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Filing Deadline (Major Parties): March 9, 2012
Filing Deadline (Third Parties & Independents): June 17, 2012
Filing Deadline (Write-In Candidates): August 22, 2012
Primary: May 29, 2012
Run-Off: July 31, 2012

This page was last updated on May 3, 2012


Rick Perry (R)* - (Campaign Site)

Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2014.

George W. Bush - 1994

David Dewhurst (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Susan Combs (R) - State Comptroller, Ex-State Agriculture Commissioner, Ex-State Rep. & Attorney
Jerry Patterson (R) - State Land Commissioner, Ex-State Sen., Businessman & Vietnam War Veteran
Todd Staples (R) - State Agriculture Commissioner, Ex-State Sen., Ex-State Rep., Ex-Palestine Mayor & Farmer

Greg Abbott (R)* - (Campaign Site)

Susan Combs (R)* - (Campaign Site)

James A. Baker - 1978

[ Jerry Patterson (R)* - Candidate for Lt. Governor in 2014. ]

[ Todd Staples (R)* - Candidate for Lt. Governor in 2014. ]


[ Elizabeth Ames Jones (R)* - Candidate for State Senate in 2012. ]
Becky Berger (R) - Geologist & GOP Activist
Beryl Burgess (R) - Retired Federal Agricultural Specialist
Warren Chisum (R) - State Rep. & Businessman
Joe Cotton (R)
Christi Craddick (R) - Attorney, Businesswoman & Daughter of Ex-State House Speaker Tom Craddick

Roland Sledge (R) - Attorney, Energy Executive & Army Veteran
Dale Henry (D) - Ex-Mills County Commissioner, Petroleum Engineer, USAF Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Thomas Nance III (Libertarian)
Vivekananda Wall (Libertarian) - Physician

UNEXPIRED TERM - Special Election in 2012 (Next Regular Election in 2014):
Barry Smitherman (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Al Lee (R) - Businessman & USAF Veteran

Elizabeth Murray-Kolb (R) - Guadalupe County Attorney
Greg Parker (R) - Comal County Commissioner & Army Veteran
Jaime Perez (Libertarian) - Libertarian Activist

David Porter (R)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2016.

Preston Smith


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[ Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)* - Retiring in 2012. ]
Glenn Addison (R) - Funeral Home/Cemetary Owner & Ex-Insurance Agency Owner
Joe Agris (R) - Plastic Surgeon & '08 State Rep. Nominee
Curt Cleaver (R) - Hotel Management Consultant
Ted Cruz (R) - Ex-State Solicitor General & Attorney
David Dewhurst (R) - Lt. Governor, Ex-State Land Commissioner, Ex-Businessman, Ex-CIA Agent & USAF Veteran
Ben Gambini (R) - Control Systems Inspector & USMC Veteran
Craig James (R) - TV Sports Analyst & Ex-Pro Football Player
Tom Leppert (R) - Ex-Dallas Mayor, Businessman & Ex-White House Fellow
Lela Pittenger (R) - Bible Studies Teacher
Addie Allen (D) - Federal Disaster Assistance Claims Representative & Ex-Human Resources Executive
Sean Hubbard (D) - Businessman & Democratic Activist
Paul Sadler (D) - Ex-State Rep., Attorney & Non-Profit Group Executive
Grady Yarbrough (D) - Psychologist, Professional Counselor & Navy Veteran
Eric Kirkland (Constitution) - Marketing Consultant, Gulf War Veteran & Frequent Candidate
David Collins (Green)
Victoria Ann Zabaras (Green)
Robert Butler (Libertarian) - Marketing Executive, Ex-Teacher & Libertarian Activist
Wayne Huffman (Libertarian)
Scott Jameson (Libertarian) - Computer Engineer, Ex-Stockbroker & Frequent Candidate
John Jay Myers (Libertarian) - Businessman & '10 US Rep. Nominee
S. Gopal Raju (Libertarian) - '02 State Rep. Candidate & Ex-Democrat
Jon Roland (Libertarian) - Computer Programmer, USAF Veteran & '06/'02 Nominee
Jacquie Henderson (Socialist Workers/Write-In) - Communist Political Organizer & '08 Nominee
Michael Champion (Independent) - Physician Assistant, Nurse & Army Veteran
Craig Couvillion (Independent) - Laboratory Technician
Lorenzo Morales (Independent) - Graduate Student
Michael Powell (Independent) - Accountant

John Tower - 1978

John Cornyn (R)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2014.


