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Who & Where

Geanie Morrison

District Outlook

District Map

Population & Demographics

Total Pop. 18+ Pop. CVAP
Total 166,022 124,729 117,935
Anglo 52.3% 57.3% 60.4%
Hispanic 39.9% 35.2% 32.1%
Afr-Am 6.1% 5.5% 5.4%
Other 2.3% 2.3%
Asian 0.9%

2014 Election Analysis

102,911 Registered Voters
31,135 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
36,435 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
US Senate John Cornyn 74.1% David Alameel 22.3%
Governor Greg Abbott 72.4% Wendy Davis 25.8%
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick 71.2% Leticia Van de Putte 26.2%
Attorney General Ken Paxton 70.9% Sam Houston 26.6%
Comptroller Glen Hegar 73.0% Mike Collier 24.1%
Land Commish George P. Bush 73.4% John Cook 23.4%
Ag. Commish Sid Miller 69.9% Jim Hogan 26.3%
RR Commish Ryan Sitton 69.8% Steve Brown 25.5%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 71.3% Bill Moody 26.1%
Supreme Court Jeff Brown 72.3% Lawrence Meyers 25.0%
Supreme Court Jeff Boyd 71.2% Gina Benavides 25.8%
Supreme Court Phil Johnson 87.3%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Bert Richardson 71.6% John Granberg 25.1%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Kevin Patrick Yeary 85.4%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals David Newell 87.3%
State Representative Geanie W. Morrison 100.0%

2012 Election Analysis

99,474 Registered Voters
29,972 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
58,417 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
U.S. President Mitt Romney 68.5% Barack Obama 30.2%
U.S. Senate Ted Cruz 66.8% Paul Sadler 30.4%
RR Commish Christi Craddick 65.8% Dale Henry 30.5%
Supreme Court Nathan Hecht 63.4% Michele Petty 32.5%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller 66.3% Keith Hampton 30.8%
State Representative Geanie Morrison 68.3% Alex Hernandez 31.7%

2010 Election Analysis

102,895 Registered Voters
30,740 Spanish-Surnamed Registered Voters
39,843 Total Ballots

Contest Rep. Candidate R-% Dem. Candidate D-%
Governor Rick Perry 64.4% Bill White 32.4%
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst 71.7% Linda Chavez-Thompson 24.9%
Attorney General Greg Abbott 74.9% Barbara Radnofsky 23.0%
Comptroller Susan Combs 88.7%
Land Commish Jerry Patterson 71.8% Hector Uribe 25.2%
Ag. Commish Todd Staples 69.9% Hank Gilbert 26.6%
RR Commish David Porter 68.9% Jeff Weems 26.7%
Supreme Court Debra Lehrmann 65.0% Jim Sharp 32.0%
Supreme Court Paul Green 69.1% Bill Moody 27.9%
Supreme Court Eva Guzman 66.5% Blake Bailey 27.5%
Crt. of Criminal Appeals Michael Keasler 69.4% Keith Hampton 27.5%


2011 Redistricting

2001 Redistricting

News Results

House ready to approve bill restricting minors' access to abortions - Dallas Morning News
Dallas Morning News
House ready to approve bill restricting minors' access to abortionsDallas Morning NewsRep. Matt Krause, R-Fort Worth, talks with Rep. Geanie Morrison, R-Victoria, who has proposed a bill to make it more difficult for girls younger than 18 to have abortions without their parents' consent.House OKs Bill Restricting Minors Seeking AbortionsTexas TribuneState House Votes To Restrict Teen AbortionsCBS LocalTexas House Votes to Restrict Court-Ordered Teen AbortionsNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worthall 431 news articles »
Judicial Bypass Bill Moves to Gov. Abbott's Desk - Houston Press
Dallas Morning News
Judicial Bypass Bill Moves to Gov. Abbott's DeskHouston PressAfter the original bill author, Rep. Geanie Morrison, waved off Howard's and Minjarez's concerns, the bill passed 102-43 with no further discussion. Seven House Democrats voted for the bill, while Houston's Sarah Davis was the only House member to vote ...Minors seeking abortions without parental consent face new restrictionsDallas Morning News (blog)Restrictions on Minors Seeking Abortions Head to AbbottMyHighPlainsall 23 news articles »
San Antonio's newest lawmaker hits the ground running - mySanAntonio.com (blog)
mySanAntonio.com (blog)
San Antonio's newest lawmaker hits the ground runningmySanAntonio.com (blog)Geanie Morrison, R-Victoria, which added restrictions to the judicial bypass process used by minors seeking abortions without parental consent. ?I think what I learned in this process is you either jump on board, or you get left behind,? Minjarez said ...


House Districts

District HD1, HD2, HD3, HD4, HD5, HD6, HD7, HD8, HD9, HD10, HD11, HD12, HD13, HD14, HD15, HD16, HD17, HD18, HD19, HD20, HD21, HD22, HD23, HD24, HD25, HD26, HD27, HD28, HD29, HD30, HD31, HD32, HD33, HD34, HD35, HD36, HD37, HD38, HD39, HD40, HD41, HD42, HD43, HD44, HD45, HD46, HD47, HD48, HD49, HD50, HD51, HD52, HD53, HD54, HD55, HD56, HD57, HD58, HD59, HD60, HD61, HD62, HD63, HD64, HD65, HD66, HD67, HD68, HD69, HD70, HD71, HD72, HD73, HD74, HD75, HD76, HD77, HD78, HD79, HD80, HD81, HD82, HD83, HD84, HD85, HD86, HD87, HD88, HD89, HD90, HD91, HD92, HD93, HD94, HD95, HD96, HD97, HD98, HD99, HD100, HD101, HD102, HD103, HD104, HD105, HD106, HD107, HD108, HD109, HD110, HD111, HD112, HD113, HD114, HD115, HD116, HD117, HD118, HD119, HD120, HD121, HD122, HD123, HD124, HD125, HD126, HD127, HD128, HD129, HD130, HD131, HD132, HD133, HD134, HD135, HD136, HD137, HD138, HD139, HD140, HD141, HD142, HD143, HD144, HD145, HD146, HD147, HD148, HD149, HD150