Texas State Representative Dwayne Bohac

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

As a lifelong resident of House District 138, born and raised in Northwest Houston, improving our local quality of life has always been my top priority. That’s why I have fought for lower taxes and job creation, worked to increase the use of retention ponds, cracked down on nuisance apartments, helped pass stronger border security measures, and worked with parents, teachers and local school board members to improve education.

With your support, I will continue to work hard and deliver results for our local community. Please take a minute to explore my website and don’t hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or need assistance.

Sincerely,

Dwayne Bohac’s signature

2018 General Election

Primary Election: March 6, 2018
General Election: November 6, 2018


Dwayne’s Endorsements for the 2018 Election Cycle

  • Governor Greg Abbott
  • U.S. Congressman Ted Poe
  • State Senator Paul Bettencourt
  • County Commissioner Jack Cagle
  • County Commissioner Steve Radack
  • Former Spring Branch ISD Superintendent Duncan Klussmann
  • Former Cy-Fair Superintendent David Anthony
  • Former Katy ISD Superintendent Alton Frailey
  • Texas Values Action
  • Texas Alliance for Life
  • Texas Right to Life
  • National Rifle Association
  • Houston Police Officers Association
  • Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
  • Houston Realty Business Coalition
  • “C” Club of Houston

In the News

Representative Dwayne Bohac Presents Ornament Designed by Local High School Student for Texas House Christmas Tree

Representative Dwayne Bohac (Houston) is pleased to present the House District 138 ornament that was hung on the Christmas tree in the Texas House Chamber this week. Every year around Christmas, state legislators from all 150 House Districts choose an organization, school or individual to design an ornament for the official Texas House Christmas Tree. The ornaments, representing the culture and personality of each district, are hung throughout the season on the tree. Rep. Bohac selects a different high school in the district each year to submit the official HD 138 ornament.

Governor Abbott Endorses Dwayne Bohac for Re-election as State Representative

Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Dwayne Bohac for re-election as State Representative of House District 138. Representative Bohac has been a staunch ally of Governor Abbott during his term by working to grow the Texas economy. Texans for Greg Abbott released a video this morning highlighting Rep. Bohac’s commitment to limited government and free-market principles.

Republican Dwayne Bohac to File for Re-election to Texas House District 138

Tomorrow, State Representative Dwayne Bohac will file for re-election to Texas House District 138. The candidate filing period for the 2018 election begins November 11th and ends December 11th. Bohac will file at the Harris County Republican Party Headquarters. “As a lifelong resident of House District 138, I am very familiar with our district and have always worked to listen to our neighbors and deliver results,” said Bohac. “I am proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish for our district and state, but there’s more to be done. That’s why I will continue to focus on improving local quality of life, keeping our taxes low, improving education, and protecting our shared values.”

Ongoing Harvey Recovery Resources

Harris County residents and our Gulf Coast neighbors experienced one of the worst flooding disasters in U.S. history when Hurricane Harvey came ashore in August. As we continue working together on the recovery and rebuilding process, I want to make sure area residents are aware of all the resources available to help them through these trying times. Together, we are Houston Strong!

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Governor Abbott Gives City of Houston $50 Million for Harvey Recovery

Governor Greg Abbott has distributed a $50 million check from his Disaster Relief Fund to help the City of Houston cover debris removal and insurance deductible costs related to Hurricane Harvey. As a result, Mayor Sylvester Turner has withdrawn a proposed one-year property tax rate hike he had originally intended to collect from Houston residents.

West Houston FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Open This Week

I am happy to report that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be opening a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in the heart of West Houston this week. The new DRC will be located at St. John Vianney Church and should be open by Tuesday at the latest. Typically, DRCs are open 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. seven days a week.

FEMA Disaster Centers Now Open

Disaster recovery centers will offer in-person support for families and businesses affected by Harvey. Recovery specialists from FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Administration, and other agencies will be at the centers to help walk you through available assistance and help with the application process if needed.

Important Information on Debris Removal After Harvey

You've pulled out your carpet, removed ruined drywall, and discarded water-logged furniture and appliances. Now, where do you put your debris? As Houston continues to cope with the largest natural disaster we have ever faced and the recovery process begins, I hope you find these resources helpful.

Five Tips from the Texas Department of Insurance

Was your home damaged by Hurricane Harvey? These tips from the Texas Department of Insurance should be helpful in the recovery process.

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“It is vital to Harris County that our legislators understand our needs and have the talent and tenacity to address those needs. Representative Dwayne Bohac understands and gets results. I turn to him often during legislative sessions.”

Ed Emmett, Harris County Judge

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