Provided by John Frullo Campaign
State Representative John Frullo (R-Lubbock) today announced his candidacy for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives in District 84.
"It's an honor to serve District 84 and Lubbock County as your State Representative" said Frullo. "We faced an unprecedented budget shortfall this legislative session, tough decisions had to be made and we were able to balance the state budget without raising taxes," he added.
Representative Frullo authored four House bills that passed and was the House sponsor on four Senate bills that also passed.
During the 82nd Legislature, Rep. Frullo co-sponsored key conservative legislation: SB14 "Voter I.D.", HB15 "Sonogram Bill" and HB274 "Loser Pays" lawsuit reform.
Rep. Frullo authored and passed HB3746 Internet Crimes against Children, also known as "Alicia's Law", which gives law enforcement administrative subpoena power to fight child pornography and child abuse.
Rep. Frullo joint authored HB1000 which creates a distribution system for the National Research University Fund and is an important component in Texas Tech's efforts to achieve Tier One status.
This Legislative session, Representative Frullo served on the important State Affairs and Government Efficiency & Reform Committees.
The Texas Association of Business named Rep. Frullo a "Champion for Free Enterprise".
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility recognized Rep. Frullo as a "Taxpayers Advocate".
Because he was elected to serve the remainder of an un-expired term, Representative Frullo is seeking what will officially be his third-term in the Texas House.