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Myra Crownover

Republican — Representative — District 64
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Myra Crownover represents House District 64 in the Texas House, is a member of two committees, and is the primary sponsor of 251 bills.

2000 117480.0
2002 73391.19
2004 67500.0
2006 116799.4
2008 210853.43
2010 160064.08
2012 165673.03

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Capitol address:

    P.O. Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Phone: 512-463-0582
  • District address:

    P.O. Box 535
    Lake Dallas, TX 75065
    Phone: 940-321-0013



News and Blog Coverage

Speaker Straus Names Rep. Otto as Chief Budget Writer in House

*Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout. House Speaker Joe Straus released his committee assignments Wednesday, including new chairmen for the two high-profile committees that will take the lead on writing the budget and crafting tax cuts. Straus picked state Rep. John Otto , R-Dayton, as chairman of the ...

The Brief: Dec. 1, 2014

The Big Conversation A story published over the weekend by the D.C-based political news organization Politico gave details on Gov. Rick Perry 's prep work this week and month for a possible second run for the White House in 2016. "The small-group sessions kick off Tuesday and Wednesday in Austin ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • HB 4176

    Relating to the territory, board, and operation of the Lake Cities Municipal Utility Authority.

  • HB 3782

    Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to provide water and sewer service to areas within the municipal boundaries without obtaining a certificate of public convenience and necessity.

  • HB 3781

    Relating to creation of the Texas Health Improvement Network.

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  • HB 4105

    Relating to the funding, issuing, and litigation of certain marriage licenses.

  • HB 3246

    Relating to the authority of a pharmacist to dispense and deliver tobacco cessation drugs.

  • HB 26

    Relating to state economic development measures, including administration of the Texas Enterprise Fund, creation of the Economic Incentive Oversight Board and the governor's university research initiative, abolishment of the Texas emerging technology fund and certain programs administered by the Texas Economic Development Bank, and renaming the Major Events trust fund to the Major Events Reimbursement Program.

Recent Votes

HB 2244

final passage

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 14194.0
•••No: 21.0
•••Other: 64.0
HB 2505

to engrossment

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 7751.0
•••No: 6040.0
•••Other: 128.0
HB 786

final passage

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 9060.0
•••No: 4731.0
•••Other: 128.0
HB 2557

final passage

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 14093.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 96.0
HB 2559

final passage

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 14295.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 74.0
HB 3227

final passage

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 7651.0
•••No: 6342.0
•••Other: 106.0
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