Daniel Lee decided to run for the Texas House of Representatives to use his experience, education, and legal career to help Texans have a strong and compassionate voice as their Representative. As a proud native Texan, Daniel has been discouraged by the amount of vitriol that has been spewed in both state and national politics. It’s time for a voice that cares about everyone, not just big money donors.
Family is at the forefront of every decision he makes. Being raised in a hardworking family, his parents instilled the values of the American dream at an early age. They taught him important business skills in both their restaurant and real estate firm. Daniel learned it didn’t matter how much money there was to count if the dishes were not washed. “Always finish what you start.” Was one of his mother’s most important pieces of advice.
As a graduate of The University of Texas, he developed a keen understanding of the Economy. While earning his Bachelor’s degree in Economics, he worked for various Texas State House Representatives organizing bills and responding to constituents at the Capitol. Daniel advanced his education at Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University.
In 2007 he began his career as a lawyer and has been fighting for families, children, single mothers, and fathers’ rights for over a decade. He has handled thousands of trials, hearings, and contested matters for many Texans and specifically for his neighbors in the Katy, Richmond, Pecan Grove, and Richmond areas of Fort Bend County, Texas.
With the support of his family: Vanessa, Kayla, Kolton, Ithica, their four cats, and dog-Daniel is running to represent you and your family in the Texas House!
About Texas House District 26
The lines of House District 26 have recently been redrawn. Click on the map and take a good look to see if your residence exists within its boundaries for the 2022 election. A more detailed map can be viewed at the Texas DistrictViewer.
Contained entirely within Fort Bend County, this district runs from Old Katy in the north, to Rosenberg in the southwest and Sugar Land in the southeast. The communities of Cinco Ranch, Pecan Grove, and Richmond are fully contained within this district.