Dan Mathews is a candidate for Texas State Representative, District 76 in the November general election. Dan won the Republican Primary with 52% of the vote in a three candidate race.
Dan’s professional career has been varied and has included multiple interests. Dan has spent twenty-three years in the Oil and Gas Industry working for major energy corporations in leadership roles, and in business as Business Unit Leader and Vice President. He is also a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker. Dan holds a Chemical Engineering degree and an MBA.
Dan has been married to his wife, Daisy, for twenty-seven years. The couple has two children, Christopher and Melody. Dan is a member of Christian Assembly of Houston Church.
Dan’s campaign will focus on the issues that matter to all Texans including protecting students in schools, improving the Texas school system, stronger border security, increased energy independence, supporting law enforcement and protecting families and children. Dan is a servant leader and will campaign that way.
Dan was born in India and spent his childhood and school years in India and Zambia, Africa before he migrated to the United States in the late 1980’s. He has been in Texas for the last 33 years.
Dan Mathews has been actively involved in the public for three decades. Dan has also served as a Christian Youth Minister and has served on the Boards of both profit and non-profit organizations.
“When I am elected, I will uphold the Constitution and serve every citizen of Texas with dignity and honor. Texans deserve to have a government that works for them and not special interest groups.”
– Dan Mathews
Dan started Stafford Christian Center in 2016, which supports the local community. Through diverse organizations, he has been assisting people in need with food drives, school and toy drives, disaster assistance, building houses, supporting the elderly, and other charitable events.
Texas State House District 76 is a new open district in Fort Bend County after the state legislature re-drew boundaries in October 2021. This district consists of the cities of Sugar Land, Stafford, Richmond, Meadows, and certain unincorporated parts of Fort Bend County.