Rep. Tracy King District 80 (D-Batesville)
- Business Owner, Real Estate, Ranching/Agriculture, Oil & Gas
- B.S., Texas A&M University
- Agriculture & Livestock (Chair)
- Natural Resources
Sources of Income
His company, King Investments, is a Uvalde-based ranching and oil business. King Investments also manages rental properties.
According to his 2011 personal financial statement, King's stock holdings include General Electric, Central Goldtrust FD, AT&T, Yum Brands and Heritage Bank.
King also has some mineral interests in Dimmit County.
21 properties in Uvalde County valued at $982,803
- Texans for Insurance Reform: $36,949
- Dolph Briscoe Jr.: $32,500
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC: $27,500
- Texas Partnership PAC: $20,026
- John R Weisman: $19,000
- Texas Hearing Aid Association: $18,750
- Steve LaMantia: $18,500
- TEXAS FARM BUREAU: $18,040
- Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas: $18,000
- Yarborough Land L.P.: $15,000
King has received money from the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas ($12,500 as of Nov. 14, 2012) and authored a few bills (most recently HJR 113 in 2011, which did not pass) that would authorize gaming conducted by the tribe. The tribe has land in King's district, in Maverick County.
The Texas Hearing Aid Association (of which King, who was in the hearing aid business for nearly 25 years, is a volunteer past president) is one of his biggest donors — as of Nov. 14, 2012, he was the only lawmaker it had given money to ($18,750). In 2009 he authored a related law, HB 594, that altered and clarified some licensing requirements for hearing aid dispensers. King says he had already sold his own hearing-aid business when he introduced the bill.