Senator Jane Nelson to Address
Denton County Republicans January 18th
Contact John Dillard at firstname.lastname@example.org
State Senator Jane Nelson will be the keynote speaker at the Thursday, January 18, 2018 monthly meeting of the Denton County Republican Party. She is expected to give an overview of the recent Texas legislative session.
The DCRP meeting will be called to order by Chairman John Dillard promptly at p.m.at the Denton County Elections Administration office located at 701 Kimberly Drive, Suite A101, Denton, TX 76208.
Immediately prior to the meeting at , there will be a social hour for meeting attendees hosted by Andy Eads, candidate for Denton County Judge. Both the social hour and the meeting are open to all interested Republicans.
State Senator Jane Nelson is a businesswoman and former teacher who served two terms on the State Board of Education. She represents District 12, which includes portions of Denton and Tarrant counties.
The highest-ranking Republican in the Senate, Senator Nelson is chair of the Finance Committee, chair of the Senate Select Committee on Cybersecurity and co-chair of the Transition Legislative Oversight Committee, which monitors the reorganization of Texas' health and human services agencies. She is also a member of the State Affairs Committee, the Senate Select Committee on Texas Ports, the Legislative Budget Board, the Legislative Audit Committee, the Partnership Advisory Commission and the Joint Committee to Study Teacher Retirement System Health Benefit Plans.
Senator Nelson has received a perfect 100-percent voting record in support of small businesses, an A-plus rating from the National Rifle Association and a 100-percent pro-life voting score this session from Texas Right to Life. She has been recognized with numerous awards for her consistently conservative legislative record over the years, including Champion for Free Enterprise by the Texas Association of Business and Guardian of Small Business from the National Federation of Independent Business.
She and her husband, Mike, live in Flower Mound. They have five children and eleven grandchildren.