Eric Johnson, Texas Representative
|Texas House of Representatives, District 100|
|2011 - Present|
|January 13, 2015|
|Years in position||3|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 6, 2012|
|First elected||November 6, 2012|
|Next general||November 4, 2014|
- 1 Biography
- 2 Committee assignments
- 3 Issues
- 3.1 University of Texas investigations
- 3.2 Campaign Themes
- 4 Elections
- 5 Campaign donors
- 6 Scorecards
- 7 Personal
- 8 Recent news
- 9 See also
- 10 External links
- 11 References
Johnson’s formal education began at Sudie Williams Elementary and C.F. Carr Elementary in the Dallas Independent School District. In the second grade, he was awarded a generous scholarship to attend Greenhill School, from which he graduated in 1994. Johnson went on to attend Harvard University, where he graduated cum laude with a degree in History in 1998. He then went on to earn a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University in 2003.
At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Johnson served on the following committees:
|Texas Committee Assignments, 2013|
|• General Investigating & Ethics, Vice-chair|
|• Natural Resources, Vice-chair|
|• Transparency in State Agency Operations (Select)|
|• Joint Committee on Oversight of Higher Ed Governance, Excellence & Transparency|
During the 2011-2012 legislative session, Johnson served on the following Texas House of Representatives committees:
|Texas Committee Assignments, 2011|
|• Higher Education|
University of Texas investigations
- See also: Wallace Hall impeachment trial
Texas state legislators are exploring an unprecedented legal step -- impeaching an appointed official. University of Texas Regent Wallace Hall, who was named to the post by Governor Rick Perry, is the subject of an investigation by a Texas state house committee. Legislators who are in favor of the impeachment process initially set out to investigate whether Hall failed to disclose information on his regent application, revealed protected information about students and exceeded his role as a regent in requesting massive amounts of information.
Governor Rick Perry and others have strongly criticized the attempted impeachment. Critics says it is an effort to criminalize policy differences. In late November 2013, Perry and State House Speaker Joe Straus sent letters to gubernatorial appointees to address the impeachment trial. Perry's letter explained the importance of oversight of state agencies by gubernatorial appointees. In his letter, Straus agreed with Perry and wrote, "Both board members and the Legislature need to ask difficult questions."
After he was appointed in 2011, University of Texas Regent Wallace Hall began looking into what he believed to be clout scandals within the Univ]]ersity of Texas system. Hall investigated the university's forgivable-loans program and admissions policies and preferential treatment to politically-connected individuals. Hall filed FOIA requests with the University system after his inquiries via his role as a Regent were initially rebuffed. According to his accusers, Hall filed requests of more than 800,000 pages, which some Texas administrators called an unnecessary burden. However, a letter from University chancellor Francisco Cigarroa in February 2014 said that Hall requested closer to 100,000 pages. In addition, Cigarroa wrote: "During testimony before the Select Committee, some early witnesses implied that the U.T. System has not protected the privacy rights of students, staff, and patients. This is simply not true."
An effort was begun in June 2013 to try and impeach Hall from his position as Regent. Some legislators justified the impeachment on the grounds that Hall did not disclose several lawsuits that he was involved in when he originally completed his Regent background check. Hall updated Governor Rick Perry's office in April 2013 with the full list. The lack of lawsuit disclosure by Hall is not unique -- more than 9,000 lawsuits were not disclosed by other appointed Texas officials. No unelected official in Texas has ever been successfully impeached or removed from office. Governor of Texas Rick Perry's spokesperson said the investigations send a "chilling message" to gubernatorial appointees. He added that the investigation was "extraordinary political theater." Texas state legislators have never previously tried to remove an appointed official. Only two elected officials in the history of Texas have ever been successfully impeached.
Richard Legon, president of the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, criticized the impeachment process in a November interview with the Austin American-Statesman. He called the impeachment process the "nuclear option" and said it could send a chilling signal to other members of higher education boards. Legon suggested that the board should have first been given the opportunity to address Hall's requests. "It’s fine for a board member to seek information through the appropriate path. The first layer of reining in an overly aggressive board member should be the board," he said.
