Lynn Stucky

Lynn Stucky - Republican

A native of rural Kansas, Dr. Lynn Stucky was raised on a farm with his five siblings. When he was just 11-years old, his father passed away, forcing Lynn and his older brother to farm grain, raise livestock and quickly learn about survival and economics to support their family. 

In spite of the challenges the Stucky family faced, Lynn's mother was adamant that all six of her children go to college. This led Lynn to Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1979, followed by his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1983.

Shortly after graduating, Lynn set out for Texas with little more than the clothes on his back to seek out a place to begin practicing veterinary medicine. He stopped in Denton County, and he never left. In 1986, he bought into veterinary practices in both Denton and Sanger, and in 1997, he opened the Animal Hospital on Milam Road where he still practices today.

Over the course of his 32 years as a veterinarian in Denton County, Lynn has cared for the animals of over 9,000 of his friends and neighbors. He is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, a lifetime member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, a former member of the Denton County Animal Advisory Board and the Bayer Animal Health International Advisory Board, and he is a long-time veterinary volunteer for PRCA rodeo events.

In addition to his work in the veterinary profession, Lynn has distinguished himself as a public servant and a community leader. He served for 15 years on the Sanger ISD Board of Trustees, including 4 years as president. Lynn has also served in a variety of other capacities. He is a graduate of Leadership Denton, served on the Board of Directors of the Sanger Chamber of Commerce for six years, is a long-time member of the Denton Chamber of Commerce, and since 2002 has served on the Board of Directors of the Kanakuk Institute, a graduate discipleship program for young men and women to intensively study scripture. In 2007, he was named "Citizen of the Year" by the Sanger Chamber of Commerce.

Lynn and his wife, Lori, a former teacher and coach in Denton ISD, have been married for 28 years. They are the proud parents of three grown children, all of whom graduated from Denton County public schools. Evan, 25, is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and recently celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary to Courtney. Lyndi, 23, is a graduate of Kansas State University, and Malori, 21, is in her senior year at Kansas State University.

The Stucky Family are members of the Denton Bible Church.

Endorsements: N/A

Cash On Hand: $15,694.37

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Connor Flanagan

Connor Flanagan - Democrat

There are over 150,000 residents in this district, most under the age of 25. For the past 20 years, District 64 has been massively misrepresented. The majority of eligible voters have Democratic values, yet time and again Republicans have held the office representing this district. Having lived in Texas all of my life I understand the core values of Texans, and even though most places in the state are deep red, not all of them are; district 64 is a blue oasis within a desert of red. Every election Republicans are getting more and more conservative while the voters themselves are becoming more progressive. It is time for lawmakers to stop making laws for their time and start making laws for the current time. I have a message for all who believe that the old ways will no longer be stood for: Our Time is Now.

Endorsements: N/A

Cash On Hand: $0.00


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