A lifelong resident of our district, Representative Stephanie Klick has a long record of fighting for our conservative agenda both here in our community and as our state representative in Austin. She has been recognized for her conservative leadership by numerous organizations and conservative leaders, especially for her heroic efforts in defending the sanctity of life.
Rep. Klick had an important role in major conservative legislation passed in recent legislative sessions including banning partial birth abortions, co-authoring the landmark prolife Heartbeat Bill, authoring a bill to ban mail order chemical abortions, and helping lead the effort to protect young girls by ensuring only they can participate in girls’ sports. Her record includes votes to ban a state income tax, expand Second Amendment freedoms with Constitutional Carry, pass record border security funding, protect religious liberty, and much more.
Rep. Klick Honoring the North Richland Hills Fire Department
Deep District Roots
First elected to the Texas House in 2012, Stephanie Klick is a native Texan with deep roots in House District 91, where she was raised. After attending school in Birdville ISD and later at St. John the Apostle Catholic School, she was accepted to Texas Christian University. At TCU, she worked her way through college and earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
Meeting Constituents at the Haltom City Senior Center
A Passion for Nursing
Representative Klick first developed her passion for nursing when she volunteered as a candy striper at North Hills Medical Center in North Richland Hills, formerly known as Glenview Hospital. After completing her nursing degree, Stephanie returned to North Hills Medical Center where she worked as a nurse, eventually reaching the position of nursing supervisor. In time she would leave the Medical Center to become a nursing consultant. While serving as a consultant she coordinated the care of the catastrophically injured and served as a compliance consultant for long-term care facilities for those with developmental disabilities. Altogether, Rep. Klick has over 40 years of nursing experience.
Stephanie receiving the Northeast Tarrant County Chamber’s “Excalibur Award” from Chairwoman Layla Caraway. This is the highest honor the Chamber gives each year, presented annually to the outstanding elected official who has demonstrated steady leadership and determined dedication to Northeast Tarrant County.
Lifelong Conservative Republican
Representative Klick served as Chair of the Tarrant County Republican Party for six years, where she worked to build Tarrant County into one of the strongest Republican counties in Texas. In November 2012, she was elected to represent House District 91 comprised of Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Watauga, and a portion of Fort Worth. She was most recently re-elected in November 2020, receiving the highest number of votes of any Republican in the district at any level.
Rep. Klick currently serves as Chair of the House Public Health Committee and serves on the House Committee on Human Services, General Investigating Committee, House Administration Committee, Constitutional Rights & Remedies Select Committee, and Youth Health & Safety Select Committee. She serves as Vice President of the Texas Conservative Coalition and is a board member of the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute. She also serves on the Texas Supreme Court’s Children’s Commission, and the Texas Secretary of State’s Elections Advisory Committee.
Family and Faith
Two of Stephanie’s granddaughters on the campaign trail!
Stephanie has four grown children: a daughter and three sons. She and her husband, Don, have been married for 42 years and are proud grandparents of eleven grandchildren. A committed Christian, Stephanie and Don are active in their local church. Don is a real estate broker and owns and operates a real estate investment firm.
A proud moment:Stephanie with her newborn granddaughter in 2018