The Texas State Senate: District 9
Senator Kelly Hancock: District 9
Occupation: Business Owner
Education: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Baylor University
Legislative Experience: House Member, 2006 - 2012; Senate Member, 2013 - present
Hometown: North Richland Hills
First elected to the Texas Senate in 2012, Kelly Hancock represents Senate District 9, which includes portions of Tarrant and Dallas Counties. He served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives where he advocated for core conservative values of limited government, lower taxes, and strong family values.
Throughout his legislative career, Senator Hancock has worked to pass voter identification legislation, pro-life legislation, eminent domain legislation, immigration reform legislation, and state sovereignty legislation.
Numerous organizations including the Texas Conservative Coalition, the National Coalition for Capital, and the Texas Conservative Roundtable have acknowledged Senator Hancock for his efforts in promoting fiscal responsibility and conservative values. He has been recognized as a "Courageous Conservative," a "Champion of Small Business," and a "Lone Star Conservative Leader." Senator Hancock also received the 2015 Guardian of Small Business award from the National Federation of Independent Business.
A graduate of Baylor University with a degree in business, Senator Hancock possesses an extensive business background through his work at Advanced Chemical Logistics, his family-founded company. His commitment to public service began shortly after the birth of his first child, Chloe. As a parent dedicated to a strong education system, Senator Hancock spent the next 13 years serving on the Birdville ISD School Board.
The Senator and his wife, Robin, have been married for 28 years and have three children: Chloe, Skylar and Harrison.
[ Archives: 2015 | 2013 ]
September 1, 2015
News Alert: Hancock Balance Billing Legislation Takes Effect
August 27, 2015
Sen. Kelly Hancock Hosts District 9 Open House
July 20, 2015
Sen. Hancock Names Texas Armed Services Scholarship Recipient
April 9, 2015
Sen. Kelly Hancock's Bill to Recalculate State Spending Limit Passes Senate
March 26, 2015
Hancock Balance Billing Legislation Approved in Committee
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September 30, 2013
Senator Hancock's Capitol Report 2013
| Capitol Address
|The Honorable Kelly Hancock
P.O. Box 12068
Austin, Texas 78711
|9121 Belshire Drive, Suite 200
North Richland Hills, Texas 76182
(817) 514-3806 (fax)
84th Session Committee Membership
District Analysis: District 9