A January 2014 review by the law firm Hilder & Associates concluded that there was "no credible evidence of a violation of [the state government code] that would warrant a referral for criminal prosecution." The report concluded that Hall had a legitimate reason for having the documents in question. "In light of the fundamental role attorneys play, it would lead to an absurd result were it criminal for an official to provide student records to his or her attorney in the face of litigation, or anticipated litigation, involving these records," Philip Hilder wrote in the report. Hilder submitted the report to the legislative committee. The Board of Regents hired the firm to review whether Hall may have violated any federal privacy laws in his handling of student information. November 2013 testimony prompted committee-member Trey Fischer to request the inquiry. Committee member Dan Flynn said he was not surprised by the findings and was pleased the university counsel reached a conclusion.
Committee on transparency activity
Johnson is one of the eight members of the Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations, which is overseeing the investigation into a possible impeachment. The committee was formed in 2013, specifically existing to explore the possibility of impeaching Hall. The committee is holding hearings in late 2013 to hear testimony from individuals from the university system.
- Did Hall fail to disclose material information on his application to be a regent?
- Did he reveal information about students that violated their privacy?
- Did he exceed his role as a regent in requesting massive amounts of information from UT-Austin?
Request for personal computers
In November 2013, committee member Trey Martinez Fischer submitted a request indicating a desire to look at Hall's personal computers, iPads and smartphones as part of the investigation. "We must consider forensic examination of the personal or professional electronic communications of the regents in order to ensure compliance with the law," Fischer wrote in a letter to committee attorney Rusty Hardin.
Subpoena of Hall
At a November 12, 2013 meeting, the committee issued a subpoena for Hall to appear on December 10. However, legislators quickly rescinded the subpoena, since no meeting was scheduled until December 18. Legislators also voted to issue subpoenas to University of Texas Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa and University of Texas, Austin President Bill Powers to appear at the December 18, 2013 meeting. With no subpoena having yet been issued to Hall, his lawyers sent a letter to the committee asking for clarification. With Francisco Cigarroa and Bill Powers already subpoenaed, Hall's lawyer Allan Van Fleet requested that the committee respond regarding whether it would also subpoena Hall. He said that Hall's lawyers have told him not to appear before the committee without a subpoena. On December 5, 2013, Van Fleet sent a letter to the committee requesting that the co-chairs announce whether Hall would indeed be subpoenaed. Van Fleet's request asked for an answer by the end of the day. In response, committee attorney Rusty Hardin said "We're not going to adhere to his deadline. He doesn't get to pick the time and place." Van Fleet pointed out that providing two weeks' notice for testimony is the standard to allow individuals to prepare testimony. He added that the letter has "caused confusion about the committee's intentions."
On December 10, 2013, the committee sent a letter to Hall asking that he testify -- but they did not issue a subpoena. The committee sent a one-page, two-paragraph letter that invited Hall to testify and provide a list of witnesses. On December 16, 2013, Hall's attorney Allan Van Fleet said Hall would not testify at the December 18 committee hearing. Van Fleet wrote: "Regent Hall has volunteered a number of times in the past to share his views with legislative Committees about the challenges and opportunities faced by the UT System. Though these offers have never been accepted, he remains interested in sharing his views, in collaborating with all policy makers on initiatives that will benefit the UT System, and in working with the committees to improve the transparency and accountability practices that should guide all UT System activities."
Hall was invited to testify but was not given a subpoena, which is often perceived to provide some legal protection to the witness. Other individuals -- such as Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa and University of Texas Austin President Bill Powers -- were given formal subpoenas. Legislators criticized Hall for not agreeing to testify, despite the differing set of circumstances given to Hall. "It’s very disappointing to me that he and his attorney do not understand or do not care to observes the rules and procedures of the Texas House of Representatives and have decided they are not going to appear to testify," said co-chair Dan Flynn. Committee member Charles Perry noted that while all individuals who testified were given an official subpoena, Hall himself was not granted one. In fact, it was more directly avoided by the committee, after it first sent him a subpoena only to withdraw it. A subpoena would have insulated individuals from risk in violating FERPA.
Empower Texans response
In December 2013, the nonprofit organization Empower Texans sent a mailer criticizing committee chair Carol Alvarado. The mailer stated that lawmakers improperly focused on Hall's behavior, rather than investigating the allegations of clout at the University of Texas, Austin. Alvarado called the mailer the action of "an outside group that’s trying to influence an investigation." Empower Texans president Michael Quinn Sullivan said the legislature was engaging in a "whitewashing" of potential university wrongdoings. "We're impeaching someone for asking questions," he said.
