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TABLE OF CONTENTS TEXAS STATE SENATE 06.

SD 1

BRYAN HUGHES

07.

SD 13

BORRIS MILES

08.

SD 24

DAWN BUCKINGHAM

TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 12.

HD 4

LANCE GOODEN

13.

HD 5

COLE HEFNER

14.

HD 7

JAY DEAN

15.

HD 18

16. 17.

HD 20 HD 33

ERNEST BAILES TERRY WILSON

18.

HD 49

GINA HINOJOSA

19.

HD 54

SCOTT COSPER

20.

HD 55

HUGH SHINE

21.

HD 60

MIKE LANG

22.

HD 64

23. 24.

HD 71 HD 73

LYNN STUCKY STAN LAMBERT

JUSTIN HOLLAND

KYLE BIEDERMANN

25.

HD 77

LINA ORTEGA

26.

HD 107

VICTORIA NEAVE

27.

HD 116

DIANE AREVALO

28.

HD 117

PHILIP CORTEZ

29.

HD 118

TOMAS URESTI

30.

HD 120 HD 126

BARBARA GERVIN-HAWKINS KEVIN ROBERTS

HD 128

BRISCOE CAIN

33.

HD 130

TOM OLIVERSON

34.

HD 139

JARVIS JOHNSON

35.

HD 144

MARY ANN PEREZ

36.

HD 146

37.

HD 150

SHAWN THIERRY VALOREE SWANSON

31. 32.

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TEXAS SENATE


NEW MEMBERS TEXAS SENATE 06. 07.

SD 1 SD 13

08.

SD 24

BRYAN HUGHES BORRIS MILES DAWN BUCKINGHAM

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SD 1

BRYAN HUGHES

REPUBLICAN - MINEOLA Predecessor: Senator Kevin Eltife (ret.) Born and raised in East Texas, he attended Tyler Junior College and the University of Texas at Tyler, receiving his BBA in Economics, cum laude, in 1992. From there he went on to Baylor University School of Law, where he received his law degree in 1995. He was honored to be chosen by US District Judge William Steger of Tyler to serve as his Law Clerk, a position he held from 1995-1997. In his first run for office in 2002, Bryan was elected with 52% of the vote against a long-time incumbent. In 2004, he was re-elected by a 62% margin and in 2006 with 82% of the vote. He was unopposed for re-election in 2008 and 2010. Facing his first ever opposition in the Republican Primary in 2012, Bryan was honored to be elected by a 77% margin. In 2014, Bryan won with his highest margin ever 92%. In 2007, Tyler Junior College honored Bryan with its Valuable Young Alumnus award. Additionally, in 2008 he was chosen by his law school as the Baylor Young Lawyer of the Year. The University of Texas at Tyler in 2013 named him a Distinguished Alumni. He has received numerous awards for his work in the Legislature, including the Taxpayer Champion Award from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, the Horizon Award from Texas Right to Life, and “Defender of the American Dream” from Americans for Prosperity. In 2011, Texas Right to Life named Bryan Hughes the Pro-Life Whip of the Texas House. Bryan was the first member of his family to receive a Bachelor’s degree. As a small businessman, he knows about hard work and the value of a dollar. Bryan is a leader in his church, a Red Cross disaster relief volunteer, and active in civic and community organizations. TOP DONORS: 1. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($167,372) 2. Texas Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee ($90,125) 3. Texans for Education Reform PAC ($50,000) 4. Empower Texans PAC ($27,000) 5. Farris & JoAnn Wilks ($25,000)

SENATE DISTRICT 1

Texas Legislature

£ £

LAMAR 271

Reno (Lamar)

82

FANNIN

Windom

Toco

£

Paris

82

Honey Grove

Blossom

RED RIVER

£

Detroit

£

82

271

Clarksville

Annona Avery De Kalb

Deport

Roxton

£

Pecan Gap

DELTA

Commerce

HOPKINS

Campbell

HUNT

Sulphur Springs

Cumby

Mount Vernon

§ ¦ ¨

69

CAMP Lone Oak

Lone Star

Ore City

£ 80

Jefferson

£ 271

Mineola

£ 80

Hawkins

Van

CONSULTANT Berry Communications

Brownsboro

175

Chandler

Murchison

Athens

£ Palestine

59

Waskom

£ 79

Beckville

£

Carthage

79

PANOLA

£ £ 79

£ 84

Gary City

RUSK

Gallatin

Rusk

59

84

Joaquin

Tenaha

£ 84

Reklaw

84 £

£ £

New Summerfield

CHEROKEE

69

Cushing

Timpson

Mount Enterprise

£ 259

NACOGDOCHES

SHELBY Garrison

£ 59

Appleby

6

80

£

Tatum

Henderson

69

79

79

£

Easton

£

£ Jacksonville

£ £

ANDERSON

20

259

Lakeport

Scottsville

§ ¦ ¨

Hallsville

259

Coffee City Berryville Poynor Frankston Cuney

287

80

80

Overton New London

Troup

Marshall

£

£

259

Arp

Whitehouse

Bullard

Nesbitt

HARRISON

£

GREGG

Hill

Noonday

Station

175

59

259

Kilgore

HENDERSON Moore

£

£

80

SMITH New Tyler Chapel

Mabank

£

£

£

271

69

£

Uncertain

East Mountain

Union Grove Warren White City Oak Clarksville Longview GladewaterCity

£

£

Caney City Star Malakoff Harbor

Big Sandy

Winona

Lindale Hideaway

Edom

Trinidad

MARION

UPSHUR

Gilmer

VAN ZANDT Canton

Eustace Payne Springs

£

Avinger

271

WOOD

69

Edgewood Fruitvale Grand Saline

Atlanta

59

59

£ Quitman

£

20

6

259

Emory

Alba

§ ¦ ¨

Queen City Bloomburg

£

Linden

£

Yantis

RAINS

Douglassville Marietta

259

Winnsboro Point

59

£ Daingerfield Hughes Springs

Pittsburg

71

£

CASS

£

Wills Point

BIRTHDAY July 21st

67

Rocky Mound

£

Redwater Maud

Domino

Omaha Naples

£

Mount Pleasant

Miller's Cove

30

Como

East West Tawakoni Tawakoni

67

MORRIS

FRANKLIN

Neylandville

£

271

TITUS

OCCUPATION Attorney

Red Leary Lick Nash Wake Village

Hooks

New Boston

BOWIE

30

£

Tira

ALMA MATER University of Texas at Tyler (B.B.A.) Baylor Law School (J.D.)

82

§ ¦ ¨

Talco

Cooper

Texarkana

£

259

Bogata Ladonia

Texas Legislative Council

Huxley

Center

£ 96

PLANS172


SD 13

BORRIS MILES

DEMOCRAT - HOUSTON Predecessor: Senator Rodney Ellis (ret.) Borris L. Miles was first elected to serve as the State Representative for District 146 in November of 2006. He was re-elected in November 2010, and was sworn back into the House of Representatives in January 2011. He is a lifelong resident of Houston; growing up in Sunnyside where he attended Jack Yates High School, "Home of the Mighty LIONS"! After high school, he received the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Criminal Science from Sam Houston State University. A former law enforcement officer, Mr. Miles is a successful entrepreneur and businessman, owning and operating the third largest (and most successful) African-American independent insurance agency in the United States and the #1 African-American owned agency in Texas. Started as a one-man operation in his garage apartment, today his company - Borris L. Miles Insurance writes more than $56 million dollars in insurance premiums annually. Mr. Miles' office is located in Houston's Third Ward on Almeda, where he purchased and renovated two city blocks and provides professional lease space to seven other minority-owned businesses and their employees. Mr. Miles believes that by investing in his community, he is having a positive impact on the business and economic base of the area. TOP DONORS: 1. Theldon Branch ($15,000) 2. Hillco PAC ($10,500) 3. University of Houston PAC ($8,000) 4. William Miller ($7,000) 5. Houston Professional Fire Fighters Assn. Local #341 PAC ($5,000) *Data pulled from Special Runoff Election Report

