A Proven Texas Conservative

Kelly Hancock, a Fort Worth native, local businessman, and dedicated family man, has served in the Texas Senate since 2013. He previously served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives. Throughout his time in the Texas Legislature, Kelly has shown strong leadership advocating for the core conservative principles of limited government, lower taxes, and traditional family values.

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Strong turnout at Senator Cornyn's early voting kick-off event in Fort Worth today. This crowd is ready to vote! #KeepTexasRed

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Spoiler alert: Most of these are right here in Texas! #GodBlessOurVeterans

LIVE NOW: The Texas Senate Business & Commerce Committee is taking a close look at our electricity market. #txlege You can watch live using the link below.

Interim charge: "Examine changes in customer demand, such as on-site storage, distributed generation, and electric vehicles. Study the usage of "non-wires alternatives," including energy storage, and recommend legislative changes if needed. Identify barriers to the electric market at the state or local level. Make recommendations to maintain grid reliability and encourage the continued success of the electric market."

Tuning in tonight? #SOTU

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Did you know that on top of our natural gas boom, Texas leads the nation in wind energy? Still, the left is threatening a federal government takeover of a "fundamental segment of the economy — electricity production." Texas is doing just fine on our own, thanks. #txlege #KeepTexasRed

PSA: If you plan to vote in the March primary election but haven't registered or need to change your address, the deadline is coming up on Feb. 3rd. More info @ https://www.votetexas.gov/register-to-vote/. #votetexas

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Our grandson's first rodeo! #FWSSR2020 #thisthingislegendary

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Texas was well-represented at today's USMCA signing. A great deal for our state and our nation! #txbiz #txlege

Today, we reflect on a tragic time in human history and resolve to learn from even the worst of our past. Unfortunately, recent studies show an alarming number of young adults aren't familiar with the Holocaust, so last session the Texas Legislature established an annual Holocaust Remembrance Week in our state's schools. #NeverAgain #InternationalHolocaustRemembranceDay

The Mobile Office Hours program brings Texas state agency assistance directly into each District 9 town throughout the year. To learn more about our office hours in Keller and Richland Hills this Monday, 1/27, please visit: https://senate.texas.gov/members/d09/press/en/p20200124a.pdf. #txlege #District9

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Meet Mateo Cabrera, the 2019-2020 Senate District 9 Texas Armed Services Scholarship recipient. Mateo is from Haltom City and is active in ROTC at Tarleton State University. He hopes to earn a commission in the U.S. Army and spend his career in service to our nation. Also pictured: Proud parents, Jose & Amy. Congratulations, Mateo!

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