My name is Ed Ireson and I'm a businessman, new father, and proud Texan. I'm a candidate for Texas Ag Commissioner in 2022.
You might be surprised to find out what the Texas Department of Agriculture oversees. It's a wide variety of programs — including consumer protections around the eggs you buy at the grocery store, school lunches, protecting our crops against pests and diseases, and leading the development of rural internet access.
As the Ag Commissioner, I'll make sure Texas farming and ranching families aren't left behind by off-the-rails politics in the State:
I'm new to politics, but not to Texas agriculture. My family has been running cattle in Brazos County for 130 years and I've worked with Texas ranchers to help sell their beef direct to consumers across the state.
It's time to bring common sense to the Texas Department of Agriculture. Texas farmers, ranchers, and the businesses they support need their elected officials to work on the real issues which are too often getting lost in the noise.
I look forward to sharing more in early 2022. In the meantime, if you'd like to learn more, or discuss anything, give me a call or send me an email. I'd love to hear from my fellow Texans to learn how I can best serve you as Ag Commissioner.
Candidate for Commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture
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