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On April 21, 1836, Texans fought and won the Battle of San Jacinto to defend Texas independence. After this victory, Texas became fully independent from Mexico. While the battle only lasted 18 minutes, hundreds of Mexicans were killed, injured or captured while only nine Texan soldiers were killed and 26 were wounded. Let us not forget the brave men and women we have to thank for our beautiful state, as we celebrate the 182nd anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last night the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a crawfish boil as part of the 2018 Navigating the Neches legislative tour. I want to thank my friends and colleagues, Senator Eddie Lucio and Chief Nim Kidd of the Texas Division of Emergency Management, for making a special trip to attend. State Representative Dade Phelan and I were honored to serve as hosts for the event. We enjoyed seeing so many folks from the Orange community! ... See MoreSee Less

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On April 21, 1836, Texans fought & won the Battle of San Jacinto to defend Texas independence. Let us not forget the brave men & women we have to thank for our beautiful state, as we celebrate the 182nd anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto. #txlege #SanJacintoDay

Last night the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a crawfish boil as part of the 2018 Navigating the Neches legislative tour. Thank you @SenatorLucio & @chiefkidd for attending. @DadePhelan & I enjoyed hosting the event & visiting w/ folks from the community! #txlege

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Re-Elect Senator Nichols

A Tried-And-True Conservative

Senator Nichols is a tried-and-true conservative. He served as County Chairman for dozens of Republican candidates including United States Senators John Tower, Phil Gramm and John Cornyn, then-Governor George W. Bush, Governor Rick Perry and Nichols’ conservative tradition continues. Nichols has been named a “Champion for Free Enterprise” by the Texas Association of Business multiple years in a row, Texas Eagle Forum has named him one of the most conservative members of the Texas Legislature, and he has been named a “Champion for Children” by the Equity Center for his work to improve the school finance system.

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CONTACT

Phone: (903) 586-1200
Fax: (903) 586-7877
Email: info@nicholsforsenate.com

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2347
Jacksonville, Texas 75766

Physical Address:
214 East Commerce Street
Jacksonville, Texas 75766

MEET ROBERT NICHOLS

Texas Sen. Robert Nichols is a devoted husband and father who shares our conservative East Texas values. Sen. Nichols cares deeply about Texas and our country.