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Last Updated: April 13, 2004
List of State Parties,
President, 59.3% in '00, 1st term, Polls,
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 67.1%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 14.3%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 4.8%, Rev. Al Sharpton (D) 3.7%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 3.0%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 2.2%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 1.8%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 1.4%, '00 candidate / Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (D) 0.8%, '00 candidate / businessman Randolph 'Randy' Crow (D) 0.8%, Fern Penna (D),
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) 92.5%,
uncommitted 7.5%,
Railroad Commissioner, Tony Garza (R) resigned,
Bob Scarborough (D), Victor Carrillo (R) 49.6%, Robert Butler (R) 23.5%, engineer K. Dale Henry (R) 14.0%, attorney '02 Senate candidate Douglas G. Deffenbaugh (R) 12.9%, systems administrator / '98 Lt. Gov. nominee Anthony Garcia (L),
1st Congressional District, 56.2% in '02, 4th term
Max A. Sandlin (D), ex-judge Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. (R) 41.8%, '02 nominee / attorney John Graves (R) 29.9%, St. Rep. W. Wayne Christian (R) 14.7%, opthalmologist Lyle Thorstenson (R) 9.9%, businesswomean Emily Mathews (R) 2.7%, administrator Larry Thornton (R) 1.0%, Rev. / '02 Congressional nominee Dean L. Tucker (L),
Frank Guy Camp, Sr. (I), Paul M. Chachere (I),
2nd Congressional District, 58.9% in '02, 4th term, Jim Turner (D) (60.8% in '02) retiring after 4th term and might run for Governor or U.S. Senate
Nicholas V. "Nick" Lampson (D), Dist. Judge Lloyd "Ted" Poe (R) 61.1%, ex-engery executive George Fastuca (R) 15.0%, geologist Dwight "Clint" Moore (R) 11.8%, aviation exec. Mark Henry (R) 9.9%, police officer John Nickell (R) 1.2%, attorney Andrew J. Bolton (R) 1.0%, Sandi Saulsbury (L),
3rd Congressional District, 73.9% in '02, 7th term
No Democrat Sam Johnson (R) 84.1%, technology consultant Brian Rubarts (R) 15.9%, James Vessels (L),
technology consultant Paul Jenkins (I),
4th Congressional District, 57.8% in '02 as a Democrat, 12th term, Polls,
recycling company president Jim Nickerson (D) 65.9%, labor union manager Jerry D. Ashford, Jr. (D) 34.1%, Ralph M. Hall (R) 77.2%, businessman Mike Murphy (R) 12.1%, attorney Mike Mosher (R) 10.7%, Kevin D. Anderson (L),
business office manager Paul M. Combs (I),
5th Congressional District, 58.2% in '02, 1st term
counseling center official / '02 candidate Bill Bernstein (D), Jeb Hensarling (R), John Gonzalez (L),
6th Congressional District, 70.3% in '02, 10th term
software engineer Morris Meyer (D), Joe L. Barton (R), Stephen J. Schrader (L),
7th Congressional District, 89.0% in '02, 2nd term
John Martinez (D), John A. Culberson (R) 92.2%, consultant Sam Texas (R) 7.8%, '98, '00 & '02 nominee / research designer Drew Paul Parks (L),
Paul Staton (I),
8th Congressional District, 93.1% in '02, 4th term
retiree / '02 Green Senate candidate James W. "Jim" Wright (D), Kevin Brady (R), UPS supervisor / '02 nominee Paul Hansen (L),
John A. Mitchell (I),
9th Congressional District, 55.3% in '02, 1st term
Justice of the Peace / ex-Houston NAACP pres. Al Green (D) 66.5%, Chris Bell (D) 31.3%, hearing officer Beverly A. Spencer (D) 2.2%, attorney Arlette Molina (R) 81.0%, businessman A. R. Hassan (R) 19.0%, Stacey Lynn Bourland (L),
10th Congressional District, Lloyd Doggett (D) running for re-election in the 25th District
