• November 24, 2020
 Here’s your Texas 2020 March primary ballot

Emily Albracht | Texas Tribune

Here’s your Texas 2020 March primary ballot

Texas will hold its 2020 primary elections March 3 — it’s one of 14 states to participate in Super Tuesday — and hundreds of candidates across the state have filed to run for public office.

Here’s all of the candidates who have filed for the Democratic and Republican primary elections, according to the Secretary of State.

Each party will choose its candidate for U.S. president, U.S. Senate, congressional and legislative offices, the State Board of Education, the Railroad Commission and judicial seats.

Early voting begins Feb. 18. If no candidate receives a majority of the vote in the primary, the top two vote-getters will compete in a primary runoff May 26.

Texas is an open-primary state, so voters can decide every two years whether they’d rather help pick the Republican or the Democratic nominees (or hold out and go to third-party conventions).

Of note: Whatever primary you decide to vote in, you can only vote in that same party’s runoff, if a runoff is held. You can also vote for either party’s candidate in the general election.

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Below, we’ve listed every race in the Democratic and Republican primary elections and highlighted 45 of the most interesting and competitive Races to Watch in the U.S. House and State House.

President

Texas is a big prize for Democratic presidential candidates in 2020. That’s because the state has a huge number of delegates — 228 — and it awards most them proportionally, meaning more than one candidate can secure some of them. At least some of the candidates on the ballot will have likely dropped out by primary election day, however, since Texas follows Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina on the primary calendar.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichael Bennet
DJoseph R. Biden
DMichael R. Bloomberg
DCory Booker (dropped out)
DPete Buttigieg
DJulián Castro (dropped out)
DRoque “Rocky” De La Fuente*
DJohn K. Delaney
DTulsi Gabbard
DAmy Klobuchar
DDeval Patrick
DBernie Sanders
DTom Steyer
DElizabeth Warren
DRobby Wells
DMarianne Williamson (dropped out)
DAndrew Yang

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRoque “Rocky” De La Fuente Guerra*
RZoltan G. Istvan
RMatthew John Matern
RBob Ely
RDonald J. Trump Incumbent
RJoe Walsh
RBill Weld

* There are two people who go by the name of Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente on the Texas presidential ballot. The Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente running in the Democratic primary is the son of the Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente Guerra running in the Republican primary.

U.S. Senate

There’s a big field of Democrats vying to unseat Republican incumbent John Cornyn, but will any of them be able to generate the hype that Beto O’Rourke did in his 2018 race against Ted Cruz? Cornyn is expected to cruise through his primary. A runoff is likely on the Democratic side.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChris Bell
DMichael Cooper
DAmanda K. Edwards
DJack Daniel Foster Jr.
DAnnie “Mama” Garcia
DVictor Hugo Harris
DMary “MJ” Hegar
DSema Hernandez
DD. R. Hunter
DAdrian Ocegueda
DCristina Tzinztún Ramirez
DRoyce West

Republican

CANDIDATES
RVirgil Bierschwale
RJohn Anthony Castro
RJohn Cornyn Incumbent
RDwayne Stovall
RMark Yancey

U.S. House

There are competitive races up and down the ballot in the U.S. House in 2020. Democrats could mount serious challenges in as many as seven GOP-held districts. Republicans are hoping to retake two seats flipped by Democrats in 2018. But first there are competitive primaries, including in six districts where the Republican incumbent is retiring.
 

