Phil King

As State Representative for the 61st District, Phil King represents the people of Parker and Wise Counties in the Texas Legislature. He has earned a reputation as a principle-driven conservative who consistently provides key leadership in passing some of Texas´ most sweeping public policy legislation.

Prior to serving in the legislature, King served as a Captain in the Fort Worth Police Department, an instructor at Dallas Baptist University and a Parker County Justice of the Peace. He received a BBA and MBA from Dallas Baptist University and in 1993 earned a law degree from Texas Wesleyan University. Currently, he is a practicing attorney in Weatherford. Representative King and his family are active members of Trinity Bible Church. Phil and his wife Terry are the proud parents of six children and one grandson.

Conservative Bills for Phil King

House Bill 1660 - Pledge with Texans Bill

House bill 1660 improves the administration of the property tax by requiring that one member of the board of directors of an appraisal district be elected.  The addition of an elected director and changes to the appointment of other directors will make appraisal districts more responsive to taxpayers. 

 

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Phil King

In the 81st Legislature, Rep. Phil King authored and passed HB 469.  The bill created incentives for the implementation of certain "clean energy projects" which capture and sequester carbon dioxide that would otherwise be emitted into the atmosphere.

 

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Courageous Conservative Award

In the 82nd Texas Legislature, State Rep. Phil King (R-Weatherford) scored 93.95 percent on the comprehensive TCC scorecard, earning the third-highest ranking in all of the Texas House of Representatives. Rep. King is a Courageous Conservative.

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Rep. Geanie Morrison, President, Texas Conservative Coalition.
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