About

Jeff Cason is a retired business professional with nearly fifty years of experience in corporate America and Europe. As a long time Texas resident, he has always identified with the spirit of freedom and liberty that so distinctly embodies what it means to be called a Texan. He’s truly a rock solid unapologetic conservative in the truest sense of the word.

Jeff became active in local Texas politics in 2004 and in 2006 he ran for and won a seat on the City Council in Bedford, Texas. After serving a successful three year term, he chose not to run again. Shortly thereafter, as a result of his noticeable Conservative credentials on City Council, he was recruited by local elected Tarrant County officials to enter the Republican primary for House District 92 in 2009. That effort fell short, but again in 2019, elected officials convinced Jeff to re-engage and run again for the House seat that was being vacated in HD-92. That effort was ultimately successful.

Jeff is known as a “straight shooter” and someone who will never mince words for the sake of politics. Truth and accountability are the keystone’s of his service and relationship with the Texas voters that he serves. Jeff is a follower of Christ, a husband, father, grandfather and great-grand father. He currently holds the office of Texas State Representative for House District 92 where he resides with his wife Wendy.

The 88th Legislative Session Begins

The 88th Legislative Session Begins

Hello friends and patriots! Join me this week as I bring you real-time details of the opening of the 88th Legislative Session here in Texas. You'll hear details about the dismal start to a new session by a leadership that has no intention of providing any amount of...

The Committee to Protect All Texan’s targets our Gun Rights

The Committee to Protect All Texan’s targets our Gun Rights

Happy New Year, friends and Patriots! Welcome to a brand new year of Back Room Access, and in this week's Episode 46, The Committee to Protect All Texan’s targets our Gun Rights. Listen in as I explain how the gun rights of all Texan’s could be in danger in 2023....