Governor Abbott Thanks Lawmakers For Supporting Legislation Addressing Mail-In Ballot Fraud

July 28, 2017 | Austin, Texas | Press Release | Legislative

The following lawmakers have declared their support for HB 184 or SB 5, which address Governor Abbott’s call for cracking down on mail-in ballot fraud. The Governor thanks these members of the legislature for their commitment to maintaining the integrity of the ballot box and ensuring voter confidence in Texas elections.

HB 184 (Goldman, Craig)

Anderson, Charles "Doc"

Anderson, Rodney

Biedermann, Kyle

Bohac, Dwayne

Bonnen, Dennis

Bonnen, Greg

Burkett, Cindy

Burns, DeWayne

Burrows, Dustin

Button, Angie Chen

Cain, Briscoe

Capriglione, Giovanni

Clardy, Travis

Cyrier, John

Dale, Tony

Elkins, Gary

Faircloth, Wayne

Flynn, Dan

Frank, James

Frullo, John

Goldman, Craig

Hefner, Cole

Isaac, Jason

Keough, Mark

King, Phil

Klick, Stephanie

Koop, Linda

Krause, Matt

Lambert, Stan

Landgraf, Brooks

Lang, Mike

Leach, Jeff

Metcalf, Will

Meyer, Morgan

Miller, Rick

Murphy, Jim

Murr, Andrew

Oliverson, Tom

Parker, Tan

Paul, Dennis

Phelan, Dade

Phillips, Larry

Price, Four

Rinaldi, Matt

Roberts, Kevin

Sanford, Scott

Schaefer, Matt

Schofield, Mike

Schubert, Leighton

Shaheen, Matt

Simmons, Ron

Springer, Drew

Stickland, Jonathan

Stucky, Lynn

Swanson, Valoree

Thompson, Ed

Tinderholt, Tony

Villalba, Jason

White, James

Workman, Paul

Zedler, Bill

SB 5 (Hancock, Kelly)

Bettencourt, Paul

Birdwell, Brian

Buckingham, Dawn

Burton, Konni

Campbell, Donna

Creighton, Brandon

Estes, Craig

Hall, Bob

Hancock, Kelly

Huffines, Donald

Huffman, Joan

Hughes, Bryan

Kolkhorst, Lois

Lucio, Eddie

Nelson, Jane

Nichols, Robert

Perry, Charles

Schwertner, Charles

Seliger, Kel

Taylor, Larry

Taylor, Van

*The names above reflect votes cast for legislation, coauthors of bills, press releases announcing legislators’ support for bills, letters to the Governor, and individual legislators’ notification to the Office of the Governor expressing their support for specific bills.