SENATE Texas Legislature

££ 83 £

180

£ £

Lueders

283

£

Anson

FISHER

180

JONES

180

Albany

DISTRICT 24 Breckenridge

£ 180

£ 180

SHACKELFORD Hawley

£ 83

§ ¦ ¨ 20

Trent

Tye

Merkel

§ ¦ ¨ 20

Abilene

£ £

Buffalo Gap 83 TAYLOR Tuscola

£ 277

Putnam

Lawn

183

Cross Plains

83

£ 377

Carbon

COMANCHE

84

£

84

67

Ballinger

Santa Anna

COLEMAN

67

Bangs

ALMA MATER

Sam Houston State University

OCCUPATION insurance Agent

£ 87

Gholson

£ 87

190

£

£ 190

87

§ ¦ ¨

Sunrise Beach Village Horseshoe Bay Round Mountain

Junction

10

KIMBLE

£ 290

£

£

Fredericksburg

§ ¦ ¨

377

BLANCO

GILLESPIE

Johnson City

££

290

10

281

290

Bear Creek

Dripping Springs

Ingram

HAYS Woodcreek

£ 281

Kerrville

Wimberley

KENDALL

£

BIRTHDAY October 29th

CONSULTANT Storefront Political Media

281

BANDERA Camp Wood

Bandera

Leakey

Fair Boerne Oaks Ranch

Bulverde

Garden BEXAR Ridge Hill Selma Country Village Universal Castle Windcrest City Leon Hills Alamo Converse Valley Heights

Grey Forest Helotes

KINNEY

UVALDE

MEDINA

£ 83

£ 90

Sabinal

£ 90

Hondo

£ 90

90

410

San

Von Ormy Lytle Somerset

35

San Marcos

Martindale

37

Elmendorf

90

GUADALUPE

Rockdale

£ 77

79 Taylor

Pflugerville Manor

Lexington LEE

Elgin

£ 290

Webberville

Giddings Bastrop BASTROP Smithville

183

Lockhart CALDWELL Luling

FAYETTE

£§ ¦ ¨

£§ ¦ ¨ £

Seguin

90

10

Waelder

10

Flatonia

£

Moulton

90A

Gonzales GONZALES

£ £ 183

90A

LAVACA Shiner

£ 77A

£ 87

MILAM

Thorndale Thrall

£

£

Staples

New Braunfels

Santa Clara Marion

New Berlin St. China Hedwig Grove La Vernia

§ ¦ ¨

Hutto

Austin

Schertz

£§ ¦ Antonio ¨

Castroville LaCoste

§ ¦ ¨

COMAL

£

83

REAL

Round

San Leanna Hays Creedmoor Buda Mustang Mountain Ridge City Niederwald Kyle Uhland

Blanco

KERR Rocksprings EDWARDS

Bartlett Granger

Weir WILLIAMSON

Leander

Lago Cedar Rock Vista Park Jonestown Volente 183 Briarcliff Lakeway The TRAVIS Hills Bee Cave Rollingwood

£

87

83

35

Georgetown

Liberty Hill

Marble Falls

£

£

77

Rosebud

Buckholts Cameron

Jarrell

Burnet

LLANO

MASON

£ Rogers

Holland

§ ¦ ¨

Florence

Bertram

Llano

Mason

377

BELL Little RiverAcademy

Salado

BURNET

£ £

Lott

Temple

Harker Heights

183

83

Marlin

Belton

Killeen

Kempner

£

Menard MENARD

£

Golinda

Troy

Copperas Cove

Lampasas

190

SUTTON

Lorena

FALLS

LAMPASAS Lometa

£ 190

Beverly Hills

183

San Saba SAN SABA

Brady MCCULLOCH

Waco

Riesel Woodway Hewitt Robinson

BrucevilleEddy Moody

£

Richland Springs

£ Melvin

Lacy84 Lakeview Bellmead Hallsburg

MCLENNAN Crawford

377

Eden

£

Valley Mills

McGregor Oglesby

South Mountain CORYELL

£

CONCHO

Mount Calm Ross Leroy

Clifton

Gatesville

84

Malone Penelope

West

281

£

Bynum

Abbott Aquilla

Hamilton

Evant

35E

Carl's Milford Corner Mertens

Hillsboro Whitney

£ MILLS

Goldthwaite

§ ¦ ¨

Itasca

HILL Morgan

Cranfills Gap

HAMILTON

84

283

83

Italy

BOSQUE

£ £

£

£

Rio Vista

Meridian

Mullin Paint Rock

Oak Leaf

Waxahachie ELLIS Maypearl

Blum Walnut Springs

DeSoto

DALLAS

Midlothian

Venus

Grandview

Gustine

67

Early

Brownwood

67

Keene Alvarado

Covington

Iredell

Hico

67

Blanket

BROWN

£ £ £

67

RUNNELS

£

TOM GREEN

Joshua

Cleburne

67

Dublin

£

Comanche

Coleman

Dallas

Mansfield

JOHNSON

67

£

ERATH

De Leon

Rising Star

£

Godley

Irving Duncanville

Arlington

TARRANT

Briaroaks

£

Glen Rose SOMERVELL

Stephenville

Gorman

Novice

Winters

Miles

£

CALLAHAN

283

£

§ ¦ ¨

Brazos 377 Bend HOOD Granbury DeCordova Tolar

Grand Prairie

Forest Hill

Burleson

Cresson

£

Lipan

EASTLAND

£

Bronte

20

City

Fort Worth

Aledo PARKER Annetta South Benbrook

Eastland

Cisco

Baird

Sansom Haltom Park

Weatherford

180

Crowley

20

Ranger Clyde

84

NOLAN

£

Millsap

§ ¦ ¨

Strawn Gordon Mingus

Moran

Impact

Texas Legislative Council

Mineral Cool Wells

PALO PINTO

STEPHENS

WILSON

Stockdale

7

Nixon

Smiley

£ 183

Yoakum

PLANS172

DEWITT

90


SD 24

DAWN BUCKINGHAM REPUBLICAN - LAKEWAY Predecessor: Senator Troy Fraser (ret.)

Dawn Buckingham’s forefathers were among the first settlers to our great state seven generations ago, and that tough, independent, pioneer spirit is deeply rooted in her personality. Dawn spent her early years growing up on Fox Run Farm until the family moved to Austin. While she graduated from Westlake High School, Dawn remains a country girl at heart as an avid hunter and outdoorswoman. Her commitment to service began early when she served as a volunteer fire fighter, and she is a graduate of the A&M Fire School. Dawn lived at home and worked two jobs to pay for college at UT Austin, graduating Magna Cum Laude and debt-free. It was also during college that Dawn met the love of her life and husband of 23 years, Ed Buckingham. Dawn and Ed both received their medical degrees from the Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; Dawn practices as an Oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon, and Ed as a facial plastic surgeon. In her daily practice, Dawn helps patients improve their sight and specializes in reconstructing eyelids. Dawn’s commitment to service and recognition for her work has allowed her to hold leadership positions in local, state, and national medical organizations. She also volunteers regularly in her community with her teenage children to continue the legacy of service. During her tenure as a trustee on the Lake Travis ISD School Board, Dawn’s conservative approach helped cut unnecessary costs while maintaining high quality instruction. Currently, Dawn holds a gubernatorial appointment as the vice chair of the State Board of Educator Certification. Additionally, she has served as the Lieutenant Governor’s appointee on the Sunset Commission, where she reduced the size of government and increased efficiency of government services. TOP DONORS: 1. Robert Buckingham ($100,000) 2. Ellyn Yacktman ($50,000) 3. Constituents Focus PAC ($18,375) 4. Alan Harper ($15,500) 5. Gary Martin ($10,000)

