Ethics Explorer A Guide to the Financial Interests of Elected Officials

Rep. John Raney District 14 (R-College Station)

Business Owner
B.B.A., Texas A&M University
Elizabeth Raney
  • House Administration
  • Appropriations
  • Article III Subcommittee, Appropriations
  • Higher Education (Vice-Chair)
Financial Statements

Sources of Income

  • Raney owns and operates the Texas Aggieland Bookstore in College Station

  • Raney and his wife receive income from interest, dividends, royalties, or rent from two duplexes in College Station managed through Century 21, a duplex used by Sungram Kim, and through Wells Fargo Bank at the address where Texas Aggieland Bookstore is located.

  • His wife, Elizabeth Raney, works as a secretary and his daughter, Beth Hawkins, works for Texas Aggieland Bookstore.


  • Residence in Bryan valued at $227,280

  • One commercial lot in College Station valued at $206,550

  • Two residential rental properties in College Station valued at $213,340 and $191,520

  • 35 acres of land in Madison County, which is currently not appraised but was worth $426,150 in 2015


  • Raney has been heavily involved in the National Federation of Independent Business and the Texas Retailers Association.