Texas House of Representatives

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Texas House of Representatives
Texas State Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
None
History
New session started
January 8, 2019
Leadership
Dennis Bonnen (R)
Since January 8, 2019
Speaker pro Tempore
Joe Moody (D)
Since January 23, 2019
Structure
Seats150
Texas House of Reps partisanship March 2020.svg
Political groups
Majority (83)
  •   Republican (83)

Minority (67)

Length of term
2 years
AuthorityArticle 3, Texas Constitution
Salary$7,200/year + per diem
Elections
First-past-the-post
Last election
November 3, 2020
(150 seats)
Next election
November 8, 2022
(150 seats)
RedistrictingLegislative control
Meeting place
Austin Capitol Building (47391738632).jpg
House of Representatives Chamber
Texas State Capitol
Austin, Texas
Website
Texas House of Representatives

The Texas House of Representatives is the lower house of the Texas Legislature. It has 150 members, who each one district of Texas. They serve for a two-year term with no term limits. The house meets at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas.[1][2]

Leadership[change | change source]

Position Name Party Residence District
Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen Republican Angleton 25
Speaker Pro Tempore Joe Moody Democratic El Paso 78
Republican Caucus Chair Stephanie Klick Republican Fort Worth 91
Democratic Caucus Chair Chris Turner Democratic Grand Prairie 101

Composition[change | change source]

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democrat Ind Vacant
End 2010 75 73 0 148 2
Begin 2011 101 49 0 150 0
End 2012 48 149 1
Begin 2013 95 55 0 150 0
End 2014
Begin 2015 98 52 0 150 0
End 2016 99 50 1
Begin 2017 95 55 0 150 0
End 2018 94 56 0 150 0
Begin 2019 83 67 0 150 0
Latest voting share 55.3% 44.7%
House Districts and Party Affiliation as of 2019      Republican Party      Democratic Party

List of members[change | change source]

