Native Texan. Proven Conservative. Fighter for Rural Texas.
Angelia Orr is a wife, mother, small business owner, and lifelong conservative. She and her husband, Will, live in Hill County where his family has farmed and ranched since 1872. They have two grown children, attend First Baptist Church Hillsboro, and run several successful small businesses. Will is the Chairman of the Hill County Republican Party.
A 1992 graduate of Texas A&M University, Angelia has dedicated her life to raising her family and serving her community. She has served the Republican Party as an election judge, a precinct chair, a delegate to six state conventions, and an active member of her local Republican Women’s Club.
A former substitute teacher and strong advocate for local public schools, Angelia was elected to the Itasca School Board in 2007 and went on to serve two terms as secretary. In 2010, she decided to run for District Clerk, winning a competitive, three-person Republican Primary before defeating a five-term Democrat
In 2018, Angelia resigned as District Clerk after State Representative Cody Harris (R-Palestine) asked her to serve as his District Director. In that role, she provided legislative support and constituent services to the people of Hill, Anderson,
Navarro, and Freestone Counties.
After the Texas Legislature completed redistricting in 2021, Angelia was encouraged by local grassroots conservatives and community leaders to run in the newly formed House District 13, which includes Hill, Bosque, Freestone, Limestone, Leon, Falls and part of McLennan County.
As State Representative, Angelia will be a strong and committed voice for rural Texas and our conservative values. Her main priorities include securing the border, cutting property taxes, improving local public schools, protecting private property rights, defending the second amendment, and supporting a pro-life, pro-family culture in the state of Texas.