2012 Congressional Election Texas Candidates

State
Stage
Party
Office
Election Status
Robert Butler
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
David Collins
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Lost)
Green Party
Ted Cruz
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Won)
Republican
Wayne Huffman
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Scott Jameson
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Eric Lawrence Kirkland
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Constitution
John Jay Myers
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Lost)
Libertarian
S. Rajue
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Jon Roland
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Paul Sadler
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Lost)
Democratic
Victoria Zabaras
U.S. Senate (TX)
(Withdrawn)
Green Party
Louie Gohmert
U.S. House (TX)
District 1 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Shirley McKellar
U.S. House (TX)
District 1
(Lost)
Democratic
Clark Patterson
U.S. House (TX)
District 1
(Lost)
Libertarian
James Dougherty
U.S. House (TX)
District 2
(Lost)
Democratic
Kenneth Duncan
U.S. House (TX)
District 2
(Lost)
Libertarian
Ted Poe
U.S. House (TX)
District 2 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Mark Roberts
U.S. House (TX)
District 2
(Lost)
Green Party
James Veasaw
U.S. House (TX)
District 2
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Chris Claytor
U.S. House (TX)
District 3
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Sam Johnson
U.S. House (TX)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Thomas Griffing
U.S. House (TX)
District 4
(Lost)
Libertarian
Ralph Hall
U.S. House (TX)
District 4
(Won)
Republican
VaLinda Hathcox
U.S. House (TX)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Ken Ashby
U.S. House (TX)
District 5
(Lost)
Libertarian
Jeb Hensarling
U.S. House (TX)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Linda Mrosko
U.S. House (TX)
District 5
(Lost)
Democratic
Joe Barton
U.S. House (TX)
District 6 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Hugh Chauvin
U.S. House (TX)
District 6
(Lost)
Libertarian
Brandon Parmer
U.S. House (TX)
District 6
(Lost)
Green Party
Kenneth Sanders
U.S. House (TX)
District 6
(Lost)
Democratic
James Cargas
U.S. House (TX)
District 7
(Lost)
Democratic
John Culberson
U.S. House (TX)
District 7 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Lance Findley
U.S. House (TX)
District 7
(Lost)
Green Party
Drew Parks
U.S. House (TX)
District 7
(Lost)
Libertarian
Kevin Brady
U.S. House (TX)
District 8 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Neil Burns
U.S. House (TX)
District 8
(Lost)
Democratic
Roy Hall
U.S. House (TX)
District 8
(Lost)
Libertarian
Vanessa Foster
U.S. House (TX)
District 9
(Lost)
Green Party
Al Green
U.S. House (TX)
District 9 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Steve Mueller
U.S. House (TX)
District 9
(Lost)
Republican
John Wieder
U.S. House (TX)
District 9
(Lost)
Libertarian
Tawana Cadien
U.S. House (TX)
District 10
(Lost)
Democratic
Michael McCaul
U.S. House (TX)
District 10 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Richard Priest
U.S. House (TX)
District 10
(Lost)
Libertarian
Scott Ballard
U.S. House (TX)
District 11
(Lost)
Libertarian
Mike Conaway
U.S. House (TX)
District 11 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jim Riley
U.S. House (TX)
District 11
(Lost)
Democratic
Kay Granger
U.S. House (TX)
District 12 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Dave Robinson
U.S. House (TX)
District 12
(Lost)
Democratic
Matt Solodow
U.S. House (TX)
District 12
(Lost)
Libertarian
John Deek
U.S. House (TX)
District 13
(Lost)
Libertarian
Keith Houston
U.S. House (TX)
District 13
(Lost)
Green Party
Mac Thornberry
U.S. House (TX)
District 13 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Eugene Flynn
U.S. House (TX)
District 14
(Withdrawn)
Independent
Zach Grady
U.S. House (TX)
District 14
(Lost)
Libertarian
Amy Jacobellis
U.S. House (TX)
District 14
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Nicholas Lampson
U.S. House (TX)
District 14
(Lost)
Democratic
Rhett Smith
U.S. House (TX)
District 14
(Lost)
Green Party
Randy Weber
U.S. House (TX)
District 14 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Dale Brueggemann
U.S. House (TX)
District 15
(Lost)
Republican
Ronald Finch
U.S. House (TX)
District 15
(Lost)
Libertarian
Rubén Hinojosa, Sr.
U.S. House (TX)
District 15 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Barbara Carrasco
U.S. House (TX)
District 16
(Lost)
Republican
Beto O'Rourke
U.S. House (TX)
District 16 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Junart Sodoy
U.S. House (TX)
District 16
(Lost)
Libertarian
Ben Easton
U.S. House (TX)
District 17
(Lost)
Libertarian
Bill Flores
U.S. House (TX)
District 17 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Christopher Barber
U.S. House (TX)
District 18
(Lost)
Libertarian
Sheila Jackson Lee
U.S. House (TX)
District 18 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Sean Seibert
U.S. House (TX)
District 18
(Lost)
Republican
Mike Taylor
U.S. House (TX)
District 18
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Randy Neugebauer
U.S. House (TX)
District 19 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Chip Peterson
U.S. House (TX)
District 19
(Lost)
Libertarian
Joaquin Castro
U.S. House (TX)
District 20 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Antonio Diaz
U.S. House (TX)
District 20
(Lost)
Green Party
Albert Potts
U.S. House (TX)
District 20
(Lost)
Libertarian
David Rosa
U.S. House (TX)
District 20
(Lost)
Republican
Fidel Castillo
U.S. House (TX)
District 21
(Withdrawn)
Green Party
Candace Duval
U.S. House (TX)
District 21
(Lost)
Democratic
John-Henry Liberty
U.S. House (TX)
District 21
(Lost)
Libertarian
Lamar Smith
U.S. House (TX)
District 21 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Bill Stout
U.S. House (TX)
District 21
(Withdrawn)
Green Party
Jim Strohm
U.S. House (TX)
District 21
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Don Cook
U.S. House (TX)
District 22
(Lost)
Green Party
Pete Olson
U.S. House (TX)
District 22 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Kesha Rogers
U.S. House (TX)
District 22
(Lost)
Democratic
Steve Susman
U.S. House (TX)
District 22
(Lost)
Libertarian
Jeffrey Blunt
U.S. House (TX)
District 23
(Lost)
Libertarian
Francisco Canseco
U.S. House (TX)
District 23
(Lost)
Republican
Pete Gallego
U.S. House (TX)
District 23
(Won)
Democratic
J.B. Oswalt, Jr.
U.S. House (TX)
District 23
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
Ed Scharf
U.S. House (TX)
District 23
(Lost)
Green Party
Kenny Marchant
U.S. House (TX)
District 24 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Tim Rusk
U.S. House (TX)
District 24
(Lost)
Democratic
David Sparks
U.S. House (TX)
District 24
(Withdrawn)
Libertarian
John Stathas
U.S. House (TX)
District 24
(Lost)
Libertarian
Betsy Dewey
U.S. House (TX)
District 25
(Lost)
Libertarian
Elaine Henderson
U.S. House (TX)
District 25
(Lost)
Democratic
Roger Settler
U.S. House (TX)
District 25
(Withdrawn)
Green Party

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