District Representative Party Residence First elected County(ies) represented
1 Gary VanDeaver R New Boston 2014 Bowie, Franklin, Lamar, Red River
2 Bryan Slaton R Royse City, Texas 2020 Hopkins, Hunt, Van Zandt
3 Cecil Bell Jr. R Magnolia 2012 Montgomery (part), Waller
4 Keith Bell R Forney 2018 Henderson (part), Kaufman
5 Cole Hefner R Mount Pleasant 2016 Camp, Morris, Rains, Smith (part), Titus, Wood
6 Matt Schaefer R Tyler 2012 Smith (part)
7 Jay Dean R Longview 2016 Gregg, Upshur
8 Cody Harris R Corsicana 2018 Anderson, Freestone, Hill, Navarro
9 Chris Paddie R Marshall 2012 Cass, Harrison, Marion, Panola, Sabine, Shelby
10 John Wray R Waxahachie 2014 Ellis, Henderson (part)
11 Travis Clardy R Nacogdoches 2012 Cherokee, Nacogdoches, Rusk
12 Kyle Kacal R Hillister 2012 Brazos (part), Falls, Limestone, McLennan (part), Robertson
13 Ben Leman R Anderson 2018† Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Grimes, Lavaca, Washington
14 John N. Raney R Bryan 2010 Brazos (part)
15 Steve Toth R The Woodlands 2018 Montgomery (part)
16 Will Metcalf R Conroe 2014
17 John Cyrier R Lockhart 2014 Bastrop, Caldwell, Gonzales, Karnes, Lee
18 Ernest Bailes R Dayton 2016 Liberty, San Jacinto, Walker
19 James White R Woodville 2010 Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, Tyler
20 Terry Wilson R Georgetown 2016 Burnet, Milam, Williamson (part)
21 Dade Phelan R Beaumont 2014 Jefferson (part), Orange
22 Joe Deshotel D Port Arthur 1998 Jefferson (part)
23 Mayes Middleton R Galveston 2018 Chambers, Galveston (part)
24 Greg Bonnen R Friendswood 2012 Galveston(part)
25 Dennis Bonnen R Angleton 1996 Brazoria (part), Matagorda
26 Rick Miller R Sugar Land 2012 Fort Bend (part)
27 Ron Reynolds D Missouri City 2010
28 Gary Gates R Richmond 2020†
29 Ed Thompson R Pearland 2012 Brazoria (part)
30 Geanie Morrison R Victoria 1998 Aransas, Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Refugio, Victoria
31 Ryan Guillen D Rio Grande City 2002 Atascosa, Brooks, Duval, Jim Hogg, Kenedy, La Salle, Live Oak, McMullen, Starr, Willacy
32 Todd Ames Hunter R Portland 2008
(1989-1997)
Nueces (part)
33 Justin Holland R Rockwall 2016 Collin (part), Rockwall
34 Abel Herrero D Corpus Christi 2012 Nueces (part)
35 Oscar Longoria D Beeville 2012 Cameron (part) Hidalgo (part)
36 Sergio Muñoz D Mission 2010 Hidalgo (part)
37 Alex Dominguez D Brownsville 2018 Cameron (part)
38 Eddie Lucio III D San Benito 2006
39 Armando Martinez D Weslaco 2004 Hidalgo (part)
40 Terry Canales D Edinburg 2012
41 Robert Guerra D McAllen 2012†
42 Richard Raymond D Laredo 2001†
(1993-1999)
Webb (part)
43 J. M. Lozano R[3] Kingsville 2010 Bee, Jim Wells, Kleberg, San Patricio
44 John Kuempel R Seguin 2010† Guadalupe, Wilson
45 Erin Zwiener D Driftwood 2018 Blanco, Hays counties
46 Sheryl Cole D Austin 2018 Travis (part)
47 Vikki Goodwin D Austin 2018
48 Donna Howard D Austin 2006†
49 Gina Hinojosa D Austin 2016
50 Celia Israel D Austin 2014†
51 Eddie Rodriguez D Austin 2002
52 James Talarico D Round Rock 2018† Williamson (part)
53 Andrew Murr R Kimble County 2014 Bandera, Crockett, Edwards, Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason, Medina, Menard, Real, Schleicher, Sutton
54 Brad Buckley R Killeen 2018 Bell (part), Lampasas
55 Hugh Shine R Belton 2016 Bell (part)
56 Charles Anderson R Waco 2004 McLennan (part)
57 Trent Ashby R Lufkin 2012 Angelina, Houston, Leon, Madison, San Augustine, Trinity
58 DeWayne Burns R Cleburne 2014 Bosque, Johnson
59 J. D. Sheffield R Gatesville 2012 Comanche, Coryell, Erath, Hamilton, McCulloch, Mills, San Saba, and Somervell
60 Mike Lang R Eastland 2016 Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Eastland, Hood, Palo Pinto, Shackelford, Stephens
61 Phil King R Weatherford 1998 Parker, Wise
62 Reggie Smith R Van Alstyne 2018† Delta, Grayson, Fannin
63 Tan Parker R Flower Mound 2006 Denton (part)
64 Lynn Stucky R Sanger 2016
65 Michelle Beckley D Carrollton 2018
66 Matt Shaheen R Plano 2014 Collin (part)
67 Jeff Leach R Plano 2012
68 Drew Springer Jr. R Vernon 2012 Childress, Collingsworth, Cooke, Cottle, Crosby, Dickens, Fisher, Floyd, Garza, Hall, Hardeman, Haskell,
Jack, Kent, King, Montague, Motley, Stonewall, Throckmorton, Wheeler, Wilbarger, Young
69 James Frank R Wichita Falls 2012 Archer, Baylor, Clay, Foard, Knox, Wichita
