State Rep. Ron Reynolds Responds to Negative Smears of Campaign Opponent
MISSOURI CITY, TX (April 14, 2016) -- In response to the negative smears disseminated in a press release by House District 27 opponent, Angelique Bartholomew, Rep. Reynolds issued the following statement:
Rep. Ron Reynolds Advances to May 24, 2016 Primary Election Runoff
A big "Thank You" to all of our supporters! We are so very appreciative and humbled by the degree to which you rallied behind our campaign. A runoff of the top two candidates is required. I will need your help on May 24, to vote again to re-elect me as State Representative for District 27 in the primary runoff. Early election for the primary runoff is May 16-20. Any non-registered voter must be registered to vote by April 25, to vote in the primary runoff.
State Rep. Reynolds Runs for Re-election
State Representative Ron Reynolds (D-Fort Bend County Texas, District 27) announced his intention to run for another term in September of 2015. Elected in 2010 as the first African American State Representative in Fort Bend County since Reconstruction, Reynolds has made a lasting positive impact on the constituents of District 27.
Rep. Reynolds Passes HB 2599 to Utilize Local Sales Tax Revenue to Build or Improve Roads in Fort Bend County
AUSTIN -- Representative Reynolds recently passed House Bill 2599, which will allow a County Assistance District to build or improve county and state roads within city limits with local sales tax revenue.
Rep. Reynolds Files Legislation to Create a Fund at TxDOT to Help Disadvantaged Businesses Compete in the Marketplace
AUSTIN -- State Representative Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City HD 27) recently filed HB 880, creating a disadvantaged business assistance program to be operated by the Texas Department of Transportation. As a small business owner, Rep. Reynolds believes state agencies can play a vital role in assisting businesses that are identified as disadvantaged.
Texas School Discipline Practices Target African-American Students
While society has made definite progress in turning Dr. King's dream into a reality, injustices against children still exist in our cities and communities. In K-12 schools--places where they should be safe--African-American youth are subjected to biased school discipline practices that are harming their prospects of success.
Texas House Democratic Whip Ron Reynolds Statement Following Chief Justice Nathan Hecht State of the Judiciary Address
AUSTIN (Feb. 19, 2015) -- Texas House Democratic Whip Ron Reynolds (Fort Bend County-D, District 27) released the following statement after Chief Justice Nathan Hecht delivered his State of the Judiciary Address: "The phrase 'Equal Justice Under Law', which is carved in stone above our Supreme Court, exemplifies the purpose of the judiciary. Our courts are tasked with keeping this promise every day as litigants pursue justice in millions of civil, criminal, and family proceedings. Whether rich or poor, young or old, strong or weak, our judiciary serves as the ultimate equalizer," said Rep. Reynolds.