Rep. Phil King District 61 (R-Weatherford)
- B.A., Dallas Baptist University; M.B.A., Dallas Baptist University; J.D., Texas Wesleyan University
- Environmental Regulation
- Energy Resources
- State & Federal Power & Responsibility, Select (Chair)
Sources of Income
King is a partner in Eggleston, Flowers & King, a general business law firm in Weatherford.
He has interests in several Weatherford-based businesses, including King Investments.
He has shares in CSIdentity Corp and Heritage Bankcorp TX Inc.
King's financial statement lists income from a family trust.
He is a member of the Texas State Guard.
Residential property in Weatherford valued at $259,000
There are also five properties on more than 200 acres of ranchland belonging to a family trust with a value of $2,602,690.
- Bob Perry: $185,500
- Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC: $95,081
- AT&T PAC: $64,284
- James and Cecilia Leininger: $51,000
- HILLCO PAC: $42,756
- Texas Optometric PAC: $39,000
- CenterPoint Energy PAC: $35,000
- Doylene Perry: $35,000
- Verizon Good Government Club - TX: $34,000
- Rural Friends of Electric Cooperatives: $33,400
In 2009, King was fined $1,300 by the Ethics Commission, which found evidence of some conversion of political funds for personal use, for dry-cleaning expenditures (which are not reimbursable from political funds). King made reimbursements to his campaign. King attributed the issue to ambiguity in the reporting rules.
A 2008 article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram found that the president of AT&T had written a letter urging employees to help re-elect King, then head of the House Regulated Industries Committee. King had said he did not know of any AT&T workers who were campaigning for him.