Senator Kip Averitt
Republican, District 22
Wikipedia BioBarry Kip Averitt (born 31 October 1954) is a former Republican member of the Texas Senate representing the 22nd District, which includes Ellis and McLennan counites. He was renominated in the primary election held on March 2, 2010, having polled 37,682 votes (60.1 percent) to his intraparty rival, Darren Yancy, who received 25,028 ballots (39.9 percent).
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RolesSenate, session 81st
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News & Blog Coverage
Water crisis conference scheduled in Amarillo
Jul 30The Texas Lyceum will host a public conference called Liquid ... water utilities and various levels of government. Former state Sen. Kip Averitt will be on a panel talking about finding common ground and common-sense solutions.Amarillo Globe-Times
What We Learned About Water in Texas at the ‘Life By the Drop’ Panel
Jul 17Blakeslee of Texas Monthly asked an intriguing question ... projects in the water plan without increasing taxes or fees,” said former state senator Kip Averitt. “You will have to divert money from some other source, but I’d submit ...NPR News
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HCR 252Requesting the governor to appoint a Governor's Task Force on Horse and Greyh...
May 20, 2009
HB 1485Relating to rulemaking and performance assessments of certain state agencies.
February 19, 2009
HB 58Relating to the eligibility of private or independent institutions of higher ...
November 10, 2008
HB 1615Relating to the practice of veterinarians in certain mercantile establishments.
February 23, 2009
HB 3346Relating to gas utilities and gas storage facilities.
March 11, 2009
All By Industry
Attorneys & Law Firms$373,489.00
Republican Candidate Contributions To Own Campaign$116,819.00
Commercial Banks & Bank Holding Companies$111,910.00
Top Individual Contributions
Averitt, Kip Campaign For Texas House$115,319.00
David Sibley Campaign Account For State Senate$25,000.00
Texas Association Of Mortgage Attorneys$25,000.00
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