Kerr worked for the ABC network in London, Washington, D.C., and nationwide, producing and reporting national and regional news. She was a television anchor, reporter, and producer for ABC and NBC affiliates in Lubbock, Houston, and Austin, covering local news and political policy. She was also the press secretary for a U.S. House representative. A native Texan, Kerr has a B.A. in Journalism and minor in Political Science from Texas Tech University, and she’s the proud parent of three grown daughters.

Texas House Puts Politics Ahead of Criminal Justice Reform

Tonya Kerr | October 15, 2021
AUSTIN- With a vote of 75-38, the Texas House of Representatives failed to reach the two-thirds supermajority needed to send a constitutional amendment on meaningful bail reform (SJR1) to…

The Damon Allen Act is Law: Right on Crime joins Gov. Abbott at Signing

Tonya Kerr | September 24, 2021
Members of TPPF’s Right on Crime project joined Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas legislative leaders and criminal justice reform advocates at a ceremonial bill signing for the Damon Allen…
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