SENATE Texas Legislature

££ 83 £

180

£ £

Lueders

283

£

Anson

FISHER

180

JONES

180

Albany

DISTRICT 24 Breckenridge

£ 180

£ 180

£ 83

§ ¦ ¨ 20

Trent

Impact

Tye

Merkel

§ ¦ ¨ 20

Abilene

£ £

NOLAN

Buffalo Gap 83 TAYLOR Tuscola

£ 277

Putnam

283

Cross Plains

Coleman

£

84

67

Santa Anna

COLEMAN

67

Bangs

TOM GREEN

283

Goldthwaite

£ 87

Eden

190

£

South Mountain CORYELL

£ 190

£ 377

83

§ ¦ ¨

Sunrise Beach Village Horseshoe Bay Round Mountain

KIMBLE

£

£ 290

£

GILLESPIE

Johnson City

£

Fredericksburg

§ ¦ ¨

377

BLANCO

££

290

10

281

290

Bear Creek

Dripping Springs

Ingram

HAYS Woodcreek

£ 281

Kerrville

Wimberley

CONSULTANT Axiom Strategies

£

281

BANDERA Bandera

Leakey

Fair Boerne Oaks Ranch Grey Forest

Bulverde Garden Ridge

BEXAR

Helotes

Hill Country Village

Selma

Universal

Castle Windcrest City Leon Hills Alamo Converse Valley Heights

KINNEY

UVALDE

MEDINA

£ 83

£ 90

8

Sabinal

£ 90

Hondo

£ 90

£§ ¦ ¨ 90

Castroville LaCoste

410

Von Ormy Lytle Somerset

San Antonio

§ ¦ ¨

COMAL

£

83

REAL

Camp Wood

Schertz

35

37

Elmendorf

San Marcos

Martindale

Seguin

90

77

Lexington LEE

Elgin

290 £ Giddings Bastrop BASTROP Smithville

£ 183

Lockhart CALDWELL Luling

FAYETTE

£§ ¦ ¨ 90

10

Waelder

10

Flatonia

£

Moulton

90A

New Berlin

Gonzales GONZALES

£ £ 183

90A

LAVACA Shiner

£ 77A

£ 87

£

79 Taylor

Manor

£§ ¦ ¨ £

GUADALUPE

Rockdale

Thorndale Thrall

£

Webberville

Staples

New Braunfels

Santa Clara Marion

St. China Hedwig Grove La Vernia

§ ¦ ¨

Hutto

Pflugerville

Austin

Uhland

KENDALL

BIRTHDAY N/A

MILAM

Granger

Weir WILLIAMSON

Round

San Leanna Hays Creedmoor Buda Mustang Mountain Ridge City Niederwald Kyle

Blanco

KERR Rocksprings EDWARDS

Bartlett

Jarrell

Leander

Lago Cedar Rock Vista Park Jonestown Volente 183 Briarcliff Lakeway The TRAVIS Hills Bee Cave Rollingwood

£

87

77

Rosebud

Buckholts Cameron

35

Georgetown

Liberty Hill

Marble Falls

£

83

£ Rogers

Holland

§ ¦ ¨

Florence

Burnet

LLANO

MASON

Junction

10

Salado

Bertram

Llano

Mason

£

£ SUTTON

BELL Little RiverAcademy

Harker Heights

183

BURNET

Lott

Temple

Belton

Killeen

Kempner

£ 87

Marlin

Troy

Copperas Cove

Lampasas

Menard MENARD

Golinda

FALLS

LAMPASAS Lometa

190

190

Lorena

183

San Saba

£ £

Beverly Hills

BrucevilleEddy

Moody

SAN SABA

Brady MCCULLOCH

£

Lacy84 Lakeview Bellmead Hallsburg

Waco

Riesel Woodway Hewitt Robinson

McGregor Oglesby

£

Richland Springs

£ Melvin

West Mount Calm Ross Leroy

Gholson

MCLENNAN Crawford

377

Malone Penelope

Clifton

Valley Mills

£

CONCHO

Bynum

Abbott

Gatesville

84

35E

Carl's Milford Corner Mertens

Hillsboro

281

Evant

§ ¦ ¨

Itasca

HILL

Aquilla

Hamilton

£

83

87

Covington

Whitney

£ MILLS

£

£

Italy

Morgan

Cranfills Gap

HAMILTON

84

Oak Leaf

Waxahachie

Grandview

Rio Vista

Gustine

£ £ 67

Early

Brownwood

Cleburne

Meridian

DeSoto

DALLAS

Midlothian

Venus

ELLIS Maypearl

Blum Walnut Springs

Mullin Paint Rock

67

BOSQUE

Blanket

BROWN

£ £ £

67

67

£

Iredell

Hico

67

Comanche

£

Keene Alvarado

67

Dublin

£

Dallas

Joshua

£

ERATH

De Leon

COMANCHE

Godley

Mansfield

JOHNSON

Glen Rose SOMERVELL

Stephenville

Gorman

Rising Star

84

Ballinger

University of Texas at Austin (B.A.) University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston (M.D.)

Carbon

£

RUNNELS

Miles

£

Brazos 377 Bend HOOD Granbury DeCordova

Duncanville

Arlington

TARRANT

Briaroaks

Tolar

377 £

Novice

Winters

OCCUPATION Ophthalmologist

183

£

Lawn

83

Bronte

ALMA MATER

£

CALLAHAN

£

20

EASTLAND

Grand Prairie

Forest Hill

Burleson

Cresson

Irving

City

Fort Worth

Aledo PARKER Annetta South Benbrook

Lipan

Eastland

Cisco

Baird

Sansom Haltom Park

Weatherford

180

Crowley

20

§ ¦ ¨

Ranger Clyde

84

Texas Legislative Council

£

Millsap

§ ¦ ¨

Strawn Gordon Mingus

Moran

Mineral Cool Wells

PALO PINTO

STEPHENS

SHACKELFORD Hawley

WILSON

Stockdale

Nixon

Smiley

£ 183

Yoakum

PLANS172

DEWITT

90


TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


NEW MEMBERS TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 12.

HD 4

LANCE GOODEN

13. 14.

HD 5 HD 7

COLE HEFNER JAY DEAN ERNEST BAILES TERRY WILSON

15.

HD 18

16. 17. 18.

HD 20 HD 33 HD 49

19.

HD 54

GINA HINOJOSA SCOTT COSPER

20. 21.

HD 55 HD 60

HUGH SHINE MIKE LANG

22. 23.

HD 64 HD 71

LYNN STUCKY

24.

HD 73

STAN LAMBERT KYLE BIEDERMANN

25. 26.

HD 77 HD 107

LINA ORTEGA VICTORIA NEAVE

27. 28.

HD 116 HD 117

DIANE AREVALO PHILIP CORTEZ

29. 30.

HD 118 HD 120

TOMAS URESTI

31.

HD 126

BARBARA GERVIN-HAWKINS KEVIN ROBERTS

32. 33.

HD 128 HD 130

BRISCOE CAIN TOM OLIVERSON

JUSTIN HOLLAND

34.

HD 139

JARVIS JOHNSON

35. 36.

HD 144 HD 146

MARY ANN PEREZ SHAWN THIERRY

37.

HD 150

VALOREE SWANSON

11


HD 4

LANCE GOODEN

REPUBLICAN - TERRELL Predecessor: Representative Stuart Spitzer Republican Lance Gooden proudly served the citizens of Henderson and Kaufman Counties in the Texas Legislature from 2011-2015, during which time he earned wide recognition as one of the state’s rising conservative leaders. He served on the House Committees on Appropriations, Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence, Licensing & Administrative Procedures and House Administration. Lance has deep roots in our district. He grew up in Terrell, where he lives today, and graduated from Terrell High School as valedictorian. He attended Trinity Valley Community College in Terrell and Athens, and after earning two degrees from the University of Texas in Finance and Government, he went to work as an insurance broker for energy and energy-related companies, negotiating for them in the insurance marketplace and helping to protect them from lawsuits and other business risks. Today, Lance is a business development consultant and is proud to call Kaufman County home. He resides in Terrell and is a life-long member of the Church of Christ and a current member of the Rockwall & Brin Church of Christ in Terrell. He’s active on the board of the Terrell Share Center and is committed to making the Terrell community a better place to live, work and raise a family. TOP DONORS: 1. Monty J. Bennett ($25,000) 2. TACL PAC ($19,989) 3. Wendy Thomas ($17,102) 4. Trevor Rees-Jones ($10,000) 5. Keith Thompson ($8,500)

HOUSE Texas Legislature Lucas

Nevada

78B

! ! 205

Sachse

Rowlett

HUNT Union Valley

Mobile City

Quinlan

264

276

ROCKWALL

Point

' ( !

!

Rockwall

34

McLendonChisholm

Heath

West Tawakoni

Hawk Cove

! 154

! 276

Emory

East Tawakoni

RAINS

Forney

34

557

Elmo CDP

80

Terrell

£

Wills Point

80

34

§ ¦ ¨

Talty

KAUFMAN Post Oak Bend City

Crandall

Kaufman

80 £

Fruitvale

£ 80

Grand Saline

Myrtle Springs CDP

£

Oak Grove Scurry

£ £

£

80

Canton

175

ELLIS

! 334

Eustace

!

