AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Jacey Jetton for State Representative of House District 26. As a small business owner, Jetton understands the importance of free market principles, and he has fought to defend conservative ideals through his leadership in various Republican organizations. Governor Abbott is grateful for Jetton’s unwavering support of the values that make Texas the best state in the nation, and he is proud to endorse Jetton for the Texas House.
“I am proud to endorse Jacey Jetton for State Representative of House District 26, and I am grateful for his commitment to conservative ideals throughout his career,” said Governor Abbott. “Jacey will work faithfully alongside me to ensure that Texas remains the best state to live, work, and raise a family. I encourage the people of Fort Bend County to join me in supporting Jacey Jetton for the Texas House of Representatives.”
Jacey Jetton is a 7th generation Texan. Following in his father’s footsteps, Jetton enlisted in the Army National Guard and was attached to a mechanized infantry unit in the 36th Infantry Division. In 2004, Jetton met his wife, Fanny, while in Hawaii. After getting married, the two settled in Richmond to start a family. The Jettons have two young boys, Jacob and Calob, who attend schools in Fort Bend ISD. Jetton’s background includes a role at the Texas Comptroller’s office during the 83rd Legislature, and time at the Republican Party of Texas where he focused on voter engagement. In 2017, Jetton began serving as the Chairman of the Fort Bend Republican Party. Jetton has also been a part of building two businesses, Bedrock Association Management, LLC and Jetton & Gojara, LLC. Jetton leads operations of both companies and continues to serve Fort Bend County while volunteering with various organizations that focuses on single moms, poverty, and veterans’ issues.