About Steve

Steve is a strong conservative committed to property tax relief, reforming the school finance system, promoting job creation and is staunchly pro-life.

A highly regarded business attorney, Steve concentrates his practice on behalf of large and small businesses, doctors, and religious organizations. He is dedicated to ensuring free market principles, the protection of religious liberties, and less government regulations.

Allison was a member of the Alamo Heights School Board for 12 years, serving as President for 3 terms. During his time in office, he opposed the controversial “Robin Hood” method of school finance, striving to keep local tax dollars in our local schools. He was instrumental in successfully challenging the Austin bureaucracy to keep our tax dollars here to fund the alternative education program for Bexar County at-risk youth.

As Vice Chairman of the Board of VIA, Steve worked to protect taxpayers and promote greater transparency by proposing legislation to give citizens a vote on major transportation projects.

Steve Allison is a conservative with the experience, expertise and know-how to fix our broken education finance system, properly fund our schools and provide meaningful property tax relief. He is ready on day one to tackle the biggest challenges facing Bexar County and our state as a whole.

Steve and Peggy, his wife of 48 years, are members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, where Steve has served on the Vestry. They have two adult sons, Brian (and wife JJ) and Todd (and wife Jennifer), and five grandchildren, Maggie, Emma, Corbin, Scott, and Taylor, ages 2-13.