Meet John Raney

A life-long resident of Brazos County, a small business owner for over 40 years, and a member of the Class of ’69, John Raney has a deep understanding and great passion for his community. As an experienced and engaged leader, he has dedicated his life to building the Republican Party and strengthening the conservative movement in Texas. John considers it a great honor to serve as State Representative for District 14 in the Texas Legislature, and values the trust placed in him for this responsibility. He has the experience and knowledge to get the job done, applying common sense, making educated decisions, and staying true to his conservative principles. Read more ›

In The News

Governor Abbott Signs SB 753, Protecting Employees with IDD

Austin, TX – On Friday, Governor Abbott signed into law Senate Bill 753, a bill authored by Senator Joan Huffman (R-Houston) and sponsored in the Texas House by State Representative John Raney (R-Bryan/College Station). SB 753 eliminates the predatory practice of paying subminimum wage to persons with intellectual and development disabilities (IDD) by a business […]

Texas House Passes Transformational School Finance Legislation

House Bill 3, co-authored by Rep. John Raney (R- Bryan-College Station), invests $9 billion in Texas classrooms to improve public education and provide property tax relief AUSTIN, Texas — Today the Texas House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed House Bill 3, co-authored by State Representative John Raney, that invests $9 billion in Texas classrooms to boost […]

Raney’s HB 1682 Enhances the Safety of Children in Licensed Day Care Centers

(AUSTIN, TX)  Today, Rep. Raney (R-Bryan/College Station) participated in a press conference hosted by Children at Risk and joined by fellow Senate and House colleagues to discuss support of safe, quality child care HB 1682, authored by Raney, would direct the Health and Human Services Commission’s child care licensing representatives to complete a short survey […]

OpEd: Looking to our Future – Transportation

During the 85th session, nearly 7,000 bills were filed and approximately 900 of those were monitored by TxDOT. That fact alone demonstrates that transportation is a huge segment of the Texas economy and vitally important to every part of our state. Additionally, according to the Texas Office of the State Demographer, Texas’s population may double by […]