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2004 United States House of Representatives elections in Texas

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Comparison of U.S. House election results for Texas in 2002 and 2004 after the creation of new boundaries for congressional districts following mid-term redistricting in 2003. Blue denotes a Democratic hold, dark red denotes a Republican hold, and light red denotes a Republican pickup.
Comparison of U.S. House election results for Texas in 2002 and 2004 after the creation of new boundaries for congressional districts following mid-term redistricting in 2003. Blue denotes a Democratic hold, dark red denotes a Republican hold, and light red denotes a Republican pickup.

The 2004 United States House of Representatives elections in Texas occurred on November 2, 2004, to elect the members of the state of Texas's delegation to the United States House of Representatives. Texas had thirty-two seats in the House, apportioned according to the 2000 United States Census.

These elections occurred simultaneously with the United States Senate elections of 2004, the United States House elections in other states, and various state and local elections.

Republicans gained five of Texas's House seats due to a midterm redistricting in 2003. However some of the districts created following this election would later be changed. The Twenty-third district would be declared an unconstitutional racially gerrymandered district by the Supreme Court in League of United Latin American Citizens v. Perry in 2006. Thus it and neighboring districts would be redrawn.


2004 United States House of Representatives elections in Texas[1]
Party Votes Percentage Seats before Seats after +/–
Republican 4,012,534 57.66% 15 21 +6
Democratic 2,713,968 39% 17 11 -6
Libertarian 180,389 2.59% 0 0 0
Independent 51,712 0.74% 0 0 0
Valid votes - -%
Invalid or blank votes - -%
Totals 6,958,603 100.00% 32 32
Voter turnout %


District Incumbent Party Elected Status Opponent
Texas 1 Max Sandlin Democratic 1996 Defeated Louie Gohmert (R) 61.5%
Max Sandlin (D) 37.7%
Dean L. Tucker (L) 0.8%
Texas 2 Jim Turner Democratic 1996 Retired, Republican gain Ted Poe (R) 55.5%
Nick Lampson (D) 42.9%
Sandi Saulsbury (L) 1.6%
Texas 3 Sam Johnson Republican 1991 Re-elected Sam Johnson (R) 85.6%
Paul Jenkins (I) 8.1%
James Vessels (L) 6.3%
Texas 4 Ralph Hall Republican 1980 Re-elected Ralph Hall (R) 68.2%
Jim Nickerson (D) 30.4%
Kevin D. Anderson (L) 1.3%
Texas 5 Jeb Hensarling Republican 2002 Re-elected Jeb Hensarling (R) 64.5%
Bill Bernstein (D) 32.9%
John Gonzalez (L) 2.6%
Texas 6 Joe Barton Republican 1984 Re-elected Joe Barton (R) 66.0%
Morris Meyer (D) 32.7%
Stephen J. Schrader (L) 1.3%
Texas 7 John Culberson Republican 2000 Re-elected John Culberson (R) 64.1%
John Martinez (D) 33.3%
Paul Staton (I) 1.4%
Drew P. Parks (L) 1.2%
Texas 8 Kevin Brady Republican 1996 Re-elected Kevin Brady (R) 68.9%
James Wright (D) 29.7%
Paul Hansen (L) 1.4%
Texas 9 Nick Lampson Democratic 1996 Ran in 2nd district Al Green (D) 72.2%
Arlette Molina (R) 26.6%
Stacey Lynn Bourland (L) 1.2%
Texas 10 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 1994 Elected in 25th district Michael McCaul (R) 78.6%
Robert William Fritsche (L) 15.4%
Lorenzo Sadun (Write-in) 6.0%
Texas 11 Chet Edwards Democratic 1990 Elected in 17th district Mike Conaway (R) 76.8%
Wayne Raasch (D) 21.8%
Jeffrey C. Blunt (L) 1.4%
Texas 12 Kay Granger Republican 1996 Re-elected Kay Granger (R) 72.3%
Felix Alvarado (D) 27.7%
Texas 13 Mac Thornberry Republican 1994 Re-elected Mac Thornberry 92.3%
Marion Smith (L) 7.7%
Texas 14 Ron Paul Republican 1996 Re-elected Ron Paul (R) unopposed
Texas 15 Ruben Hinojosa Democratic 1996 Re-elected Ruben Hinojosa (D) 57.8%
Michael Thamm (R) 40.8%
William R. Cady (L) 1.4%
Texas 16 Silvestre Reyes Democratic 1996 Re-elected Silvestre Reyes (D) 67.5%
David Bringham (R) 31.1%
Brad Clardy (L) 1.4%
Texas 17 Charles Stenholm Democratic 1978 Ran in 19th district Chet Edwards (D) 51.2%
Arlene Wohlgemuth (R) 47.4%
Clyde Garland (L) 1.4%
Texas 18 Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic 1994 Re-elected Sheila Jackson Lee (D) 88.9%
Thomas Bazan (I) 6.4%
Brent Sullivan (L) 4.7%
Texas 19 Randy Neugebauer Republican 2002 Re-elected Randy Neugebauer (R) 58.4%
Charles Stenholm (D) 40.1%
Richard Peterson (L) 1.5%
Texas 20 Charlie Gonzalez Democratic 1998 Re-elected Charlie Gonzalez (D) 65.5%
Roger Scott (R) 32.0%
Jessie Bouley (L) 1.4%
Michael Idrogo (I) 1.1%
Texas 21 Lamar S. Smith Republican 1986 Re-elected Lamar S. Smith (R) 61.5%
Rhett Smith (D) 35.5%
Jason Pratt (L) 3.0%
Texas 22 Tom DeLay Republican 1984 Re-elected Tom DeLay (R) 55.2%
Richard Morrison (D) 41.1%
Michael Fjetland (I) 1.9%
Thomas Morrison (L) 1.8%
Texas 23 Henry Bonilla Republican 1992 Re-elected Henry Bonilla (R) 69.3%
Joe Sullivan (D) 29.4%
Nazirite R. Flores Perez (L) 1.3%
Texas 24 Martin Frost Democratic 1978 Ran in 32nd district Kenny Marchant (R) 64.0%
Gary Page (D) 34.2%
James Lawrence (L) 1.8%
Texas 25 Chris Bell Democratic 2002 Lost primary in 9th district
Lloyd Doggett (D) 67.6%
Rebecca Armendariz Klein (R) 30.7%
James S. Werner (L) 1.7%
Texas 26 Michael Burgess Republican 2002 Re-elected Michael Burgess (R) 65.8%
Lico Reyes (D) 32.7%
James Gholston (L) 1.5%
Texas 27 Solomon Ortiz Democratic 1982 Re-elected Solomon Ortiz (D) 63.1%
Willie Vaden (R) 34.9%
Christopher J. Claytor (L) 2.0%
Texas 28 Ciro Rodriguez Democratic 1997 Lost primary
Henry Cuellar (D) 59.0%
Jim Hopson (R) 38.6%
Ken Ashby (L) 2.4%
Texas 29 Gene Green Democratic 1992 Re-elected Gene Green (D) 94.1%
Clifford Lee Messina (L) 5.9%
Texas 30 Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic 1992 Re-elected Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) 93.0%
John Davis (L) 7.0%
Texas 31 John Carter Republican 2002 Re-elected John Carter (R) 64.8%
Jon Porter (D) 32.4%
Celeste Adams (L) 2.8%
Texas 32 Pete Sessions Republican 1996 Re-elected Pete Sessions (R) 54.3%
Martin Frost (D) 44.0%
Michael David Needleman (L) 1.7%

See also


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-11-08. Retrieved 2010-07-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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