After redistricting in the Texas House of Representatives, Brown County will move from House District 60 to House District 68. State Representative Glenn Rogers will still represent Brown County through 2022 but, come January 2023, Brown County is part of HD 68 which is currently represented by David Spiller of Jacksboro. HD 68 will consist of 12 counties being Cooke, Montague, Jack, Young, Throckmorton, Shackelford, Eastland, Brown, Comanche, Mills, San Saba, and Lampasas Counties. Coleman County also leaves District 60 and becomes part of Drew Darby’s District 72 headquartered in San Angelo. HD 60 will include just three counties, Palo Pinto, Stephens and Parker in 2023. Rogers announced Wednesday that he plans to seek re-election to the three county district next year.
David Spiller Bio
David Spiller is the State Representative for House District 68 (HD 68). If his district were a state, it would be the 42nd largest in the union. The district stretches 300 miles east and west between Cooke and Garza Counties, and 200 miles north and south between Wheeler and Fisher Counties.
David is a Christian and a rural conservative Republican. David works to advance and defend the conservative principles, values and beliefs of the people of HD 68, and to provide experienced, knowledgeable and accessible representation that the citizens of HD 68 deserve.
David fights for lower taxes, protects the right to life, defends the 2nd amendment, protects rural schools and rural hospitals, works to provide rural Texas with access to high-speed internet, defends property rights and water rights, and works to make government more efficient.
David was born and raised in Jacksboro. After graduating from Jacksboro High School in 1979, he attended The University of Texas at Austin, where he received his B.B.A. degree in 1983. David then attended St. Mary’s University School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor degree in 1986. He immediately returned to Jacksboro to live, work and raise a family. David has practiced law for 35 years with the law firm of Spiller & Spiller, now practicing with his two sons, Mason and Reid, and previously practicing with his father, James, and his brother, Scott. David also owns Spiller Title, believed to be the oldest family-owned title insurance company in the State of Texas, started by his great grandfather in 1888. As part of his general law practice, David has served as City Attorney for the City of Jacksboro for 34 years, and as General Counsel to the Jack County Hospital District for 31 years. He is also a Credentialed Advanced mediator, having mediated well over a thousand cases. An AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell and a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, he has been named a Top-Rated Lawyer in Texas and is a Founding Member of the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas.
David also served as a Trustee of the Jacksboro Independent School District for 26 years.
In the House, David currently serves on the County Affairs Committee and the Land & Resource Management Committee. He was also honored to be appointed to the Texas House Republican Caucus Policy Committee.
David lives in Jacksboro with his wife of 33 years, Ginger. Ginger has taught school for over 30 years. David and Ginger have two sons, Mason and Reid, who are both attorneys in Jacksboro. Mason and his wife, Alex, have one son, Shepherd. Reid and his wife, Haley, are expecting a child. David and Ginger are members of First Baptist Church of Jacksboro.