- Note: The full draft report can be found here
On April 7, 2014, the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle viewed an advance copy of Hardin's 176-page report. The newspapers reported that the document was previously made available to committee members on April 4, 2014. The report alleges that Hall broke state and federal law. As of April 8, 2014, the report was not yet made public. Hall's lawyers said he would not comment on the report until he had seen it. According to the newspaper summary, the report alleges that Hall attempted to coerce UT administrators prior to their testimony. The report refers to Hall's "burdensome" requests for records as one of the critiques laid out against the regent.
The Texas Tribune, which also received a copy of the report, wrote that "ironically a substantial number of the actions that the Hardin report highlights as potentially triggering impeachment occurred in part or entirely because of the committee’s investigation." The report listed four items as a sufficient basis for articles of impeachment. The report does not make any explicit recommendation to the committee.
The draft report recommended to the committee that impeachment could be pursued for at least four bases.
Hall's lawyers' response to the report
On May 6, 2014, Hall's attorney Allan Van Fleet sent a letter to the Transparency Committee in response to the report issued by Rusty Hardin. Van Fleet accused the committee of withholding information that would "exonerate Regent Hall from all of the committee's charges." The letter alleged that the committee "manipulated the process to prevent public exposure to the truth."
Van Fleet's May 6 letter made reference to a previously sent letter on April 25, 2014, that requested the release of an audio recording from an August 22, 2013 University of Texas System Board of Regents board meeting. According to the letter, a recording made by Regent Alex Cranberg at the meeting pinpoints the exact position of the Regent members regarding President Bill Powers' employment situation. The letter maintained it is a key piece of evidence that has not been released to the public. Hall's lawyers requested that the recording be released and sent to the Travis County District Attorney. The Texas Tribune also requested the recording. University of Texas System officials then asked the Attorney General for permission to withhold the recording.
The letter from Van Fleet lists seven facts that he alleges refutes the committee's assertions. Those facts listed were as follows:
- "Regent Hall fully disclosed information on his nomination application"
- "Regent Hall did not violate FERPA protections"
- "Regent Hall did not “leak” or otherwise disclose student information"
- "Regent Hall properly represented the UT System in discussions about charitable donations"
- "Regent Hall’s information requests were reasonable and necessary"
- "Regent Hall did not tamper with or coerce testimony"
- "The committee has manipulated the process to prevent public exposure to the truth about every issue under investigation"
A committee hearing was held on May 12, 2014 where legislators voted 7-1 that there were grounds for impeachment. Committee co-chair Dan Flynn (R) called the vote a "historical time." Charles Perry (R) was the one representative who voted against grounds for impeachment. In response to the vote, Hall released a statement, in which he defended his actions and accused the transparency committee of interfering with investigations of the University. "My efforts as a regent are to serve the interests of our great educational institutions, the students, faculty, and staff who make them great, and the taxpayers who fund them, not to appease a privileged class who abuse them," Hall said in the statement.
Anne Neal, president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), said the investigation of Hall was "simply off the rails." Throughout much of the investigation, legislators have maintained that Hall was on a "witch hunt" for President Bill Powers. Neal's statement took the opposite approach, accusing the legislature of engaging in an "expensive witch hunts designed to discourage public servants from asking tough questions in pursuit of the public interest." According to its website, the ACTA is "an independent, non-profit organization committed to academic freedom, excellence, and accountability at America's colleges and universities." The Texas Coalition for Higher Education Excellence supported the report's conclusions. Spokeswoman Jenifer Sarver called the findings, "deeply troubling."
After the release of the report, Hall's lawyers sent a letter on April 8, 2014 to the committee on transparency. In the letter, Hall's lawyers requested that a copy of the report be sent to their offices, as they had not been delivered a version prior to the leak of the report to the media.
In light of the report, editors at the Houston Chronicle called for Hall to resign.
Johnson's website highlights the following campaign themes:
- Excerpt: "Eric is committed to ensuring that every child in District 100 receives a quality education and has the opportunity to pursue a college degree. Currently, nearly 30% of District 100 residents between the ages of sixteen and nineteen are high school dropouts, and just 10% of District 100 residents over the age of 25 hold a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to a state average of 23%. Eric will work tirelessly in Austin to ensure that our public schools are equipped to meet the needs of every student in District 100. He will also work to make higher education more affordable for District 100's working families that have faced skyrocketing tuition and fees at Texas public universities and colleges in the past several years."
