In the 2020 election season, redistricting is the biggest prize in Texas politics. The lawmakers elected to office this November will have outsized influence over the all-important redistricting process in the 2021 legislative session. Democrats are working to usher in a “blue wave” of influence in Austin, particularly when it comes to the redrawing of district maps for the next decade.
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Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, when Texas and 13 other states host primary elections. The Democratic presidential primary candidates have been getting all the attention, but you’ll also find other national, state, and local candidates on the ballot. Transparency Texas can help you make informed decisions about the Texas state-level elections. Our site is your one-stop search tool for all Texas House Reps and Senators, state-wide elections like the Texas Railroad Commissioners’ race, and Texas judges. Find out who’s giving them money and how they’re spending it.
This Tuesday, January 28, voters will choose three members of the Texas House of Representatives in the first races of the 2020 season. Ironically, the winners in these races may never cast a vote in the Texas Legislature, as they’ll have to run again in the primary (March) and the general election (November) in order to be seated for the next legislative session in January 2021.