The endorsements came from Victor Carrillo, Charles Matthews and Tony Garza, who served terms in the 1990s and 2000s. Carrillo and Matthews had particularly long tenures — eight and 10 years, respectively — at the oil and gas regulator, which has seen rapid turnover in recent years.
“I’m honored that they have placed their confidence in me to fight for a free market, energy independence, a strong economy, and small, effective government,” Boyuls, an oil and gas investor and former regulatory attorney, said in a statement.
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