Texas state rep District 114

Luisa Del Rosal
Brief Biography
  • Current Executive Director for two research and public policy centers at Southern Methodist University

  • 2018 Dallas Business Journal “40 under 40 Award” recipient

Economy
  • Advocates for balanced budget cutting wasteful spending

  • Committed to protecting “Republican free-market principle”

education
  • Ran Education Is Freedom, providing students with internship opportunities to better prepare them for the workforce and college

  • Supports innovative education solutions 

  • Advocates for school safety and mental health services

Other prioities
  • Introduced legislation to “allow testing of cutting edge pipeline safety technologies in everyday applications”

  • Cosponsored legislation to invest $1.5 trillion in creating jobs through

    • rebuilding transportation, schools, and other infrastructure 

    • advancing carbon capture technology 

    • bolstering energy efficiencies in buildings

John Turner
Brief Biography
  • Previously worked as a Dallas-based attorney

  • Represented 88 Texas school districts in litigation to increase state funding

  • Named one of the Best Freshmen Legislators by Capitol Inside

Economy
  • Advocates for property tax relief through homestead exemptions

  • Opposed the effort to increase sales taxes in 2019 session

Education
  • Co-authored a bill increasing funding for students and salaries and benefits for teachers

  • Lowered local school M&O property tax rates in District 114 by almost 9%

  • Co-authored bill increasing access to pre-K

other priorities
  • Supporting local government and first responders

  • Increasing affordable healthcare access, awareness, and availability

  • Renewing and committing to basic civil values