Jacey Jetton is a 7th generation Texan who represents Sugar Land, Richmond, and the surrounding areas in the Texas House of Representatives. He serves on the Committees for Redistricting, Public Health, Elections, the Policy Committee for the Texas House Republican Caucus, and the Select Committee on Constitutional Rights and Remedies. During the 87th Legislative session, he was selected by his peers in the Republican Caucus to be Freshman of the session. Professionally, Jetton is a small business owner who also serves Fort Bend County by volunteering with various organizations that focus on supporting single moms, those in poverty, and veterans’ issues.
Jacey and Fanny Jetton have two boys, Jacob and Calob, who attend schools in Fort Bend ISD. Jetton’s background includes working in the 83rd legislative session as a Legislative Director, in the Texas Comptroller’s agency working as a taxpayer liaison, President for a Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District, and in the Republican Party as Engagement Director for the Republican Party of Texas. He was then elected Chairman of the Fort Bend County Republican Party. Jetton served in the Texas Army National Guard where he was attached to a mechanized infantry unit in the 36th Infantry Division.