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This profile of Texas's 31th Congressional District is part of the RaceTracker project.
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Incumbent John Carter Incumbent running? Yes Primary challenge? No primary challenge for incumbent. Cook Political Report Partisan Voting Index Non-competitive seat Cook Political Report Race Classification Non-competitive seat
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Name Party Status Reference URL Reference date Reference note John Carter Republican Confirmed candidate FEC Source August 3, 2011 Stephen Wyman Democratic Confirmed candidate TX Dems Source December 16, 2011 2010 State Senate Candidate Eric Klingemann Republican Out - lost primary TX SOS Source June 30, 2012
Results [ ]
2012 primary winners 2012 general election winner John Carter, Stephen Wyman TBD
Name Party Status Reference URL Reference date Reference note John Carter Republican Confirmed candidate Campaign Website Source March 9, 2009 Brian Ruiz Democratic Out FEC Source March 29, 2009 2008 Candidate Raymond Yamka Republican Out TX SOS Source March 7, 2010 Lost Primary
2010 primary election winners 2010 general election winner John Carter John Carter
2008 election[Incumbent: ]John Carter
Name Party Status Reference URL Reference date Reference note John Carter Republican Confirmed candidate (source needed) March 9, 2009 Brian Ruiz Democratic Confirmed candidate (source needed) March 9, 2009
2008 primary election winners 2008 general election winner John Carter, Brian Ruiz John Carter
2008 Presidential election results
Republican Democratic 2000 69% George W. Bush 32% Al Gore 2004 67% George W. Bush 33% John Kerry 2008 57% John McCain 42% Barack Obama
Articles and resources
- Index for all the Texas congressional districts and candidates.
- The full House 2012 elections report.
- The RaceTracker homepage.
Elections.DailyKos posts tagged "TX-31" (link)Campaign contribution methodology: Information is updated daily from the Center for Responsive Politics (OpenSecrets.org), which downloads their data from the Federal Election Commission on the first weekday of each work week. Candidates must have filed a report with the FEC to show up in the widget and inactive candidates are screened out by CRP.