ANN JOHNSON  |  House District 134

DEMOCRAT  |  Predecessor: Sarah Davis


Ann Johnson is a former chief human trafficking prosecutor and a current human rights advocate and small business owner. She is also an adjunct professor at South Texas College of Law, where she teaches courses in jury communication and voir dire. Ann is a nationally recognized Human Trafficking Expert providing testimony before the U.S. Congress, training local, state, and federal law enforcement officers and the judiciary. She holds a B.A. in History and Government from the University of Texas and a J.D. from the South Texas College of Law. 

Ann is affiliated with the State Bar of Texas, the Houston LGBTQ Political Caucus, Meyerland Area Democrats Club, Bayou Blue Democrats, and St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. She grew up and lives in Houston, Texas with her wife Sonya and three rescue dogs. 

  1. House Democratic Campaign Committee- $404,928.86
  2. First Tuesday- $50,000.00
  3. Future Now Fund- $45,000.00
  1. AL Media- $504,096.00
  2. Grant Martin Campaigns dba Storefront Politics- $330,757.63
  3. Veracity Media- $187,750.00

Data sourced from Transparency Texas

District Map: HD 134

Won with 52.3% against Sarah Davis with 47.7%


The University of Texas at Austin (B.A.)
South Texas College of Law (J.D.)


Business Owner & Professor


Pat Strong

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