** New 2012 Districts Used Below **

District 1:
Louie Gohmert (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Shirley McKellar (D) - Non-Profit Group Founder, Nursing Professional & Retired Army Officer
Clark Patterson (Libertarian)

Ron Paul for Congress

District 2:
Ted Poe (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Jim Dougherty (D) - Attorney & Accountant
Mark Roberts (Green) - Teacher
Ken Duncan (Libertarian)
Eldon Monk (Independent) - Physician Assistant

District 3:
Sam Johnson (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Josh Caesar (R) - Software Engineer
Harry Pierce (R) - Retired Airline Pilot, Vietnam War Veteran & '10 Write-In Candidate
Ramon Francis Phillips (Independent) - Non-Profit Executive

District 4:
Ralph Hall (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Steve Clark (R) - Businessman & USAF Veteran
Lou Gigliotti (R) - Auto Racing Parts Company Owner, Ex-Teacher & '10 Candidate
VaLinda Hathcox (D) - Ex-Hopkins County Attorney, Rancher & Frequent Candidate
Thomas Griffing (Libertarian) - Computer Consultant
Timothy Williams (Independent) - Student

District 5:
Jeb Hensarling (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Tom Berry (D) - Retired Railroad Conductor, Labor Union Activist & '10 Nominee
Linda Mrosko (D) - Legal Assistant & Occupy Activist
Pat Wallace (D)
Ken Ashby (Libertarian) - Engineer, Retired Teacher & Frequent Candidate
Michael Jeffery (Independent) - Printshop Owner

Jack Brooks

District 6:
Joe Barton (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Joe Chow (R) - Ex-Addison Mayor, Ex-Addison City Councilman, Insurance Agent & Restaurant Owner
Itamar Gelbman (R) - Investment Company Manager, Ex-Security Consultant & Israeli Army Veteran
Frank Kuchar (R) - Corporate Payroll Professional & Ex-Minister

Brianna Hinojosa-Flores (D) - Coppell City Councilwoman & Attorney
Don Jaquess (D) - Retired Ironworker, Businessman & Vietnam War Veteran
Kenneth Sanders (D) - Defense Contractor Supply Performance Manager
Brandon Parmer (Green)
Hugh Chauvin (Libertarian)
Chris Dobson (Independent) - Student
Ryan Lee (Independent) - Salesman

District 7:
John Culberson (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Bill Tofte (R) - Businessman & Ex-Teacher
Phillip Andrews (D) - Private Security Contractor & '10 State Rep. Candidate
James Cargas (D) - Attorney, Ex-Clinton White House Aide & Ex-Congressional Aide
Lissa Squiers (D)
Lance Findley (Green)
Drew Parks (Libertarian) - Research Scientist, Vietnam Veteran & Frequent Candidate
John Flatten (Independent) - Retiree
King Grossman (Independent) - Financial Consultant

District 8:
Kevin Brady (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Larry Youngblood (R) - Retired Businessman, Ex-Teacher & Tea Party Activist
Neil Burns (D) - Retired Oil Company CFO
Roy Hall (Libertarian) - Credit Counselor
Timothy Kimbley (Independent) - Warehouse Supervisor

District 9:
Al Green (D)*
Steve Mueller (R) - Project Manager, Industrial Engineer & '10 Nominee
Vanessa Foster (Green)
John Wieder (Libertarian) - Realtor, Vietnam War Veteran, Pro-Life Activist & '08 Nominee
Cindy Jaquith (Socialist Workers/Write-In) - Communist Political Organizer & Journalist

District 10:
Michael McCaul (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Eddie Traylor (R) - Retired Airline Pilot, USAF Veteran & '10 Candidate
Tawana Cadien (D) - Nurse, Democratic Activist & '11 Beaumont City Council Candidate
William Miller Jr. (D)
Richard Priest (Libertarian)

Tom DeLay

District 11:
Mike Conaway (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Wade Brown (R) - Businessman, Tea Party Activist & USMC Veteran
Chris Younts (R) - Rancher, Insurance Agent, Tea Party Activist & '10 Candidate
Jim Riley (D) - Restaurant Owner & Army Veteran
Scott Ballard (Libertarian)
John Ulstrom (Independent) - Retired Federal Employee

District 12:
Kay Granger (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Bill Lawrence (R) - Ex-Highland Village Mayor, Businessman, Attorney & USAF Veteran

