Texas House Member

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Rep. Rose, Toni

District 110


Capitol Address:

Room E2.302

P.O. Box 2910

Austin, TX 78768

(512) 463-0664

(512) 463-0476 Fax

District Address:

P.O. Box 398020

Dallas, TX 75339

Dallas Office:

3730 S. Lancaster Rd.

Ste. 140

Dallas, Texas 75216

(214) 371-3300

(214) 371-3304 Fax

Balch Springs Office:

12450 Elam Rd.,

Balch Springs, TX 75180

(972) 286-5756

(214) 371-3304 Fax

Counties Represented:

Dallas (part)



State Representative Toni Rose was first elected in 2013 to represent Texas House District 110. The district includes parts of southern Dallas, Balch Springs and Mesquite Texas' diverse communities. Her legislative focus includes a stronger public educational system as well as affordable and accessible healthcare in Dallas County and across the state of Texas.

During her second legislative session, Representative Rose was appointed as the Vice Chair of the House Committee on Human Services and member of House Committees, Rules & Resolutions and Juvenile Justice & Family Issues. She also serves as the Treasurer and Deputy Whip for the Texas House Democratic Caucus.

Over the course of just two legislative sessions, Representative Rose has authored legislation focusing on senior access to transportation, children's health care, access to mental health services, emergency preparedness and readiness management.

Representative Rose's community first philosophy has fueled her long record of serving the community by way of numerous City of Dallas Boards and Commissions including the: Planning & Zoning Commission, Judicial Nominating Commission, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center Board and the North Central Texas Council of Governments Executive Board. Other leadership roles include the NAACP Dallas Branch, League of Women Voters of Dallas, Paul Quinn National Alumni Association, Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, United Negro College Fund (UNCF), and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Currently, Representative Rose lends her support as a board member to several community organizations including the Moorland Branch YMCA Board, Dallas Development Board for Texan Can Academies, UNCF North Texas Leadership Council and the Dallas County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). Representative Rose is also an Executive Board member of the National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL Women) serving as Financial Secretary.

Representative Rose spent her childhood in the Oak Cliff section of the City of Dallas. She graduated from South Oak Cliff High School, continued her education at Prairie View A & M University and later transferred to Paul Quinn College where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. She was employed as a mental health professional prior to her election to the Texas House of Representatives.

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