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Brian Birdwell

Republican — Senator — District 22
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Brian Birdwell represents Senate District 22 in the Texas Senate, is a member of nine committees, and is the primary sponsor of 227 bills.

2010 446418.1
2012 262560.54

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

  • Capitol address:

    P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Station
    Austin, TX 78711
    Phone: 512-463-0122
  • District address:

    900 Austin Ave, Suite 500
    Waco, TX 76701
    Phone: 254-772-6225

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News and Blog Coverage

Same Sex Marriage Could Lead To Polygamy & Incest Says Dan Patrick, Ken Paxton & 61 GOP Legislators

On the same day a petition to repeal a measure granting transgender equality failed in Houston, 63 GOP state legislators signed an amicus brief stating that same-sex marriage could lead to legal recognition of polygamy, incest and pedophelia. The group of Republican signatories are members of the Texas Conservative Coalition ...

Guest Column: The 2013 Senate, From Left to Right

Editor's note: Mark P. Jones, chairman of Rice University's political science department, has updated his rankings of Texas state senators based on their votes during this year’s regular and special sessions. Sen. Dan Patrick , R-Houston, was statistically the most conservative senator, while Houston Democrat Sylvia Garcia was the most ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • SR 5

    Recognizing the West Veterans Honor Guard for its contributions to the community.

  • SR 6

    Recognizing the Hillsboro Cotton Pickin' Fair and Barbecue Cook-off.

  • SR 14

    In memory of John Graves.

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  • SB 1

    Relating to the creation and functions of legislative select committees on transportation funding, expenditures, and finance and to the preservation of a sufficient balance in the economic stabilization fund.

  • SJR 1

    Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for the transfer of certain general revenue to the economic stabilization fund and to the state highway fund and for the dedication of the revenue transferred to the state highway fund.

  • SR 39

    Recognizing the REACH Therapeutic Riding Center for its service to wounded veterans.

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