Dave Robinson (D) - Retired Teacher & Vietnam War Veteran
Matt Solodow (Libertarian) - IT Consultant & '10 Nominee
Michael Fanelli (Independent) - Logistics Analyst
Bobby Ingram (Independent) - Teacher

District 13:
Mac Thornberry (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Pam Barlow (R) - Veterinarian
Keith Houston (Green)
John Robert Deek (Libertarian)

District 14:
[ Ron Paul (R)* - Retiring in 2012. ]
John Gay (R) - School District Administrator & USCG Veteran
Robert Gonzalez (R) - Computer Systems Analyst & Tea Party Activist
George Harper (R) - Petro-Chemical Engineer, Tea Party Activist & '96 Candidate
Felicia Harris (R) - Pearland City Councilwoman & Attorney
Mark Mansius (R) - Process Control Engineer
Jay Old (R) - Attorney
Bill Sargent (R) - Retired Navy Officer, Ex-Congressional Aide & Galveston County Elections Official
Michael Truncale (R) - Texas State University Regent, Attorney, GOP Activist & Episcopal Lay Minister
Randy Weber (R) - State Rep., Ex-Pearland City Councilman & Air Conditioning Contractor
Linda Dailey (D) - Nurse & Gulf War Veteran
Nick Lampson (D) - Ex-Congressman, Ex-Jefferson County Tax Assessor & Ex-Teacher
Rhett Rosenquest Smith (Green)
Zach Grady (Libertarian) - HVAC Contractor & Libertarian Activist
Eugene Flynn (Independent) - Attorney, Ex-Libertarian State Committee Member & Frequent Candidate
Ethan Singletary (Independent) - Unemployed

District 15:
Ruben Hinojosa (D)* - (Campaign Site)
David Cantu (D) - Rancher & Farmer
Jane Cross (D) - Teacher
Johnny Partain (D) - Businessman
Ruben Ramirez (D) - Attorney
Dale Brueggemann (R) - Businessman
Rebecca Cervera (R) - Businesswoman
Jim Kuiken (R) - Security Consultant, Ex-US Border Patrol Agent & USMC Veteran

Eddie Zamora (R) - Salesman, Minister & Frequent Candidate
Ronald Finch (Libertarian)
Benjamin Perez (Independent) - La Villa School Board Member & Teacher

Charlie Wilson

District 16:
Silvestre Reyes (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Paul Johnson (D)
Ben "Buddy" Mendoza (D) - Retiree
Beto O'Rourke (D) - Ex-El Paso City Councilman & Businessman
Jerome Tilghman (D) - Teacher & Retired Army Officer
Barbara Carrasco (R) - Businesswoman
Corey Roen (R) - Retired Army Officer & Businessman
Junart Sodoy (Libertarian) - Teacher
Robert Cameron (Independent) - Retiree
Rodney Darcy (Independent) - Teacher

District 17:
Bill Flores (R)* - (Campaign Site)
George Hindman (R) - Businessman & Ex-NASA Engineer
Ben Easton (Libertarian) - Technology Consultant, Ex-Teacher & Frequent Candidate
Michael Stanford (Independent) - Businessman

District 18:
Sheila Jackson Lee (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Sean Seibert (R) - Retired Army Officer & Afghan War Veteran
Christopher Barber (Libertarian)
Steve Warshell (Socialist Workers/Write-In) - Communist Political Organizer, Textile Worker & '08/'10 Nominee
Maurice Duhon Jr. (Independent) - Realtor

District 19:
Randy Neugebauer (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Chris Winn (R) - Ex-Lubbock County GOP Chair
Richard "Chip" Peterson (Libertarian) - Retired College Professor & Frequent Candidate
Mark Lawson (Independent) - Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

District 20:
[ Charlie Gonzalez (D)* - Retiring in 2012. ]
Joaquin Castro (D) - State Rep. & Brother of San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro
David Rosa (R) - Economist, USAF Veteran & GOP Activist
Antonio Diaz (Green)
A.E. "Tracy" Potts (Libertarian) - Artist

Henry B. Gonzalez

District 21:
Lamar Smith (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Richard Mack (R) - Ex-Graham County (Arizona) Sheriff & Tea Party Activist
Richard Morgan (R) - Software Engineer & GOP Activist
Dan Boone (D) - Psychologist, Businessman, Retired USAF Officer & '10 Texas SBOE Candidate
Candace Duval (D) - Marketing Consultant & Democratic Activist
Fidel Castillo (Green)
Bill Stout (Green)
John-Henry Liberty (Libertarian) - Software Company Technical Manager & Libertarian Activist
Carlos Pena (Independent) - Teacher's Assistant