No Democrat co. exec. Ben Streusand (R) 28.2%, attorney Michael T. "Mike" McCaul (R) 23.9%, ex-judge John Devine (R) 21.3%, attorney / ex-corp. exec. Dave Phillips (R) 13.4%, businesswoman '96 nominee Teresa Doggett-Taylor (R) 4.5%, GOP chair Pat Elliott (R) 3.7%, ex-Houston City councilmember John Kelley (R) 2.9%, dir. of public relations Brad Tashenberg (R) 2.1%, Robert William Fritctie (L),
2000 independent candidate / '02 Democratic candidate Jennifer Lauren Gale (I),
11th Congressional District, Chet Edwards (D) running for re-election in the 17th District
teacher / ex-corrections department contractor / '02 candidate Wayne Gordon Raasch (D), businessman K. Michael Conaway (R) 74.5%, prof. Bill Lester (R) 25.5%, '98, '00 & '02 nominee / engineer Jeffrey C. Blunt (L),
'98 candidate Gary L. Thurman (I),
12th Congressional District, 91.8% in '02, 4th term
school ass't principal Felix Alvarado (D), Kay Granger (R), Bryan Parker (L),
Eugene Ruppert (I),
13th Congressional District, 79.3% in '02, 5th term
No Democrat William M. "Mac" Thornberry (R), Marion Smith (L),
14th Congressional District, 68.1% in '02, 4th / 7th term,
No Democrat Ronald E. "Ron" Paul (R),
15th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Rubén Hinojosa (D), businessman Alexander Hamilton (R) 41.5%, plumbing contractor Michael D. Thamm (R) 37.1%, ex-St. Rep. Paul B. Haring (R) 21.4%, William R. Cady (L),
16th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Silvestre Reyes (D), '94 nominee / businessman Bobby Ortiz (R) 46.8%, '00 nominee Brad Clardy (L),
'98 candidate Lorenzo Morales (I),
17th Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 7th term,
Chet Edwards (D), St. Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth (R) 41.3%, physician Dorothy "Dot" Nelson Snyder (R) 30.5%, prof. Dave McIntyre (R) 28.2%, retiree / '02 candidate Clyde L. Garland (L),
Paul L. Rudisill (I),
18th Congressional District, 77.1% in '02, 5th term
Sheila Jackson Lee (D), No Republican business development / '02 nominee Brent Sullivan (L),
Thomas Andrew Bazan (I), '02 candidate Lawrence E. Perrault (I),
19th Congressional District, 51.3% in '02, 13th term for Stenholm, Polls,
Charles Stenholm (D), Randy Neugebauer (R), Steve Kirby (L), prof. / '03 candidate Richard "Chip" Peterson (L),
20th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 3rd term
Charlie A. Gonzalez (D), businessman Roger Scott (R), Jessie Bouley (L),
ex-columnist / ex-Gonzalez's wife Becky Whetstone (I), retired Navy Commander / '02 Senate primary candidate / '00 Reform Party candidate / '02 Senate candidate Michael Idrogo (I),
21st Congressional District, 72.9% in '02, 9th term
Rhett R. Smith (D), Lamar S. Smith (R), Jason Pratt (L),
22nd Congressional District, 63.1% in '02, 10th term
attorney Richard R. Morrison (D) 71.4%, consultant Erik Saenz (D) 28.6%, Tom DeLay (R), Thomas Morrison (L), Sayed Zaidi (L),
attorney / '00 & '02 GOP candidate Michael "Fjet" Fjetland (I),
23rd Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 6th term
prof. / '98 candidate Joe P. Sullivan (D) 63.8%, attorney Virgil Yanta (D) 36.2%, Henry Bonilla (R), maintenance technician / 2000 Reform Party RR Comm'r. nominee / '02 RR Comm'r. nominee Nazirite R. Flores Perez (L),
24th Congressional District, Martin Frost (D) running for re-election in the 32nd District
programmer / '02 Green Party nominee Gary R. Page (D, G), St. Rep. Kenny Marchant (R) 73.5%, consultant Cynthia M. Newman (R) 8.9%, ex-Euless City Councilman / ex-football player Bill Dunn (R) 8.9%, Irving City Councilman Terry Waldrum (R) 8.7%, James Lawrence (L),
25th Congressional District, 84.5% in '02, 5th term
Lloyd Doggett (D) 64.4%, district judge Leticia Hinojosa (D) 35.6%, attorney / ex-TX Public Utility Comm'r. chair Rebecca "Becky" Armendariz Klein (R) 67.3%, broadcast engineer Regner A. Capener (R) 32.7%, James S. Werner (L),
26th Congressional District, 74.8% in '02, 1st term
