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State Representative Ramón Romero, Jr. is serving in his fifh term proudly representing the people of House District 90 in Fort Worth, Texas. Rep. Romero is currently serving on the House Committee on on Transportation and the House Committee on Urban Affairs.

Through Rep. Romero’s involvement as a neighborhood representative working with the Fort Worth City Council in the 2000’s, he formed long-lasting relationships and was appointed to the Fort Worth Zoning Commission and chair of the Fort Worth Planning Commission during a period that saw Fort Worth’s greatest increase in size and population. These collective experiences fostered his passion for public service, which led to a close loss in a run for Fort Worth City Council in 2012.


Still determined to serve his community in public office, he ran again, this time for State Representative in House District 90. In 2014, he won the Democratic Primary for House District 90 in Fort Worth against an 18-year incumbent,

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becoming the first Hispanic State Representative in Tarrant County history. During his first term as State Representative, Romero was awarded 'Democrat Freshman of the Year' by his peers after a highly successful legislative session. 

Over the last four sessions, Rep. Romero has filed and passed legislation focusing on cracking down on human trafficking, government transparency, workforce development, mental healthcare access, government bureaucracy streamlining, inmate rehabilitation, and veteran assistance. 

Representative Romero is a lifelong resident of Fort Worth, Texas, and still lives in the East Fort Worth neighborhood he grew up in. He is the father of four children: Lindsay, Lauren, Giovanni, and Ramon, and a proud grandfather to three grandchildren. In his early 20’s, he started his pool business, A-Fast Tile & Coping. By age 25, A-Fast had over 60 employees, many from his neighborhood. To this day, Representative Romero still owns A-Fast Tile & Coping and Stone Mason Supply. Representative Romero is a well-respected father, businessman, and community leader who believes that success is measured not by how much you have received, but by how much you have given.

  • 2015 Democratic Freshman of the Year

  • 2016 Special Commendation Award from Texas Marriage & Family Therapists

  • Elected Official of the Year Award, American Planning Association – Texas Chapter (2017)

  • Tejano Democrat of the Year Award, Texas Tejano Democrats (2021)

  • In two sessions, passed eight pieces of legislation on a variety of topics including: Mental health access, criminal justice reform, human trafficking, and government transparency.

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  • Job Creation

  • Mental Health Access

  • Criminal Justice Reform

  • Government Transparency

  • Public Education Funding Reform

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