YOUR NEXT REPRESENTATIVE
Frederick Frazier has faithfully served the North Texas community as a police officer for over 26 years, including 14 years as a Special Deputy US Marshal. He has twice been recognized for his outstanding work and was named one of the Nation’s Top Cops.
On the McKinney City Council, Frederick cut the tax rate each year. With rising inflation and skyrocketing energy prices, the federal government is doing nothing to support the Texas economy. Frederick has his sights set on supporting our local small businesses and families by cutting red tape, protecting jobs and reducing property taxes.
Frederick and his wife, Tracie, are proud parents of 3 kids. Their two youngest attend McKinney Public Schools and their oldest is in college. Increasing funding for education is a top priority for Frederick and as a police officer will work to ensure our schools are safe havens for learning.
INCREASE EDUCATION FUNDING
SUPPORT TEXAS BUSINESSES
LOWER PROPERTY TAXES
WHERE IS THE NEW
The newly drawn House District 61 in Collin County was previously known as House District 70 and represented by Scott Sanford, who recently announced he was not running for re-election. A new map passed the Texas House in October.