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2022 General Election Results

Thank you to our donors, supporters, and voters!


Congratulations to Texas Parent PAC general election winners!


According to the Texas Tribune, 45.7% of the state’s 17.7 million registered voters cast ballots in the 2022 midterm election. In comparison, in the 2018 midterm election, 53% of the state’s 15.7 million registered voters went to the polls to vote. Republicans kept control of statewide offices and the recently redistricted legislative seats made for very few competitive races.

All that being said, it does appear that a big win for public education is occurring in Senate District 27, a seat being vacated by Eddie Lucio, Jr., a Democrat known for supporting Lt. Governor Dan Patrick’s pro-voucher education policies. Texas Parent PAC supported Morgan LaMantia in both the primary election and general election. She is currently leading her Republican opponent by just 569 votes. Truly, every vote does count! Senator-elect LaMantia’s Teach the Vote survey responses may be found at


Texas Senate

  • SD 16: Senator Nathan Johnson, D-Dallas
  • SD 21: Senator Judith Zaffirini D-Laredo
  • SD 27: Morgan LaMantia, D-Brownsville
  • SD 29: Senator Cesar Blanco, D-El Paso


Texas House of Representatives

  • HD 1: Representative Gary VanDeaver, R-New Boston
  • HD 3: Representative Cecil Bell, Jr., R-Magnolia
  • HD 4: Representative Keith Bell, R-Forney
  • HD 8: Representative Cody Harris, R-Palestine
  • HD 9: Representative Trent Ashby, R-Lufkin
  • HD 12: Representative Kyle Kacal, R-College Station
  • HD 14: Representative John Raney, R-Bryan
  • HD 16: Representative Will Metcalf, R-Conroe
  • HD 18: Representative Ernest Bailes, R-Shepherd
  • HD 21: Representative Dade Phelan, R-Beaumont
  • HD 29: Representative Ed Thompson, R-Pearland
  • HD 33: Representative Justin Holland, R-Rockwall
  • HD 34: Representative Abel Herrero, D-Robstown
  • HD 41: Representative Bobby Guerra, D-McAllen
  • HD 45: Representative Erin Zwiener, D-Driftwood
  • HD 46: Representative Sheryl Cole, D-Austin
  • HD 47: Representative Vikki Goodwin, D-Austin
  • HD 48: Representative Donna Howard, D-Austin
  • HD 49: Representative Gina Hinojosa, D-Austin
  • HD 50: Representative James Talarico, D-Austin
  • HD 51: Lulu Flores, D-Austin
  • HD 55: Representative Hugh Shine, R-Temple
  • HD 58: Representative DeWayne Burns, R-Cleburne
  • HD 60: Representative Glenn Rogers, R-Graford
  • HD 61: Frederick Frazier, R-McKinney
  • HD 62: Representative Reggie Smith, R-Van Alstyne
  • HD 64: Representative Lynn Stucky, R-Sanger
  • HD 68: Representative David Spiller, R-Jacksboro
  • HD 71: Representative Stan Lambert, R-Abilene
  • HD 72: Representative Drew Darby, R-San Angelo
  • HD 75: Representative Mary E. Gonzalez, D-Clint
  • HD 76: Suleman Lalani, D-Sugar Land
  • HD 77: Representative Lina Ortega, D-El Paso
  • HD 78: Representative Joe Moody, D-El Paso
  • HD 87: Representative Four Price, R-Amarillo
  • HD 88: Representative Ken King, R-Canadian
  • HD 92: Salman Bhojani, D-Euless
  • HD 95: Representative Nicole Collier, D-Fort Worth
  • HD 96: Representative Chris Turner, D-Burleson
  • HD 99: Representative Charlie Geren, R-Fort Worth
  • HD 100: Venton D. Jones, D-Dallas
  • HD 105: Representative Terry Meza, D-Irving
  • HD 113: Representative Rhetta Bowers, D-Garland
  • HD 114: John Bryant, D-Dallas
  • HD 115: Representative Julie Johnson, D-Farmers Branch
  • HD 117: Representative Philip Cortez, D-San Antonio
  • HD 121: Representative Steve Allison, R-San Antonio
  • HD 123: Representative Diego Bernal, D-San Antonio
  • HD 125: Representative Ray Lopez, D-San Antonio
  • HD 126: Representative Sam Harless, R-Spring
  • HD 134: Representative Ann Johnson, D-Houston
  • HD 135: Representative Jon Rosenthal, D-Houston
  • HD 136: Representative John H. Bucy III, D-Austin
  • HD 137: Representative Gene Wu, D-Houston
  • HD 144: Representative Mary Ann Perez, D-Houston
  • HD 149: Representative Hubert Vo, D-Houston


State Board of Education

  • SBOE 5: Rebecca Bell-Metereau, D-Austin


Heartfelt thanks to the Rev. Ginny Brown Daniel, candidate for HD 150, Mike Collier, candidate for Lt. Governor, Tracy Fisher, candidate for SBOE-14, Jay Kleberg, candidate for Land Commissioner, and Frank Ramirez, candidate for HD 118. All fought the good fight, advocating for public education while running ethical campaigns. Though they did not win, Texas Parent PAC is proud to have endorsed them.

There is no doubt this legislative session will include a battle for Texas public schools and the children they educate. Please be engaged with your local representatives. Make them aware of your desire to see well-funded schools, well-paid teachers, and most importantly, well-educated Texas children. Thank you for your continued support.

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Texas Parent PAC is a bipartisan political action committee for parents, grandparents, parents-to-be, and anyone who supports high quality public education.

Endorsed candidates reflect traditional mainstream American values that honor and support families, quality public education, strong communities, unlimited opportunities, and maximum citizen participation in our democracy.

Since its founding in 2005, Texas Parent PAC has helped to elect more than 85 state legislators, including 65 lawmakers currently serving. It has been ranked as one of the top “Power PACs” in Texas.