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On August 26, 2014, Senator Brandon Creighton was sworn in the Texas State Senate to represent the citizens of Senate District 4, which encompasses Chambers, Jefferson, and parts of Montgomery, Harris, and Galveston Counties.
Over four terms in the House of Representatives, Brandon earned a reputation as one of the most conservative, hardworking and effective legislators in the Texas Capitol. During his tenure as State Representative for District 16, he was elected by his peers to serve as Chairman of the Texas House Republican Caucus. He also served as Chairman of House Federalism Committees tasked with overseeing the state’s relationship with the federal government and ensuring that Texas’ constitutional rights are protected.
Throughout his legislative career, his priorities have distinguished him as a genuine defender of conservative values including, hammering excessive taxation, implementing, loser pays, tort reform, drug testing for unemployment benefits, standing up for Texas’ 10th Amendment rights and blocking Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
Brandon is an eighth-generation Montgomery County resident, where he resides with his wife, Fawn, and two children: Presleigh (12) and Cannon (5). Brandon is a graduate of the University of Texas and holds his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Oklahoma City University School of Law. In his spare time, he enjoys Texas history, sports, and being outdoors.
Dedicated To Public Service
Brandon has been dedicated to public service his entire adult life. He was a policy advisor in the Texas State Senate. He has worked for both the Texas Attorney General and the Oklahoma Attorney General. In 2006, he was elected to represent Montgomery County in the Texas House of Representatives. Since 2009, he has represented Texas as a member of the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Energy, Transportation and Agriculture Committee.
Brandon has fought for traditional Texas values since joining the Texas House. He received national acclaim for defending Texas’ sovereignty and for passing landmark tort reform legislation. Brandon has been a constant champion for 2nd Amendment rights and for protecting the sanctity of human life. He has also focused on keeping Texas the top job-creating state by securing a stable, long-term water supply and providing an educated workforce. In 2013, he was overwhelmingly elected to chair the House Republican Caucus, serving as majority leader for the largest Republican state House majority in the nation.
Brandon and his wife, Fawn, and their two children are proud members of the Montgomery County community. Brandon is the Vice-President and General Council for Signorelli Company in Conroe. He has served on the board of his local groundwater district and of CASA Child Advocates, he has been a long-standing Montgomery County attorney, he has been a member of the Rotary club, and is a lifetime member of the First Baptist Church of Conroe. Fawn is CEO of the Apollo Hospital in The Woodlands.