actor Federico "Lico" Reyes (D), Michael C. Burgess (R), graphics artist James Gholston (L),
27th Congressional District, 61.2% in '02, 11th term
Solomon P. Ortiz (D), businessman William "Willie Vaden (R) 69.9%, Dr. Jesus Caquias (R) 30.1%, '00 nominee / college instructor Frank L. Jones, III (L), program manager / '02 nominee Christopher J. Claytor (L),
28th Congressional District, 71.1% in '02, 4th term
Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 50.1%, ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 49.9%, attorney / CPA James "Jim" F. Hopson (R) 49.1%, attorney Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R) 21.4%, teacher Chris Bellamy (R) 14.9%, attorney Gabriel "Gabe" Perales, Jr. (R) 14.6%, retired teacher / 1998, '00 & '02 nominee Ken Ashby (L),
AFTER RECOUNT
ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 50.2%, Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 49.8%,
29th Congressional District, 95.1% in '02, 6th term
Gene Green (D), No Republican '00 nominee Clifford Lee Messina (L),
retiree Chester C. Nabours (I),
30th Congressional District, 74.3% in '02, 6th term
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D), No Republican consultant '96 & '02 nominee John H. Davis (L),
31st Congressional District, 69.0% in '02, 1st term
attorney Jon Porter (D), John R. Carter (R) 69.5%, activist Wesley Allen Riddle (R) 22.6%, businessman Dirk Armbrust (R) 7.9%, Celeste Adams (L), ISP / '02 nominee Clark Simmons (L),
32nd Congressional District, 64.7% in '02, 13th term for Frost
Martin Frost (D), Pete Sessions (R), tabacconist / '98 nominee Michael D. Needleman (L),
April 13, 2004 Run-Off Elections
Railroad Commissioner, Tony Garza (R) resigned,
Bob Scarborough (D), Victor Carrillo (R) 64.2%, Robert Butler (R) 35.8%, systems administrator / '98 Lt. Gov. nominee Anthony Garcia (L),
1st Congressional District, 56.2% in '02, 4th term
Max A. Sandlin (D), ex-judge Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. (R) 57.4%, '02 nominee / attorney John Graves (R) 42.6%, Rev. / '02 Congressional nominee Dean L. Tucker (L),
Frank Guy Camp, Sr. (I), Paul M. Chachere (I),
10th Congressional District, Lloyd Doggett (D) running for re-election in the 25th District
No Democrat attorney Michael T. "Mike" McCaul (R) 63.2%, co. exec. Ben Streusand (R) 36.8%, Robert William Fritctie (L),
2000 independent candidate / '02 Democratic candidate Jennifer Lauren Gale (I),
15th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Rubén Hinojosa (D), plumbing contractor Michael D. Thamm (R) 60.8%, businessman Alexander Hamilton (R) 39.2%, William R. Cady (L),
17th Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 7th term,
Chet Edwards (D), St. Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth (R) 54.0%, physician Dorothy "Dot" Nelson Snyder (R) 46.0%, retiree / '02 candidate Clyde L. Garland (L),
Paul L. Rudisill (I),
28th Congressional District, 71.1% in '02, 4th term
ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 50.2%, Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 49.8%, attorney / CPA James "Jim" F. Hopson (R) 64.5%, attorney Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R) 35.5%, retired teacher / 1998, '00 & '02 nominee Ken Ashby (L),

1. Key to Texas Political Parties:
(Pagan) = American Pagan Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IA) = Independent American Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(P) = Patriot Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SL) = Socialist Labor Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(South) = Southern Party
(SIP) = Southern Independent Party
(V) = Veterans Party
