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Who & Where

Stefani Carter

District Outlook
On July 8, 2013, Representative Stefani Carter announced her plans to seek the GOP nomination for an open Railroad Commission seat. During several months she went through Texas running for Railroad Commissioner. Carter was unable to raise money for her race and by October 22nd, Carter had dropped those plans and opted, instead, to file for re-election. Her decision was highly criticized by several key conservative leaders and legislators at the Texas Legislature. The pause on her House seat, however, opened up a good deal of interest in the seat by other challengers. Political Activist Adryana Boyne leads the names already filed for 2014 as the most well known candidate among conservative circles at state and national level. Former Dallas City Council member Linda Koop also filed for the seat. An injured Veteran from Arkansas, Sam Brown, who moved to District 102 about a year ago, also filed for the race. Brown is the only one with not experience whatsoever in politics or conservative issues. George Clayton is the first and only Democrat who has filed for the race.

District Map

Population & Demographics

Total Pop. 18+ Pop. CVAP
Total 161,136 122,520 94,720
Anglo 46.4% 51.8% 67.4%
Hispanic 28.7% 24.1% 10.5%
Afr-Am 15.0% 13.5% 14.1%
Other 10.5% 10.9%
Asian 6.6%

2014 Election Analysis

May 27th Republican Runoff

Candidate Votes  %
Stefani Carter 3,407 40.2%
Linda Koop 5,073 59.8%
Total Votes 8,480

March 4th Republican Primary

Candidate Votes  %
Adryana Boyne 490 4.7%
Sam Brown 2,886 27.5%
Stefani Carter 3,484 33.1%
Linda Koop 3,651 34.7%
Total Votes 10,511

2012 Election Analysis

86,973 Registered Voters
6,249 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
55,395 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
U.S. President Mitt Romney 53.0% Barack Obama 45.3%
U.S. Senate Ted Cruz 51.9% Paul Sadler 44.9%
RR Commish Christi Craddick 54.5% Dale Henry 41.1%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 52.0% Michele Petty 43.5%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller 52.1% Keith Hampton 44.3%
State Representative Stefani Carter 57.1% Rich Hancock 42.9%
County Sheriff Kirk Launius 52.7% Lupe Valdez 47.3%
Tax Assessor Andrew Marcontell 51.5% John Ames 48.5%

2010 Election Analysis

83,744 Registered Voters
5,787 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
35,622 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
Governor Rick Perry 53.3% Bill White 44.1%
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst 62.6% Linda Chavez-Thompson 34.3%
Attorney General Greg Abbott 60.5% Barbara Radnofsky 37.4%
Comptroller Susan Combs 83.6%
Land Commish Jerry Patterson 62.2% Hector Uribe 34.8%
Ag. Commish Todd Staples 61.3% Hank Gilbert 35.5%
RR Commish David Porter 58.0% Jeff Weems 37.9%
Supreme Court Debra Lehrmann 62.1% Jim Sharp 35.4%
Supreme Court Paul Green 61.3% Bill Moody 36.0%
Supreme Court Eva Guzman 61.9% Blake Bailey 34.7%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Michael Keasler 59.8% Keith Hampton 37.6%


2011 Redistricting

2001 Redistricting

News Results

Jeffers: Stefani Carter, opponent Linda Koop a study in contrasts - Dallas Morning News
Jeffers: Stefani Carter, opponent Linda Koop a study in contrastsDallas Morning NewsCarter is quirky, unpredictable, and not averse to an alley fight if it's needed to win a campaign. Koop is engaging and knows everyone but has a toughness that cuts against her years in the nonpartisan arena on the Dallas City Council. It's those ...
Editorial: Rep. Stefani Carter fails credibility check - Dallas Morning News
Editorial: Rep. Stefani Carter fails credibility checkDallas Morning NewsJudging from the torrent of tortured claims from state Rep. Stefani Carter's camp, there may be no candidate today quite as desperate as she is. The credibility-challenged second-term lawmaker is in the fight of her political life to keep her seat in ...
After Campaign Stumbles, Stefani Carter Fights To Keep Her Texas House Seat - KERA News
After Campaign Stumbles, Stefani Carter Fights To Keep Her Texas House SeatKERA NewsState Rep. Stefani Carter, R-Dallas, left, faces former Dallas City Council member Linda Koop, right, in the HD-102 Republican primary runoff. Texas Tribune. State Rep. Stefani Carter, R-Dallas, might have had an easy time seeking re-election to her ...and more »

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.


House Districts

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