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Allen Fletcher

Allen Fletcher

Date of Birth April 9, 1955
Age 67 years, 4 months, 22 days
Place of Birth
Country United States
Profession Politician
Horoscope Aries

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Allen Fletcher Biography

Allen Fletcher is a famous Politician, who was born on April 9, 1955 in United States. According to Astrologers, Allen Fletcher's zodiac sign is Aries.

Billy Allen Fletcher, known as Allen Fletcher (born April 9, 1955), is a security company owner from Tomball, a suburb of Houston, Texas, who is a Republican former member of the Texas House of Representatives. He represented District 130 in northwestern Harris County from 2009 through 2017.

Fletcher’s wife is the former Penelope Suzanne Benn, known as “Penny” Fletcher (born c. 1958), was born and raised in Jamaica and came to the states at the age of 19. He has three children and, as of 2014, three grandchildren. Representative Fletcher is a member of the Spring Creek Church of Christ at 14847 Brown Road in Tomball.

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For nineteen years, Fletcher was a Houston city police officer. His last assignment, which ended in 1998, was in the office of the inspector general. He is affiliated with Rotary International, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Emergency Preparedness Committee, all in Tomball.

Allen Fletcher Net Worth

Allen Fletcher is one of the richest Politician & listed on most popular Politician. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Allen Fletcher net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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For nineteen years, Fletcher was a Houston city police officer. His last assignment, which ended in 1998, was in the office of the inspector general. He is affiliated with Rotary International, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Emergency Preparedness Committee, all in Tomball.

In the 2008 Republican primary, Fletcher unseated the three-term incumbent Corbin Van Arsdale, a lawyer from Tomball, previously from Cypress, Texas. Fletcher polled 9,246 votes (52.2 percent) to Van Arsdale’s 8,454 (47.8 percent). Fletcher then defeated Libertarian Party nominee, William B. Gray, Jr., in the general election 63,945 (87.6 percent) to 9,031 (12.4 percent). Never has Fletcher faced a Democratic opponent.

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In 2011, Fletcher supported a resolution to reduce funding for state agencies. He voted to expand the sales tax to Internet transactions to match existing laws for brick and mortar stores; the measure passed the House 125-20. Fletcher voted against a bill to prohibit smoking in public places. He voted to establish eligibility for indigent health care. He voted against corporal punishment in public schools; the bill nevertheless passed the House, 80-64. Fletcher voted to require colleges and universities to make student centers compatible with traditional family values. Fletcher supported picture identification of voters. In 2013, Fletcher supported related legislation to forbid a voter from turning in multiple ballots.

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Fletcher opposed the taxpayer-funded school breakfast program, which passed the House, 73-58. He co-sponsored legislation to provide marshals for school security as a separate law-enforcement entity. He co-sponsored the successful bill to extend the franchise tax exemption to certain businesses. Fletcher voted for the adoption of the biennial state budgets in 2013 but not in 2011. He voted to require testing for narcotics of those individuals receiving unemployment compensation.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Allen Fletcher celebrates birthday on April 9 of every year.

Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum, managed in Texas by Cathie Adams, a former state chairman of the Texas Republican Party, rated Fletcher 88 percent favorable in 2013, 44 percent in 2011, and 92 percent in 2009. The Young Conservatives of Texas gave him a cumulative score of 83 percent. The interest group Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, founded by Michael Quinn Sullivan, rated Fletcher 81 percent favorable in 2013, 75 percent in 2011, and 86 percent in 2009. The Texas Association of Business awarded him a cumulative career score of 92 percent. The Texas League of Conservation Voters rated him 71 percent in 2013; the Sierra Club, 20 percent in 2011. The National Rifle Association scored Fletcher 92 percent in 2012 and letter-grade “A” in all of his previous term. The Libertarian Party rated him 81 percent in 2009 on matters of economic issues and personal liberties.

Representative Fletcher in 2013 supported the ban on abortion after twenty weeks of gestation; the measure passed the House, 96-49. He voted for companion legislation to increase medical and licensing requirements of abortion providers, a move which opponents said could lead to the closure of many abortion clinics in the state. These issues brought forth an unsuccessful filibuster in the state Senate by Wendy R. Davis of Fort Worth, who in 2014 is the Democratic nominee for governor against the Republican Greg Abbott. In 2011, Fletcher supported two other anti-abortion measures. One forbids state funding of agencies which perform abortions. The other requires that a woman undergo a sonogram before procuring an abortion. This legislation is based on the view that a woman could change her mind about an abortion once she witnesses the development of the unborn child through the latest technology. Despite his votes on those four issues, the Texas Right to Life Committee, according to Project Vote Smart, rated Fletcher 78 percent favorable in 2013 and 64 percent in 2011. The National Abortion Rights Action League rated him 0 percent in 2009.

Fletcher did not seek re-nomination in the Republican primary held on March 1, 2016. Anethesiologist Tom Oliverson won the party nomination to succeed Fletcher by defeating Kay Smith, 16,988 votes (70 percent) to 7,265 (30 percent).

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