- Excerpt: "Eric is dedicated to promoting economic development in District 100, where the per capita annual income lags behind the statewide average by almost $7,000. He will strive to create more well-paying jobs for residents of District 100. Eric will pursue policies in the Texas House and also reach out to entrepreneurs and businesses owners to encourage the establishment and growth of businesses in District 100 which will bring more jobs to the community. He will also work to ensure that the Texas Workforce Commission best serves the needs of District 100 residents as they search for employment as well as job training and career development programs."
Crime and Public Safety
- Excerpt: "Eric will work in Austin and with members of the community to address the drug and crime issues that have dogged District 100 for years and threaten the safety and quality of life of its residents. He wants to ensure that there are enough highly trained law enforcement personnel that are in touch with the needs of District 100 neighborhoods and also that there are well funded after school programs to keep youth off the streets with positive and enriching alternatives to drugs, gang membership, and crime. Eric also understands that a careful approach must be taken to criminal justice with greater emphasis placed on rehabilitation for minor drug possession offenses both in order to reduce the number of repeat offenders and to assist these individuals in becoming productive, contributing members of our community. "
Elections for all 150 seats in the Texas House of Representatives will take place in 2014. A primary election took place on March 4, 2014. Those candidates who did not receive 50% or more of the vote in their party primary on March 4 faced an additional May 27 primary runoff. The general election will take place on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in these elections was December 9, 2013. Incumbent Eric Johnson was unopposed in the Democratic primary. Johnson will face Brian Chapman (L) in the general election.
Johnson ran in the 2012 election for Texas House of Representatives, District 100. The primary election took place on May 29, 2012 and he was unchallenged in the general election, which took place on November 6, 2012.
Johnson won election in District 100. He defeated then-incumbent Terri Hodge, who subsequently resigned, in the March 2 Democratic primary and faced no opposition in the November 2 general election.
| Texas House of Representatives, District 100 |
2010 General election results
|Eric Johnson (D)||14,469||100%|
Comprehensive donor information for Johnson is available dating back to 2010. Based on available campaign finance records, Johnson raised a total of $671,563 during that time period. This information was last updated on August 15, 2013.
|Eric Johnson's Campaign Contribution History|
|2012||Texas State House, District 100||$220,728|
|2010||Texas State House, District 100||$450,835|
|Grand Total Raised||$671,563|
2012Johnson won re-election to the Texas House of Representatives in 2012. During that election cycle, Johnson raised a total of $220,728.
|Texas House of Representatives 2012 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Eric Johnson's campaign in 2012|
|Crow, Harlan R||$15,000|
|Total Raised in 2012||$220,728|
|Source:Follow the Money|
2010Johnson won election to the Texas House of Representatives in 2010. During that election cycle, Johnson raised a total of $450,835.
|Texas House of Representatives 2010 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Eric Johnson's campaign in 2010|
|Crow, Harlan R||$20,000|
|Si Se Puede PAC||$11,101|
|Perry, Bob J||$10,000|
|Total Raised in 2010||$450,835|
|Source:Follow the Money|
Empower Texans Fiscal Responsibility Index
Empower Texans produces the Fiscal Responsibility Index as "a measurement of how lawmakers perform on size and role of government issues." The index uses "exemplar votes on core budget and free enterprise issues that demonstrate legislators' governing philosophy." Legislators were graded along a 0 through 100 scale in 2013 and on an A through F grading scale in 2011.
Johnson received a score of 18 in the 2013 Fiscal Responsibility Index.
Eric Johnson received a grade of F on the 2011 Fiscal Responsibility Index.
Johnson has a wife, Nakita.
