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Overview

Who & Where

Eric Johnson

District Outlook

District Map

Population & Demographics

Total Pop. 18+ Pop. CVAP
Total 161,143 117,479 95,355
Anglo 20.4% 24.6% 31.3%
Hispanic 38.5% 33.1% 18.0%
Afr-Am 40.0% 40.8% 48.0%
Other 1.9% 2.0%
Asian 1.0%

2014 Election Analysis

80,429 Registered Voters
12,420 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
23,016 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
US Senate John Cornyn 25.8% David Alameel 70.5%
Governor Greg Abbott 23.6% Wendy Davis 75.2%
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick 23.2% Leticia Van de Putte 73.9%
Attorney General Ken Paxton 23.6% Sam Houston 73.5%
Comptroller Glen Hegar 23.4% Mike Collier 73.0%
Land Commish George P. Bush 25.5% John Cook 70.8%
Ag. Commish Sid Miller 24.0% Jim Hogan 71.9%
RR Commish Ryan Sitton 23.4% Steve Brown 71.7%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 24.8% Bill Moody 72.7%
Supreme Court Jeff Brown 24.7% Lawrence Meyers 72.7%
Supreme Court Jeff Boyd 23.7% Gina Benavides 73.2%
Supreme Court Phil Johnson 54.9%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Bert Richardson 24.3% John Granberg 72.8%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Kevin Patrick Yeary 51.5%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals David Newell 54.2%
State Representative Eric Johnson 90.0%

2012 Election Analysis

79,162 Registered Voters
10,854 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
44,141 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
U.S. President Mitt Romney 21.1% Barack Obama 77.9%
U.S. Senate Ted Cruz 22.0% Paul Sadler 75.6%
RR Commish Christi Craddick 21.7% Dale Henry 74.9%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 19.9% Michele Petty 76.8%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller 20.8% Keith Hampton 76.8%
State Representative Eric Johnson 100.0%
County Sheriff Kirk Launius 21.0% Lupe Valdez 79.0%
Tax Assessor Andrew Marcontell 19.9% John Ames 80.1%


2010 Election Analysis

76,392 Registered Voters
9,955 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
24,294 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
Governor Rick Perry 22.5% Bill White 75.5%
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst 26.8% Linda Chavez-Thompson 70.7%
Attorney General Greg Abbott 27.9% Barbara Radnofsky 70.4%
Comptroller Susan Combs 64.3%
Land Commish Jerry Patterson 26.1% Hector Uribe 71.7%
Ag. Commish Todd Staples 25.7% Hank Gilbert 71.7%
RR Commish David Porter 24.5% Jeff Weems 72.3%
Supreme Court Debra Lehrmann 25.8% Jim Sharp 72.2%
Supreme Court Paul Green 25.5% Bill Moody 72.5%
Supreme Court Eva Guzman 26.4% Blake Bailey 71.1%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Michael Keasler 24.9% Keith Hampton 73.2%

Redistricting

2011 Redistricting

2001 Redistricting

News Results

Senate approves open carry bill - UT The Daily Texan
UT The Daily Texan
Senate approves open carry billUT The Daily Texan?[This] is the most egregious mistake I have ever seen us [the Texas Legislature] make,? Rep. Eric Johnson (D-Dallas) posted on Facebook, in reference to the amendment. Sen. John Whitmire (D-Houston) argued that the amendment would, in practice, ...and more »
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Texas House passes Dallas legislator's bill requiring police shooting data to ... - Dallas Morning News (blog)
Dallas Morning News (blog)
Texas House passes Dallas legislator's bill requiring police shooting data to ...Dallas Morning News (blog)State Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, left, and State Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Terrell, converse during the session of the Texas House of Representatives, 83rd Legislative Session, in Austin on Wednesday, January 9, 2013. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning ...Texas Threatening to Do Some Progressive Criminal Justice ReformDallas Observerall 2 news articles »
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House backs effort to give ex-cons better chance at state job opportunities - Dallas Morning News (blog)
Dallas Morning News (blog)
House backs effort to give ex-cons better chance at state job opportunitiesDallas Morning News (blog)Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, offered the bill to stop state agencies from disqualifying ex-convicts even before they have the opportunity to interview for jobs. He said the measure would address a stigma, while also combating recidivism. ?Research ...
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2012 Election Map

  • Blue = precinct won by Democratic nominee for President, US Senate, or State Representative.
  • Red = precinct won by none of the above three Democratic nominees.
  • White = no votes.

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