of Massac County Sheriff Ted Holder, County Commissioner Jayson Farmer, County Clerks Juanita Wedeking-Newberry and Sandra Riepe, and GOP County Commissioner candidates Jeff Brugger and Hailey Miles.
From nearby Johnson County, Windhorst has secured the backing of County Board Commissioners Ernie Henshaw, Gary Brumley and Fred Meyer.
Finally, Pulaski County Treasurer Robert Moore, Pope County Sheriff Jerry Suits, and Saline County business owner and former 118th District candidate Jason Kasiar have all thrown their support behind Windhorst.
Windhorst welcomed all the support.
“I am humbled and honored to receive the endorsement of so many dedicated and hard-working public servants across the 118th District,” he said in the release. “I look forward to fighting on their behalf in Springfield for lower taxes, a balanced budget, and a growing economy.”
Windhorst has run his campaign on a platform of greater fiscal responsibility and property tax reform.