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2012 Texas State Legislative Primary Runoff Election Candidates

Texas State House District 11
(July 31, 2012)

Travis Clardy
Travis Clardy
State House (TX)
District 11 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Chuck Hopson
Chuck Hopson
State House (TX)
District 11
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 12
(July 31, 2012)

Tucker Anderson
Tucker Anderson
State House (TX)
District 12
(Lost)
Republican
Kyle Kacal
Kyle Kacal
State House (TX)
District 12 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Chris Scotti
Chris Scotti
State House (TX)
District 12
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 23
(July 31, 2012)

Wayne Faircloth
Wayne Faircloth
State House (TX)
District 23
(Won)
Republican
Bill Wallace
Bill Wallace
State House (TX)
District 23
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 24
(July 31, 2012)

Greg Bonnen
Greg Bonnen
State House (TX)
District 24 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Ryan Sitton
Ryan Sitton
State House (TX)
District 24
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 26
(July 31, 2012)

Jacqueline Chaumette
Jacqueline Chaumette
State House (TX)
District 26
(Lost)
Republican
Rick Miller
Rick Miller
State House (TX)
District 26 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 40
(July 31, 2012)

Terry Canales
Terry Canales
State House (TX)
District 40 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Agustin Hernandez
Agustin Hernandez
State House (TX)
District 40
(Lost)
Democratic

Texas State House District 43
(July 31, 2012)

Jose Lozano
Jose Lozano
State House (TX)
District 43 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Bill Wilson II
Bill Wilson II
State House (TX)
District 43
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 59
(July 31, 2012)

Sid Miller
Sid Miller
State House (TX)
District 59
(Lost)
Republican
JD Sheffield
JD Sheffield
State House (TX)
District 59 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 67
(July 31, 2012)

Jon Cole
Jon Cole
State House (TX)
District 67
(Lost)
Republican
Jeff Leach
Jeff Leach
State House (TX)
District 67 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 68
(July 31, 2012)

Trent McKnight
Trent McKnight
State House (TX)
District 68
(Lost)
Republican
Drew Springer
Drew Springer
State House (TX)
District 68 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 88
(July 31, 2012)

Ken King
Ken King
State House (TX)
District 88 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
James Landtroop, Jr.
James Landtroop, Jr.
State House (TX)
District 88
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 91
(July 31, 2012)

Stephanie Klick
Stephanie Klick
State House (TX)
District 91 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Ken Sapp
Ken Sapp
State House (TX)
District 91
(Lost)
Republican

Texas State House District 114
(July 31, 2012)

William Keffer
William Keffer
State House (TX)
District 114
(Lost)
Republican
Jason Villalba
Jason Villalba
State House (TX)
District 114 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 115
(July 31, 2012)

Steve Nguyen
Steve Nguyen
State House (TX)
District 115
(Lost)
Republican
Bennett Ratliff
Bennett Ratliff
State House (TX)
District 115 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican

Texas State House District 117
(July 31, 2012)

Philip Cortez
Philip Cortez
State House (TX)
District 117 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Tina Torres
Tina Torres
State House (TX)
District 117
(Lost)
Democratic

Texas State House District 137
(July 31, 2012)

Jamaal Smith
Jamaal Smith
State House (TX)
District 137
(Lost)
Democratic
Gene Wu
Gene Wu
State House (TX)
District 137 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic

Texas State Senate District 25
(July 31, 2012)

Donna Campbell
Donna Campbell
State Senate (TX)
District 25 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Earl Wentworth
Earl Wentworth
State Senate (TX)
District 25
(Lost)
Republican

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