House District 101 Overview & Map
Situated between Dallas and Fort Worth and located entirely in Tarrant County, Texas House District 101 was created by the Legislature in 2011, reflecting the rapid growth of southeast Tarrant County. It was altered during redistricting in 2021 to include additional neighborhoods in Mansfield and Arlington. The district is ethnically diverse, 32% of eligible voters are African American, 32% Anglo, 23% Hispanic, and 10% Asian.
This rapidly growing and diverse district includes communities in central and south Arlington, west and south Grand Prairie and east Mansfield. Major employers in the area include the school districts, the University of Texas at Arlington, General Motors, and Tarrant County College. Great Southwest Industrial Park and Grand Prairie Premium Outlets are also key contributors to the local economy, as well as many thriving small businesses, including a variety of ethnic markets and eateries.
It is a top priority of our office to provide prompt and thorough assistance to constituents when they have problems or issues with state government. Although our office can’t guarantee the outcome in any constituent matter, we will work hard to cut through red tape, get answers and reach a favorable resolution, if possible. Our office staff is available to assist our constituents with a range of state government matters including:
- Child and Adult Foster Care
- Child Protective Services
- Child Support
- Children’s Health Insurance Program benefits
- Elderly and Aging Services
- SNAP Benefits
- State Health and Mental Health Services
- State Licensed Nursing Homes
- College Planning and Financial Aid Resources
- Consumer Protection
- Unemployment Insurance
- Workers Compensation
- State Prison System
- State Rehabilitation Services
- State Youth Incarceration
- Crime Victims Program
- Driver’s License and Identification
- Environmental Issues overseen by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
- Professional Licensing
- Transportation Issues covered by Texas Department of Transportation
- Vital Statistics
Please call 817-459-2800 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Visiting the Capitol
Representative Turner’s office is located in the Capitol in room 4N.4. Click here for a downloadable map of the Capitol building.
Please feel free to use our office as a source of information when making plans to visit our state Capitol. We can assist you in setting up tours of the state Capitol building.
Call 817-459-2800 or e-mail our office at email@example.com for assistance in planning a visit to the Texas Capitol.
- Representative Chris Turner
- Texas Senate
- Texas House
- Texas Legislature Online
- Texas Legislative Reference Library
Tarrant County Area Contacts:
- 2-1-1 Texas
- North Central Texas Council of Governments – 817-640-3300
- JPS Health Network – 817-702-3431
- Tarrant County Commissioners Court – 817-884-1111
- City of Arlington – 817-459-6777
- City of Grand Prairie – 972-237-8000
- U.S. Congressional Jake Ellzey – 202-868-1085
- U.S. Congressman Marc Veasey – 202-225-9897
- Who Represents Me? provides information about current districts and members of the Texas Senate, Texas House of Representatives, the Texas delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives, and the State Board of Education. U.S. Senators are elected statewide, rather than from districts.
- Districtviewer is a graphic viewing system that displays interactive maps and demographic and election reports for current state house, state senate, U.S.Congressional, and State Board of Education districts, as well as selected redistricting proposals for the State of Texas. All redistricting proposals that have been made public in the legislative process are available during the time that they are under consideration.
- VOTExas Information Resources is an extensive list of Texas voter information compiled from the Secretary of State’s office. Among others, there is information about:
- Upcoming Elections
- Early Voting
- Student Voters
- Military/Overseas Voters
- Poll Watcher’s Guide
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) answered by The Texas Secretary of State.
For assistance in obtaining a resolution for occasions such as commendations or memorials, please call 512-463-0574 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For assistance in purchasing Texas state flags that have been flown over the state Capitol, please call 817-459-2800 or e-mail email@example.com.