31

Malakoff

' (

' (

31

164

Noonday

Moore Station

£

Coffee City

175

317

' (

31

Emerald Bay CDP

! 155

60

£ 175

Poynor

Shadybrook CDP

Berryville

Cuney

309

' ( 294

Navarro Angus

£ 287

§ ¦ ¨ 45

ANDERSON

Richland

FREESTONE

Streetman

! 155

75

£ 79

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HD 5

COLE HEFNER

REPUBLICAN - MOUNT PLEASANT Predecessor: Senator Bryan Hughes After marrying my wife, Kerri, and starting a family, I began to take notice of the moral decay of this great country. Our freedoms are being attacked from every direction. I look at the America I was raised in, compared to the America of today, and am fearful for my children's future. What will they be forced to endure? I want to be able to tell my children that I did all I could to preserve your future. President Ronald Reagan once said, "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." The time is now. We must stand for what is right and true. We must secure our freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms. We must end the brutal murders of the unborn. We must protect our rights for Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. TOP DONORS: 1. Empower Texans PAC ($41,405) 2. Texas Home School Coalition PAC ($22,500) 3. Lonnie “Bo” Pilgrim ($12,000) 4. Texas Right to Life PAC ($10,000) 5. Bill Priefert ($9,500)

HOUSE DISTRICT 5

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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PLANH358

Jacksonville

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HD 7

JAY DEAN

REPUBLICAN - LONGVIEW Predecessor: Representative David Simpson At seven years old, Jay Dean learned strong conservative values and never stopped living them. As a church altar boy with two paper routes and a lawn mowing business, Jay learned to love God, work hard, and save what you earn. When he grew up, those values led him to start a successful business here in East Texas. Jay also learned firsthand how high taxes and regulation slow growth and kill jobs. As Mayor of Longview, Jay took every step to slash bloated budgets, keep taxes low, and create good jobs. The results: Forbes named Longview one of the ‘best places for business’ in America. Jay Dean shares our East Texas conservative values – he will honor the constitution, protect our gun rights, and make sure we secure the border. Jay and his wife, Pokie, live in Longview where they raised their three girls and helped found their church, St. Matthews. TOP DONORS: 1. Texans for Lawsuit Reform ($27,500) 2. Ruben Martin III ($18,000) 3. Texas Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee ($15,000) 4. John Martin ($13,500) 5. Associated Republicans of Texas ($10,045)

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PLANH358


HD 18

ERNEST BAILES

REPUBLICAN - COLDSPRING Predecessor: Representative John Otto (ret.) For 8-year-old Ernest Bailes, starting work at 2 am on the family dairy and cattle operation was an everyday routine. Born and raised in San Jacinto County, Ernest worked seven days a week and was expected to pull his fair share. He learned to work hard, recognizing from an early age that success does not come without sustained effort. The values instilled early in his life are what continue to drive him today.

conservative policies in Texas.

After graduating from Texas A&M University with a degree in Animal Science, Ernest started his company, Repro Select; a business focused on whitetail deer genetics. Starting with little more than a computer in the corner of the old dairy barn and some second-hand equipment, Ernest built Repro Select into a highly successful business and, today, serves clients all across Texas and the south-central United States. Ernest’s dynamic and diverse background has led him to help drive and develop some of the largest

Relying on his business acumen, rural background, and conservative values, Ernest has earned the reputation of being a highly reliable policy advisor in both Austin and Washington D.C. Ernest is deeply pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment, and supports traditional marriage. As our next State Representative, Ernest will fight to cut taxes, secure our border, and protect our water and property rights. The Bailes’ family is deeply committed to strengthening our local schools. Ernest’s wife, Courtney Bailes, is a 3rd grade teacher at Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD and his mom, Susan Bailes, is a local school board member and former board president. The Bailes family strongly believes our local parents and teachers know what’s best for our kids, not bureaucrats in Austin. Ernest and Courtney have been happily married 11 years and have two sons, “Cinco” and Rigby. As a family, the Bailes’ attend First Baptist Church in Coldspring. Ernest serves on numerous boards and committees including the San Jacinto Farm Bureau, Texas Deer Association, Shepherd ISD Technology Advisory Board, the San Jacinto County Central Appraisal Board, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s East Fork & West Fork San Jacinto River Stakeholder Group. TOP DONORS: 1. Texas Deer Association PAC ($45,500) 2. Texas Farm Bureau AGFUND ($42,000) 3. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($28,432) 4. Assocaited Republicans of Texas ($25,000) 5. Texas Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee ($18,325)

HOUSE DISTRICT 18

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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PLANH358


HD 20

TERRY WILSON

REPUBLICAN - GRANITE SHOALS Predecessor: Representative Marsha Farney Colonel Terry Wilson is a lifelong conservative Republican, committed husband and father, and combat veteran. On March 1, 2016, he won the Republican Primary to represent District 20 in the Texas House of Representatives. Terry has been married to his wife, Shannon, for 21 years and together they have two sons, William (14) and Benjamin (12). They are members of First Baptist Church and he serves as an Assistant Scout Master. Terry retired from the U.S. Army after serving over 30 years, where he was a highly regarded senior leader within the Department of the Army, managing a $2.2 billion budget. Shannon has worked 14 years within State University and Public School Systems. As your next state representative, Terry will fight to protect the unborn, secure our border and put a stop to illegal immigration, eliminate ineffective education bureaucracies and compensate good, passionate and successful teachers, and lower the tax burden on families and small businesses. TOP DONORS: 1. Empower Texans PAC ($46,000) 2. Constituents Focus PAC ($12,898) 3. Texas Home School Coalition ($12,000) 4. Texans for Education Reform ($10,000) 5. Stacy Hock ($10,000)

HOUSE DISTRICT 20

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

Lorena

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HD 33

JUSTIN HOLLAND

REPUBLICAN - ROCKWALL Predecessor: Representative Scott Turner (ret.) As a dynamic city council member, Justin Holland has earned the reputation of being a bold leader for conservative values. In fact, Justin’s strong conservative record led him to being elected as Mayor Pro Tem twice. From growing our economy, to cutting wasteful government spending programs, to improving our city’s bond rating, he has fought for policies that benefit our community. With a proven record of leadership, Justin is ready to build on his past success by serving in the Texas House. A sixth generation Rockwall native, Justin grew up in a hardworking, and self-reliant family. Justin learned from an early age the value of personal responsibility and fiscal conservatism from his father, a successful businessman. Justin’s father also taught him that giving back to the community and always acting in the best interest of your customers are the keys to success–both in business and life. Guided by these lessons, he now runs the family real estate business. In 2014, Justin led the family business, Regal Realtors, to being named “Small Business Partner of the Year” by Rockwall Chamber of Commerce. And with a commitment to job creation, he grew the number of agents from 20 to nearly 40. With a strong work ethic and commitment to serving others, Justin is well prepared to use his lifelong experience in business to improve the lives of every Texan. Whether it’s supporting low taxes, reducing burdensome debt or defending unborn babies, Justin has a servant heart and is committed to putting others first. He also believes we must secure our southern border. With the wide ranging challenges and issues we face today, we can count on him to lead from the front. Justin met his wife Neely, at Texas Tech in 2005. They have been married for 7 years and have two young daughters, Wiley Beth and Emma Cullins. Justin and his family attend Lake Pointe Church and are active members. TOP DONORS: 1. Texas Association of Realtors ($78,211) 2. Constantine Antos ($28,000) 3. Texas House Leadership Fund ($22,437) 4. James Hicks ($16,000) 5. Saundra Holland ($13,060)

HOUSE DISTRICT 33 ã

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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HD 49

GINA HINOJOSA

DEMOCRAT - AUSTIN Predecessor: Representative Elliott Naishtat (ret.) A native Texan and a proud product of public schools, Gina Hinojosa arrived in Austin in 1992 to attend the University of Texas at Austin. The daughter of legal aid lawyers from Mission, Texas, Gina was steeped in social justice and activism at a young age. Her mother, Crisanta Guerra Lozano, was born in Mexico and immigrated to the United States. Gina graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Plan II Honors/Government degree. She received her law degree from George Washington Law School in 1999 and was licensed that same year. Gina’s first legal job was working for AFSCME in the Office of Legal Counsel in Washington, D.C. In Austin, Gina joined the law firm of Kator, Parks & Weiser, representing employees who had been discriminated against based on race, gender, age, and disability. In 2005 Gina worked on the prevailing legal team that sued Majority House Leader, Tom Delay, for illegal campaign contributions to Republican members of the Texas House. Gina worked part-time for Catholic Charities, Office of Immigrant Concerns; Texas Rural Legal Aid; and the Equal Justice Center where she helped to secure unpaid wages for low-wage workers. She still serves on the Equal Justice Center Board. She was elected to an at-large position on the Austin Independent School District (AISD) School Board in November 2012 and was elected Board President by her fellow trustees in January 2015. In the short time that Gina has served on the School Board, she has led successful efforts on workers’ rights, advocated and testified at the Legislature in support of increased funding for public education, partnered with the City to secure millions in additional funding for students, and secured the rights and safety of LGBTQ employees and students. Under her leadership, every AISD high school met state accountability standards for the first time, a major step forward in improving academic performance for all students. Gina lives in the Old Enfield neighborhood with her husband, John Donisi, two sons, Matteo and Pablo, and their dog, Baffi. John is an Austin attorney who served as a special assistant to Governor Ann Richards.