(WW) = Workers World Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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Last Updated: April 13, 2004
List of State Parties,
President, 59.3% in '00, 1st term, Polls,
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 67.1%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 14.3%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 4.8%, Rev. Al Sharpton (D) 3.7%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 3.0%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 2.2%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 1.8%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 1.4%, '00 candidate / Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (D) 0.8%, '00 candidate / businessman Randolph 'Randy' Crow (D) 0.8%, Fern Penna (D),
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) 92.5%,
uncommitted 7.5%,
Railroad Commissioner, Tony Garza (R) resigned,
Bob Scarborough (D), Victor Carrillo (R) 49.6%, Robert Butler (R) 23.5%, engineer K. Dale Henry (R) 14.0%, attorney '02 Senate candidate Douglas G. Deffenbaugh (R) 12.9%, systems administrator / '98 Lt. Gov. nominee Anthony Garcia (L),
1st Congressional District, 56.2% in '02, 4th term
Max A. Sandlin (D), ex-judge Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. (R) 41.8%, '02 nominee / attorney John Graves (R) 29.9%, St. Rep. W. Wayne Christian (R) 14.7%, opthalmologist Lyle Thorstenson (R) 9.9%, businesswomean Emily Mathews (R) 2.7%, administrator Larry Thornton (R) 1.0%, Rev. / '02 Congressional nominee Dean L. Tucker (L),
Frank Guy Camp, Sr. (I), Paul M. Chachere (I),
2nd Congressional District, 58.9% in '02, 4th term, Jim Turner (D) (60.8% in '02) retiring after 4th term and might run for Governor or U.S. Senate
Nicholas V. "Nick" Lampson (D), Dist. Judge Lloyd "Ted" Poe (R) 61.1%, ex-engery executive George Fastuca (R) 15.0%, geologist Dwight "Clint" Moore (R) 11.8%, aviation exec. Mark Henry (R) 9.9%, police officer John Nickell (R) 1.2%, attorney Andrew J. Bolton (R) 1.0%, Sandi Saulsbury (L),
3rd Congressional District, 73.9% in '02, 7th term
No Democrat Sam Johnson (R) 84.1%, technology consultant Brian Rubarts (R) 15.9%, James Vessels (L),
technology consultant Paul Jenkins (I),
4th Congressional District, 57.8% in '02 as a Democrat, 12th term, Polls,
recycling company president Jim Nickerson (D) 65.9%, labor union manager Jerry D. Ashford, Jr. (D) 34.1%, Ralph M. Hall (R) 77.2%, businessman Mike Murphy (R) 12.1%, attorney Mike Mosher (R) 10.7%, Kevin D. Anderson (L),
business office manager Paul M. Combs (I),
5th Congressional District, 58.2% in '02, 1st term
counseling center official / '02 candidate Bill Bernstein (D), Jeb Hensarling (R), John Gonzalez (L),
6th Congressional District, 70.3% in '02, 10th term
software engineer Morris Meyer (D), Joe L. Barton (R), Stephen J. Schrader (L),
7th Congressional District, 89.0% in '02, 2nd term
John Martinez (D), John A. Culberson (R) 92.2%, consultant Sam Texas (R) 7.8%, '98, '00 & '02 nominee / research designer Drew Paul Parks (L),
Paul Staton (I),
8th Congressional District, 93.1% in '02, 4th term
retiree / '02 Green Senate candidate James W. "Jim" Wright (D), Kevin Brady (R), UPS supervisor / '02 nominee Paul Hansen (L),
John A. Mitchell (I),
9th Congressional District, 55.3% in '02, 1st term
Justice of the Peace / ex-Houston NAACP pres. Al Green (D) 66.5%, Chris Bell (D) 31.3%, hearing officer Beverly A. Spencer (D) 2.2%, attorney Arlette Molina (R) 81.0%, businessman A. R. Hassan (R) 19.0%, Stacey Lynn Bourland (L),
10th Congressional District, Lloyd Doggett (D) running for re-election in the 25th District