District 22:
Pete Olson (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Barbara Carlson (R) - Businesswoman & Author
K.P. George (D) - Financial Planner, Realtor & '10 Fort Bend County Treasurer Nominee
Kesha Rogers (D) - LaRouche Activist & '10 Candidate
Don Cook (Green)
Steve Susman (Libertarian) - Tea Party Activist & '10 Nominee

District 23:
Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R)* - (Campaign Site)
John Bustamante (D) - Attorney & Son of Ex-US Rep. Albert Bustamante
Pete Gallego (D) - State Rep. & Attorney
Ciro Rodriguez (D) - Ex-Congressman, Ex-State Rep. & Social Worker
Ed Scharf (Green)
Jeffrey Blunt (Libertarian) - Consultant, Environmental Engineer, Army Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Craig Stephens (Independent) - IT Consultant, Navy Veteran & '06/'10 Candidate

District 24:
Kenny Marchant (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Grant Stinchfield (R) - Auto Repair Shop Owner, Ex-TV News Reporter & Tea Party Activist
Tim Rusk (D) - Attorney
John Stathas (Libertarian)
Jon Robert Bullock (Independent) - Business Consultant
Bobby Davis (Independent) - Retired Airline Pilot

District 25:
Ernie Beltz Jr. (R)
- Ex-Federal Agency Program Manager, Ex-Insurance Agent & USMC Veteran
Bill Burch (R) - Conservative Activist & Frequent Candidate

Dianne Costa (R) - Highland Village Mayor, Ex-Highland Village City Councilwoman & Mediator
Jim Dillon (R) - Contractor & Frequent Candidate
Dave Garrison (R) - Retired Insurance Company Executive & Attorney
Justin Hewlett (R) - Cleburne Mayor, Ex-Cleburn School Board Member & Businessman
Charlie Holcomb (R) - Retired State Appeals Court Judge
Brian Matthews (R) - Tea Party Activist
Wes Riddle (R) - College Professor, Retired Army Officer, Tea Party Activist & '04 Candidate
Chad Wilbanks (R) - Political Consultant & Ex-State GOP Executive Director
Michael Williams (R) - Ex-State Railroad Commissioner, Ex-Assistant US Education Secretary & Attorney
Roger Williams (R) - Ex-Secretary of State, Businessman & Ex-Minor League Baseball Player
Elaine Henderson (D)
Roger Quannah Settler (Green)
Betsy Dewey (Libertarian) - Businesswoman, Musician & Ron Paul Campaign Activist
Nathanael Berman (Independent) - Businessman
John Fleckenstein II (Independent) - Investment Manager

Phil Gramm - Clayton Williams - Joe Dial - Rob Mosbacher Jr. - 1990

District 26:
Michael Burgess (R)* - (Campaign Site)
David Sanchez (D)
Michael Cary (Green)
Mark Boler (Libertarian) - Computer Engineer & '10 Nominee

District 27:
Blake Farenthold (R)* - (Campaign Site)
John Grunwald (R) - Retired Accountant
Don Al Middlebrook (R) - Construction Contractor
Trey Roberts (R) - Attorney
Rose Meza Harrison (D) - Nueces County Democratic Chair & Attorney
Murphy Alade Junaid (D)
Ronnie McDonald (D) - Ex-Bastrop County Judge
Jerry Trevino (D) - Attorney
Corrie Byrd (Libertarian)
William Baldwin (Independent) - Business Development Consultant

District 28:
Henry Cuellar (D)* - (Campaign Site)
William Hayward (R) - Ostrich Rancher
Patrick Hisel (Libertarian) - Physician

District 29:
Gene Green (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Maria Selva (Green)
James Stanczak (Libertarian)
Mike Fitzsimmons (Socialist Workers/Write-In) - Communist Political Organizer

Martin Frost

District 30:
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Barbara Mallory Caraway (D) - State Rep., Ex-Dallas City Councilwoman & Government Affairs Consultant
Taj Clayton (D) - Attorney
Travis Washington Jr. (R) - Retired USAF Officer
Ed Rankin (Libertarian) - Human Resources Consultant
Stephen Benavides (Independent) - Public Employee Advisor
Paul Izyk (Independent) - Maintenance Technician
Paul Wehrmann (Independent) - Attorney