HOUSE DISTRICT 49

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SCOTT COSPER

REPUBLICAN - KILLEEN Predecessor: Representative Jimmie Don Aycock (ret.) Mayor Scott Cosper of Killeen has announced his candidacy for the Texas House of Representatives, District 54, to succeed retiring Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock. A Republican, Cosper has served as Killeen’s mayor since 2014 and previously served for nine years on the city council. He serves on the Foundation Board for Texas A&M University Central Texas, the Advisory Board for McLane Children’s Hospital, and holds several leadership roles in regional transportation and economic development organizations. Cosper is also secretary of the Texas Military Mayor’s Council and serves on the Fort Hood Second Runway and Airfield Capabilities Expansion Task Force. Cosper expressed gratefulness for Rep. Aycock’s years of service. “During my time as Mayor, Rep. Aycock has been a trusted friend and partner in the Texas House. He will no doubt continue to be a pillar of the community and I wish him and Marie well in their next chapter of life.” “With growing cities, charming villages, rolling ranchlands, and a major military installation, District 54’s next representative needs the same deep knowledge of our area’s unique needs. My background of local service, business leadership, and conservative values have prepared me to be an effective advocate for Bell and Lampasas counties in the Texas House,” said Cosper. A small businessman, Cosper is owner of Cosper Custom Homes and Construction and president of a local real estate development business. His term as Mayor concludes in May. Scott is married to, Christy, a public school teacher, for 12 years. The Cospers have two daughters and are members at First Baptist Church of Killeen, where Scott has served on the building and stewardship committees. TOP DONORS: 1. Texas Medical Association PAC ($60,735) 2. Diane Connell ($10,000) 3. TEX PAC ($10,000) 4. Texas Parent PAC ($8,246) 5. Eula Beck ($5,000)

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HD 55

HUGH SHINE

REPUBLICAN - TEMPLE Predecessor: Representative Molly White Hugh Shine was born in Houston and grew up in Navasota, Texas, on his family’s farm in the community of Lynn Grove. He attended Sam Houston State University on a US Army ROTC scholarship, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. Upon completing his officer basic training at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, he was selected and graduated from the U.S. Army Aviation School in Ft. Rucker, Alabama, becoming a rotary-wing aviator. Shine served an overseas tour in South Korea and returned to Texas serving at Ft. Hood to complete six years of active duty before joining the Texas Army National. Shine completed 30 years of military service, received a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies from the US Army War College, was a Master Army Aviator and retired at the rank of Colonel after commanding the 49th Armored Division’s Aviation Brigade. Shortly after leaving active duty Shine began his 33 year financial services career in Temple and continues to serve clients in Central Texas as a financial advisor and branch manager. Shine’s first experience in public office occurred when he was elected to the Temple City Commission where he served as Mayor-Pro Tem. Upon leaving public office in 1991, Shine continued building his financial services career, completed a Masters in Business Administration at Baylor University and a graduate certificate from the Executive Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and continued his career in the Texas Army National Guard. Shine has continued his public service over the past 20 years serving the Temple community in different capacities as a board member and chairman of municipal boards, commissions and the Temple Chamber of Commerce. TOP DONORS: 1. Drayton McLane, Jr. ($20,000) 2. David K. Leigh ($11,000) 3. Jack Hilliard ($10,000) 4. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($5,000) 5. MAC-PAC-USA ($5,000) HOUSE DISTRICT 55 ã ã !

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HD 60

MIKE LANG

REPUBLICAN - GRANBURY Predecessor: Representative Jim Keffer (ret.) Mike Lang has served his community for over 30 years. After much prayer and consideration with his family, he has decided to continue his service to his neighbors and run to be the State Representative for HD 60. Mike was raised in Sterling, Illinois, in a small farming town. He understands the value of hard work. During his senior year of high school, Mike’s family relocated to Plano, Texas, where he graduated from Plano Senior High School. He decided that he loved Texas so much that he chose to stay and attended Texas Christian University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. Mike currently resides in Granbury with his loving wife, Katie. They are active members at Stonewater Church. They have one son, Ryan, who lives and works in Fort Worth as a successful finance manager. The Lang’s have dedicated themselves to their community by serving in public office. Mike served as a law enforcement officer for 30 years and was elected in 2013 to be the Constable for Hood County. He won the primary election without a run-off, which entailed a three-person race, and he was unopposed in the general election. Katie also ran for an elected position and currently holds public office as Hood County’s County Clerk. With his extensive service as a law enforcement officer and as a Constable, Mike understands that to be an effective leader you must be a servant of the people. During his service in law enforcement, Mike earned numerous awards including the Congressman’s Medal of Valor and the Purple Heart National Law Enforcement Citation. Mike has led a respected and distinguished career, but his commitment to better the lives of Texans is far from over. Mike became frustrated in watching as our freedoms and liberties were slowly being stripped away. He was tired of having a representative who neglects the needs of his district for the wants of special interest groups. So in 2012, Mike decided to join the Hood County Republican Party and the Hood County Tea Party in order to become more involved with local politics. Mike has become a large part of the conservative movement in Hood County and has raised awareness of the problems that our State is facing due to the lack of leadership in Austin. TOP DONORS:

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HOUSE DISTRICT 60

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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HD 64

LYNN STUCKY

REPUBLICAN - DENTON Predecessor: Representative Myra Crownover (ret.) A native of rural Kansas, Dr. Lynn Stucky was raised on a farm with his five siblings. When he was just 11-years old, his father passed away, forcing Lynn and his older brother to farm grain, raise livestock and quickly learn about survival and economics to support their family. In spite of the challenges the Stucky family faced, Lynn's mother was adamant that all six of her children go to college. This led Lynn to Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1979, followed by his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. In 1986, he bought into veterinary practices in both Denton and Sanger, and in 1997, he opened the Animal Hospital on Milam Road where he still practices today. Over the course of his 32 years as a veterinarian in Denton County, Lynn has cared for the animals of over 9,000 of his friends and neighbors. He is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, a lifetime member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, a former member of the Denton County Animal Advisory Board and the Bayer Animal Health International Advisory Board, and he is a long-time veterinary volunteer for PRCA rodeo events. In addition to his work in the veterinary profession, Lynn has distinguished himself as a public servant and a community leader. He served for 15 years on the Sanger ISD Board of Trustees, including 4 years as president. Lynn has also served in a variety of other capacities. He is a graduate of Leadership Denton, served on the Board of Directors of the Sanger Chamber of Commerce for six years, is a long-time member of the Denton Chamber of Commerce, and since 2002 has served on the Board of Directors of the Kanakuk Institute. Lynn and his wife, Lori, a former teacher and coach in Denton ISD, have been married for 28 years. They are the proud parents of three grown children, all of whom graduated from Denton County public schools. Evan, 25, is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and recently celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary to Courtney. Lyndi, 23, is a graduate of Kansas State University, and Malori, 21, is in her senior year at Kansas State University. The Stucky Family are members of the Denton Bible Church. TOP DONORS: 1. Veterinary Political Action Comm ($21,500) 2. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($1,461) 3. Texas Association of Realtors PAC ($16,950) 4. Texas Farm Bureau ($15,000) 5. Charles Butt ($15,000)

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Texas Legislature

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HD 71

STAN LAMBERT

REPUBLICAN - ABILENE Predecessor: Representative Susan King Stan Lambert was born and raised in Abilene. Upon graduating from Abilene Christian University in 1975, Stan began a long career in local banking. After some time away from Abilene, Stan came back home where he became the athletic director at Abilene Christian University where he made sure all of his student athletes received a great education. "A career in banking has taught me several valuable lessons in how to run an organization and also government. Economies are at their best when governments live within their means. I know balancing the budget and lowering taxes fosters a better business climate for everyone to invest in education and small business so we create jobs and an overall better economy so our community can prosper. That’s what I will fight for as your representative."

