Respect for people.
Respect for policy.
Elected with strong bipartisan support, Senator Nathan Johnson represents almost a million Dallas County residents in the growing and rapidly diversifying Senate District 16. As a member of the Texas Senate, he is a leading voice in healthcare, the electrical grid, governmental transparency, and criminal justice.
Leading on Public Health
Sound public health policy promotes individual well being and social equity while it drives our state economy forward.
Ensuring Growth and Opportunity
Our extraordinary Texas economy runs on entrepreneurial spirit, technological expertise, vast natural resources, and the ability of everyone to contribute.
Investing in Texas Youth
Our job is not merely to give every kid a chance to succeed. It is to set them on a path from which they will succeed.
Powering the Future, Improving the Environment
We can power homes and businesses with clean, reliable, and affordable energy, while protecting and repairing our environment.
State Sen. Nathan Johnson Announces Priority Legislation
March 6, 2023 Maria Lawson People Newspapers State Sen. Nathan Johnson, D-Dallas, announced a set...
Texas government is getting less transparent
Legislators need to shine the light By Dallas Morning News Editorial 2:31 AM on Feb 16, 2023...
Why Do Texas Republicans Still Oppose Medicaid Expansion?
State Sen. Nathan Johnson, a Democrat from Dallas, has made Medicaid expansion in Texas a priority...
We recommend in the race for Texas Senate District 16
State Sen. Nathan Johnson is an independent thinker. He doesn’t parrot the party line, and he answers questions with data-driven specificity, which is why he has been a successful legislator and one that voters should return to Austin this fall.
Texas Democrats outline plans to reintroduce Medicaid expansion in 2023 legislative session
Speaking to an audience of leaders in the health care space in North Texas, Sen. Nathan Johnson (D – Dallas) and Rep. Julie Johnson (D – Carrollton) looked ahead to some of the health care reforms they plan to pursue in next year’s legislative session.
Medicaid expansion remains unlikely in Texas
By Nicole Cobler and Asher Price | Axios Texas lawmakers remain unlikely to expand Medicaid...