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A Proven Texas Conservative

Kelly Hancock, a Fort Worth native, local businessman, and dedicated family man, has served in the Texas Legislature since 2007. Throughout his time in the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate, Kelly has shown strong leadership in advocating for the core conservative values of limited government, lower taxes, and traditional family values.

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A privilege to help welcome Vice President Pence to North Texas this morning for an address on #taxcutsforamerica!

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Robin and I wish you a wonderful Valentine's Day rejoicing in the love of the Father.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." -John 3:16

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Appreciated the opportunity to take part in this week's Texas Public Policy Foundation policy orientation. Our panel covered the importance of keeping gov't spending in check for future generations of Texans by tightening the state spending cap formula. #txlege

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PSA: Today, 2/5, is the deadline to register to vote in the March 6th primary election. Need instructions? Click below.

Did you see this front-page story in the Star-Telegram last week? "Texas Democrats are targeting one of the reddest areas in the state this year and believe 2018 is the year they can finally turn Tarrant County blue." Not if we can help it! Visit our relaunched website, kellyhancock.com, to sign up to volunteer, request a yard sign, or contribute to our campaign!

Did you know the Texas Legislature is constitutionally-mandated to pass a balanced budget every two years? That's a crucial taxpayer protection, but it's also important to keep these budgets as LEAN and EFFICIENT as possible. We may not be in session, but the Senate Finance Committee is continuing to hold public hearings, like today's, to keep a close eye on how your tax dollars are put to work. #txlege

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Skyrocketing property TAXES have turned into a full-blown property RIGHTS problem. Today, Gov. Abbott visited Tarrant County to announce his plan for much-needed reforms which I look forward to working on with him leading up to the next legislative session. Our broken property tax system needs an OVERHAUL!

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VIDEO STORY: Non-Emergency Visits Costing North Texas Taxpayers Millions

In Texas, we know the answer to the question posed in this New York Times headline. SB 735, a bill we authored last session, requires the Public Utility Commission to keep a close eye on your rates through periodic reviews and make sure that consumers see savings from historic changes like tax reform. #txlege

Having trouble getting answers from a state agency? Our casework team can help. Visit the Senate District 9 Mobile Office Hours today in Hurst and Fort Worth or call our district office any day at (817) 514-3804.

$23 million in grant funding for rifle-resistant vests is now on its way to Texas police departments. It was a privilege to vote for this funding last legislative session and a pleasure to attend today's announcement at the Dallas Police Association. #txlege #backtheblue

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"Texas has ranked in the top five for 11 straight years, and has its highest overall score since the [Economic Freedom of North America] report began." This is good news, but we'll have to keep working on it next session. When it comes to economic freedom, Texas cannot accept second place! Step 1: Passing real property tax reform.


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