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On January 6, a special election was held to select a new state representative to fill the vacated seat of Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt, who resigned. In this election, John Cyrier received more than 46% of the vote and won every county in the district. Now, a runoff election is scheduled for February 17 to finish selecting our new state representative. Early voting begins February 9. Texas House District 17 includes Bastrop, Caldwell, Gonzales, Lee, and Karnes counties.

A former county commissioner and local business owner John Cyrier, has worked closely with local business and civic leaders throughout House District 17. John is the founder and CEO of Sabre Commercial and serves on non-profit boards throughout the community, as well as the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.

I enjoyed being around area Volunteer and Municipal Fire Departments today during the last of several days of hard training for their Red Card. This training is in preparation to serve during wildfires. Much appreciation goes out to the participants and the Texas A&M Forest Service who did the instruction.

Getting the 1917 Model T Ford Utility Truck ready for the Luling Watermelon Thump Parade tomorrow.

I had a great time the last couple days moving this 1940 WWII NA64 Yale from Del Rio with my brother, Mark. The plane has not flown for more than 25 years. Mark hopes to have us flying in two years.

Bastrop lawsuit points to hazards of serving on unpaid water...

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About a year ago, Ken Daughtry awoke in the middle of the night in a cold, uncomfortable sweat.

I am grateful for the service of our groundwater conservation district board members and honored to pass HB 3163 through the Texas Legislature to protect them from personal lawsuits for their service to our communities. http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/bastrop-lawsuit-points-to-hazards-of-serving-on-un/nmYf6/?mc_cid=4fd26dde1e&mc_eid=68603fa5ab#8e81b97a.3685228.735758#__federated=1

Comptroller Glenn Hegar Reminds Texans of Resources Available for Disaster Relief (AUSTIN) — With the Governor’s Office adding dozens of counties to its disaster declaration due to recent severe weather events, Comptroller Glenn Hegar today reminded Texans about resources available to help those affected recover from the damage caused by tornadoes, heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and flooding. Persons with Texas property that has been damaged or destroyed by natural disasters can claim an exemption from sales tax on labor charges to repair the damage. In addition, affected business owners can request a time extension to file a tax return and pay any taxes due. The Comptroller will grant these extensions up to 90 days. For more information, or to request a tax filing extension, call 1-800-252-5555. For a complete list of disaster resources available from the Comptroller’s office, as well as from other state and federal offices, visit http://www.comptroller.texas.gov/disaster/. See Governor Greg Abbott’s proclamation for a list of the 46 counties added to Texas’ disaster declaration.

I cast my last vote today of the 84th Legislative Session. Since my swearing in March 3rd, I made 1,791 votes not including those in committee. It has been and honor to make those votes on behalf of House District 17.

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