John (John) Frullo (R-SH084)
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Room 4N.6 Capitol Station 1100 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701

District Office:
5717 - 66th Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Elected: 2010    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Patti   DOB: 8/27/1962
Committee Assignments
MemberHouse Committee on Higher Education
MemberHouse Committee on Culture, Recreation, and Tourism
Counties Representing


John M. Frullo was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in November of 2010. Representative Frullo is currently a member of the Higher Education Committee and the International Relations and Economic Development Committee. He also serves on the powerful Calendars Committee which has the responsibility of setting the bills discussed for full consideration by the Texas House of Representatives.

A long-time champion for the protection of liberty and freedom, Representative Frullo holds strongly the principles of a limited and small government and believes in upholding the integrity of the legislative process. He has been active in the Republican Party since moving to Texas in the early 1990's, having served as an officer for the Lubbock County Young Republicans. Representative Frullo is also a former treasurer and past Executive Committee member of the Lubbock County Republican Party. Since being elected, Representative Frullo has been a consistent supporter in the fight against human trafficking. In the 2011 Legislative Session, he authored Alicia's Law which gave law enforcement additional tools required to go after those individuals who harm children. In recognition of this accomplishment, he was awarded the "Texas Children's Hero Award" by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). Representative Frullo is proud to have passed a bill into law each legislative session aimed at fighting the horrific crime of human trafficking. In the 2017 Legislative Session, Frullo passed Senate Bill 507 which provides Texans with additional protections against "surprise medical bills" that can have devastating effects on patients and their families. He was also named "A Most Valuable Legislator" by the Texas Association of Community Schools for his support of public education. Recently, he was honored to receive NFIB's "Guardian of Small Business Award" in honor of his 100% pro-small business voting record. In 2015, Representative Frullo was the recipient of the prestigious national Knife Rights' "Freedom's Edge Award" in recognition of his successful efforts to pass HB 905 which helped to protect the liberty and freedom of Texas knife owners. Frullo has two adult sons who have recently graduated from college. Representative Frullo graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1984 with a degree in accounting. He spent the next several years working as a CPA auditing governmental entities, as well as businesses, before purchasing a printing business in Lubbock in 1993. Currently, he is the owner of Midtown Printing and Graphics, Inc., a privately held, full-service commercial printing, design and specialty advertising company.