Representative John H. Bucy III

Texas Future Caucus, Co-Chair (D)

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John H. Bucy III is native Texan, small business owner, and former chair of the Williamson County Democratic Party, serving District 136 in the Texas House of Representatives. Elected in 2018, John represents western Williamson County, including Northwest Austin, Cedar Park, Leander, and the Brushy Creek area.

John was appointed to the House Committee on Elections and the House Committee on Culture, Recreation & Tourism for the 86th Legislative Session.

A small business owner, John started an organization that serves 200,000 public school students across Texas in athletic, academic, and arts competitions. He is also the immediate past chair of the Williamson County Democratic Party, where his organizational skills and leadership were instrumental in the election of nine Democrats to local office in Williamson County, including the first Democratic County Commissioner in two decades. He also served as Legislative Liaison for the Texas Democratic County Chairs Association.

John grew up in Austin before attending Austin College in Sherman, TX, where he completed his degree in Liberal Arts majoring in history. He is proud to serve on the board of the Special Olympics of Texas and supports the Big Bend Conservancy. John's wife, Molly, is a public school teacher and small business owner who serves on the board of the local Penfold Theatre.

John and Molly live in Northwest Austin with their two dogs, Bentley and Lilly. They spend their spare time in Big Bend or attending Austin Spurs, Texas Rangers, or Texas Stars games.