House Democrats Freshman of the Year excited for strong sophomore session
November 3, 2020
AUSTIN – Following historic turnout in Williamson County, Rep. John Bucy III has been re-elected to the Texas House of Representatives for District 136. After preliminary results were released, Rep. Bucy received 53.26 percent of the vote, with a 10,057 vote lead over his opponent. In response to the election results, Rep. Bucy issued the below statement:
I want to thank the voters of House District 136 for their trust in me to continue fighting for all of our families at the Texas Capitol. My top priorities next session will be to expand Medicaid, protect funding for our public schools and teachers, develop a COVID-19 economic recovery plan for Texas’ families and small business, pass criminal justice reform, and expand voting rights for every Texan.
I’m incredibly grateful to my wife and daughter, Molly and Bradley, my family, my campaign team, and each of our volunteers, as well as the Williamson County Democratic Party, the Texas House Democratic Campaign Committee, and all of the great ally organizations that helped ensure we had the resources and support to run a robust campaign. We have a lot of work ahead of us, but together, we will make Texas as good as its promise.”