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Rep. Alma Allen

(Jan 10, 2023 - Jan 14, 2025)
Texas House 131 - Houston
First elected 2004

About Rep. Alma Allen

Alma Allen is a retired School Administrator with Houston School District, a position she held from 1961-2000. She has been an Assistant Principal at Foster Elementary School, Principal at GBM Turner Elementary School, Teacher at Parker Elementary School, and Principal at Peck Elementary School.

Committee Assignments


CAP 4N.10
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
p: (512) 463-0744
10101 Fondren Road, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77096
p: (713) 776-0505

Civic Group Ratings (Most Recent)

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Texans for Fiscal Responsibility is “an independent educational non-profit organization seeking to illuminate the actions of government, educate and equip citizens to effectively advocate for pro-taxpayer reforms, and hold lawmakers accountable for their actions. Taxpayers should demand their interests, not those of elected officials, lobbyists, or bureaucrats, must come first in the Lone Star State.”
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Young Conservatives of Texas is a non-partisan youth organization that “has been fighting for conservative values for more than 40 years in the Lone Star State and publishes the most respected ratings of the Texas Legislature.”
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Texas Right to Life describes itself as an organization that “legally, peacefully and prayerfully protects the God-given Right to Life of innocent human beings from fertilization to natural death.”
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The American Conservative Union is “the nation's oldest conservative grassroots organization and seeks to preserve and protect the values of life, liberty, and property for every American.”
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Equality Texas describes itself as “a statewide political advocacy organization in Texas that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights, including same-sex marriage.”
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An advocacy group that exists to “put the environment first.” As part of the left-leaning Public Interest Network, Environment Texas promotes adoption of policies favoring solar and wind power, electric cars and buses, and more walkable and “bikeable” cities.