State Sen. Kelly Hancock

District 9 (R-North Richland Hills)

Personal Profile

Full Name: Kelly Hancock
Age: 50
Hometown: North Richland Hills
Race: White
Occupation: Wholesale Distribution
Education: B.B.A., Baylor University
Spouse: Robin

Financial Statements

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Candidacy

Texas Senate District 9

Election Info

2014 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2012 General Election
Won with 58.37% of vote
2012 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 64.96% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2010 General Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2010 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 75.36% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2008 General Election
Won with 61.27% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2008 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2006 General Election
Won with 59.07% of vote
Texas House District 91, 2006 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 52.46% of vote

Political Profile

Current Office: Texas Senate
District: 9
Party: Republican Party
Term Expiration: 2015
Term Length: 4 years
Committees
  • Economic Development (Vice-Chair)
  • Jurisprudence
  • Business & Commerce
  • Administration
  • Transportation
Staffers
Mia McCord Chief of Staff
Texas Senate District 9 Facts
District Map (pdf)
Population & Household Profile
Education & Employment Profile
Income & Housing Profile
County Report (pdf)
City & CDP Report (pdf)
School District Report (pdf)
Zip Code Report (pdf)
Precinct Report (pdf)

Contact Info

Email: [email protected]
Website: Senator Kelly Hancock: District 9
Twitter: @KHancock4TX
Capitol Office
Room: GE.7
Address: P.O. Box 12068
Austin, TX 78711
Phone: 512-463-0109
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Twitter Feed

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