70 Scott Sanford R McKinney 2012 Collin (part)
71 Stan Lambert R Abilene 2016 Jones, Nolan, Taylor
72 Drew Darby R San Angelo 2006 Coke, Concho, Glasscock, Howard, Irion, Reagan, Runnels, Sterling, Tom Green
73 Kyle Biedermann R Fredericksburg 2016 Comal, Gillespie, Kendall
74 Poncho Nevárez D Eagle Pass 2012 Brewster, Culberson, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, Kinney, Loving, Maverick, Pecos, Presidio, Reeves, Terrell, Val Verde
75 Mary González D El Paso 2012 El Paso (part)
76 Cesar Blanco D El Paso 2014
77 Evelina Ortega D El Paso 2016
78 Joe Moody D El Paso 2012
79 Art Fierro D El Paso 2019†
80 Tracy King D Batesville 2005
(1995-2003)
Dimmit, Frio, Webb (part), Uvalde, Zapata, Zavala
81 Brooks Landgraf R Odessa 2014 Andrews, Ector, Ward, Winkler
82 Tom Craddick R Midland 1968 Crane, Dawson, Martin, Midland, Upton
83 Dustin Burrows R Lubbock 2014 Borden, Gaines, Lubbock (part), Lynn, Mitchell, Scurry, Terry
84 John Frullo R Lubbock 2010† Lubbock (part)
85 Phil Stephenson R Wharton 2012 Fort Bend (part), Jackson, Wharton
86 John T. Smithee R Amarillo 1984 Dallam, Deaf Smith, Hartley, Oldham, Parmer, Randall
87 Four Price R Amarillo 2010 Carson, Hutchinson, Moore, Potter, Sherman
88 Ken King R Pampa 2012 Armstrong, Bailey, Briscoe, Castro, Cochran, Donley, Gray, Hale, Hansford, Hemphill, Hockley,
Lamb, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Roberts, Swisher, Yoakum
89 Candy Noble R Allen 2018 Collin (part)
90 Ramon Romero Jr. D Fort Worth 2014 Tarrant (part)
91 Stephanie Klick R Fort Worth 2012
92 Jonathan Stickland R Bedford 2012
93 Matt Krause R Arlington 2012
94 Tony Tinderholt R Arlington 2014
95 Nicole Collier D Fort Worth 2012
96 Bill Zedler R Arlington 2002
97 Craig Goldman R Fort Worth 2012
98 Giovanni Capriglione R Southlake 2012
99 Charlie Geren R River Oaks 2000
100 Lorraine Birabil D Dallas 2020† Dallas (part)
101 Chris Turner D Grand Prairie 2012 Tarrant (part)
102 Ana-Maria Ramos D Dallas 2018[4] Dallas (part)
103 Rafael Anchia D Dallas 2004
104 Jessica González D Dallas 2018
105 Terry Meza D Irving 2018
106 Jared Patterson R Grand Prairie 2018 Denton (part)
107 Victoria Neave D Dallas 2016 Dallas (part)
108 Morgan Meyer R Dallas 2014
109 Carl Sherman D De Soto 2018
110 Toni Rose D Dallas 2012
111 Yvonne Davis D Dallas 1992
112 Angie Chen Button R Richardson 2008
113 Rhetta Bowers D Garland 2018
114 John Turner D Dallas 2018
115 Julie Johnson D Irving 2018
116 Trey Martinez Fischer D San Antonio 2018 Bexar (part)
117 Philip Cortez D San Antonio 2016
118 Leo Pacheco D San Antonio 2018
119 Roland Gutierrez D San Antonio 2008†
120 Barbara Gervin-Hawkins D San Antonio 2016
121 Steve Allison R San Antonio 2018
122 Lyle Larson R San Antonio 2010
123 Diego Bernal D San Antonio 2014†
124 Ina Minjarez[5] D San Antonio 2015†
125 Ray Lopez D San Antonio 2019†
126 Sam Harless R Spring 2018 Harris (part)
127 Dan Huberty R Kingwood 2010
128 Briscoe Cain R Baytown 2016
129 Dennis Paul R Houston 2014
130 Tom Oliverson R Houston 2016
131 Alma Allen D Houston 2004
132 Gina Calanni D Houston 2018
133 Jim Murphy R Houston 2010
134 Sarah Davis R Houston 2010
135 Jon Rosenthal D Houston 2018
136 John Bucy III D Austin 2018 Williamson (part)
137 Gene Wu D Houston 2012 Harris (part)
138 Dwayne Bohac R Houston 2002
139 Jarvis Johnson D Houston 2016†
140 Armando Walle D Houston 2008
141 Senfronia Thompson D Houston 1972
142 Harold Dutton Jr. D Houston 1984
143 Ana Hernandez D Houston 2005†
144 Mary Ann Perez D Houston 2016
145 Christina Morales D Houston 2019†
146 Shawn Thierry D Houston 2016
147 Garnet Coleman D Houston 1991†
148 Anna Eastman D Houston 2020†
149 Hubert Vo D Houston 2004
150 Valoree Swanson R Houston 2016
†Representative was first elected in a special election.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Texas House Rules" (PDF). Texas House of Representatives. Retrieved 1 March 2016.
  2. "Service Providers". Guide to Texas Legislative Information. Archived from the original on February 15, 2015. Retrieved March 1, 2016.
  3. Elected as a Democrat in 2010, Lozano switched parties in March 2012.
  4. https://ballotpedia.org/Ana-Maria_Ramos
  5. Gonzalez, John W. (2015-04-21). "Minjarez captures Texas House District 124 - San Antonio Express-News". Mysanantonio.com. Retrieved 2016-02-25.