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Rep. Brad Buckley

(Jan 10, 2023 - Jan 14, 2025)
Texas House 54 - Salado
First elected 2018

About Rep. Brad Buckley

Brad Buckley was born in Killeen, Texas. He graduated from Ellison High School in 1985. He earned a bachelor's degree in veterinary science from Texas A&M University in 1989 and a doctorate in veterinary medicine from Texas A&M University in 1993. Buckley's career experience includes working as a partner in Killeen Veterinary Clinic, Town and Country Veterinary Medical Center, and Stagecoach Pet Hospital. He was elected to serve as a board member of the Killeen Independent School District.


EXT E1.324
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
p: (512) 463-0684
Bell County Office:
1301 North Stagecoach Road
Salado, Texas 76571
p: (254) 947-5026

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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.