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Senators

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John Cornyn Republican 14 years in office

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Ted Cruz Republican 3 years in office


Representatives

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1st District Louie Gohmert MyOC Group Republican 11 years in office

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2nd District Ted Poe MyOC Group Republican 11 years in office

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3rd District Sam Johnson MyOC Group Republican 25 years in office

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4th District John Ratcliffe MyOC Group Republican 1 year in office

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5th District Jeb Hensarling MyOC Group Republican 13 years in office

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6th District Joe Barton MyOC Group Republican 31 years in office

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7th District John Culberson MyOC Group Republican 15 years in office

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8th District Kevin Brady MyOC Group Republican 19 years in office

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9th District Al Green MyOC Group Democrat 11 years in office

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10th District Michael McCaul MyOC Group Republican 11 years in office

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11th District K. Conaway MyOC Group Republican 11 years in office

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12th District Kay Granger MyOC Group Republican 19 years in office

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13th District Mac Thornberry MyOC Group Republican 21 years in office

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14th District Randy Weber MyOC Group Republican 3 years in office

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15th District Rubén Hinojosa MyOC Group Democrat 19 years in office

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16th District Beto O'Rourke MyOC Group Democrat 3 years in office

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17th District Bill Flores MyOC Group Republican 5 years in office

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18th District Sheila Jackson Lee MyOC Group Democrat 21 years in office

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19th District Randy Neugebauer MyOC Group Republican 13 years in office

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20th District Joaquin Castro MyOC Group Democrat 3 years in office

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21st District Lamar Smith MyOC Group Republican 29 years in office

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22nd District Pete Olson MyOC Group Republican 7 years in office

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23rd District Will Hurd MyOC Group Republican 1 year in office

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24th District Kenny Marchant MyOC Group Republican 11 years in office

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25th District Roger Williams MyOC Group Republican 3 years in office

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26th District Michael Burgess MyOC Group Republican 13 years in office

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27th District Blake Farenthold MyOC Group Republican 5 years in office

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28th District Henry Cuellar MyOC Group Democrat 11 years in office

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29th District Gene Green MyOC Group Democrat 23 years in office

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30th District Eddie Johnson MyOC Group Democrat 23 years in office

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31st District John Carter MyOC Group Republican 13 years in office

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32nd District Pete Sessions MyOC Group Republican 19 years in office

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33rd District Marc Veasey MyOC Group Democrat 3 years in office

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34th District Filemon Vela MyOC Group Democrat 3 years in office

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35th District Lloyd Doggett MyOC Group Democrat 21 years in office

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36th District Brian Babin MyOC Group Republican 1 year in office

Texas is the second most populous and the second largest of the 50 U.S. states in the United States of America, and the largest state in the 48 contiguous United States. Geographically located in the south central part of the country, Texas shares an international border with the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas to the south and borders the U.S. states of New Mexico to the west, Oklahoma to the north, Arkansas to the northeast, and Louisiana to the east. Texas has an area of 268,820 square miles and a growing population of over 26.4 million residents. Houston is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States, while San Antonio is the second largest in the state and seventh largest in the United States. Dallas–Fort Worth and Greater Houston are the fourth and fifth largest United States metropolitan areas, respectively. Other major cities include El Paso and Austin—the state capital. Texas is nicknamed the Lone Star State to signify Texas as a former independent republic and as a reminder of the state's struggle for independence from Mexico. (More from Freebase)

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