Todd Hunter

  • Texas
  • Representative
  • Republican
  • District 32

District Office

15217 S. Padre Island Drive Suite 201, Corpus Christi, TX 78418

Phone 361-949-4603 Fax 361-949-4634

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Room 1W.5, P.O. Box 2910, Austin, TX 78768

Phone 512-463-0672 Fax 512-463-2101

Serving District 32

Sponsored Bills


HR 49

Congratulating Augustin Rivera Jr. on receiving the 2023 Distinguished Citizen of the Year award from the South Texas Council Boy Scouts of America.

  • Introduced Nov 17 2023
  • Reported enrolled Dec 05 2023

SB 4

Relating to prohibitions on the illegal entry into or illegal presence in this state by a person who is an alien, the enforcement of those prohibitions and certain related orders, including immunity from liability and indemnification for enforcement actions, and authorizing or requiring under certain circumstances the removal of persons who violate those prohibitions; creating criminal offenses.

  • Introduced Nov 07 2023
  • Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dec 18 2023

HB 3

Relating to an appropriation to provide funding for the construction, operation, and maintenance of border barrier infrastructure and border security operations, including funding for additional overtime expenses and costs due to certain increased law enforcement presence.

  • Introduced Nov 07 2023
  • No action taken in committee Nov 10 2023

HB 4

Relating to prohibitions on the illegal entry into or illegal presence in this state by a person who is an alien, the enforcement of those prohibitions and certain related orders, including immunity from liability and indemnification for enforcement actions, and authorizing or requiring under certain circumstances the removal of persons who violate those prohibitions; creating criminal offenses.

  • Introduced Nov 07 2023
  • Committee report sent to Calendars Nov 13 2023
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Recent Votes


May 30, 2021

Hunter voted Yes

HR 2093

Pass

passage

Hunter voted Yes

HR 1997

Pass

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May 31, 2021

Hunter voted Yes

HR 1993

Pass

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Sources

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