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Texas.gov is the official website of Texas state government.
Who Represents Me?
Who Represents Me?
Enter Zip Code and address to find your U.S. and Texas Senate, House and State Board of Education representatives,
“The Executive Department of the State shall consist of a Governor, who shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the State, a Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Commissioner of the General Land Office, and Attorney General.” (Texas Constitution. Art. 4. Sec. 1. Amended Nov. 7, 1995.)
“The Legislative power of this State shall be vested in a Senate and House of Representatives, which together shall be styled ‘The Legislature of the State of Texas.’” (Texas Constitution. Art. 3. Sec. 1)
Texas Constitution, Laws, Rules and Regulations
Other Texas Government Resources
House Research Organization
An independent administrative department of the Texas House of Representatives and a nonpartisan source of impartial information on legislation and issues considered by the Texas Legislature. Provides floor reports, focus reports, bill analyses, constitutional amendment analyses.
Legislative Reference Library of Texas
Information relating to the Texas Legislature including Texas statutes and session laws, legislative bill files (63rd-present) and Legislative Archive System scanned bill files (58th-77th).
Texas Ethics Commission
A repository of required disclosure statements for state officials, candidates, political committees, and lobbyists.
Texas Demographic Center (TDC)
The TDC functions as a focal point for the production, interpretation, and distribution of demographic information for Texas. The TDC produces and disseminates population estimates and projections for Texas, as well as other demographic information. Special emphasis is placed on data that may be useful to policy makers in dealing with issues regarding the demand for State services.
Texas Association of Counties
Serves as a central source for county data. Includes county data, maps, and an elections database.