Friends, welcome to my website. It is both an honor and a privilege to serve you as your State Representative. Ellis County and Hill County represent the best of what Texas has to offer, and I am proud to call District 10 home.
I hope you will join with me to keep our community, or region, and our state, the best place in the nation to live, work, and raise a family.
Thank you for your support! If I can ever be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Representative Pitts represents District 10, which encompasses the entirety of Ellis County and Hill County, Texas. This area lies just south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and just north of Waco.
Is Representative Pitts my representative?
If you reside in either Ellis County or Hill County, yes. To check, please visit the Texas House of Representatives website.
Representative Jim Pitts represents both Hill County and Ellis County, which generally encompasses the area between Dallas and Waco. This area, Texas House District 10, is home to over 140,000 citizens.
Please feel free to email, call, or stop by the office anytime if you have questions or concerns, or would like to let Representative Pitts know how you feel about a certain issue. Jim sincerely appreciates knowing how you stand on issues.
Representative Pitts maintains offices in both Waxahachie, in the heart of Ellis County, and in the State Capitol in Austin.
To let Representative Pitts know how you stand on an issue, please send him an email through his official Texas House of Representatives website.
Jim Pitts of Waxahachie, Texas has served as state representative for District 10 since January of 1993. The district includes Ellis and Hill Counties which generally encompasses the area between Dallas and Waco. There are approximately 140,000 constituents in the district.
A native of Dallas, Jim has practiced law in Waxahachie for over 25 years specializing in Elder Law; he also owns the Ellis County Abstract and Title Company. Jim is also a director of Citizens National Bank in Waxahachie, a director of Sims Library, a past president of the Waxahachie Chamber of Commerce, and past president of the Board of Trustees of Presbyterian Children's Services.