Tan Parker

State Representative Tan Parker represents District 63 and the citizens of Denton County.  Parker began his career in government serving as an intern in the White House under President George H.W. Bush at the direction of C. Boyden Gray, the former Counsel to the President. Parker has a long record of service to the Republican Party, including being a Strike Force leader in the George W. Bush Presidential Campaigns, a President of the University of Dallas College Republicans, State Chairman, College Republicans of Texas, Co-founder, Denton County Young Republicans, and has volunteered in numerous Republican campaigns for more than 17 years.

Representative Parker earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Philosophy from the University of Dallas, and a Master's Degree in Economics with concentration in International Business from the London School of Economics. He has received additional executive education from the University of Pennsylvania, Aresty Institute within the Wharton School of Business.  Parker resides in Flower Mound, Texas with his wife Beth and daughters Lauren and Ashley.

Conservative Bills for Tan Parker

Tan Parker

State Representative Tan Parker co-authored and passed HB 1196.  The bill establishes that if a business that receives a public subsidy is convicted of knowingly employing unauthorized aliens, the business is required to repay the subsidy with interest.


Rep. Tan Parker

State Rep. Tan Parker was a "Courageous Conservative" leader in the 82nd Texas Legislature.  His score of 93.79 on the comprehensive TCC scorecard ranks fourth highest in the Texas House for last session.

Legislative Advertising. Brent Connett for
Rep. Geanie Morrison, President, Texas Conservative Coalition.
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