State Senator Kelly Hancock to Seek District 9 Reelection

September 21, 2017

Sept. 21, 2017

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Hancock recognized by Gov. Greg Abbott for conservative leadership in Texas Senate

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX – Sen. Kelly Hancock today announced plans to seek reelection to the Texas Senate. Hancock represents Senate District 9, which includes portions of Tarrant and Dallas Counties.

“Each day I have the opportunity to represent our community in the Texas Senate is a privilege,” said Sen. Hancock. “I look forward to spending the next year talking with District 9 voters about what we’ve accomplished so far and the important work left to do. I hope to earn their continued trust and support.”

Hancock is a Fort Worth native, local businessman, and dedicated family man first elected to the Texas Legislature in 2007. He served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives before joining the Texas Senate in 2013.

The Senator has established a reputation as a legislative leader who can be counted on to support a balanced state budget, lower taxes, and greater individual freedoms, receiving formal recognition as a “Courageous Conservative,” a “Champion of Small Business” and a “Taxpayer Hero.”

“Kelly Hancock is a conservative leader Texans can depend on to fight for limited government, lower taxes, and family values,” said Gov. Greg Abbott. “It’s important that we keep genuine public servants like him in the Texas Legislature.”

In addition to his responsibilities as Chairman of the Senate’s Business and Commerce Committee, Hancock is a sitting member of the Natural Resources and Economic Development, Transportation, and budget-writing Finance committees.

Kelly and his wife, Robin, are both graduates of Richland High School and Baylor University. They have been happily married for 30 years and have three adult children: Chloe (Greg), Skylar (Aaron), and Harrison.

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