State Rep. Jim Keffer (R-Granbury)

Jim Keffer

Most recent rating on the Fiscal Responsibility Index: F

Cumulative rating on the Fiscal Responsibility Index: D-

Yes, Jim Keffer has signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

House District 60

First elected in 1996

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Previous ratings on the Fiscal Responsibility Index:

2013: F
2011: D
2009: C+
2007: D

Recent Key Votes Made By :

  • Supported creating unconstitutional requirements on political speech while exempting labor unions from the new rules (SB 346, RV 822, 83rd Legislature)
  • Voted to increase legislators’ pensions (SB1 House-Senate conference report, RV1336, 83rd Legislature)
  • Funded corporate welfare programs (SB1, Amendment 27, RV158, 83rd Legislature)

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Representative Keffer is a Salesman from Eastland, Texas. He earned his BA Degree from Texas Tech University and is the President of EBAA Iron Sales, Inc. Representative Keffer has served in the Texas House of Representatives since 1997.

Committee Assignments during 83rd Legislative Session: Energy Resources (Chair); Natural Resources; Redistricting (Procedural); Redistricting
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