For the first time in nearly two decades, Democrats believe they have a real chance to take control of the Texas House, and with it, control of the all-important redistricting process. These articles offer clear analysis and up-to-the-minute reports on the race to raise campaign cash in the battle to control the Texas House.
Contributing Writer | 11/20/2020

Texas House District 112 includes portions of Dallas, Garland, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, and Wylie. In 2018, Republican Angie Chen Button won re-election to the seat by 2.08 percentage points against Democratic opponent, Brandy K. Chambers. In 2020, Chen Button narrowly defeated Chambers in a rematch, winning by 0.33 percentage points. Brandy K. Chambers (D) Angie …

Contributing Writer | 11/20/2020

Texas House District 92 includes Bedford, Euless, Hurst, and portions of other communities in Tarrant County. Republican State Rep. Jonathan Stickland held on to the District 92 seat for his party in 2018 by 2.39 percentage points. Stickland did not run for reelection. In 2020, Republican Jeff Cason defeated Democrat Jeff Whitfield for the open …

Contributing Writer | 11/20/2020

Texas House District 121 includes a portion of San Antonio and Bexar County. In 2018, Republican Steve Allison was re-elected by 8.44 percentage points. In 2020, Allison’s defeated Democrat challenger Celina Montoya once again to retain his seat, this time by 7.06 percentagle points. Celina D. Montoya (D) Steve Allison (R)(I) Totals Total Money Raised …

Contributing Writer | 11/20/2020

Texas House District 28 includes the Fort Bend area. In 2018, Republican John Zerwas won re-election to the seat by 8.32 percentage points, but later announced his retirement. In January 2020, Republican Gary Gates won a hotly contested special election for the seat by 16 percentage points against Democrat Elizabeth Markowitz. Elizabeth Markowitz (D) Gary …

Contributing Writer | 11/20/2020

Texas House District 64 includes Corinth, Denton, Lake Dallas, and other communities in Denton County. Republican Lynn Stucky won re-election to the seat in 2018, claiming victory by 8.32 percentage points. In 2020, Stucky defeated challenger Angela Brewer by 9.84 percentage points. Angela Brewer (D) Lynn Stucky (R)(I) Totals Total Money Raised $874,309 $1,116,997 Total …