Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock District 54 (R-Killeen)
Sources of Income
Aycock is employed by Aycock Family Limited Partnership and Kell Branch Properties, LLC.
He has owned and operated veterinary clinics in Killeen, Copperas Cove and Harker Heights.
He has also been involved in ranching and real estate development.
Commercial and residential property in Killeen valued at $298,000
Aycock chairs the Public Education Committee and has filed legislation that affects public schools. Aycock's daughter, Michelle Smith, was previously a lobbyist for education advocacy groups. Smith stepped down from that post in 2015 following attacks from conservative activists over a possible conflict of interest.
Aycock, a veterinarian, has been the top recipient of campaign contributions from the Texas Veterinary Medical Association PAC.
In 2013, Aycock sponsored a bill that put restrictions on veterinary technicians, including requiring decisions on diagnosis and treatment to be made by a supervising veterinarian. The bill, which passed, also prohibited the operation of a satellite office or mobile facility by a vet tech without a supervising veterinarian.