Angie Chen Button

State Representative Angie Chen Button joins the Texas House for its 81st session. Representative Button was elected to House District 112, which includes parts of Richardson and Garland in Dallas County.  Before her election to the Texas House in 2008, Button had a long record of public service and community involvement in the Metroplex.  She served in leadership positions with Chambers of Commerce, a citizen coalition, and for other civic and non-profit organizations. She has also been part of the Dallas Assembly, the Dallas Summit, and the Women's Museum Advisory Board. 

Button was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1954. As a child, her seven person family lived in a 300 square foot, one-room hut without a kitchen or a bathroom. Button credits education with bringing her a better life. Button is a CPA with Masters' degrees in Public Finance and Management Sciences and has also worked for Texas Instruments since 1981, where she promotes American products internationally as a Marketing Manager.  Button met her husband Darcy as a graduate student at the University of Texas at Dallas. They have lived in Richardson and Garland for 30 years. Their son, Dane is an RISD and University of Texas Graduate. 

Conservative Bills for Angie Chen Button

House Bill 1277

It is important that Texas be able to retain large-scale businesses that create and retain jobs.  HB 1277 authorizes the Texas Enterprise Fund to be used for job retention purposes in times of high unemployment in Texas, as determined by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.

 

Check the status of the bill on the Texas Legislature Online website.

Angie Chen-Button

Rep. Angie Chen-Button is a strong supporter of business growth and limiting taxes in Texas.  This session, as a freshman legislator, Angie was the primary author and helped to pass HB 1205 which facilitates certain property tax refunds to residents of Harris and Dallas counties. 

Legislative Advertising. Brent Connett for
Rep. Geanie Morrison, President, Texas Conservative Coalition.
P.O. Box 2659, Austin TX, 78768 | Phone: 512-474-1798
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