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"Milasincic is super smart, thoughtful and passionate."
Houston Chronicle editorial


Texas deserves progress, for a change. Special-interest extremists have rigged state government to serve only themselves. Instead of improving and properly funding our schools, they bicker over bathrooms. Instead of doing the hard work to prevent man-made flooding, they bully immigrants.

In 2018, there’s a better choice. Adam Milasincic is an award-winning business lawyer who, thanks to public schools, climbed from cashier to earning the No. 1 score on the Texas Bar exam. After nearly seven years of winning high-stakes lawsuits against some of the most powerful companies in Texas, Adam has the experience and toughness to take on the special interests and win.

Unlike our current representative, Adam will fight to:

  • Guarantee world-class education from pre-K through college by increasing state funds for public schools and keeping class sizes small. Empower teachers to focus on lessons instead of constant standardized tests. And end the school-to-prison pipeline that treats kids as criminals when they really need help and counseling.

  • Treat flood control like the emergency it is. Use “rainy day” dollars to improve reservoirs and replace decades-old drainage systems. Toughen rules for new construction to protect our families, and crack down on builders who break existing laws.

  • Punish polluters who poison our air and water. Cut carbon emissions and opt in at the state level to the Paris Climate Accord—a common-sense solution that leading Houston employers such as Shell, Chevron, and Exxon support.

  • Stop all the hate. No more discrimination. No more dividing families. Diversity is one of Houston’s greatest strengths, immigrants make our city great, and we deserve leaders who will resist the culture of hate that Donald Trump and the extremists in Austin have unleashed.  



  • Graduated from public schools from kindergarten through law school.

  • Started working for family business at age 11 as a cashier, DJ, and floor installer before legal career.

  • Earned No. 1 score on Texas Bar Exam and No. 1 grades in first year of law school.

  • Recognized by three industry ratings, including Chambers USA, as among the best young lawyers in Texas for complex business litigation.

  • Proud descendant of immigrant steelworker; strong advocate for ending discrimination against all immigrants.

  • Lives in Spring Branch with wife, Michelle Rodriguez Milasincic.