State Rep. Jacey Jetton’s wife, Fanny Jetton, has been sworn in as his temporary replacement in the Texas House while he is deployed for military service. Jacey Jetton, a Richmond Republican and member of the Army National Guard, will spend four months on active duty. The Texas Constitution allows lawmakers to appoint a temporary replacement in such cases, and Jacey Jetton chose his wife for the role. Fanny Jetton, who works for a financial services firm, will serve as a strong advocate for House District 26, sharing the same conservative values as her husband. Her swearing-in coincided with the start of a special legislative session focused on property tax relief.
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Jacey Jetton is a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives, representing District 26, which encompasses parts of Fort Bend County. He was first elected in 2020 and is currently serving his first term.
Jetton is a seventh-generation Texan and the son of a Korean immigrant. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and Harvard Law School. Before entering politics, he worked as an attorney in private practice.
In the Texas House, Jetton serves on the Appropriations Article II Subcommittee, the Public Health Committee, and the Local and Consent Calendars Committee. He is also a member of the Texas Republican Party’s Platform Committee.
Jetton is a conservative Republican who supports limited government, lower taxes, and school choice. He is also a strong supporter of the military and veterans.
In June 2023, Jetton was called to active duty in the United States Navy Reserve. He has been temporarily replaced in the Texas House by his wife, Fanny Jetton.
Here are some links to Jetton’s social media pages and official website:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaceyjetton/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaceyJetton
- Personal website: https://jaceyjetton.com/
- Texas House of Representatives profile: https://house.texas.gov/members/member-page/?district=26
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