Steve Toth is a small business owner representing South Montgomery County in the Texas House of Representatives. He also serves as chairman of the board for the Mighty Oaks Foundation ministering to veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Steve and his wife Babette have three children and two grandchildren. Representative Toth was first elected to serve House District 15 in 2012, and was re-elected in 2018. His contributions include passing the JD Lambright Local Government Transparency Act, and he is consistently ranked as one of the most conservative legislators in the Texas Capitol. During Rep. Toth’s first term, he served on the House Committees on Criminal Jurisprudence and Corrections in the 83rd Legislature. At the beginning of the 86th Legislature, he was appointed to the committee tasked with canvassing the votes of the gubernatorial election. Representative Toth currently serves on the House Appropriations Committee, the Appropriations Articles VI, VII & VIII and State Infrastructure, Resiliency & Investments subcommittees, and the Culture Recreation & Tourism Committee. He is also a member of the Texas Freedom Caucus, Veterans Caucus, Manufacturing Caucus, Criminal Justice Reform Caucus, and Rural Caucus.