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

Rep. Raney Amends Texas U.S. Congressional Map

In a coordinated effort with Senate and House Redistricting Chairs, Joan Huffman and Todd Hunter, State Representative John Raney (Bryan-College Station) was successful in amending Senate Bill 6, bringing Brazos County wholly within one congressional district, District 10, represented by Congressman Michael McCaul. State Representative Kyle Kacal, also representing Brazos County, strongly supported the effort […]

Representative Raney Now Accepting TASSP Nomination Applications

BRYAN, TEXAS – The Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program (TASSP) is now open for nominations for the 2021-2022 academic year. The TASSP was created for students committed to their education and service. Selected students will be awarded up to $10,000. The TASSP encourages students to complete a baccalaureate degree and become a member of one […]

Rep. Raney Files House Joint Resolution to Modernize Legislature Efficiency

Austin, TX – Today, State Representative John Raney (Bryan/College Station) filed HJR 152 that would allow Texans to vote on a constitutional amendment to modernize the organization and procedures of the Texas Legislature. Currently, the Texas Legislature convenes its regular session on the second Tuesday of January in odd numbered years for 140 days. A […]