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- Profile from Open States
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- Texas Public Radio, "UT Regent Wallace Hall Will Testify In Impeachment Hearing," November 13, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Perry, Straus reach out to appointees amid Hall inquiry," December 21, 2013
- Daily Caller, "Texas tries to topple higher-ed transparency," November 21, 2013
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram, "Perry calls regent impeachment “political theater”," October 30, 2013
- Lubbock Online, "Perry, Straus Reach Out to Appointees Amid Hall Inquiry," December 22, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Letter from Rick Perry to Appointees," November 22, 2013
- American Spectator, "Transparency for Thee," October 25, 2013
- Daily Texas Online, "Facing impeachment, Regent Wallace Hall defends actions in debate with Sen. Kirk Watson," September 28, 2013
- Daily Texas Online, "Former UT System vice chancellor alleges Regent Wallace Hall’s ‘clear intent to get rid of Bill Powers’," October 24, 2013
- Dallas Morning News, "UT regent sought 800,000 documents, official says in impeachment hearing," October 22, 2013
- Watchdog, "‘Witch hunt’ fallout: Speaker calls for narrower public records law," February 5, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "UT System Responds to Transparency Committee Directives," February 3, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "Cigarroa letter to the Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations," February 1, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "UT Regent Wallace Hall Updates Lawsuit Disclosures," April 30, 2013
- Real Clear Policy, "The Campaign Against Wallace Hall," August 15, 2013
- Watchdog.org, "Case against UT regent Wallace Hall is a sham — here’s proof," September 6, 2013
- News-Journal, "University of Texas regent not worried by impeachment inquiry," September 9, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Transparency Committee to Mull Impeachment of UT Regent," June 25, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Perry Blasts Impeachment Probe of Wallace Hall," October 30, 2013
- Texas Public Radio, "UT Regent Wallace Hall Will Testify In Impeachment Hearing," November 13, 2013
- Austin American Statesman, "A UT regent impeachment could make other boards cautious, expert says," November 29, 2013
- Dallas Morning News, "UT Regent Hall didn't commit crime, university attorney concludes,"January 16, 2014
- Watchdog, "UT Report: Charge against Hall is legally 'absurd'" January 14, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "Report: Regent Didn't Violate Student Privacy Laws," January 15, 2014
- Texas Tribune Uploads, "Hilder & Associates Report," January 13, 2014
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- Texas Monthly, "Regent Wallace Hall is Another Step Closer to Impeachment," September 17, 2013
- Austin American Statesman, "Transparency panel begins investigation of UT regent with closed-door session," September 16, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Lawmaker Eyes Access to UT Regents' Computers," November 4, 2013
- San Francisco Chronicle, "Texas House subpoenas Hall, but then recalls it," November 12, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "UT System Lawyer: Hall May Have Shared Private Info," November 12, 2013
- Austin American Statesman, "UT Regent Wallace Hall might have broken privacy laws, panel members suggest," November 12, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Committee Recalls Subpoena for UT Regent Hall," November 12, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Ahead of Hearings, UT Regent Hall Requests Subpoena," December 5, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "Committee Letter to Hall," December 10, 2013
- My San Antonio, "Letter to Committee," December 16, 2013
- The Republic, "Embattled UT Regent Wallace Hall won't testify to lawmakers considering possible impeachment," December 17, 2013
- Your Houston News, "UT regent facing possible ouster won’t testify," December 17, 2013
- Texas Tribune, "UT Regent Hall Declines Invitation to Testify," December 17, 2013
- News Journal, "Lawmaker: Regent’s silence ’slap in face’" December 19, 2013
- Dallas Morning News, "UT regent Wallace Hall won’t attend impeachment investigation," December 17, 2013
- Texas Public Radio, "UT Regent Wallace Hall Declines to Speak with Lawmakers," December 16, 2013
- Watchdog, "Chancellor is probing favoritism in UT admissions," December 19, 2013
- Houston Chronicle, "Empower Texans mailer criticizes Hall impeachment panel," December 19, 2013
- My San Antonio, "Clout Mailer from Empower Texans," December 19, 2013
- Houston Chronicle, "Report: UT regent abused office, may have violated law," April 7, 2014
- Dallas Morning News, "UT regent Wallace Hall possibly committed impeachable offenses, investigation report show," April 7, 2014
- Austin American Statesman, "Report for House panel finds grounds to impeach UT Regent Wallace L. Hall Jr.," April 7, 2014
- Houston Chronicle, "Report: UT regent may have broken law," April 7, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "Report Cites Possible Grounds for Hall's Impeachment," April 8, 2014
- Rusty Hardin & Associates, LLP, "Investigative Report to the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations regarding Conduct by University of Texas Regent Wallace Hall and Impeachment Under the June 25, 2013 Proclamation," March 2014
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- Texas Tribune, "Hall's Lawyer Accuses Committee of Withholding Information," May 6, 2014
- Watchdog, "Attorney: Secret tape covered up by lawmakers proves regent’s innocence," May 7, 2014
- Texas Tribune, "Letter from Van Fleet to the Committee on May 6, 2014
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