 Stan and his wife of 36 years, Debbie, are members of University Church of Christ. He and Debbie have two sons, Wes, 34, and Jay, who is 33. The Lamberts are very excited to introduce their first grandbaby, Elizabeth Grace, who was born this past November. TOP DONORS: 1. Texans for Lawsuit Reform ($25,000) 2. Associated Republicans of Texas ($10,000) 3. Bharat (Mr. & Mrs.) Bhakta ($5,000) 4. Richard Weekly ($5,000) 5. Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC ($5,000)

HOUSE DISTRICT 71

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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HD 73

KYLE BIEDERMANN

REPUBLICAN - FREDERICKSBURG Predecessor: Representative Doug Miller I have been blessed to live in Texas for the past 30 years and I have been working as hard as I can to provide for my family and my community at Biedermann’s Ace Hardware in Fredericksburg. As a small business owner I know what it means to keep up with a payroll, take care of customers and to make ends meet and I will not be swayed by the power brokers and the unethical influences in Austin. As a Christian and a conservative Republican, I am entering the race for State Representative in the great district covering Gillespie, Comal and Kendall counties. We need a conservative and dutiful citizen legislator to protect us, not a career politician. My campaign will be grassroots, positive and focused solely on the issues that affect the hardworking people and seniors in this district like rising property taxes, water conservation, the second amendment, unfunded state mandates on our schools, over regulation and higher taxes on our businesses and our God given private property rights. At the federal level, and in Texas, I have watched our already bloated government continue to overtax, over spend and rip away our God given freedoms. We need real conservative leadership in our capitol and this is exactly why I am making this sacrifice to run. As more and more folks move to Texas, and as this district grows, we need to be vigilant in protecting life, the constitution, our economy and our very way of life. We must act now to keep Texas free and prosperous. While there are no simple or easy answers, together we can accomplish great things. I will be heading door to door to meet as many of my fellow Texans as possible and looking forward to seeing yall around town! TOP DONORS: 1. Empower Texans PAC ($43,542) 2. Texas Home School Coalition PAC ($17,000) 3. Texas Right To Life PAC ($15,000) 4. Ron Urbanczyk ($10,000) 5. Jason Underwood ($7,000)

HOUSE DISTRICT 73

Texas Legislature

Texas Legislative Council

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Johnson City

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HD 77

LINA ORTEGA

DEMOCRAT - EL PASO Predecessor: Representative Marisa Márquez (ret.) Lina Ortega is a lifelong resident of Texas State District 77. She was one of seven children born to Maria and Victor Ortega in central El Paso. She attended St. Patrick’s Elementary School, El Paso High School, and UTEP, before earning her B.A. with honors in Government and Economics and her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She commenced her legal career as a Texas Assistant Attorney General in the Law Enforcement Division and then became an Assistant Federal Public Defender in El Paso. After several years of public service, she joined an El Paso law firm and began 30 years of private practice. She has dedicated her career to helping people from all walks of life. Lina is known as a fighter and recognized as one of the best lawyers in America. It’s a reputation she earned early in her career fighting for El Paso families in the Court of Inquiry, where she and other respected El Paso attorneys laid out the evidence for all to see, showing beyond a shadow of a doubt, how state funding discriminated against El Paso and border communities. It was a game changer that led to increased funding in our community. Texans depend on the state to provide vital services and infrastructure, for example, our schools, our universities, our roads, and our health care. The future and the economy of El Paso depend on appropriate levels of funding. Lina believes our families are worth the fight, and if it means taking on the system, she’s not afraid to do it. A mother and grandmother, Lina Ortega has fought for clean air for our children as a member of the Mayor’s Environmental Task Force and for affordable housing as a member of the El Paso Housing Finance Corporation. And when others betrayed the public's trust, Lina was appointed to the El Paso County Ethics Commission which has created a county code of ethics that has increased transparency and will hold those accountable that violate it. TOP DONORS: 1. Annie’s List ($28,000) 2. Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ($10,000) 3. Texas State Teachers Association – PAC ($9,035) 4. Woody L. Hunt ($2,500) 5. James Scherr ($2,500)

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VICTORIA NEAVE

DEMOCRAT - DALLAS Predecessor: Representative Kenneth Sheets Attorney Victoria Neave was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and comes from a working class family. Victoria obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Politics from the University of Texas at Dallas. While at UT Dallas, Victoria was elected to serve as Vice President of the Student Government Association and represented 14,000 students. As SGA VP, Victoria advocated for students and served on various committees with faculty and university administrators.

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Victoria attended law school at Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas. During this time, Victoria served as Chief Justice of the Board of Advocates. Victoria organized and helped lead a week-long, on-campus hunger strike calling for comprehensive immigration reform. Victoria helped establish a mentoring program at Jack Yates High School in the Third Ward. Victoria worked as an Attorney in the Complex Commercial Litigation group of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP. While at Weil, Victoria worked on multi-billion dollar complex business disputes in both state and federal courts throughout the country. Victoria worked on antitrust litigation, securities litigation, bankruptcy-related, and other commercial litigation. Victoria also served as an intern for Texas State Representative Rafael Anchia in House District 103 where she interacted with constituents and community leaders. Currently, Victoria owns her own law practice and represents individuals and business clients primarily in civil litigation, such as breach of contract, fraud, negligence, and employment law. TOP DONORS: 1. LAWRH, PLLC ($24,507) 2. Ben Abbott & Associates , PLLC ($14,876) 3. Amy Witherite ($11,442) 4. Jorge Baldor ($10,000) 5. Domingo Garcia ($10,000)

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DIANA ARÉVALO

DEMOCRAT - SAN ANTONIO Predecessor: Representative Trey Martinez Fischer As a child, I grew up in the Jefferson/Monticello neighborhood. Through the years, my experience grew to gaining internships and fellowships at the White House in the Executive Office of the President (Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs), U.S. Department of Education in the Office of the Under Secretary for the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, the U.S. Department of Education in the Office of the Secretary in the White House Liaison Office, U.S. Senate for the Office of Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Texas Legislature, and San Antonio City Council. Most recently, I had the honor of serving as the Co-Chair of the 2016 Texas Democratic Convention Host Committee alongside Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, elected Secretary for the Bexar County Democratic Party, and served on the Texas Democratic Executive Committee for Senate District 26. I worked as the Political Director for the Bexar County Democratic Party-2014 Coordinated Campaign and as the Primary Director for the Bexar County Democratic Party- 2014 Primary. Before returning home, my political experience included working in the Crowd Logistics Department for the 57th Presidential Inaugural Committee in Washington, D.C., and working in the Operations Department for the 2012 Democratic National Convention Committee managing a $1,000,000.00 marketing budget for the convention in Charlotte, N.C. Aside from politics, my professional background includes working for Fortune 500 companies, including Live Nation-Ticketmaster and USAA, and non-profit organizations, such as Avenida Guadalupe Association and the Neighborhood Resource Center. Today, I work as the Executive Director of the Network for Young Artists, an after-school affordable music education program that provides classes to children (ages 4-20 years old) in the Deco District and Haven for Hope. Today, I serve as the Co-Chair of the Bexar County Democratic Party 2016 Coordinated Campaign alongside State Representative-Elect Barbara Gervin-Hawkins. TOP DONORS: 1. Rick Rodriguez ($6,000) 2. Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ($2,500) 3. Margaret Arevalo ($1,500) 4. John Arevalo ($1,500) 5. Rick Rodriguez ($1,500)

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DEMOCRAT - SAN ANTONIO Predecessor: Representative Rick Galindo Philip Cortez grew up on McNarney Street in the Palo Alto neighborhood of San Antonio, where his parents instilled in him love for education, a sense of duty to his country, and a determination to improve his community. Philip graduated from Central Catholic High School and earned his associate’s degree from Palo Alto Community College in 2000 before continuing to a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2002. He later earned a master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2007, and is currently studying for a PhD in Educational Administration at the University of Texas at Austin. Philip has previously served as a Community Resource Advocate for the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center, as a member of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, and as a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Philip currently serves as a board member on the USO-San Antonio board of advisors. Philip was recently honored by Palo Alto College as a distinguished alumni. In 2007, Philip was elected to the San Antonio City Council representing District 4 where he served until 2011. As Councilman, he focused on the development of District 4 neighborhoods and on improvement projects citywide. Mayor Julian Castro selected Philip to serve as chairman of the Audit, Infrastructure and Growth Committees, President of the San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corporation, and as a member of the Governance Committee. Philip was elected to serve as State Representative for District 117 in 2012. Philip was elected by his Senate and House colleagues to serve as the Chair of the Texas Veterans’ Caucus, and was selected to serve as Deputy Whip for the House Democratic Caucus. He served on the House Committee on Public Health and the House Committee on Homeland Security & Public Safety. Since 1999, Philip proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force. He served for seven years as an enlisted airman with the 433rd Airlift Wing at Lackland Air Force Base, eventually rising to Staff Sergeant. In 2006, Philip was commissioned a Second Lieutenant. He continues his duty to his country as a Captain in the Air Force Reserve. TOP DONORS: 1. Deputy Sheriff’s Association of Bexar County Political Action Committee ($14,543) 2. CWA COPE PCC ($10,000) 3. IBEW PAC Voluntary Fund ($5,000) HOUSE 4. Texas State Teachers Association – PAC ($5,000) DISTRICT 117 5. Michael Battista ($4,590) Texas Legislature

