Jackson County Sheriff A.J. Louderback announces primary run for U.S. Congress District 27

Louderback visiting Edna, Victoria and Corpus Christi

VICTORIA, Texas – Jackson County Sheriff A.J. Louderback is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Congress District 27. Sheriff Louderback describes himself as a border security advocate.

Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, Louderback will hold press conferences in Edna at 10 a.m. at the Gazebo, Victoria at 11:15 a.m. at DeLeon Plaza, and Corpus Christi at noon at the Nueces County Commissioners Courtroom on the 3rd floor -Nueces County Courthouse –901 Leopard Street.

Sheriff A.J. Louderback is a fifth generation Texan with more than 40 years in law enforcement. He’s a military veteran who has served in many roles for the National Sheriff’s Association and the Sheriffs Association of Texas, including serving as president of the state organization.

After making an announcement on his campaign, Louderback criticized the current Biden administration on their open border policy and migration.

“The Biden administration’s vision of an open border is catastrophic to our state. It’s catastrophic to our counties, our cities, and everyone’s affected by this issue. It’s the largest monster of the basement, as I like to say. This one fundamental issue in our country changes everything.” he said.

Jackson county’s five year sheriff A.J. Louderback has also been the former president of the sheriff’s association of Texas.

Congressional District 27 includes Aransas, Bee, Caldwell,Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca,Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, Victoria andpart of Bastrop counties.

Aj Louderback

Jackson County Sheriff A.J. Louderback

The seat is currently held by Congressman Michael Cloud.


U.S. Congressman Michael Cloud, District 27

There are two other additional people running for the republican nomination besides Lauderback and Cloud. Andrew Alvarez who works for auto dealerships around the U.S. and Chris Mapp, a Port O’Connor boat dealer.