No Democrat co. exec. Ben Streusand (R) 28.2%, attorney Michael T. "Mike" McCaul (R) 23.9%, ex-judge John Devine (R) 21.3%, attorney / ex-corp. exec. Dave Phillips (R) 13.4%, businesswoman '96 nominee Teresa Doggett-Taylor (R) 4.5%, GOP chair Pat Elliott (R) 3.7%, ex-Houston City councilmember John Kelley (R) 2.9%, dir. of public relations Brad Tashenberg (R) 2.1%, Robert William Fritctie (L),
2000 independent candidate / '02 Democratic candidate Jennifer Lauren Gale (I),
11th Congressional District, Chet Edwards (D) running for re-election in the 17th District
teacher / ex-corrections department contractor / '02 candidate Wayne Gordon Raasch (D), businessman K. Michael Conaway (R) 74.5%, prof. Bill Lester (R) 25.5%, '98, '00 & '02 nominee / engineer Jeffrey C. Blunt (L),
'98 candidate Gary L. Thurman (I),
12th Congressional District, 91.8% in '02, 4th term
school ass't principal Felix Alvarado (D), Kay Granger (R), Bryan Parker (L),
Eugene Ruppert (I),
13th Congressional District, 79.3% in '02, 5th term
No Democrat William M. "Mac" Thornberry (R), Marion Smith (L),
14th Congressional District, 68.1% in '02, 4th / 7th term,
No Democrat Ronald E. "Ron" Paul (R),
15th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Rubén Hinojosa (D), businessman Alexander Hamilton (R) 41.5%, plumbing contractor Michael D. Thamm (R) 37.1%, ex-St. Rep. Paul B. Haring (R) 21.4%, William R. Cady (L),
16th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Silvestre Reyes (D), '94 nominee / businessman Bobby Ortiz (R) 46.8%, '00 nominee Brad Clardy (L),
'98 candidate Lorenzo Morales (I),
17th Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 7th term,
Chet Edwards (D), St. Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth (R) 41.3%, physician Dorothy "Dot" Nelson Snyder (R) 30.5%, prof. Dave McIntyre (R) 28.2%, retiree / '02 candidate Clyde L. Garland (L),
Paul L. Rudisill (I),
18th Congressional District, 77.1% in '02, 5th term
Sheila Jackson Lee (D), No Republican business development / '02 nominee Brent Sullivan (L),
Thomas Andrew Bazan (I), '02 candidate Lawrence E. Perrault (I),
19th Congressional District, 51.3% in '02, 13th term for Stenholm, Polls,
Charles Stenholm (D), Randy Neugebauer (R), Steve Kirby (L), prof. / '03 candidate Richard "Chip" Peterson (L),
20th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 3rd term
Charlie A. Gonzalez (D), businessman Roger Scott (R), Jessie Bouley (L),
ex-columnist / ex-Gonzalez's wife Becky Whetstone (I), retired Navy Commander / '02 Senate primary candidate / '00 Reform Party candidate / '02 Senate candidate Michael Idrogo (I),
21st Congressional District, 72.9% in '02, 9th term
Rhett R. Smith (D), Lamar S. Smith (R), Jason Pratt (L),
22nd Congressional District, 63.1% in '02, 10th term
attorney Richard R. Morrison (D) 71.4%, consultant Erik Saenz (D) 28.6%, Tom DeLay (R), Thomas Morrison (L), Sayed Zaidi (L),
attorney / '00 & '02 GOP candidate Michael "Fjet" Fjetland (I),
23rd Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 6th term
prof. / '98 candidate Joe P. Sullivan (D) 63.8%, attorney Virgil Yanta (D) 36.2%, Henry Bonilla (R), maintenance technician / 2000 Reform Party RR Comm'r. nominee / '02 RR Comm'r. nominee Nazirite R. Flores Perez (L),
24th Congressional District, Martin Frost (D) running for re-election in the 32nd District
programmer / '02 Green Party nominee Gary R. Page (D, G), St. Rep. Kenny Marchant (R) 73.5%, consultant Cynthia M. Newman (R) 8.9%, ex-Euless City Councilman / ex-football player Bill Dunn (R) 8.9%, Irving City Councilman Terry Waldrum (R) 8.7%, James Lawrence (L),
25th Congressional District, 84.5% in '02, 5th term
Lloyd Doggett (D) 64.4%, district judge Leticia Hinojosa (D) 35.6%, attorney / ex-TX Public Utility Comm'r. chair Rebecca "Becky" Armendariz Klein (R) 67.3%, broadcast engineer Regner A. Capener (R) 32.7%, James S. Werner (L),
26th Congressional District, 74.8% in '02, 1st term
