Find Out Who Represents You Ahead of Special Session

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The Senate Chamber in the capitol building in Austin will be the site of a special legislative session in July.

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The Senate Chamber in the capitol building in Austin will be the site of a special legislative session in July.

The 30-day special session called by Gov. Greg Abbott begins Tuesday and will address 20 agenda items selected by the governor. Included are public school finance reform, property tax legislation, a proposal on municipal annexation, a “bathroom bill” that would restrict the use of public bathrooms by transgender Texans, and legislation that would prohibit the use of taxpayer funding to subsidize health providers that also perform abortions.

The Rivard Report has compiled a guide that will help readers get in touch with their representatives in order to make their voices heard on important issues at the state and federal level. Each map includes contact information for the Texas House of Representatives, Texas Senate, and the state Congressional delegation.

You can find out who represents you by searching each map by zip code. You will find a search bar by moving your mouse to the top left corner of each graph. Hover over your neighborhood to find contact information for your representative. Click through the gallery below for more details on each representative.

Not sure if you have the right representative? You can always confirm your findings using the State’s Who Represents Me? tool.

 

Texas House Representatives

 

Texas Senators

 

 

U.S. Representatives & U.S. Senators for Texas

 

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