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Who & Where

Jason Villalba

District Outlook

District Map

Population & Demographics

Total Pop. 18+ Pop. CVAP
Total 172,330 130,817 106,345
Anglo 50.2% 54.9% 69.2%
Hispanic 28.3% 24.2% 11.4%
Afr-Am 16.7% 16.1% 16.4%
Other 5.2% 5.1%
Asian 2.1%

2014 Election Analysis

97,318 Registered Voters
7,735 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
41,348 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
US Senate John Cornyn 60.7% David Alameel 36.3%
Governor Greg Abbott 55.3% Wendy Davis 43.4%
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick 52.0% Leticia Van de Putte 45.1%
Attorney General Ken Paxton 54.3% Sam Houston 43.2%
Comptroller Glen Hegar 55.5% Mike Collier 41.2%
Land Commish George P. Bush 60.8% John Cook 35.9%
Ag. Commish Sid Miller 58.7% Jim Hogan 37.3%
RR Commish Ryan Sitton 58.0% Steve Brown 37.7%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 60.4% Bill Moody 37.1%
Supreme Court Jeff Brown 59.6% Lawrence Meyers 37.8%
Supreme Court Jeff Boyd 58.2% Gina Benavides 38.7%
Supreme Court Phil Johnson 78.4%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Bert Richardson 59.6% John Granberg 37.5%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Kevin Patrick Yeary 76.2%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals David Newell 78.2%
State Representative Jason Villalba 81.1%

2012 Election Analysis

96,723 Registered Voters
6,891 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
65,216 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
U.S. President Mitt Romney 55.2% Barack Obama 43.5%
U.S. Senate Ted Cruz 53.7% Paul Sadler 43.8%
RR Commish Christi Craddick 57.0% Dale Henry 39.4%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 55.0% Michele Petty 41.3%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller 53.9% Keith Hampton 43.1%
State Representative Jason Villalba 54.2% Carol Kent 45.9%
County Sheriff Kirk Launius 54.3% Lupe Valdez 45.7%
Tax Assessor Andrew Marcontell 53.4% John Ames 46.6%

July 31st Republican Primary Runoff

Candidate Votes  %
Bill Keffer 5,680 48.2%
Jason Villalba 6,098 51.8%
Total Votes 11,778

May 29th Republican Primary

Candidate Votes  %
David Boone 1,138 11.4%
Bill Keffer 4,745 47.5%
Jason Villalba 4,114 41.2%
Total Votes 9,997

2010 Election Analysis

95,075 Registered Voters
6,639 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
44,565 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
Governor Rick Perry 53.8% Bill White 44.2%
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst 64.2% Linda Chavez-Thompson 33.4%
Attorney General Greg Abbott 61.1% Barbara Radnofsky 37.3%
Comptroller Susan Combs 85.7%
Land Commish Jerry Patterson 63.5% Hector Uribe 34.1%
Ag. Commish Todd Staples 63.0% Hank Gilbert 34.4%
RR Commish David Porter 58.8% Jeff Weems 38.0%
Supreme Court Debra Lehrmann 63.3% Jim Sharp 34.6%
Supreme Court Paul Green 62.7% Bill Moody 35.2%
Supreme Court Eva Guzman 63.4% Blake Bailey 33.8%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Michael Keasler 60.7% Keith Hampton 37.1%


2011 Redistricting

2001 Redistricting

News Results

Dallas Police Release Pathetic Right-To-Record Policy - PINAC News
Dallas Police Release Pathetic Right-To-Record PolicyPINAC NewsPinkston's organization also wrote the anti cop watching bill, trotted out by Dallas Rep Jason Villalba, who later pulled it after an international public backlash. So, it really comes as no surprise that the original draft of the right-to-photograph ...and more »
Jason Villalba, Republican lawmaker, files bill restricting civilians from ... - Washington Times
Dallas Observer
Jason Villalba, Republican lawmaker, files bill restricting civilians from ...Washington TimesA Texas state representative proposed a bill on Tuesday that makes it a misdemeanor for private citizens to photograph or record police officers within 25 feet. House Bill 2918, introduced by Republican state Rep. Jason Villalba, would make recording ...Dallas State Rep. Jason Villalba Wants to Restrict Where Citizens Can ...Dallas ObserverRep. Jason Villalba: let's suppress 1st & 2nd AmendmentsChron.com (blog)Texas Rep. Villalba Files Bill That Criminalizes Bloggers, Citizens Filming CopsBreitbart NewsHuffington Post -PINAC News -PetaPixel (blog)all 71 news articles »

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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