Gov. Abbott Declines Virtual Town Hall Invitation

Looking ahead, the Texas Nationalist Movement has scheduled a virtual town hall for Texas gubernatorial candidates. Gov. Greg Abbott has declined the invitation to participate.

The Texas Nationalist Movement’s invitation to Governor Greg Abbott to attend an upcoming virtual hall for gubernatorial candidates has been declined.

Abbott’s current Republican challengers, Lt. Col. Allen West, Chad Prather, and Don Huffines, have confirmed their participation in the event.

The Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) is hosting a virtual town hall for the declared candidates in the Governor’s race that will include all of Abbott’s current Republican challengers. West, Prather, and Huffines have confirmed their participation in the event, but Abbott declined.

Scheduled for Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m., the event will be live-streamed across multiple platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and TNM’s soon-to-be-released Roku channel.

TNM President Daniel Miller will moderate the virtual town hall.

“This town hall will be an opportunity for the people of Texas to meet the candidates and determine which one aligns best with the mission and principles of the TNM specifically, and Texans as a whole in general,” said Miller. “Ultimately, the TNM wants to consolidate its support behind a single candidate for this office, and this event will definitely impact our decision.”

Similar to in-person town hall debates, each candidate will be given time for opening and closing statements. Questions will be asked to each candidate centering around critical Texas policies and the candidates’ core issues. Additionally, viewers are encouraged to ask questions during the event.

Current plans include extending an invitation to another gubernatorial candidate who recently declared running for governor.

After the Texas primaries, additional town halls will be held to include third-party and independent candidates.

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