Ana Jordan

Ana Jordan - Democrat

Ana is the Democratic nominee for State Representative in District 47. She is a native Texan. She was born and raised in El Paso. She came to Austin in the late 1980s to attend college on a scholarship. She earned two degrees from the University of Texas: a Bachelor of Arts and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. She was the first in her immediate family to go to college. Before going to law school, she was a Legislative Research Assistant in the Texas House of Representatives, and she interned for a congressional subcommittee in the United States House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. After graduating from law school, Ana practiced law for 17 years. During that time, she served as a state prosecutor and worked as a criminal defense attorney in state courts. She later joined the Attorney General’s Office where she represented the State of Texas and many of its state agencies, including the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles and the Texas University System in both state and federal courts. In 2011, she represented the State of Texas during the last redistricting cycle. Ana has seen the law from all perspectives. She is a deep believer in due process and fairness, and she possesses a deep understanding of government and the law. Ana lives in Barton Creek with her husband, Sean, of 16 years and their two children Connor and Sophia.

Cash On Hand: $2,273.79

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Paul Workman

Paul Workman - Republican (Incumbent)

State Representative Paul D. Workman has served the people of House District 47 in the Texas House of Representatives since January 2011. House District 47 includes most of western Travis County as well as portions of southern Travis County.

Representative Workman serves as Vice Chairman of the House Select Committee on State & Federal Power & Responsibility. He also serves as a member of the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Insurance. Representative Workman serves by appointment on The Energy Council, which helps facilitate the development of national energy policy matters among the Southwestern states. He also serves on the Select Committee on Transportation Planning. 

Representative Workman and his wife Sherry have two children and six grandchildren and are active members of the Pedernales River Fellowship.

Committees: Vice Chairman- State and Federal Power and Responsibility, Insurance, Natural Resources, Transportation Planning


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  • Texas Association of Business

Cash On Hand: $21,056.14

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