Valoree (Valoree) Swanson (R-150)

State Representative Valoree Swanson

Valoree (Valoree) Swanson (R-150)
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Capitol: 512.463.0572
FAX: 512.463.1908
District: 281.257.4222
Representative
Room E2.710 Capitol Extension 1100 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
23008 Northcrest Drive
Spring, TX 77389
Residence:Spring, TX

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Bio

Valoree Swanson was sworn in as the State Representative for House District 150 on January 10, 2017. A sixth-generation Texan and mother of four grown children, Valoree has strong Texas family roots. After years of homeschooling and sports with her two biological children, she and her husband, Vern, adopted two teenage girls from CPS. Prior to raising children, Valoree worked in commercial real estate, after getting her Bachelor's of Business Administration from Baylor University. Valoree's oldest daughter is a former criminal prosecutor, and her son is a petroleum engineer. Devout Christians, Valoree and Vern have been members of WoodsEdge Community Church for 13 years, where they have served in various ministries. Valoree has been involved in the community for years as a children's Bible study and Sunday school leader, a children's sports team representative and referee, a member of various boards, and in ministries serving the elderly. Valoree was politically involved at an early age. By her own admission, she loves to campaign and is a fierce competitor. She has volunteered during every election cycle in innumerable campaigns and capacities over the years. The Republican Party of Texas recognized Valoree for her tremendous volunteer work in campaigns and other organizations, by awarding her the 2015 Volunteer of the Year for the entire Senate District 7. She served as State Republican Executive Committeewoman for Senate District 7 from 2006-2014, as Precinct Chair for 23 years, and was elected to many Republican Party committees.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2016    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Vern Swanson   DOB: 9/22/1957
Counties Representing
Harris