|Wesley Parish Hunt|
|Alma mater||United States Military Academy|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
Wesley Parish Hunt (born c. 1981) is a United States Army veteran and African-American conservative Republican who lost his bid in 2020 to unseat the left-wing Democrat U.S. Representative Lizzie Fletcher in the 7th congressional district.
2020 U.S. House election in Texas’ 7th district
Hunt announced in April 2019 that Hunt he was running for the United States House of Representatives to unseat Elizabeth Pannill Fletcher. His bid is endorsed by U.S. Senator Tom Cotton and then U.S. President Donald Trump. The Washington Free Beacon noted Hunt to be a "rising GOP star".
Hunt won his party's primary election in 2020 with 61 percent of the votes cast.
In 2022, Hunt as the Republican nominee will contest the new 38th congressional district seat, based in suburbs west of Houston, including Katy.
- John James, running for U.S. Senate from Michigan
- Nancy Mace, running for U.S. House of Representatives from South Carolina's 1st district
- Army Veteran Makes Emotional Pitch In Attempt To Flip Blue Texas District Back To Red
- Senator Tom Cotton Endorses Fellow Combat Veteran Wesley Hunt
- Wesley Hunt Receives Presidential Endorsement, Campaign Video Goes Viral
- Texas Primary Election Results: Seventh House District