Room E2.906, Capitol Extension
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
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P.O. Box 2501
Round Rock, TX 78680
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|02/07/13||Gonzales, Larry||Repeal of the Driver Responsiblily Program||15 minutes||RealPlayer|
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Larry Gonzales is the Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives for House District 52, serving his second term in office. HD 52 is contained completely within Williamson County and includes Round Rock, Hutto, Taylor, and parts of Georgetown.
A strong conservative, his extensive legislative experience and knowledge of the issues facing our state makes him an effective leader for the citizens of Williamson County.
Rep. Gonzales is a 17-year resident of HD 52 and a seasoned veteran of the Texas Legislature, having worked nine regular legislative sessions before election to the Texas House, including senior staff appointments for members of the House, the Lt. Governor and Attorney General.
Most recently Rep. Gonzales served as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Governmental Relations for the Texas State University System (TSUS). In addition, Rep. Gonzales is the owner of a graphic design and communications company which offers a wide range of services including creative design and mediation.
Rep. Gonzales is a 1993 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Government and is working towards his Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) at Texas State University. Rep. Gonzales is active in the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce and is a certified mediator.
Rep. Gonzales was raised in Alvin, Texas, where his parents have served as pastors for over 25 years and as Chaplains for the Alvin Police Department for 6 years. He and his wife of 18 years, Marie, herself a 1990 graduate of Round Rock High School, have resided together in Round Rock since 1996, where she is employed by the RRISD serving as Department Chair of Special Education at McNeil High School. Their two young children, ages 10 and 12, are enrolled in the RRISD.last updated on 1/07/2013