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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 eight committees, and is the primary sponsor of 370 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 Office:

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

    900 Austin Avenue, Suite 500
    Waco, Texas 76701
    Phone: 254-772-6225
  • District Office:

    1315 Waters Edge Drive, Suite 116
    Granbury, Texas 76048
    Phone: 817-573-9622

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News and Blog Coverage

Only One Private Texas University Adopting Campus Carry

Thanks to a new state law, properly licensed college students, faculty and visitors across Texas will be allowed to carry their concealed guns into campus buildings beginning Monday. But that right will be mostly limited to public schools. All but one private university have opted out of the state's controversial ...

The Brief: Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination in Philadelphia

The Big Conversation The Democratic National Convention concluded on Thursday with Hillary Clinton accepting its nomination for president — making her the first woman to serve as a major party’s standard-bearer — and after some Texans took the convention stage. The Washington Post’s Dan Balz writes that Clinton’s speech “described ...

Bullet Train Critics Hope to Stop Project in its Tracks Next Year

*Correction appended The state Legislature could put up major road blocks next year for a private firm's plans to build a high-speed rail project connecting Houston and Dallas now that a federal transportation board has decided the project falls under state jurisdiction. The Surface Transportation Board decided last week that ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • SR 1060

    Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, S.B. 11.

  • SR 950

    In memory of the life of William R. Moody.

  • SR 681

    Recognizing the opening of the Texas Public Policy Foundation's new headquarters.

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  • SR 678

    Declaring May of 2015 as Syringomyelia Awareness Month in Texas.

  • SR 660

    Recognizing members of the Burleson Young Executives Alliance on the occasion of their visit to the Capitol.

  • SR 646

    Recognizing Toni Brown-Belew on the occasion of her retirement.

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