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DHank Gilbert

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohnathan Kyle Davidson
RLouie Gohmert Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DElisa Cardnell
DSima Ladjevardian
DTravis Olsen

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDan Crenshaw Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 3

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTanner Do
DSean McCaffity
DLulu Seikaly

Republican

CANDIDATES
RVan Taylor Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 4

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRussell Foster

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Ratcliffe Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 5

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DCarolyn Salter

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLance Gooden Incumbent
RDon Hill

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 6

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DStephen Daniel

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRon Wright Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 7

Six Republicans are vying to challenge Democratic Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher, who flipped the seat for the Democrats in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLizzie Fletcher Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMaria Espinoza
RWesley Hunt
RJim Noteware
RKyle Preston
RLaique Rehman
RCindy Siegel

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 8

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DElizabeth Hernandez
DLaura Jones

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKevin Brady Incumbent
RMelissa Esparza-Mathis
RKirk Osborn

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 9

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAl Green Incumbent
DMelissa Wilson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJulián A. Martinez
RJon Menefee
RJohnny Teague

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 10

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DPritesh Gandhi
DShannon Hutcheson
DMike Siegel

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMichael McCaul Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 11

Ten Republicans are vying to replace U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway in this solidly Republican seat.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJon Mark Hogg

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGene Barber
RBrandon Batch
RJamie Berryhill
RJ.D. Faircloth
RCasey Gray
RJ. Ross Lacy
RNed Luscombe
RAugust Pfluger
RRobert Tucker
RWesley W. Virdell

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 12

Powerful U.S. Rep. Kay Granger faces a spirited primary challenge from the right in Chris Putnam.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DDanny Anderson
DLisa Welch

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKay Granger Incumbent
RChris Putnam

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 13

Fifteen Republicans are vying to replace Congressman Mac Thornberry in this solidly red seat.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTimothy W. Gassaway
DGreg Sagan
DGus Trujillo

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCatherine “I Swear” Carr
RJamie Culley
RChris Ekstrom
RJason Foglesong
RLee Harvey
RElaine Hays
RRichard Herman
RRonny Jackson
RDiane Knowlton
RMatt McArthur
RMark Neese
RAsusena Reséndiz
RVance Snider II
RJosh Winegarner
RMonique Worthy

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 14

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSanjanetta Barnes
DAdrienne Bell
DEddie Fisher
DRobert “Puga” Thomas
DMikal Williams

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJoshua Foxworth
RRandy Weber Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 15

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DVicente González Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMonica De La Cruz-Hernandez
RRyan Krause
RTim Westley

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 16

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DVeronica Escobar Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAnthony Aguero
RJaime Arriola Jr.
RPatrick Hernandez-Cigarruista
RIrene Armendariz-Jackson
RBlanca Ortiz Trout
RSam Williams

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 17

Twelve candidates are lining up to replace U.S. Rep. Bill Flores, including Pete Sessions, a former congressman from Dallas.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DWilliam Foster III
DDavid Anthony Jaramillo
DRichard Kennedy

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAhmad Adnan
RScott Bland
RGeorge W. Hindman
RTodd Kent
RLaurie Godfrey McReynolds
RJeff Oppenheim
RKristen Alamo Rowin
RDavid Saucedo
RPete Sessions
RTrent Sutton
RRenee Swann
RElianor Vessali

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 18

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichael Allen
DDonovan Boson
DMarc Flores
DJerry Ford Sr.
DSheila Jackson Lee Incumbent
DStevens Orozco
DBimal Patel

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRobert M. Cadena
RWendell Champion
RNellie “Truly” Heiskell
RT.C. Manning
RNathan J. Milliron
RAva Reynero Pate

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 19

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTom Watson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJodey C. Arrington Incumbent
RVance W. Boyd

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 20

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoaquin Castro Incumbent
DRob Hostetler
DJustin Lecea

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGary Allen
RDominick Dina
RMauro Garza
RAnita Kegley
RTammy K. Orta

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 21

This race has the potential to be among the most high-profile in the November general election, when it’s expected that freshman U.S. Rep. Chip Roy will face off against former gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis. But first Davis faces a challenger in the Democratic primary.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DWendy R. Davis
DJennie Lou Leeder

