Monthly Archives: October 2013


Receiving the Children’s Guardian Angel Award

October 30th, 2013

Several years ago while preparing to begin my second term in the Texas House of Representatives, I came across Jenna Quinn and her tremendous story of personal resilience in the face of unspeakable sexual abuse that went undetected for many years.  Like so many tragic victims in that circumstance, Jenna was just a child who […]


REP. TAN PARKER REMINDS VOTERS OF THE NOVEMBER CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION

October 21st, 2013

(Flower Mound, Texas)  Today State Representative Tan Parker reminded voters that Texas has scheduled a constitutional amendment election for November 5th.  All registered voters are eligible to vote in the election, which begins with early voting from October 21st through November 1st.  In accordance with state law that took effect in June, all voters voting […]


Representative Tan Parker Announces His Plan to Seek Re-Election

October 4th, 2013

Conservative lawmaker vows to keep fighting for tax reductions, responsible spending plans and protecting traditional Texas family values Flower Mound – Today State Representative Tan Parker announced that he will seek re-election to the Texas House of Representatives. Initially elected to office in 2006, Rep. Parker has earned the reputation of being an effective advocate […]


REP. TAN PARKER TO GET FLU SHOT FOR INFLUENZA AWARENESS DAY

October 1st, 2013

“Not many people realize this, but Texas lost 18 children to the flu last season,” Parker sadly stated. “Although the influenza virus cannot be 100 percent prevented, I believe it is vitally important to raise awareness of the health risks associated with the virus, and to encourage Texans to take preventative measures to reduce exposure to these risks.”