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DEMOCRAT - SAN ANTONIO Predecessor: Representative Joe Farias (ret.) I’m excited to announce my candidacy for State Representative, District 118. As a small business owner, and community leader, I will serve the constituents of District 118 by focusing on key issues such as education, senior citizen issues, veteran affairs, job creation, road infrastructure, and water. I have the experience needed to address the needs of District 118, San Antonio, Bexar County, and the great State of Texas. l have the expertise needed to create legislation that protects our citizens, our children, our economy, our environment, and also keeps our taxes under control. As a resident of District 118, I know the needs of our district. Being married to an educator and having raised six children in the district, I know the challenges facing our children and schools. As part of the Uresti Family, I have dedicated myself to serving the Citizens of District 118. I have served as a volunteer, as a coach and mentor for children, and has also served on different boards and committees. I am proud to have the chance in working side by side with my brother State Senator Carlos Uresti, who served the citizens of District 118 as their State Representative. Serving our citizens to the best of my ability is something I promise to always do. TOP DONORS: 1. State Senator Carlos I. Uresti Campaign 2. State Senator Carlos I. Uresti Campaign 3. Albert Uresti for Tax Assessor-Collector 4. TEXPAC – Statewide Texas Medical Assn. PAC 5. CWA PAC

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DEMOCRAT - SAN ANTONIO Predecessor: Representative Ruth Jones McClendon (ret.) Barbara Gervin-Hawkins was born April 3 1954. The daughter of a single mother, Barbara grew up with her five siblings in Detroit, Michigan. After graduating from Eastern Michigan University in 1975 with a degree in accounting, Barbara began working at Ford Motor Co. When her brother, NBA Hall of Famer George “The Iceman” Gervin, moved to San Antonio, Texas to play for the Spurs, Barbara moved with him to the Alamo City to work as his personal accountant. After he retired, Barbara and George founded the George Gervin Youth Center Inc. in 1991, a program that initially focused on providing workforce development services to underprivileged youth. The program became so successful that soon after they added a charter school that currently boasts a 100% graduation rate for over 1,000 at-risk students and employs over 200 San Antonians. For the past three decades, Barbara has proven to be a strong community leader in many ways. A former board member of the San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce, Barbara has also served on the zoning commission for District 2 and on many other boards in various capacities. Through innovative thinking and her ability to collaborate with others to get things done, Barbara has brought in over $180 million dollars in revenue for the City of San Antonio and spearheaded the building of over $50 million dollars in real estate projects and affordable housing units in District 120. Her efforts led Barbara to be inducted to the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame. Barbara is a member of Mount Zion First Baptist Church, currently resides in the East Side and works as Superintendent of the George Gervin Academy and Executive Director of the George Gervin Youth Center. TOP DONORS: 1. Keith Stone ($35,000) 2. Texas Charter Schools NOW PAC ($5,000) 3. Annie’s List ($5,000) 4. Rex W. Gore ($4,000) 5. Associated General Contractors of Texas PAC ($3,000)

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HD 126

KEVIN ROBERTS

REPUBLICAN - HOUSTON Predecessor: Representative Patricia Harless (ret.) Kevin Roberts believes in a common sense, practical approach to problem solving while upholding strong, conservative fiscal and social principles. He proudly supports pro-business, pro-family, and pro-life ideas. Kevin, a fourth generation Texan, was raised by his grandparents in Amarillo. From them he learned the importance of loyalty, commitment, and hard work. As a 14-year-old, he got his first job delivering prescriptions for a local retail drugstore. Paying his own way through Texas Tech University, he became the first college graduate in his family. Kevin has spent the majority of his career in executive management and leadership roles. Kevin excels in growing small, local businesses into nationwide enterprises. Through his ability to make tough decisions, he keeps businesses financially stable while fostering their rapid growth. Since 2002, he has worked as Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of The Lanier Law Firm, where he guided the expansion of the firm into Los Angeles and New York. Kevin and his wife, Hollie, have been married for 26 years and have two sons, Josh and Will. Since moving to Houston, they have been active members of Champion Forest Baptist Church, where Kevin serves as a deacon. He also currently works with CFBC pastors and committee leaders to recommend church members for leadership roles. In the past he served as Chairman of the Personnel Committee and taught in the student ministry for many years. Kevin also serves on the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce’s Public Policy Council, Grow Northwest Committee, the Economic Development Council, the Klein ISD Career and Technical Education Advisory Council, the Board of Directors for the D. Bradley McWilliams YMCA at Cypress Creek, and a member of the Houston Realty Business Coalition. He previously served on the Northland Christian School Board of Trustees and founded Northland’s nationally recognized debate team. As a volunteer head coach, Kevin taught in the classroom without pay multiple times each week for ten years. Under his leadership, the team won numerous awards, including a state and national championship. He models self-sacrifice and commitment to results for each project he endeavors. TOP DONORS: 1. The Lanier Law Firm PC ($35,325) 2. Texans for Family Values PAC ($25,000) 3. Paul Danziger ($25,000) 4. Rod De Llano ($25,000) 5. Eddie Martin ($25,000) HOUSE DISTRICT 126

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HD 128

BRISCOE CAIN

REPUBLICAN - DEER PARK Predecessor: Representative Wayne Smith Briscoe Cain is a proven conservative leader with strong moral convictions always ready to defend Texas and our values from the constant onslaught by progressives against our faith, family, and freedoms. A lifelong resident of Harris County, Briscoe’s Texas roots run deeper than most. Named Briscoe in honor of a family surname Briscoe, his lineal ancestor, Andrew Briscoe fought in the Texan Army and was a signor of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Briscoe grew up in a working-class home in Deer Park, and worked his way through college and graduate school where he earned a bachelors from the University of Houston-Downtown and a doctorate of jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law. Briscoe has been a conservative leader since college where he founded the Republican club at UH-D, later founded the first pro-life law student organization in Texas, and was the President of the South Texas chapter of the Federalist Society. A Christian with a record of defending the unborn, religious liberty and traditional marriage, Briscoe served as legal counsel for several individuals in cases representing these values. In addition to his First Amendment advocacy in the courts, Briscoe has advised and worked on legislation for several traditional values groups. Notably, Briscoe worked with Rep. Dwayne Bohac on the Merry Christmas Bill and helped to draft HB 1901 with Rep. Matt Krause, a bill that gives due process rights to the unborn. Briscoe puts his Pro-Life beliefs into action by serving as an attorney for several pro-life organizations. Recently, Briscoe’s advocacy made headline news when he released invoices exposing four Texas Medical Schools for using tax dollars to purchase aborted fetal tissue. At just 31 years of age, Briscoe serves as InHouse Counsel for Students for Life of America; Texas Legal Counsel for Operation Rescue; General Counsel for Save the Storks; and Board Member of Right to Life Advocates, Inc. Briscoe also serves the State of Texas as First Lieutenant in the Texas State Guard. A loving husband and proud of father of three, Briscoe and his wife Bergundi are residents of Deer Park. The Cain family attends Greater Harvest Community Church. TOP DONORS: 1. Empower Texans PAC ($28,787) 2. Texas Home School Coalition PAC ($24,500) 3. Constituents Focus PAC ($20,838) 4. David Mayes Middleton II ($15,737) 5. EmTX PAC ($10,000)

