State Representative

Myra Crownover's Record

Texans deserve better than politicians who campaign as conservatives at home, but legislate like liberals in Austin. They deserve to know the true record of their elected officials!

Myra Crownover's record as a State Legislator

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Legislative Ratings


Four noteworthy examples from the Fiscal Responsibility Index of Myra Crownover's failing record from the 83rd Legislative Session:

Myra Crownover

  • Voted to increase legislators' pensions

    (SB1 House-Senate conference report, RV1336)

  • Enabled political intimidation of conservatives

    (SB346, RV811)

  • Put arts programs ahead of firefighters

    (SB1, Amendment 20, RV175)

  • Funded corporate welfare programs

    (SB1, Amendment 27, RV158)

Click here for more information about the Fiscal Responsibility Index.

House District 64 is in one of the most conservative in the state, but Myra Crownover has failed to deliver conservative representation in Austin.

As a member of the House Appropriations committee, she voted for a bill that sought to find a “Texas solution” to Medicaid expansion – a sugarcoated version of the Medicaid expansion proposal packaged in ObamaCare.

Crownover has become one of moderate House Speaker Joe Straus’ closest allies – empowering Democrats and holding back conservative reforms.

A 2013 study by Rice University found that Myra Crownover ranked below the Republican average in the Texas House. It should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with her voting record.

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