Phil King (Texas politician)

Phil King (Texas Politician)

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Phil King (Texas politician)

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Phillip Stephen "Phil" King (born February 29, 1956) is a Weatherford, Texas, attorney who has been a conservative Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives since 1999. He represents District 61, which encompasses Parker and Wise counties to the west of Fort Worth.

Conservative legislator

King was named "Outstanding Legislator of the Year" by the Texas Alliance for Life. He has been cited by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a national bipartisan interest group of more than 2,400 state legislators committed to Jefferson principles of limited government, free enterprise, federalism, and individual liberty.

Election History

King was nominated without opposition in the 1998 Republican primary when the incumbent, Ric Williamson, did not seek re-election. In the general election, King defeated the Democratic candidate, Brenda Brown Rotramble, 21,200 (64.6 percent) to 11,626 (35.4 percent). (At the time, the district included a portion of neighboring Cooke County.)

King ran unopposed in 2000.

In 2002, King defeated the Democratic candidate Mack Dobbs, 25,525 (69 percent) to 11,475 (31 percent).

In 2004, King once again ran unopposed.

In 2006, King defeated the Libertarian candidate Richard Forsythe, Jr., 27,470 (80.4 percent to 6,696 (19.6 percent), in the general election the Democratic Party did not field a candidate.

In 2008, King faced two opponents in the general election, Democratic candidate Charles...
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