Representative Delwin Jones
Republican, District 83
Delwin L. Jones (born April 2, 1924) is a U.S. state political figure from West Texas currently serving as the oldest member of the Texas House of Representatives from Lubbock, Texas. Jones was originally elected as a Democrat in 1964, when that party won 149 of the 150 seats in the Texas House. Jones was defeated for re-nomination in 1972 by cotton farmer Pete Laney. Twelve years later in...
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RolesHouse, session 81st
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Hats Off: Cultural symposium combined lecture and skilled performances
Mar 29Hats Off: Cultural symposium combined lecture and skilled performances
Sowoon Arts and Heritage and the Museum of Texas Tech recently presented the second International Arts and Culture Symposium in the Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium at the museum. The symposium ... She was the wife of former state Rep. Delwin Jones.LubbockOnline.com
Reta Jones, wife of ex- state Rep. Delwin, dies
Mar 23Reta Jones, wife of ex- state Rep. Delwin, dies
LUBBOCK — Reta Jones, wife of former District 83 State Rep. Delwin Jones and the woman often credited for building up Habitat for Humanity in Lubbock died on Thursday, March 20. She was 90 years old. Reta and Delwin Jones' love story extends over ...
Funeral services to be held Monday for Reta Jones
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HB 4036Relating to public safety and the issuance of driver's licenses and identific...
March 12, 2009
HCR 66Memorializing Congress in defense of the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitu...
February 23, 2009
HCR 258Urging the University of Houston and other institutions of higher education t...
May 21, 2009
HB 1411Relating to records of certain frivolous complaints maintained by the Texas B...
February 18, 2009
HB 994Relating to the limitation on the rate of growth in appropriations from state...
February 3, 2009
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