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
  • Harris County Judge Ed Emmett
  • 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

Buffalo Bayou and Barker Reservoir Watershed Community Engagement Meetings on HCFCD Bond Program Announced

The Harris County Commissioners Court plans to call a flood control district bond election for August 25, 2018—the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey. Registered voters in Harris County will be asked to vote on $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout the county. Community Engagement Meetings began in June, including ones for the Addicks Reservoir and White Oak Bayou watersheds, and now the dates for the Buffalo Bayou and Barker Reservoir watersheds have been announced for July 30th and August 1st.

REMINDER: Addicks Reservoir Watershed Community Engagement Meeting on HCFCD Bond Program is This Thursday

The Harris County Commissioners Court plans to call a flood control district bond election for August 25, 2018—the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey. Registered voters in Harris County will be asked to vote on $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout the county. Community Engagement Meetings are now being scheduled for each watershed and the Addicks Reservoir meeting is this Thursday, June 21st.

2018 Harris County Flood Control District Bond Program Watershed Meetings Announced

The Harris County Commissioners Court plans to call a flood control district bond election for August 25, 2018—the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey. Registered voters in Harris County will be asked to vote on $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout the county. Community Engagement Meetings are now being scheduled for each watershed. As the meetings are scheduled, they will be announced on the Harris County Flood Control Department's website. We will also keep you updated here on Bohac.com.

National Flood Insurance Program Town Hall with FEMA This Tuesday

I am pleased to announce that I will be co-hosting an event with State Representative Jim Murphy (District 133) bringing Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives to West Houston this Tuesday, June 5th. I invite you and your neighbors to attend and meet with FEMA staff to discuss National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) claims issues and the continued recovery after Harvey. This is a great opportunity to meet with FEMA representatives who can answer your specific NFIP questions and provide valuable information about the rebuilding process as it continues in our community.

This Memorial Day

This Memorial Day, I ask that you join me in remembering the men and women of our Armed Services who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. I ask that you take time to fly the American Flag, visit a memorial or cemetery, or teach your children or grandchildren about freedom’s great price.

Vote in Tuesday's Republican Primary Runoff Election

This Tuesday, May 22nd, is Election Day for the Republican Primary Runoff Election. Polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM. Any registered voter may participate in the Republican Primary Runoff Election—even if you didn’t vote in the regular Republican March Primary—as long as you did not vote in the March Democratic Primary Election.

Have You Voted Yet?

Have you voted yet in the Republican Primary Runoff Election? Early voting ends this Friday, and Election Day is next Tuesday, May 22nd. In this critical election year, don’t let an opportunity to participate by voting pass you by.

Early Voting Now Underway for the Republican Primary Runoff Election

Early voting has started for the runoffs to settle unfinished contests from the March Republican Primary Election. Early polling locations will be open this week through Friday, May 18th, and Runoff Election Day is next Tuesday, May 22nd. Harris County voters can vote prior to Election Day during the early voting period at any one of the Harris County early voting sites.

Governor Abbott Appoints Rep. Dwayne Bohac to Education Commission of the States

Governor Greg Abbott recently announced his appointment of Representative Dwayne Bohac (R-Houston) to the Education Commission of the States, along with three other appointees. The Governor appoints the Texas delegation of the national compact commission, led by Commissioner of Texas Education Agency Mike Morath and Commissioner of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Raymund Paredes.

Hurricane Harvey Recovery Update from the Harris County Flood Control District

In my ongoing commitment to keep my constituents updated on the progress to recover and rebuild from Hurricane Harvey and other recent floods, I wanted to pass along this update from the Harris County Flood Control District regarding sediment removal from Horsepen Creek, Langham Creek and Bear Creek.

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“Dwayne is a true conservative leader who works hard and gets results for our local community and state. I am proud to endorse his reelection to the Texas House of Representatives.”

Dan Patrick, Lieutenant Governor

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