Walker, Texas Ranger returned to the Lone Star State on Wednesday, but not to fight bad guys. He's swooped in to lend a helping hand to Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott.
"Chuck Norris doesn't campaign with Greg Abbott," Abbott's campaign spokesman Avdiel Huerta said. "Greg Abbott campaigns with Chuck Norris."
"Together," Huerta added, "they plan to give Texas voters a good roundhouse kick in the direction of their local polling places."
With the first week of early voting underway in Texas, both Abbott and his challenger, Democratic State Sen. Wendy Davis, are increasing their get-out-the-vote activities, and Abbott is counting on a little star power. Norris will join Abbott at stops in Corpus Christi and San Antonio.
- Kolten Parker (@KoltenParker) October 22, 2014
This isn't Norris' first time in the political arena.
In 2012, he endorsed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for president, saying he was the "best man left on the battlefield who is able to outwit, outplay and outlast Obama and his campaign machine."
Norris, 74, also got involved in the National Rifle Association's "Trigger the Vote," campaign this summer.
"Anyone can throw a punch. It takes a real man or woman to punch a voter registration card," Norris said in a video.