Republican

CANDIDATES
RChip Roy Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 22

This race is a target for Democrats seeking to flip the seat blue. It will have competitive primaries on both sides. Incumbent Republican U.S Rep. Pete Olson is not seeking reelection.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChris Fernandez
DSri Preston Kulkarni
DNyanza Davis Moore
DCarmine Petricco III
DDerrick A. Reed

Republican

CANDIDATES
RPierce Bush
RJon Camarillo
RDouglas Haggard
RAaron Hermes
RGreg Hill
RMatt Hinton
RDan Mathews
RDiana Miller
RTroy Nehls
RBrandon T. Penko
RShandon Phan
RBangar Reddy
RHoward Steele
RKathaleen Wall
RJoe Walz

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 23

This is a perennially swing district. Democrats are optimistic about their chances in 2020 because incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Will Hurd is not seeking reelection.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRosalinda “Rosey” Ramos Abuabara
DJaime Escuder
DGina Ortiz Jones
DRicardo R. Madrid
DEfrain V. Valdez

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAlma Arredondo-Lynch
RDarwin Boedeker
RAlía Ureste
RTony Gonzales
RCecil B. “Burt” Jones
RJeff McFarlin
RRaul Reyes
RSharon Breckenridge Thomas
RBen Van Winkle

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 24

Democrats are also targeting this seat. Incumbent U.S. Rep. Kenny Marchant is not seeking reelection.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJohn Biggan
DRichard Fleming
DCrystal Fletcher
DJan McDowell
DKim Olson
DCandace Valenzuela
DSam Vega

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSunny Chaparala
RDavid Fegan
RJeron Liverman
RDesi Maes
RBeth Van Duyne

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 25

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJulie Oliver
DHeidi Sloan

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKeith Neuendorff
RRoger Williams Incumbent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 26

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DNeil Durrance
DCarol H. Iannuzzi
DMat Pruneda

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMichael Armstrong
RMichael C. Burgess Incumbent
RJason Mrochek
RJack Wyman

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 27

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRicardo “Rick” De La Fuente
DCharlie Jackson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMichael Cloud Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 28

Incumbent Congressman Henry Cuellar, one of the more moderate Democrats in the U.S. House, faces a primary challenge from the left.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJessica Cisneros
DHenry Cuellar Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSandra Whitten

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 29

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSylvia Garcia Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRobert Schafranek
RJaimy Z. Blanco

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 30

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DHasani Burton
DBarbara Mallory Caraway
DShenita “Shae” Cleveland
DEddie Bernice Johnson Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTre Pennie

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 31

After MJ Hegar came close to winning this seat in 2018, six Democrats are hoping to knock off John Carter.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichael Edward Grimes
DEric Hanke
DDonna Imam
DDan Janjigian
DChristine Eady Mann
DTammy Young

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Carter Incumbent
RAbhiram Garapati
RChristopher Wall
RMike Williams

RACE TO WATCH

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 32

Five Republicans are vying to take on U.S. Rep. Colin Allred, who flipped the seat blue in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DColin Allred Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGenevieve Collins
RJon Hollis
RFloyd McLendon
RMark Sackett
RJeff Tokar

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 33

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSean Paul Segura
DMarc Veasey Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RFabian Cordova Vasquez

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 34

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DOsbert Rodriguez Haro III
DFilemon B. Vela Incumbent
DDiego Zavala

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRey González
RRod Lingsch

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 35

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRafael Alcoser III
DLloyd Doggett Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
R“Guillermo” William Hayward
RNick Moutos
RJenny Garcia Sharon

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 36

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRashad Lewis

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrian Babin Incumbent
RRJ Boatman

Railroad Commissioner

In Texas, the Railroad Commission regulates the oil and gas industry, making it a hugely important elected board in the state. Members of the three-person board are elected statewide. One seat is up for election in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRoberto R. “Beto” Alonzo
DChrysta Castañeda
DKelly Stone
DMark Watson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRyan Sitton Incumbent
RJames “Jim” Wright

Supreme Court of Texas

Four of the nine seats on the Supreme Court are up for election in 2020. Justices are elected statewide, and Republicans currently hold all the seats. Democrats have fielded multiple candidates for each seat this year.

SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS PLACE 6

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DKathy Cheng
DLarry Praeger

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJane Bland Incumbent

SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS PLACE 7

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBrandy Voss
DStaci Williams

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJeff Boyd Incumbent

SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS PLACE 8

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DPeter Kelly
DGisela D. Triana

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrett Busby Incumbent

SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS CHIEF JUSTICE

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAmy Clark Meachum
DGerald Zimmerer

Republican

CANDIDATES
RNathan Hecht Incumbent

Texas Court Of Criminal Appeals

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the state’s highest criminal court. Members are elected statewide and are currently all Republican.

TEXAS COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 3

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DWilliam Pieratt Demond
DElizabeth Davis Frizell
DDan Wood

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGina Parker
RBert Richardson Incumbent

TEXAS COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 4

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTina Clinton
DSteven Miears

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKevin Patrick Yeary Incumbent

TEXAS COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 9

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBrandon Birmingham

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDavid Newell Incumbent

State Board Of Education

There are 15 districts within the State Board of Education. Ten are held by Republicans, and five are held by Democrats. Four Republicans are not running for reelection, meaning a shake-up on the board is certain no matter which party prevails in each of the eight seats up for election.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 1

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGeorgina Pérez Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJennifer Ivey

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 4

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLarry McKinzie

Note: According to the Secretary of State’s website, the above candidate filed for the democratic primary for this seat. However, the seat is not up for election until 2022. We will update when we receive a clarification from the Texas Democratic Party.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 5

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRebecca Bell-Metereau
DLetti Bresnahan

Republican

CANDIDATES
RInga Cotton
RRobert Morrow
RLani Popp

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 6

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DDebra Kerner
DKimberly McLeod
DMichelle Palmer

Republican

CANDIDATES
RWill Hickman

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 8

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAudrey Young

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 9

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBrenda Davis

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKeven M. Ellis Incumbent

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 10

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMarsha Burnett-Webster
DStephen Wyman

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTom Maynard Incumbent

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 14

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGreg Alvord

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMaria Y. Berry
RSue Melton-Malone Incumbent

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 15

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJohn Betancourt

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJay Johnson

Texas Senate

There are only a few competitive races in the Texas Senate in 2020, but the ones that are in play are hugely important. In the primary, state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr., the Democrat most likely to cross party lines in the Senate, faces a challenge from the left. In the general election, Democrats will try to unseat Republican Sen. Pete Flores and eliminate the supermajority that allows Republicans to bring a bill to the floor without Democratic support.
 

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 1

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAudrey Spanko

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBryan Hughes Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 4

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJay Stittleburg

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrandon Creighton Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 6

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DCarol Alvarado Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 11

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSusan Criss
DMargarita Ruiz Johnson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLarry Taylor Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 12

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRandy Daniels
DShadi Zitoon

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJane Nelson Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 13

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRichard R. Andrews
DBorris L. Miles Incumbent
DMelissa Morris

Republican

CANDIDATES
RWilliam J. Booher
RMilinda Morris

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 18

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichael Antalan

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLois W. Kolkhorst Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 19

This is a seat that traditionally leans blue, but Republican Pete Flores won it in a special election in 2018. Democrats are competing for the chance to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRoland Gutierrez
DFreddy Ramirez
DXochil Peña Rodriguez
DBelinda Shvetz

Republican

CANDIDATES
RPeter P. “Pete” Flores Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 20

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJuan “Chuy” Hinojosa Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJudy Cutright

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 21

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJudith Zaffirini Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RFrank Pomeroy

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 22

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRobert Vick

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrian Birdwell Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 24

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DClayton Tucker

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDawn Buckingham Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 26

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJosé Menéndez Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 27

