Conroe, October 7 — On Monday, October 7, 2019, State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe, announced his bid for re-election as State Representative for District 15. Toth is a bedrock conservative in the Texas House of Representatives.
Toth made the announcement saying, “I am more convinced than ever that Austin needs strong conservative voices willing to defend and protect the liberties of Texans. I remain committed to fighting for the constituents of District 15. Great things were accomplished this legislative session with property tax reform, protection of Jones Forest and the authorization for a local ethics commission. Over the next two years, my goal is to help South County rally around the Tamina community by bringing basic services such as running water and sewer to the people who call Tamina home. Services we all take for granted. We have more to do and I’m eager to continue our work.”
Representative Toth was first elected to serve House District 15 in 2012, and was re-elected in 2018. He serves on the powerful House Appropriations Committee and is one of the strongest voices fighting for less government spending. He also serves on the Culture, Recreation & Tourism Committee, as well as multiple subcommittees. Toth is consistently ranked as one of the most conservative Republican legislators in the Capitol.
Toth resides in the Jacobs Reserve neighborhood of Conroe with his wife Babette. He is a Realtor, small business owner, proud father of three, grandfather of two, an ordained minister and conservative Republican.
The Golden Hammer rated Toth and one other Representative as having the two highest scores during the 86th Legislative Session of any member of the Texas House of Representatives.