Bill Zedler - Republican (Incumbent)
State Representative Bill Zedler was first elected in 2002 to represent District 96 in the Texas House of Representatives. House District 96 includes portions of Arlington, Burleson, Crowley, Fort Worth, Kennedale, and Mansfield in southern Tarrant County.
Representative Zedler is a 36-year resident of Arlington, where he and his wife raised their family. Active in his community, he serves on the Advisory Board of the Arlington Pregnancy Center and has been an Elder at Park Springs Bible Church. Additionally, he is a member of the Arlington Kiwanis Club, as well as various local chambers of commerce.
Representative Zedler was elected by his peers to serve on the board of directors of the Texas Conservative Coalition during the 79th and 80th Legislative Sessions. He is also active with the House Republican Caucus.
Representative Zedler currently sits on the Public Health and Special Purpose Districts. In previous legislative sessions, he served on the following House committees: Business & Industry, Criminal Jurisprudence, Government Efficiency and Reform, Public Education (Vice Chair), Rules & Resolutions, and House Administration. Representative Zedler was also appointed by the Speaker of the House to serve on several conference and select committees. Representative Zedler and his wife have three children and six grandchildren.
Committees: Public Health, Special Purpose Districts
- Empower Texans
- Texas Association of Business
- Texas Right to Life
- Young Conservatives of Texas
- National Rifle Association
- DFW Conservative Voters
Cash On Hand: $4,445.51