Eddie Lucio Jr. is perhaps the most conservative Democrat in the Texas Senate. This year he’s facing a primary challenge from the left.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSara Stapleton Barrera
DRuben Cortez
DEddie Lucio Jr. Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RVanessa Tijerina

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 28

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCharles Perry Incumbent

TEXAS SENATE DISTRICT 29

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DCésar J. Blanco

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBethany Hatch

Texas House

The race for the Texas House might be the marquee political contest in the state in 2020. Democrats have a chance to gain control of the chamber for the first time since 2001. The primary will be relatively tame, however, with fewer intraparty fights among Republicans.
 

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 1

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGary VanDeaver Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 2

Bryan Slaton narrowly lost a primary challenge to U.S. Rep. Dan Flynn in 2018. He’s one of two Republicans seeking to knock Flynn off in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBill Brannon

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDwayne “Doc” Collins
RDan Flynn Incumbent
RBryan Slaton

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 3

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMartin Shupp

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCecil Bell Jr. Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 4

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKeith Bell Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 5

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLaWyanda Prince

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCole Hefner Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 6

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJulie Gobble

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMatt Schaefer Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 7

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJay Dean Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 8

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCody Harris Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 9

Republican

CANDIDATES
RChris Paddie Incumbent
RMark Williams

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 10

This seat is open thanks to the impending retirement of state Rep. John Wray. The winner of the Republican primary will be the clear favorite to win the general election in November.

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJake Ellzey
RRyan Pitts
RRobert “Zack” Rader

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 11

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAlec Johnson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTravis Clardy Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 12

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKyle Kacal Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 13

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBen Leman Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 14

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJanet Dudding
DRaza Rahman

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Raney Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 15

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLorena Perez McGill

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSteve Toth Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 16

Republican

CANDIDATES
RWill Metcalf Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 17

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMadeline Eden

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn P. Cyrier Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 18

Republican

CANDIDATES
RErnest Bailes Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 19

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJames White Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 20

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJessica Tiedt

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTerry M. Wilson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 21

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDade Phelan Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 22

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoe Deshotel Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJacorion Randle

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 23

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJeff Antonelli

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMayes Middleton Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 24

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBrian J. Rogers

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGreg Bonnen Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 25

This seat is open thanks to the impending retirement of House Speaker Dennis Bonnen. The winner of the Republican primary will be the clear favorite to win the general election in November.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DPatrick Henry

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTroy T. Brimage
RRo’Vin Garrett
RRhonda Seth
RMitch Thames
RCody Thane Vasut

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 26

This seat became open after Republican state Rep. Rick Miller announced his retirement. Democrats are targeting the seat in November because Miller won it by just 5 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLawrence Allen Jr.
DL. “Sarah” DeMerchant
DSuleman Lalani
DRish Oberoi

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLeonard N. Chan
RJacey Jetton
RMatt Morgan

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 27

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRon Reynolds Incumbent
DByron Ross

Republican

CANDIDATES
RManish Seth
RTom Virippan

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 28

Democrats see an opportunity to flip this seat after the resignation of state Rep. John Zerwas. They will get their first chance to gain a seat in a Jan. 28 special election.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DElizabeth Markowitz

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGary Gates
RSchell Hammel

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 29

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTravis Boldt

Republican

CANDIDATES
REd Thompson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 30

Republican

CANDIDATES
RVanessa Hicks-Callaway
RGeanie W. Morrison Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 31

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRyan Guillen Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMarian Knowlton

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 32

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DEric Holguin

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTodd Hunter Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 33

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAndy Rose

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJustin Holland Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 34

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAbel Herrero Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJames Hernandez

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 35

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DOscar Longoria Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 36

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSergio Muñoz Jr. Incumbent
DAbraham Padron

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 37

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAlex Dominguez Incumbent
DAmber Medina

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 38

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DErin Gamez
DEddie Lucio III Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 39

