Vote May 6th!
Early Voting for Round Rock City Council begins Monday, April 24th and ends Tuesday, May 2nd! Join me in voting for Shannon Probe for Round Rock City Council Place 1 and to re-elect Frank Ortega to Round Rock City Council Place 4. Polls are open 8 AM to 6 PM this week through Saturday, April 29th and from 7 AM to 7PM on Monday, May 1st and Tuesday, May 2nd. There…
Rep. Bucy Announces Initial Legislation for 88th Session
Rep. Bucy filed 27 pieces of legislation on the first day of pre-filing for the 88th Legislative Session, including bills to increase healthcare access, raise state employee wages, provide for a cost of living adjustment for retired teachers, improve public school funding, and protect the freedom to vote.
Endorsed by Austin American-Statesman
I’m proud to have once again been endorsed by the Austin American-Statesman for my record of fighting for progressive values and leading on voting rights and healthcare! Read the full endorsement and spread the word.
Early Voting Locations Announced
Early Voting starts Monday, Oct. 24 and runs thru Fri., Nov. 4. Find a Vote Center near you and making your voting plan!
Bucy’s Fall BBQ Fest
Join us for a BBQ fundraiser benefitting Rep. Bucy’s re-election campaign. Meat and veggie options with pie, served alongside beer, lemonade, and tea. Live music and games with activities for kids. Get tickets or sponsor today!
Safe Texas Town Hall
Join Reps. John Bucy III and James Talarico on Tuesday, June 14th at 6:30 PM at the Brushy Creek Community Center for a town hall on gun violence prevention. We have invited representatives from local school districts and law enforcement and will take questions from the audience. Space is limited, so you must RSVP to ensure you have a spot.
John Bucy’s Birthday Bash
Join us for a casual, happy hour event held outdoors on the patio at The Brass Tap in Round Rock from 4:30 to 6:30 PM as we celebrate John’s birthday. Appetizers and cake will be provided. Free garage and street parking nearby. Tickets $38. Sponsorships available.
Thoughts on Shooting in Uvalde
I was a student in high school when Columbine happened. I remember the shock and horror but also the fear that this could happen in my own community. In 20 years, it seems like nothing has changed except that more and more communities have suffered a similar fate. As a father, I cannot begin to fathom the pain and heartbreak the families in Uvalde must be experiencing. This tragedy comes just…
PRESS RELEASE: Texas Ballot By Mail tracking tool
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 14, 2022 TEXAS BALLOT BY MAIL TRACKING TOOL NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE Voters may track the status of applications, ballots by mail on Secretary of State’s website under Bucy’s H.B. 1382 AUSTIN — The Ballot by Mail tracking tool created by H.B. 1382 (87R) is now available online…
CARES Act Letter to Williamson County Commissioners Court
Reps. Vikki Goodwin, Donna Howard, Celia Israel and I sent a letter to County Judge Bill Gravell and the Williamson County Commissioners Court asking them to reconsider their decision on funding for Leander and Round Rock ISD. Students in these districts deserve the same support as any other student in Williamson County to help address the momentous challenges and learning loss we’ve seen under COVID-19.