Governor James 'Rick' Richard Perry's Public Statements


Full Name: James 'Rick' Richard Perry
Current Office: Governor, Republican
First Elected: 11/05/2000
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Anita; 2 Children: Griffin, Sydney
Birth Date: 03/04/1950
Birth Place: Paint Creek, TX
Home City: Austin, TX
Religion: Methodist
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8/10/05 Letter to Shirley J. Neeley, Ed.D, Education Commissioner 8/09/05 Governor Perry Signs Education Budget; Adds Eminent Domain to Special Session Call 8/08/05 Gov. Perry Announces $365 Million Package to Bring Navy Master Jet Base to South Texas 8/02/05 Gov. Perry Praises Toyota Decision to Increase Capacity of Plant 8/01/05 Gov. Perry Signs Bill to Increase Clean Energy Production 7/21/05 Proclamation - Adds Judicial Pay to Call for Special Session 7/20/05 Gov. Perry Announces Special Session for July 21st 7/20/05 Proclamation - Adds Education to Call for Special Session 7/20/05 Proclamation - Adds Telecom to Call for Special Session 7/20/05 Proclamation - Special Session 7/19/05 Proclamation - ADA Awareness Day 7/16/05 Gov. Perry Announces Grant to Help Create Institute for Genomic Medicine 7/15/05 Gov. Perry Announces $25.9 Million Distributed from Victims of Crime Act Funds 7/15/05 Big Tobacco Once Again Tries to Snuff Out Property Tax Cut 7/12/05 Gov. Perry Opens Call to Telecom, Renewable Energy Issues 7/11/05 Gov. Perry Opens Session Call to Tuition Revenue Bonds, Judicial Pay Raise Issues 7/08/05 Gov. Perry Expands Call of Special Session to Protect Private Property Rights 7/08/05 Gov. Perry Ceremonially Signs Law to Help Protect Peace Officer Integrity 7/07/05 Statement by Gov. Rick Perry on House Passage of HB3 7/07/05 Gov. Perry Responds to London Bombings 7/01/05 Gov. Perry Discusses Border Security with Mexico Attorney General 6/30/05 Statement of Gov. Rick Perry on Texas Senate Passage of Education Reform Bill 6/30/05 Statement of Gov. Rick Perry on BSE Announcement 6/30/05 Perry Announces Ericsson-Cingular Expansion 6/29/05 Perry Welcomes Washington Mutual to San Antonio 6/29/05 Statement of Gov. Rick Perry on House Committee Passage of HB 3 6/27/05 Statement on Supreme Court's Ruling on 10 Commandments Monument 6/22/05 Gov. Perry Issues Commutations in Accordance With U.S. Supreme Court Order 6/21/05 Gov. Perry Proposes Historic Education Funding, Record Property Tax Relief 6/21/05 Text of Gov. Perry's Remarks Announcing School Finance Plan 6/18/05 Gov. Rick Perry's Remarks At June 18th News Conference 6/18/05 Gov. Perry Says Legislators Must Come Back, Get School Funding Right 6/17/05 Gov. Perry Signs Legislation Honoring President Ronald Reagan 6/17/05 Gov. Perry Signs Life Without Parole Bill, Also Signs Bill Changing Death Certificate on Executed Inmates 6/17/05 Gov. Perry Signs Bills to Assist Military Families and Communities 6/17/05 Gov. Perry Signs Bills to Protect Gun Owners' Rights 6/15/05 Gov. Perry Signs Legislation to Reduce Methamphetamine Production, Use 6/15/05 Gov. Perry Hosts Small Business Summit in El Paso 6/14/05 Perry Attends Groundbreaking for Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center 6/14/05 Gov. Perry Signs Transportation Bill into Law 6/13/05 Perry Signs Bill Creating Emerging Technology Fund 6/09/05 Executive Order RP44 - Relating to Transition of Functions from the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission to the Texas Department of Insurance 6/09/05 Gov. Perry Signs Early Start Initiative 6/07/05 Gov. Perry Signs Reforms to Protect Vulnerable Children, Adults 6/07/05 Gov. Rick Perry Appoints Mike Geeslin as Insurance Commissioner 6/05/05 Gov. Rick Perry Signs Parental Consent Bill 6/02/05 Governor Perry Reaffirms Commitment to Education Reform 6/01/05 Perry Signs Workers Compensation Reforms into Law 5/31/05 Governor Perry Highlights Successes of Legislative Session 5/31/05 Gov. Perry: Important Strides made in 2005 Legislative Session … Work Still Left to Be Done