Justin Holland was first sworn in to the Texas House of Representatives on January 10, 2017, representing Texas House District 33,which includes Rockwall County and portions of Collin County.
Justin has a servant heart and a proven conservative record. Throughout his first session in the Texas House, Justin supported the ban on sanctuary cities, filed legislation protecting the private property rights of Texans, passed pro-Second Amendment legislation and voted against tax and fee increases so that hardworking Texans can keep more of their hard earned dollars.
A sixth-generation Rockwall native and REALTOR® since 2006, Justin grew up in a hardworking, and self-reliant family. Justin learned at an early age the value of personal responsibility and dedication in business from his father, Lance Holland. Justin’s father also taught him that giving back to the community and always acting in the best interest of your customers are the keys to success–both in business and life. Justin, along with business partner Leighton Pinkham purchased the family business on January 2, 2014. Guided by these lessons, Justin operates Regal Realtors as co-owner and helped lead the family real estate business to being named “Small Business Partner of the Year” in 2014-15 by the Rockwall Area Chamber of Commerce.
In the community, Justin previously served five years as a member of the Heath City Council – two years elected as Mayor Pro Tem. He is a member of Rockwall Rotary Club, a 2014 graduate of Leadership Rockwall, former Vice President of the Heath Economic Development and Municipal Benefits Corporations, an endowed member of East Trinity Lodge #157, a member of the Rockwall Republican Men’s Club, a former member of the City of Heath Special Events Board, a volunteer for Rockwall County Relay for Life, past director of the Rockwall ISD Education Foundation and an active volunteer for Rockwall County Helping Hands.
Justin met his wife, Neely, at Texas Tech in 2005. They have been married for 9 years and have two young daughters, Wiley Beth and Emma Cullins. Justin and his family are active members of Lake Pointe Church and reside in Heath.
- 100% Pro-life Voting Record – Texas Right to Life
Courageous Conservative – Texas Conservative Coalition
Effective Conservative – Conservative Roundtable of Texas
Honorary Membership Award – Rockwall County Republican Women
- A Most Valuable Legislator – Texas Association of Community Schools
- 100% voting record – National Federation of Independent Business
- Independent Award – Texas Independent Auto Dealers Association
- Collin College Medallion Recipient – Collin College, for work on 4-year nursing degree legislation
- Thanksgiving Certificate – Taking Care of Texas & People with Disabilities – Reach Inc.