District 31:
John Carter (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Eric Klingemann (R) - Building Contractor & Army Veteran
Stephen Wyman (D) - Telecommunications Technical Professional, Progressive Activist & '10 State Sen. Candidate
Ethan Garofolo (Libertarian) - Software Developer

District 32:
Pete Sessions (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Walter Hofheinz (D) - Attorney, Software Developer, Artist & '02 Candidate
Katherine Savers McGovern (D) - Attorney
Seth Hollist (Libertarian) - Online Publisher
Eric Smith (Independent) - Disabled Veteran & Technology Consultant
Emma Berry (Independent) - Technical Writer
Michael Piles (Independent) - Data Analyst

District 33:
Chuck Bradley (R) - Retired Businessman
Charles King (R)
David Alameel (D) - Businessman & Army Veteran
Chrysta Castaneda (D) - Attorney
Domingo Garcia (D) - Ex-State Rep., Ex-Dallas City Councilman, Attorney & '95 Dallas Mayor Candidate
Kathleen Hicks (D) - Fort Worth City Councilwoman & Non-Profit Group Executive Director
J.R. Molina (D) - Attorney, Ex-Municipal Court Judge, USAF Veteran & '04/'06 State Appeals Court Judge Candidate
Carlos Quintanilla (D) - Community Activist
Jason Roberts (D) - Community Activist
Steve Salazar (D) - Ex-Dallas City Councilman & Attorney
Kyev Tatum (D) - Minister & Civil Rights Activist
Manuel Valdez (D) - Tarrant County Justice of the Peace
Marc Veasey (D) - State Rep. & Businessman
Ed Lindsay (Green) -Retired Educator, Army Veteran, Environmental Activist & '08 US Rep Nominee & '10 State Comptroller Nominee
Robert Devine (Independent) - Consultant
Lance "Occupy" Donohue (Independent) - Businessman, Navy Veteran & Ex-Republican

Bill Clements for Governor

District 34:
Jessica Puente Bradshaw (R) - Tea Party Activist, Realtor, Ex-Teacher & '10 Candidate
Adela Garza (R) - Texas Southmost College Trustee, Ex-Los Fresnos School Board Member & Businesswoman
Paul Haring (R) - Ex-State Rep., Attorney, Pro-Life Activist & Frequent Candidate
Elmo Aycock (D) - Iraq War Veteran
Ramiro Garza (D) - Ex-Edinburg City Manager
Juan Angel Guerra (D) - Ex-Willacy County District Attorney
Denise Saenz Blanchard (D) - Ex-Congressional Aide
Salomon Torres (D) - Attorney & Ex-Congressional Aide
Anthony Troiani (D) - Ex-Brownsville City Commissioner, Attorney & USMC Veteran
Filemon Vela (D) - Attorney & Son of Ex-Brownsville Mayor Blanca Sanchez Vela
Armando Villalobos (D) - Cameron County District Attorney
Steven "Ziggy" Shanklin (Libertarian)
Don DeLeon (Independent) - Businessman

District 35:
Lloyd Doggett (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Maria Luisa Alvarado (D) - Ex-Project Research Director, USAF Veteran & '06 Lt. Governor Nominee
Sylvia Romo (D) - Bexar County Tax Assessor, Ex-State Rep. & Accountant
Susan Narvaiz (R) - Ex-San Marcos Mayor & Business Consultant
Rob Roark (R) - Manufacturing Quality Control Inspector
John Yoggerst (R) - Businessman & Ex-Winery Owner
Meghan Owen (Green) - Occupy Movement Activist
Ross Leone (Libertarian)
William Wright (Independent) - Mathematician

District 36:
Keith Casey (R) - Accountant & Businessman
Jerry Doyle (R) - Army Veteran
Jim Engstrand (R) - Businessman, National Guard Veteran & '10 Candidate in Minnesota
Ky Griffin (R) - Funeral Director
Mike Jackson (R) - State Senate President Pro Tempore, Ex-State Rep. & Building Contractor
Chuck Meyer (R) - Attorney & Mediator
Kim Morrell (R) - Seabrook City Councilman & Businessman
Lois Myers (R) - Marine Supply Company Sales Executive
Steve Stockman (R) - Ex-Congressman, Consultant, '06 Candidate & '98 State Railroad Commission Candidate
Stephen Takach (R) - Financial Advisor
Daniel Whitton (R)
Tim Wintill (R) - Teacher & Irrigation Contractor
Max Martin (D) - Businessman & Ex-Commercial Pilot
Michael Cole (Libertarian) - Teacher
Chester Nabours (Independent) - Economist

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