Voice of the Conservative Vote: Myra Crownover

Myra Crownover is currently serving her sixth full term of office from House District 64. The district is located solely within Denton County, and includes the University of North Texas, Texas Woman's University and North Central Texas College.

Representative Crownover has been recognized several times over for her pro-conservative, pro-business stance on issues affecting both the Denton area as well as the State of Texas. She has been twice-selected as a "Champion for Free Enterprise" by the Texas Association of Business, their highest honor for an elected official. In 2009, she was presented with the 2009 Taxpayer Champion Award by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility and named "Guardian of the Rainy Day Fund" by the Republican Caucus.

A former public school teacher, Representative Crownover is currently involved in the banking and energy industries. She was raised in Colorado City, Texas, where she graduated from Colorado High School.

She earned her Bachelor's degree in education from Southern Methodist University and her Master's degree from Texas A&M University.

In 1970, Myra married Ronny Crownover, DVM. They celebrated their 30th anniversary before his death in March of 2000. Representative Crownover has four children and four grandchildren.

Click here to view exclusive interview with State Rep. Myra Crownover.

"Every lawmaker’s highest priority should be respecting and protecting the taxpayer. The committee that oversees government spending is the Appropriations Committee. As a member of that committee for the last eight years, I have worked to limit government spending while maintaining essential government services."

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