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DArmando “Mando” Martinez Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 40

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTerry Canales Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 41

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRichard Gonzales
DBobby Guerra Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn “Doc” Robert Guerra

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 42

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRichard Peña Raymond Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 43

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJ.M. Lozano Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 44

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRobert Bohmfalk

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Kuempel Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 45

State Rep. Erin Zwiener flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018. Republicans hope to flip it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLiliana Posada
DErin Zwiener Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCarrie Isaac
RAustin Talley
RKent “Bud” Wymore

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 46

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSheryl Cole Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 47

State Rep. Vikki Goodwin flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018. Republicans hope to flip it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DVikki Goodwin Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJustin Berry
RJennifer Fleck
RJenny Roan Forgey
RAaron Reitz
RDon Zimmerman

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 48

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DDonna Howard Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBill Strieber

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 49

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGina Hinojosa Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJenai Aragona-Hales
RCharles Allan Meyer

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 50

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DCelia Israel Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLarry Delarose

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 51

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DEddie Rodriguez Incumbent
DJoshua Sanchez

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRobert Reynolds

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 52

State Rep. James Talarico flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018. Republicans hope to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJames Talarico Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLucio Valdez

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 53

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoe P. Herrera

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAndrew S. Murr Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 54

Democrats expect this seat to be competitive after state Rep. Brad Buckley won reelection by 7 percentage points in 2018, and Democrat Beto O’Rourke narrowly lost it in his race for U.S. Senate.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLikeithia “Keke” Williams

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrad Buckley Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 55

Republican

CANDIDATES
RHugh D. Shine Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 56

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DKatherine Turner-Pearson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCharles “Doc” Anderson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 57

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJason Rogers

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTrent Ashby Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 58

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DCindy Rocha

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDeWayne Burns Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 59

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCody Johnson
RJ.D. Sheffield Incumbent
RShelby Slawson

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 60

This is an open seat after the retirement of state Rep. Mike Lang. The winner of the Republican primary will be the overwhelming favorite in the November general election.

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJon Francis
RChristopher M. Perricone
RGlenn Rogers
RKellye SoRelle

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 61

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChristopher Cox

Republican

CANDIDATES
RPhil King Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 62

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGary D. Thomas

Republican

CANDIDATES
RReggie Smith Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 63

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLeslie Peeler

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTan Parker Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 64

Democrats hope this seat will be competitive after state Rep. Lynn Stucky won reelection by 8 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAngela Brewer

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLynn Stucky Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 65

State Rep. Michelle Beckley flipped this seat in 2018, but she faces a primary challenger. Republicans are also eyeing it in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichelle Beckley Incumbent
DPaige Dixon

Republican

CANDIDATES
RNancy Cline
RKronda Thimesch

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 66

This race is a high priority target for Democrats after state Rep. Matt Shaheen won reelection by less than 1 percentage point in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSharon Hirsch
DAimee Garza Lopez

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMatt Shaheen Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 67

This race is a target for Democrats after state Rep. Jeff Leach won reelection by fewer than 3 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTom Adair
DRocio Gosewehr Hernandez
DAnthony Lo
DLorenzo Sanchez

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJeff Leach Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 68

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DPatsy Ledbetter

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDrew Springer Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 69

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJames B. Frank Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 70

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAngie Bado

Republican

CANDIDATES
RScott Sanford Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 71

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSamuel Hatton

Republican

CANDIDATES
RStan Lambert Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 72

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDrew Darby Incumbent
RLynette Lucas

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 73

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DStephanie Phillips

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKyle Biedermann Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 74

This seat is open after the retirement of state Rep. Poncho Nevárez. The Democrat who wins the primary will be heavily favored in November.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRowland Garza
DEddie Morales Jr.

