From Texas Political Almanac
Who & Where
Rep. Callegari announced his retirement from the House on Sept. 23, 2013.
Adding to the context of the election is the defeat of a Katy ISD bond proposal that would have added a new football stadium to the district. The district presently has multiple schools sharing a stadium, one of which is the multiple-state-championship Katy Tigers. The bond's defeat emboldened far right activists in the area.
The 2014 GOP primary contest for the open seat features Ann Hodge (President/CEO of the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce), Justin Perryman (attorney), Mike Schofield (aide to Gov. Perry), and Michael Franks (area Tea Party activist). Former Katy Mayor Don Ellers had been rumored to be considering the race, but did not file.
Population & Demographics
|Total Pop.||18+ Pop.||CVAP-10||CVAP-11|
- Total and 18+ Population taken from 2010 Census data, provided by the Texas Legislative Council.
- CVAP-10: American Community Survey data from 2006-2010, provided by the Texas Legislative Council.
- CVAP-11: American Community Survey data from 2007-2011, provided by the Texas Legislative Council.
2012 Election Analysis
83,697 Registered Voters
16,256 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
53,941 Total Ballots
|Contest||Rep. Candidate||R-%||Dem. Candidate||D-%|
|U.S. President||Mitt Romney||58.9%||Barack Obama||39.8%|
|U.S. Senate||Ted Cruz||59.3%||Paul Sadler||38.2%|
|RR Commish||Christi Craddick||59.4%||Dale Henry||37.4%|
|Supreme Court||Nathan Hecht||57.3%||Michele Petty||39.4%|
|Crt. of Criminal Appeals||Sharon Keller||58.6%||Keith Hampton||38.9%|
|State Representative||Bill Callegari||80.7%|
|County Sheriff||Louis Guthrie||55.5%||Adrian Garcia||42.8%|
|County Attorney||Robert Talton||59.4%||Vince Ryan||40.6%|
|District Attorney||Mike Anderson||61.5%||Lloyd Oliver||38.5%|
|Tax Assessor||Mike Sullivan||58.2%||Ann Bennett||39.3%|
|County Brd. of Education||Mike Wolfe||59.3%||Diane Trautman||40.7%|
2010 Election Analysis
78,191 Registered Voters
14,062 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
31,674 Total Ballots
|Contest||Rep. Candidate||R-%||Dem. Candidate||D-%|
|Governor||Rick Perry||60.2%||Bill White||37.9%|
|Lt. Governor||David Dewhurst||66.8%||Linda Chavez-Thompson||30.8%|
|Attorney General||Greg Abbott||68.9%||Barbara Radnofsky||29.4%|
|Land Commish||Jerry Patterson||66.8%||Hector Uribe||30.9%|
|Ag. Commish||Todd Staples||66.4%||Hank Gilbert||31.1%|
|RR Commish||David Porter||65.5%||Jeff Weems||31.3%|
|Supreme Court||Debra Lehrmann||66.1%||Jim Sharp||31.9%|
|Supreme Court||Paul Green||66.2%||Bill Moody||31.7%|
|Supreme Court||Eva Guzman||67.1%||Blake Bailey||30.3%|
|Crt. of Criminal Appeals||Michael Keasler||66.7%||Keith Hampton||31.2%|
- Plan H309 - House District 132 - plan under which the 2012 elections were held
- Plan H303 - House District 132 - MALDEF/Abbott Compromise Plan
- Plan H302 - House District 132 - San Antonio court's original interim plan
- Plan H283 - House District 132 - plan passed by the 82nd Texas legislature
- House District 132 - 2001 Map - Election History (2002-2010) and District Map
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- Callegari: Texas needs to decide what its water is worth - Houston Chronicle
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Callegari: Texas needs to decide what its water is worth. Drought and growth are straining supply of scarce resource. By State Rep. Bill Callegari | February 13, 2014 | Updated: February 13, 2014 7:35pm. Comments; E-mail; Print. Tweet. Share on Facebook 0.
- Schofield wins GOP primary for House District 132 seat - Katy Times
[#]Schofield wins GOP primary for House District 132 seat
Houston attorney Mike Schofield barreled over his three opponents in Tuesday's Republican Primary to see who will replace Bill Callegari as the District 132 State Representative. Schofield will now square-off against runner-up Ann Hodge in a May runoff.
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