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Jacey Jetton is a 7th generation Texan who represents Sugar Land, Richmond, and the surrounding areas in the Texas House of Representatives. Jacey and Fanny Jetton have two young boys, Jacob and Calob, who attend schools in Fort Bend ISD.
Today we celebrate Juneteenth, the end of slavery in the US. I presented a resolution at a ceremony to recognize the Sugar Land 95. This resolution states the identities of the Sugar Land 95 may be unknown but they deserve respect and dignity, their stories brought to light. https://t.co/1LsO6YbmhCRead More
Thank you to Congressman Troy Nehls for inviting me to speak at your Congressional Youth Workshop today. If this group of students is any indication of the future of Fort Bend County, then we are in very good hands. https://t.co/bf7vkfd2qmRead More
The 10th Annual Run to @AttackPoverty attracted 400 runners to take on the heat for a good cause. I love what Attack Poverty does for Fort Bend County & across the world. Fanny and the boys made the run as I made my way to another meeting. Great job #teamjetton & Attack Poverty! https://t.co/TzQqRPs5knRead More
Today, we celebrate Juneteenth, the end of slavery in the US! On June 19, 1865, Major General Granger arrived in Galveston, TX, to announce the end of slavery. In 1980, Juneteenth officially became a Texas state holiday and on June 17, 2021, Juneteenth became a Federal Holiday. https://t.co/7j4hjxxMxNRead More
AUSTIN – State Representative Jacey Jetton announces support for election integrity legislation passed by the Texas House, following more than 15 years of bipartisan efforts
AUSTIN – State Representative Jacey Jetton announces support for House Bill 59 by Chairman Murr and House Bill 958 by Chairman Oliverson. These bills take