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2020 Texas Election Source Crib Sheets
In the interactive tables below, you’ll find the latest lists of candidates running for state and federal office in Texas, including the most recent campaign finance results, cumulative campaign contributions and expenditures for the 2019-20 election cycle and pertinent information about each candidate, including key endorsements, campaign consultants and links to online presences.
Gov. Greg Abbott (R) ordered a January 23 special runoff election to fill the unexpired House term of Sen.-elect Drew Springer (R-Muenster).
One Railroad Commissioner, three Supreme Court justices and three judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals are up for election in 2020.
Sixteen members of the Texas Senate are up for election in 2020. All 31 will be up for election in 2022 after redistricting.
Texas House of Representatives
All 150 members of the Texas House of Representatives are up for election in 2020.
Texas Congressional Delegation
All 36 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R) are up for election in 2020.
Offices Not Up for Election in 2020
These statewide offices and senators are not up for election until 2020 or 2022. Also, U.S. Sen Ted Cruz (R) is not for election until 2024.
Note: We are no longer including or covering candidates for the State Board of Education.
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