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Representative Wayne & Brenda Smith

Proud Veteran and Proven Conservative Leader

Wayne first served his Country in Vietnam before moving to Harris County and building a successful small business. Last session he co-authored legislation to put more state troopers and technology on the border and provide $800 million in new funding for border security. He also supported Texas students by adding an additional $1.5 billion for public education, helped pass $4 billion in property tax and business tax cuts, and received a 100% voting record with Texas Right to Life. Read more about Wayne’s conservative record for District 128.

Wayne is proud to be endorsed by Local Conservative Leaders:

Ed Emmett, Harris County Judge • Brian Babin, U.S. Congressman • Jack Morman, Harris County Commissioner • Bill Bailey, Former Harris County Constable • Gary Polland, Texas Conservative Review • Tom Cottar (GOP Precinct Chair) • All Mayors in District 128

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Local Officials, AT&T Collaborate on Scrap Metal Theft Bill, Award Highlands Little League

July 29, 2015

AUSTIN–State Representative Wayne Smith and State Senator Larry Taylor will celebrate the successful passage of legislation seeking to cut down on metal theft in a press conference on Tuesday, July 28 at the Highlands Little League Kaminski Park.  Rep. Smith and Sen. Taylor will be joined by AT&T as the company donates $6,000 to the Highlands Little League to assist with their recovery from recent copper thefts.

Texas House Republican Caucus Statement on Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

June 28, 2015

The Texas House Republican Caucus issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling:

The Texas House Republican Caucus is extraordinarily disappointed in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision. We believe this is a direct assault on the 10th Amendment and the sovereignty of Texas. The Supreme Court was intended to interpret the laws of the United States, not create them as a legislative body.

Representative Smith Completes Another Successful Legislative Session

June 19, 2015

AUSTIN–Representative Wayne Smith (R-Baytown) and his fellow Republican legislators in the Texas House delivered one conservative victory after another in the 84th Legislature by cutting taxes, making the border region safer, improving education, funding transportation, protecting life and defending Second Amendment rights.