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRuben Falcon
RRobert Garza

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 75

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMary E. González Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 76

This seat is open after state Rep. Cesar Blanco announced he’s running for state Senate. The Democrat who wins in the primary will be heavily favored in November.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DClaudia Ordaz Perez
DElisa Tamayo

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 77

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DEvelina (Lina) Ortega Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 78

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoe Moody Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJeffrey Lane

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 79

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DArt Fierro Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 80

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTracy King Incumbent
DDanny Valdez

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 81

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBrooks Landgraf Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 82

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTom Craddick Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 83

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJames Barrick
DAddison Perry-Franks

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDustin Burrows Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 84

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJohn Gibson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Frullo Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 85

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoey Cardenas III

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAbolaji Tijani Ayobami
RRobert Boettcher
RPhil Stephenson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 86

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJohn Smithee Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 87

Republican

CANDIDATES
RFour Price Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 88

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKen King Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 89

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSugar Ray Ash
DJon Cocks

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCandy Noble Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 90

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRamon Romero Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RElva Camacho

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 91

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJeromey Sims

Republican

CANDIDATES
RStephanie Klick Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 92

This seat is open after state Rep. Jonathan Stickland announced he wasn’t running for reelection. It is a Democratic target after Stickland won by fewer than 3 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSteven Riddell
DJeff Whitfield

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJeff Cason
RTaylor Gillig
RJim Griffin

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 93

Democrats hope this seat will be competitive after state Rep. Matt Krause won reelection by 8 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLydia Bean

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMatt Krause Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 94

Democrats hope this seat will be competitive after state Rep. Tony Tinderholt won reelection by about 9 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAlisa Simmons

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTony Tinderholt Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 95

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DNicole Collier Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 96

This seat is a Democratic target after state Rep. Bill Zedler won reelection by fewer than 4 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoe Drago

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDavid Cook

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 97

Democrats are hopeful they can win this seat after U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, only won the district by 2 percentage points at the top of the ballot in 2018. Goldman won reelection by 8 percentage points.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DElizabeth Beck
DDan Willis

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCraig Goldman Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 98

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DDebra Edmondson

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGiovanni Capriglione Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 99

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCharlie Geren Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 100

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJames Armstrong III
DLorraine Birabil
DDaniel Davis Clayton
DSandra Jonelle Crenshaw
DJasmine Felicia Crockett
DPaul K. Stafford

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 101

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChris Turner Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 102

Ana-Maria Ramos flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018. Republicans hope to flip it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAna-Maria Ramos Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLinda Koop
RRick Walker

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 103

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRafael M. Anchia Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJerry Fortenberry II
RSherry Lee Mecom

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 104

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJessica González Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 105

Thresa “Terry” Meza flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018, winning by nearly 10 percentage points. Republicans hope to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DTerry Meza Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGerson Hernandez

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 106

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJennifer Skidonenko

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJared Patterson Incumbent
RJames Trombley

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 107

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DVictoria Neave Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSamuel Smith

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 108

Flipping this seat is a top priority for Democrats after state Rep. Morgan Meyer won reelection by less than 1 percentage point in 2018. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, lost the district by more than 15 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJoanna Cattanach
DTom Ervin
DShawn D. Terry

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMorgan Meyer Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 109

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChristopher L. Graham
DCarl O. Sherman Sr. Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDr. Eugene Allen

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 110

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DToni Rose Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 111

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DYvonne Davis Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 112

This seat is a top Democratic target after state Rep. Angie Chen Button won reelection by 2 percentage points in 2018.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBrandy K. Chambers

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAngie Chen Button Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 113

State Rep. Rhetta Bowers flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018, winning by 7 percentage points. Republicans hope to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRhetta Andrews Bowers Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RWill Douglas
RBill Metzger

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 114

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJohn Turner Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLuisa Del Rosal

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 115

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJulie Johnson Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RKaryn Brownlee

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 116

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DEvan Bohl
DTrey Martinez Fischer Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRobert Litoff
RFernando Padron

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 117

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DPhilip Cortez Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RCarlos Antonio Raymond

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 118

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLeo Pacheco Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAdam Salyer

