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Geanie Morrison

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Date of Birth October 6, 1950
Age 72 years, 2 months, 10 days
Place of Birth Victoria
Country Australia
Profession Politician
Horoscope Libra

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Children(s) Matt Morrison, Lauri Perry
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Geanie Morrison Biography

Geanie Morrison is a famous Politician, who was born on October 6, 1950 in Australia. According to Astrologers, Geanie Morrison's zodiac sign is Libra.

She is married to Jack Ryberg Morrison, Jr. (born c. 1947), a partner of the Certified Public Accounting firm, Bumgardner Morrison Company, LLP. The couple has two children, Lauri Gean Morrison Perry (born c. 1972) and Matt Clayton Morrison (born c. 1978). Lauri and her husband, Christopher Perry, reside in Austin with their two children, Cole Matthew Perry and Ella Simone Perry. The Morrisons’ son, Matt, is a veteran of the United States Air Force and a lawyer in San Antonio, Texas.

Geanie Williams Morrison (born October 6, 1950) is a Republican state representative from Victoria, Texas, who has since 1999 represented District 30, based in Victoria County but including as well Aransas, Calhoun, De Witt, Goliad, and Refugio counties. Victoria is located 125 miles west of Houston off U.S. Highway 59 in the southeastern portion of the state.

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In 1998, incumbent Republican Representative Steven Glenn Holzheauser (born August 4, 1953), then of Victoria and currently of Austin, did not seek reelection to the District 30 House seat, which he had won over fellow incumbent Tim Von Dohlen, a Democrat from Goliad, in the 1992 general election following redistricting from the 1990 census. Geanie Morrison narrowly defeated John Taylor Starkey (born c. 1958) of Victoria to claim the Republican nomination for the seat in the 1998 primary election. She polled 3,183 votes (50.9 percent) to Starkey’s 3,065 (49.1 percent). Morrison then claimed the seat in the general election by defeating Democrat Vernon N. Reaser (born c. 1965), of Victoria, 16,176 (52.7 percent) to 14,494 (47.3 percent).

Geanie Morrison Net Worth

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

Geanie Morrison Net Worth & Salary
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In 1998, incumbent Republican Representative Steven Glenn Holzheauser (born August 4, 1953), then of Victoria and currently of Austin, did not seek reelection to the District 30 House seat, which he had won over fellow incumbent Tim Von Dohlen, a Democrat from Goliad, in the 1992 general election following redistricting from the 1990 census. Geanie Morrison narrowly defeated John Taylor Starkey (born c. 1958) of Victoria to claim the Republican nomination for the seat in the 1998 primary election. She polled 3,183 votes (50.9 percent) to Starkey’s 3,065 (49.1 percent). Morrison then claimed the seat in the general election by defeating Democrat Vernon N. Reaser (born c. 1965), of Victoria, 16,176 (52.7 percent) to 14,494 (47.3 percent).

As a freshman legislator, Morrison authored the Texas “Baby Moses law”, which was enacted in 1999 to offer desperate women an alternative to abandonment of their newborn babies. The other forty-nine states have since passed similar measures. Morrison said that nearly one hundred newborns in Texas alone have been saved from abandonment.

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The interest group, the Texas Community College Teachers Association, once named Morrison, who attended a community college, Victoria College, as its “Legislator of the Year”. In 2008, she was named “Distinguished Citizen of the Year” by the South Texas Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

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After her initial election, Morrison was mostly unopposed for reelection every two years. However, in the 2012 general election, she faced a Democratic opponent, attorney Alex R. Hernandez, Jr. of Victoria, whom she defeated, 38,304 (68.3 percent) to 17,750 (31.7 percent). In 2014, Morrison again was unopposed in the general election.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Geanie Morrison celebrates birthday on October 6 of every year.

In 2011, Morrison voted to ban smoking in public places; the measure passed the House, 73–66. That same year she opposed a measure to reduce funding for state agencies. She opposed legislation to establish corporal punishment as a method of discipline in public schools, but the measure passed, 84–55. She voted for a sales tax on Internet transactions in Texas; the measure passed the House, 125–20.

In 2013, Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum, managed in Texas by Cathie Adams, a former state chairman of the Texas Republican Party, rated Morrison 75 percent favorable. Eagle Forum rated her 50 percent in 1999, when she first arrived in the legislature. The Young Conservatives of Texas gave her a cumulative score since 1999 of 70 percent. The Texas League of Conservation Voters rated her 79 percent in 2013; the Sierra Club, 17 percent in 2011. The interest group, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, founded by Michael Quinn Sullivan, rated her 56 percent, but 75 percent in 2011. The Texas Association of Business rated her 87 percent in 2013. The National Rifle Association rated her 92 percent.

Morrison voted to establish a taxpayer-funded breakfast program for public schools; the measure passed the House, 73–58. She supported legislation to provide marshals for school security as a separate law-enforcement entity. She supported the requirement of immunization of minors without parental consent, a measure which the House approved, 71–61. She supported the law to extend the franchise tax exemption to certain businesses. Morrison voted to prohibit texting while driving. She voted to require testing for narcotics of those receiving unemployment compensation. She voted against the “equal pay for women” measure, which passed the House, 78–61. Morrison voted to forbid the state from enforcing federal regulations of firearms. She vote to allow college and university officials to carry concealed weapons in the name of campus security. She voted for the redistricting bills for the state House, the Texas Senate, and the United States House of Representatives. Morrison voted against term limits for certain state officials.

In the 2013 legislative session, Morrison supported a ban on abortion after twenty weeks of gestation; the bill passed the House, 96–49. She voted for companion legislation to increase medical and licensing requirements of abortion providers. In 2011, Morrison voted for an amendment to forbid state funding of facilities that perform abortions; the measure passed the House 90–44. She voted in 2011 to require women procuring an abortion to first undergo a sonogram. Despite those high-profile votes, Texas Right to Life rated her only 33 percent favorable in 2013, but 62 percent in 2011 and 100 percent in 2005.

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