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| birth_place=Mineola, Wood County, Texas
 
| birth_place=Mineola, Wood County, Texas
 
| occupation=[[Business]]man, [[Clergy]]man
 
| occupation=[[Business]]man, [[Clergy]]man
| residence=Royce City, Texas
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| residence=Royce City, Hunt County, Texas
 
| religion=[[Southern Baptist]]
 
| religion=[[Southern Baptist]]
 
| alma_mater=Ouachita Baptist University<br> (Arkadelphia, [[Arkansas]])<br>
 
| alma_mater=Ouachita Baptist University<br> (Arkadelphia, [[Arkansas]])<br>
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On July 14, 2020, in his third attempt to be elected to the state House, Slaton unseated incumbent Representative [[Dan Flynn]] by a 22-point margin in the [[Republican Party|Republican]] [[primary]] runoff..  On November 3, 2020, he defeated Democrat Bill Brannon in the [[general election]], 62,903 votes (81 percent) to 14,410 (19 percent).<ref>Texas Secretary of State, Election Returns (state House of Representative), July 14 and November 3, 2020.</ref>
 
On July 14, 2020, in his third attempt to be elected to the state House, Slaton unseated incumbent Representative [[Dan Flynn]] by a 22-point margin in the [[Republican Party|Republican]] [[primary]] runoff..  On November 3, 2020, he defeated Democrat Bill Brannon in the [[general election]], 62,903 votes (81 percent) to 14,410 (19 percent).<ref>Texas Secretary of State, Election Returns (state House of Representative), July 14 and November 3, 2020.</ref>
  
Slaton resides in Royce City, parts of which encompass Collin, Hunt, and Rockwall counties.
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Slaton resides in Royce City, parts of which encompass Collin, Hunt, and Rockwall counties. His residence in Hunt County kept him within the House district.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 04:21, 3 December 2020

Bryan Lee Slaton


Texas State Representative
for District 2 (Hopkins, Hunt,
and Van Zandt counties)
Incumbent
Assumed office 
January 2021
Preceded by Dan Flynn

Born February 2, 1978
Mineola, Wood County, Texas
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Residence Royce City, Hunt County, Texas
Alma mater Ouachita Baptist University
(Arkadelphia, Arkansas)

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
(Fort Worth)
University of North Texas (Denton)

Occupation Businessman, Clergyman
Religion Southern Baptist

Bryan Lee Slaton (born February 2, 1978) is a businessman and a Baptist clergyman who is the incoming state representative for House District 2, which encompasses Hopkins, Hunt, and Van Zandt counties in the northeastern portion of Texas. He is the financial administrator at the Arapaho Road Baptist Church in Garland, Texas.[1]

On July 14, 2020, in his third attempt to be elected to the state House, Slaton unseated incumbent Representative Dan Flynn by a 22-point margin in the Republican primary runoff.. On November 3, 2020, he defeated Democrat Bill Brannon in the general election, 62,903 votes (81 percent) to 14,410 (19 percent).[2]

Slaton resides in Royce City, parts of which encompass Collin, Hunt, and Rockwall counties. His residence in Hunt County kept him within the House district.

References

  1. Bryan Slaton. Mylife.com. Retrieved on December 2, 2020.
  2. Texas Secretary of State, Election Returns (state House of Representative), July 14 and November 3, 2020.