Senator Bob Deuell
Republican, District 2
Wikipedia BioBob Deuell, MD (born 11 March 1950) is a conservative Republican member of the Texas Senate, representing the 10 counties of Senate District 2 in Northeast Texas, since 2003. He was educated at George Mason University and the Medical College of Virginia in order to become a family physician. Deuell is a partner in Primary Care Associates of Greenville, Texas, and is a member of the American ...
District2500 Stonewall StreetGreenville, TX 75401Phone903-450-9797FAX903-450-9796
CapitolPost Office Box 12068, Capitol StationAustin, TX 78711Phone512-463-0102
District18061 LBJ Freeway, Suite 400Mesquite, TX 75150Phone972-279-1800
RolesSenate, session 81st Senate, session 82nd Senate, session 83rd
- Senate Natural Resources Committee
- Senate Economic Development Committee
- Senate State Affairs Committee
News & Blog Coverage
Senator Deuell Discusses State Mental Health Issues at Chamber Luncheon
Aug 6, 2012Last Thursday Texas State Senator Bob Deuell was the Keynote Speaker at the August Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon and provided members with an interesting perspective on the mental health industry across the State of Texas. Always an interesting ...The Forney Post
Senate panel votes to keep chairman of Forensic Science Commission
Aug 5, 2012Dividing along party lines after a contentious hearing, a Senate committee voted Monday to recommend that John Bradley continue as chairman of the Texas Forensic Science Commission. Four Republicans, including Nominations Committee Chairman Bob Deuell of ...Austin American-Statesman
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Ranks 17th out of 176 Senators
HB 1409Relating to the designation of a segment of State Highway 243 in Van Zandt Co...
February 16, 2011
HB 1144Relating to the Hopkins County Hospital District.
February 7, 2011
HB 2038Relating to prevention, treatment, and oversight of concussions affecting pub...
March 2, 2011
HB 710Relating to verification of identity of applicants for benefits under and pre...
January 18, 2011
HCR 18Urging Congress to propose and submit to the states an amendment to the Unite...
November 8, 2010
All By Industry
Pro Business Associations$833,018.00
Republican Party Committees$334,567.00
Republican Based Groups (But Not Official Party Committees) And Generic Conservative Ones$191,700.00
Top Individual Contributions
Texans For Lawsuit Reform$275,000.00
Texans For Lawsuit Reform$110,000.00
Texans For Lawsuit Reform$105,000.00
Interest Group Ratings
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