Ethics Explorer A Guide to the Financial Interests of Elected Officials

Rep. John Wray District 10 (R-Waxahachie)

B.S., Texas A&M; J.D., University of Texas
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Financial Statements

Sources of Income

  • Wray is an attorney specializing in estate planning and probate law at Wray, Willett and Stoffer PLLC, and he co-owns a small affiliated title company in Ellis County.

  • Wray works as a board member of Citizens National Bank of Texas and First Citizens Bancshares Inc. in Waxahachie.

  • Wray is vice president of the Waxahachie-based business Parks Street Properties, which has 17 rental properties in Ellis County. He is also involved with FM 1446 LLC, a company that owns three dozen rental properties, a commercial building and a lot in Ellis County, through a family trust. He is a managing member for 101 South College St LLC.

  • He is also the listed as the manager of Halijon Energy Holdings LLC, which owns mineral interests in Young County that are worth more than $50,000. He is a director at JBS Properties LLC and holds business interests in Morgan Wray Partners Ltd., Chautauqua House Management LLC and Silent Investments LLC.


  • Residential property in Waxahachie valued at $372,350

  • More than 450 acres of agricultural land in Ellis County valued at $296,840

  • A condo in Austin valued at $416,561


  • Wray's campaign received financial support from Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC, a tort reform group, and the Texas Association of Realtors. Wray himself is a lawyer and owns a small real estate title company.