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TOM OLIVERSON

REPUBLICAN - HOUSTON Predecessor: Representative Allen Fletcher (ret.) Dr. Tom Oliverson is a practicing anesthesiologist and a partner in US Anesthesia Partners, the largest anesthesiology group in Texas with over 1,100 anesthesia providers. A tireless advocate for patients and their safety, Dr. Oliverson is recognized as an expert in office-based anesthesia and consults with doctors and dentists throughout the state in order to make office surgery safer for patients. In recognition of his efforts to fight for conservative values, Dr. Oliverson and his wife were appointed to Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s Inaugural Committee. In addition to his medical success, Dr. Oliverson is active in organized medicine through the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists. In 2013, Dr. Oliverson designed SB 978 and worked with legislators in Austin to pass it, meaning that patients would finally be protected from a dangerous loophole in Texas Medical Board regulation of physicians performing anesthesia in office-based settings. An unapologetic defender of life and a small government conservative, Dr. Oliverson staunchly opposes abortion and advocates for free markets and limited government regulations. He is also active in many 2nd Amendment organizations, such as the National Rifle Association and Texas State Rifle Association. As a successful small business owner, Dr. Oliverson understands that small businesses are the engines of our economy, and this business experience taught him that American prosperity is best served through small business ownership and a spirit of volunteerism. In his own life, Dr. Oliverson models this spirit of volunteerism by working with and supporting many community and charitable organizations such as Boy Scouts of America (Dr. Oliverson is an Eagle Scout), Family Life Ministries, and many more. A grateful Christian, Dr. Oliverson accepted Christ as his Lord in February of 1990, and since that time, has walked many hills and valleys with his Lord. He has been a choir member, children’s Sunday school teacher, a lay youth leader, a youth Sunday school teacher, a small group/bible study leader, and more recently, an adult Sunday school teacher. Dr. Oliverson and his wife Jennifer, a certified teacher, are active members of Jersey Village Baptist Church and live in Cypress where they raise and home school their three children. TOP DONORS: 1. U.S. Anesthesia Partners of Texas PAC ($37,500) 2. Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee ($25,000) 3. Texas Society of Anesthesiologists Political Action Committee ($25,000) 4. North Cypress Medical Center Operating Company LTD ($15,000) 5. American Society of Anesthesiologists PAC ($10,000) ã 1736

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HD 139

JARVIS JOHNSON

DEMOCRAT - HOUSTON Predecessor: Mayor Sylvester Turner (ret.) Jarvis Johnson is an entrepreneur, consultant and developer, motivational speaker, strategist, community organizer, trainer, and speaks about new opportunities and ideas centered on empowerment and change. For over 25 years he has worked to create harmony and self-sufficiency through community involvement, neighborhood organizations and business development. Mr. Johnson is Owner of Aunt Bea’s Restaurant, a historic eatery in Houston’s North side and President of Commagere International Consultant Group; which coordinates trade missions to African countries, with the most recent trip being Ghana with two more planned for Sudan and Kenya in late 2013. He has extensive knowledge of African trade and investment opportunities and has provided educational and job opportunities for several African countries. Through histravels he has assisted with community projects to empower and have a lasting impact on countless African families and communities. Also Mr. Johnson is co-owner of two daycares in Houston. Previously, as a Houston City Council Member, Johnson embraced “Leading by Example” as his signature motto to help motivate communities and business opportunities both local and internationally. Mr. Jarvis Johnson resides in Houston, Texas where he lives with his wife, Charlene Ward-Johnson and their two beautiful children, Nalyah and Jarvis II. TOP DONORS: 1. Houston Firefighters PAC ($3,000) 2. Hilco PAC ($2,500) 3. Communications Workers of America-cope Political Contributions Committee ($2,000) 4. John Whitmire ($2,000) 5. Texas Trial Lawyers Association PAC ($2,000)

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HD 144

MARY ANN PEREZ

DEMOCRAT - DALLAS Predecessor: Representative Gilbert Peña Mary Ann Perez is a mom, small business owner, and the current Board Chair of Houston Community College. After graduating from Milby High School, Mary Ann worked her way through college, earning a degree in Business Administration. She went on to build a successful insurance agency located on the Gulf Freeway. While busy with her career, she was never too busy for her two sons or her neighborhood. She was an active Little League and school volunteer, and served as President of the Meadow Creek Civic Association. Since being elected to the Houston Community College Board of Trustees in 2009, Mary Ann has worked to move HCC and our community forward by partnering with area employers to ensure the programs reflect the needs of today's workforce. She worked with area schools and community groups to develop programs to keep children in school and continuing their education. As an HCC trustee, she has held an annual job fair at the Southeast campus in conjunction with Metro and local elected officials as well as worked with HEB to provide free flu shots for the Community. Mary Ann has seen firsthand the repercussions of the Legislature's budget cuts and will fight hard to ensure that all the residents of District 144 have the opportunity to raise a family in communities with good schools, safe neighborhoods and a strong economy TOP DONORS: 1. Farmers Employee and Agent PAC of Texas ($10,000) 2. Rise’ Montrell ($5,000) 3. Texas State Teachers Assc PAC ($5,000) 4. Austin Fire Fighters PAC ($3,500) 5. Mike Gonzales ($3,000)

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HD 146

SHAWN THIERRY

DEMOCRAT - HOUSTON Predecessor: Senator Borris Miles Democratic Nominee For State Representative, Shawn Thierry, was elected in a special election in August 2016 to represent House District 146 in the Texas House of Representatives. District 146 is a unique district that covers numerous communities in the Southeast and Southwest parts of greater Houston. Ms. Thierry is a native Houstonian as well as a life-long resident of House District 146. Shawn spent her early childhood in the South Park community and is the proud product of the public education system. Her family subsequently relocated to the Fondren Southwest neighborhood (also in HD146) where she attended Welch Middle School and then graduated from Westbury Senior High School. Shawn was admitted to Howard University in Washington DC. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Management and a minor in Business Administration. She went on to receive her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the renowned Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in 1996. Ms. Thierry has practiced law at the prestigious law firms of Jackson Walker, LLP and Wickliff & Hall, PC. Ms. Thierry is presently the proud solo practitioner of her own law firm, Law Offices of Shawn Thierry. Shawn takes pride in her upbringing and comes from a very close-knit and hardworking family. She currently resides in the Northfield community of HD 146 with her daughter, Klaire Bijou. She enjoys cooking, reading, and most of all, giving encouragement to others who need a helping hand. Ms. Thierry deeply believes in giving back to her community and has volunteered and served on the boards of various professional, civic and charitable organizations. Shawn has been a member of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church for thirty-five years. From representing the rights of injured victims, employees, children and families needing legal recourse, Ms. Thierry is a strong advocate for protecting the interests of the underserved. Ms. Thierry possess a stellar body of professional and community work and is known for her sharp negotiating skills. Shawn also cites her personal life motto from the works of Erma Bombeck and quotes: "When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and I could say, " I used everything that you gave me." Attorney Thierry looks forward to shaping good public policy on behalf of her constituents and being a formidable legislator in the great state of Texas. TOP DONORS: 1. Amber Mostyn ($750) 2. Raynette McCree ($100) 3. Charles Ingram ($100) 4. Sylvia Pitre ($50) 5. Patricia Frazier ($50)

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REPUBLICAN - SPRING Predecessor: Representative Debbie Riddle A sixth-generation Texan and mother of 4, Valoree has strong Texas family roots. So important is family to Valoree, that after years of homeschooling and sports with her kids, she and her husband, Vern, adopted two teenage girls from CPS. Prior to raising children, Valoree worked in commercial real estate, after getting her Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University. Valoree’s oldest daughter is a former criminal prosecutor, and her son is a petroleum engineer. Devout Christians, Valoree and Vern have been members of WoodsEdge Community Church for 11 years, where they have served in various ministries. Valoree has been involved in the community for years as a children’s Bible study and Sunday school leader, a children’s sports team representative and referee, serving the elderly, and serving on various boards. Valoree was politically involved at an early age. She has volunteered during every election cycle in innumerable campaigns and capacities over the years. The Republican Party of Texas recognized Valoree for her tremendous volunteer work by awarding her the 2015 Volunteer of the Year for the entire Senate District 7. She served as State Republican Executive Committeewoman for Senate District 7 from 2006-2014, as Precinct Chair 22 years, and was appointed to many committees. As a prominent member of Texas Tea Party Republican Women, Valoree served as officer, bylaws committee chairman, and parliamentarian. Valoree has been a delegate to GOP State Conventions since 1984 and to National Conventions twice. She serves on the board of Conservative Coalition of Harris County (CCHC) and is founder of Bluesheet, which vets and distributes recommendations on Republican Primary candidates. She has been involved in Concerned Women for America (CWA) for many years. As the daughter of an entrepreneur and small businessman, Valoree learned hard work and family business early. She understands how government affects small business and wants to cut red tape and taxes. Valoree will also fight to eliminate the business margins tax. She will protect your hard-earned tax dollars by working to cut government waste and handouts to illegals. Valoree comes from generations of military veterans and is a strong supporter of the military and border security. Valoree’s degree in real estate and experience as a former Real Estate Broker will help her write effective legislation to protect your property rights and values. TOP DONORS: 1. Empower Texans PAC ($62,625) 2. Holloway Frost & Kathaleen Wall ($56,216) 3. Constituents Focus PAC ($31, 127) 4. Farris & JoAnn Wilks ($25,000) 5. Texas Right to Life PAC ($11,625) HOUSE DISTRICT 150

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