Bohac Outlines Legislative Priorities and Announces Staff

Rep. Dwayne Bohac Sworn in to Office for

82nd Session of the Texas Legislature

Outlines legislative priorities and announces staff


AUSTIN, TEXAS–State Rep. Dwayne Bohac (R-Houston) was sworn in to office on January 11th along with 149 other members of the Texas House of Representatives and is pleased to announce his Capitol staff for the 82nd Legislative Session.


Bohac, a lifelong resident of District 138, has worked with local community leaders to improve the greater Spring Branch and Oak Forest communities since being elected in 2002.  In previous sessions Bohac has fought for and will continue to work hard to lower taxes on both homeowners and businesses, improve our public school system, reduce crime through tough, common sense measures, reduce urban blight, pass voter photo ID legislation, increase border security and focus on measures that grow the Texas economy. 


"It is an honor for me to represent my friends and neighbors in the Texas House.  I grew up here, attended our local public schools and now, with my wife Dawn, am raising our four children here.  My experience as a neighbor, husband, father and friend help guide me through the difficult decisions we face in Austin, " said Bohac. 


In addition to being sworn in to office, Bohac is pleased to announce his staff for the 82nd Legislative Session.


Manny Salazar will continue to serve as Rep. Bohac's Chief of Staff.  He has worked with  Bohac for two previous sessions--in 2007 as Legislative Director and 2009 as Chief of Staff.  The 82nd session will be the fourth that he has worked in Austin.  He graduated from Texas A&M University-Kingsville with a degree in Political Science. 

District Director Kay Clinton will continue serving the district while temporarily in Austin for the session.  Kay has been a proud Houstonian for over 30 years and has served in the capacity of District Director for six years.  Prior to joining Rep. Bohac’s staff, she worked for six years in former Tax Assessor-Collector Paul Bettencourt’s office.

Bradley Pepper will serve as the Legislative Aide to Rep. Bohac for the 82nd Legislative Session.  A veteran of dozens of political and issue campaigns, Bradley joins the staff after most recently working as a Principal for the Houston-based, political consulting and public affairs firm, Colon and Company.  A graduate of the University of Virginia, Bradley has concentrated on policy research and the legislative process throughout his political career. 

This session Adrianne Fore will serve as Administrative Aide. She has previously worked as an intern for Representative Bohac during the 80th Legislative Session. She was born and raised in Houston and recently graduated from Pepperdine University.

Back in the district, Lois Stromberg and Wes Krueger will continue to serve as local Neighborhood Liaisons. They maintain a vital link to the district as the eyes and ears of the representative while he is away in Austin.  Lois has lived and been an active member of  the Spring Branch community for over 30 years, while Wes has lived in the Oak Forest area for nearly 50 years.    

The 82nd Legislative Session began January 11th and will last until May 30th, 2011.  Bohac was first elected to represent his community in November 2002 and currently serves on the Ways and Means, Elections, and Local and Consent Calendars Committees.  His district is generally comprised of the Bear Creek, Spring Branch, Cy-Fair, Oak Forest, Garden Oaks communities of west and northwest Houston.


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