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 119

This seat is open as incumbent state Rep. Roland Gutierrez runs for state Senate.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DElizabeth “Liz” Campos
DJennifer Ramos
DSean Villasana

Republican

CANDIDATES
RGeorge B. Garza

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 120

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBarbara Gervin-Hawkins Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRonald Payne
RAndrew Fernandez Vicencio

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 121

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBecca Moyer DeFelice
DJack Guerra
DCelina Montoya

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSteve Allison Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 122

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DClaire Barnett

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLyle Larson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 123

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DDiego Bernal Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 124

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DIna Minjarez Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 125

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRay Lopez Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 126

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DUndrai F. Fizer
DNatali Hurtado

Republican

CANDIDATES
RE. Sam Harless Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 127

Republican

CANDIDATES
RDwight Ford
RDan Huberty Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 128

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJosh Markle
DMary E. Williams

Republican

CANDIDATES
RBriscoe Cain Incumbent
RRobert C. Hoskins

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 129

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DKayla Alix

Republican

CANDIDATES
RRyan Lee
RDennis Paul Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 130

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DBryan J. Henry

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTom Oliverson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 131

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAlma A. Allen Incumbent
DCarey Lashley
DElvonte Patton

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 132

State Rep. Gina Calanni narrowly flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018, winning by less than half of one percentage point. Republicans will try to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGina Calanni Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RAngelica Garcia
RMike Schofield

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 133

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DSandra G. Moore

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJim Murphy Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 134

Democrat Beto O’Rourke won this district by more than 20 percentage points in 2018, though incumbent Republican state Rep. Sarah Davis held onto her seat by 6 percentage points. Democrats hope to flip it in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DLanny Bose
DAnn Johnson
DRuby Powers

Republican

CANDIDATES
RSarah Davis Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 135

State rep. John Rosenthal flipped this seat for the Democrats in 2018. Republicans hope to win it back in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJon E. Rosenthal Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMerrilee Rosene Beazley
RJustin Ray

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 136

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJohn H. Bucy III Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMike Guevara

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 137

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGene Wu Incumbent

RACE TO WATCH

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 138

This is an open seat after Republican state Rep. Dwayne Bohac decided not to run for reelection. Bohac won in 2018 by 0.1 percentage points, Democrats hope to flip it in 2020.

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAkilah Bacy
DJenifer Rene Pool
DJosh Wallenstein

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJosh Flynn*
RLacey Hull
RClaver T. Kamau-Imani

* Josh Flynn was declared ineligible for the primary by the Harris County Republican Party after the December 10 candidate filing deadline. According to the Secretary of State, his name will remain on the ballot, but if he wins the election outright, the precinct chairs will pick the nominee.

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 139

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DJarvis D. Johnson Incumbent
DAngeanette Thibodeaux

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 140

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DArmando Lucio Walle Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 141

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DWillie Roaches Franklyn
DSenfronia Thompson Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 142

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DRichard Bonton
DJerry Davis
DNatasha Ruiz
DHarold V. Dutton Jr. Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RJason Rowe

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 143

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAna Hernandez Incumbent

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 144

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMary Ann Perez Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RTony Salas

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 145

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DChristina Morales Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RMartha Elena Fierro

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 146

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DShawn Nicole Thierry Incumbent
DAshton P. Woods

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 147

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DGarnet F. Coleman Incumbent
DColin Ross
DAurelia Wagner

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 148

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DAnna Eastman
DAdrian Garcia
DCynthia Reyes-Revilla
DPenny Morales Shaw
DEmily Wolf

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLuis LaRotta

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 149

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DHubert Vo Incumbent

Republican

CANDIDATES
RLily Truong

TEXAS HOUSE DISTRICT 150

Democrat

CANDIDATES
DMichael Robert Walsh

Republican

CANDIDATES
RValoree Swanson Incumbent

Author: CARLA ASTUDILLOThe Texas Tribune

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