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Brian McCall

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Brian McCall
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Texas House of Representatives District 66
Former officeholder
In office
1991 - 2010
Brian McCall was a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives. He represented District 66 from July 1991 until his resignation on April 2, 2010 in order to become chancellor of the Texas State University System.[1]

McCall is an Advisor for Quest Network Business Solutions, Owner/Operator of Snow Hill Farm, and President of the Westminster Capital Corporation. He has previously served as President/Chief Executive Officer of The McCall Agency from 1988-2000, and an advisor with Guaranty Insurance.

McCall is on the Board of Directors for the Baylor University Alumni Association and Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation - State Bar of Texas. He is also Founder/Chairman of the Board of The Empowerment Project, and member of the Texas Conservative Coalition.[2]

Committee assignments

McCall was serving on the following committees when he resigned:

  • HB 1997 - Relating to the making of political contributions to and acceptance of political contributions by statewide officers and members of the legislature before and during a special session of the legislature; providing a criminal penalty.
  • HB 2001 - Relating to the unlawful restraint of a dog.
  • HB 2003 - Relating to the creation of the offense of online harassment.
  • HB 2437 - Relating to a major events trust fund and an events trust fund for sporting and non-sporting events.[3]

Campaign donors

Below are McCall's top five campaign contributors in the 2008 election:[4]

Contributor 2008 total
Ryan Inc Texas PAC $10,000
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma $6,000
Barry G Andrews $5,000
The Political Cmte of the Independent Insurance Agents of TX $5,000
Randall H Wilson $5,000

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Political offices
Preceded by
Texas House of Representatives District 66
July 1991-April 2010
Succeeded by
Van Taylor