Tribpedia: Ron Reynolds

Ron Reynolds, is State Representative for Fort Bend County's House District 27. He is the first African American elected as State Representative in Fort Bend County since Reconstruction. Ron represents parts of Houston, Missouri City, Sugar Land, Pearland, Stafford, Fresno and Arcola.

Ron is a graduate of Texas Southern University and received his degree in Public Affairs, "magna cum ...

Top: Angelique Bartholomew, left; Ron Reynolds, right. Bottom: Steve Brown, left; Chris Henderson, right.
Top: Angelique Bartholomew, left; Ron Reynolds, right. Bottom: Steve Brown, left; Chris Henderson, right.

Rep. Ron Reynolds Fending Off Conviction, Challengers

He's appealing a a five-count barratry conviction and facing a field of strong Democratic primary challengers, and yet state Rep. Ron Reynolds is surprisingly upbeat about his chances to keep his seat and his law license.

Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, during a House Environmental Regulations Committee on April 16, 2013.
Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, during a House Environmental Regulations Committee on April 16, 2013.

Barratry Charges Against Ron Reynolds Downgraded

Felony charges against state Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, were dropped Friday and replaced with misdemeanor charges.

Attorney General Ken Paxton, r, with U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Greg Abbott during the press conference praising federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen's immigration ruling on Feb. 18, 2015.
Attorney General Ken Paxton, r, with U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Greg Abbott during the press conference praising federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen's immigration ruling on Feb. 18, 2015.

The Brief: Rangers Asked to Join Paxton Investigation

The question of whether Attorney General Ken Paxton will be charged in connection with his failure to register with the State Securities Board while soliciting clients for investment firms could now rest in the hands of the Texas Rangers.