actor Federico "Lico" Reyes (D), Michael C. Burgess (R), graphics artist James Gholston (L),
27th Congressional District, 61.2% in '02, 11th term
Solomon P. Ortiz (D), businessman William "Willie Vaden (R) 69.9%, Dr. Jesus Caquias (R) 30.1%, '00 nominee / college instructor Frank L. Jones, III (L), program manager / '02 nominee Christopher J. Claytor (L),
28th Congressional District, 71.1% in '02, 4th term
Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 50.1%, ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 49.9%, attorney / CPA James "Jim" F. Hopson (R) 49.1%, attorney Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R) 21.4%, teacher Chris Bellamy (R) 14.9%, attorney Gabriel "Gabe" Perales, Jr. (R) 14.6%, retired teacher / 1998, '00 & '02 nominee Ken Ashby (L),
AFTER RECOUNT
ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 50.2%, Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 49.8%,
29th Congressional District, 95.1% in '02, 6th term
Gene Green (D), No Republican '00 nominee Clifford Lee Messina (L),
retiree Chester C. Nabours (I),
30th Congressional District, 74.3% in '02, 6th term
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D), No Republican consultant '96 & '02 nominee John H. Davis (L),
31st Congressional District, 69.0% in '02, 1st term
attorney Jon Porter (D), John R. Carter (R) 69.5%, activist Wesley Allen Riddle (R) 22.6%, businessman Dirk Armbrust (R) 7.9%, Celeste Adams (L), ISP / '02 nominee Clark Simmons (L),
32nd Congressional District, 64.7% in '02, 13th term for Frost
Martin Frost (D), Pete Sessions (R), tabacconist / '98 nominee Michael D. Needleman (L),
April 13, 2004 Run-Off Elections
Railroad Commissioner, Tony Garza (R) resigned,
Bob Scarborough (D), Victor Carrillo (R) 64.2%, Robert Butler (R) 35.8%, systems administrator / '98 Lt. Gov. nominee Anthony Garcia (L),
1st Congressional District, 56.2% in '02, 4th term
Max A. Sandlin (D), ex-judge Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. (R) 57.4%, '02 nominee / attorney John Graves (R) 42.6%, Rev. / '02 Congressional nominee Dean L. Tucker (L),
Frank Guy Camp, Sr. (I), Paul M. Chachere (I),
10th Congressional District, Lloyd Doggett (D) running for re-election in the 25th District
No Democrat attorney Michael T. "Mike" McCaul (R) 63.2%, co. exec. Ben Streusand (R) 36.8%, Robert William Fritctie (L),
2000 independent candidate / '02 Democratic candidate Jennifer Lauren Gale (I),
15th Congressional District, unopposed in '02, 4th term
Rubén Hinojosa (D), plumbing contractor Michael D. Thamm (R) 60.8%, businessman Alexander Hamilton (R) 39.2%, William R. Cady (L),
17th Congressional District, 51.5% in '02, 7th term,
Chet Edwards (D), St. Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth (R) 54.0%, physician Dorothy "Dot" Nelson Snyder (R) 46.0%, retiree / '02 candidate Clyde L. Garland (L),
Paul L. Rudisill (I),
28th Congressional District, 71.1% in '02, 4th term
ex-St. Rep. / ex-Sec. of St. / '02 nominee Henry Cuellar (D) 50.2%, Ciro D. Rodriguez (D) 49.8%, attorney / CPA James "Jim" F. Hopson (R) 64.5%, attorney Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R) 35.5%, retired teacher / 1998, '00 & '02 nominee Ken Ashby (L),

1. Key to Texas Political Parties:
(Pagan) = American Pagan Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IA) = Independent American Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(P) = Patriot Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SL) = Socialist Labor Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(South) = Southern Party
(SIP) = Southern Independent Party
(V) = Veterans Party
(WW) = Workers World Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


Copyright 1998-2005 D.C. Finegold-Sachs.