P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
(512) 463-0072 Fax
4601 50th Street, suite 216
Lubbock, TX 79414
State Representative John Frullo took the Oath of Office and began to serve the Texas 84th House District on November 22, 2010. He is the owner, Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Midtown Printing and Graphics, Inc., a privately held, full-service commercial printing, design and bindery company.
A long-time champion for the protection of liberty and freedom, Representative Frullo holds strongly the principles of a limited and small government and believes in restoring integrity to the legislative system. He has been active in the Republican Party since moving to Texas in the early 1990's, having served as an officer for the Lubbock County Young Republicans. State Representative Frullo is also a former treasurer and past Executive Committee member of the Lubbock County Republican Party.
During the 82nd Legislative Session, he authored Alicia's Law which gives law enforcement the tools they need to go after those who harm children. During the 83rd Legislative Session, Frullo served on the Committee on Pensions, the Committee on House Administration, and on two of the House's most powerful committees: the Committee on State Affairs and the Committee on Calendars. He continued his work to protect exploited children with the passage of HB 2268 to allow states to honor search warrants across state lines in order to obtain critical evidence to prosecute predators. In recognition of his accomplishments, John was recently awarded the Texas Children's Hero Award by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).
For the 84th Legislative Session, Speaker Straus appointed Representative Frullo to serve as Chairman for the Committee on Insurance. In addition, he serves on the Committee for Culture, Recreation, & Tourism, and was recently elected by his peers in the House to serve on the House Research Organization Steering Committee. Representative Frullo is the 2015 recipient of the prestigious national Knife Rights' 2015 Freedom's Edge Award in recognition of his successful efforts to pass HB 905 which he authored to eliminate confusion over knife ordinances and to protect the liberty and freedom of Texas knife owners.
Frullo and his wife, Patti, a Lubbock native, have been married for 22 years. They have two sons, John Michael and Braden. Representative Frullo graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1984 with a degree in accounting. Representative Frullo spent the next several years working as a CPA auditing governmental entities, as well as businesses before purchasing a printing business in Lubbock in 1993.
last updated on 08/03/2015