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  • Election Results

    • Nov 8, 2016

    http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/TX/Tarrant/63897/181171/Web01/en/summary.html Early voting numbers are in!  Matt Krause is re-elected as State Representative in TX House District 93!!!

  • Newsletter March 16th

    • Mar 16, 2015

    Dear friends, We are only 52 days into session and yet so much progress has been made for the citizens of Texas. Every day my colleagues and I are fighting hard to make sure that we keep Texans first. I want to thank each and every one of you who have come down to Austin to visit our office and meet with me to discuss how together, we can make our District and our State even greater.   This session I have been able to file the following Bills: HB236– Relating to the creation of the Fiscal Risk Management Commission has been … Read more >>

  • Newsletter Feb, 6th

    • Feb 11, 2015

    Dear friends,   Here we are again, ready to take on the challenge of the 84th session. We are back and are more confident than ever! I am so encouraged about this session because of all the new incoming freshman representatives and my fellow conservative colleagues, who have battled along side with me on the floor to fight for your rights. While I represent District 93, it is you who have the voice. I want to make sure that all of you know what is going on here at the Capitol.     This session I have been able to … Read more >>

  • Representative Matt Krause Files Suit Against Texas Racing Commissioners

    • Aug 29, 2014

    Fort Worth—Representative Matt Krause today filed suit against the individual Commissioners of the Texas Racing Commission. In addition, Representative Krause filed an application for a temporary restraining order to prevent the Commissioners from adopting rules which would implement “historical racing machines” in Texas.   Krause filed the suit and restraining order in response to the Texas Racing Commission’s desire to usurp the constitutional power of the Texas Legislature. There has been repeated suggestion that the Commissioners would ignore the wishes of the public, the representatives they elect, and the rule of law by adopting rules making these machines legal. In … Read more >>

  • We Need a Fiscal Risk Management Commission

    • Feb 27, 2013

              Today, I filed H.B. 1930, which creates the Fiscal Risk Management Commission (FRMC). This commission would be comprised of elected officials and members of the public and be tasked with the assessment of, and planning for, a wide spectrum of potential economic threats to the state of Texas. Other states have already begun to take the initiative by studying and creating long-term contingency plans to protect their credit ratings, economies, and the delivery of fundamental government services. With an unyielding $16 trillion debt, it is apparent that our federal government is fundamentally incapable of solving … Read more >>