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Party affiliation - 78th Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 14, 2003

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 62 of 150 41%]
Roberto Alonzo
Kevin Bailey
Lon Burnam
Gabi Canales
Jaime Capelo
Joaquin Castro
Norma Chavez
Garnet Coleman
Robert "Robby" Cook
Yvonne Davis
Joe Deshotel
Dawnna Dukes
Jim Dunnam
Harold V. Dutton, Jr.
Al Edwards
Craig Eiland
Dan Ellis
David Farabee
Jessica Farrar
Ismael "Kino" Flores
Pete Gallego
Timoteo Garza
Helen Giddings
Ryan Guillen
Roberto Gutierrez
Scott Hochberg
Terri Hodge
Mark Homer
Chuck Hopson
Jesse Jones
James E. "Pete" Laney
Glenn Lewis
Vilma Luna
John Mabry, Jr.
Trey Martinez Fischer
Ruth Jones McClendon
Jim McReynolds
José Menéndez
Joe Moreno
Paul Moreno
Elliott Naishtat
Rick Noriega
René O. Oliveira
Dora Olivo
Aaron Pena
Joe C. Pickett
Robert Puente
Chente Quintanilla
Irma Rangel
Richard Peña Raymond
Allan Ritter
Eddie Rodriguez
Patrick Rose
Jim Solis
Barry Telford
Senfronia Thompson
Sylvester Turner
Carlos Uresti
Mike Villarreal
Ron Wilson
Miguel "Mike" Wise
Steven Wolens
 
Republicans in the House of Representatives[ 88 of 150 59%]
Ray Allen
Todd Baxter
Leo Berman
Dwayne Bohac
Dennis Bonnen
Dan Branch
Betty Brown
Fred Brown
William "Bill" Callegari
Scott Campbell
Carter Casteel
Warren Chisum
Wayne Christian
Byron Cook
Frank Corte, Jr.
Joe Crabb
Tom Craddick
Myra Crownover
John E. Davis
Glenda Dawson
Dianne White Delisi
Mary Denny
Joe Driver
Rob Eissler
Gary Elkins
Dan Flynn
Dan Gattis
Charlie Geren
Toby Goodman
Tony Goolsby
Bob Griggs
Kent Grusendorf
Patrick "Pat" Haggerty
Mike 'Tuffy' Hamilton
Peggy Hamric
Richard "Rick" Hardcastle
Linda Harper-Brown
Will Hartnett
Talmadge Heflin
Glenn Hegar
Harvey Hilderbran
Fred Hill
Ruben Hope, Jr.
Charlie Howard
Bryan Hughes
Bob Hunter
Suzanna Gratia Hupp
Carl Isett
Delwin Jones
Elizabeth Ames Jones
Terry Keel
Jim Keffer
Bill Keffer
Phil King
Lois W. Kolkhorst
Mike Krusee
Edmund Kuempel
Jodie Laubenberg
Jerry Madden
Kenny Marchant
Brian McCall
Ken Mercer
Tommy Merritt
Sid Miller
Geanie Morrison
Anna Mowery
Joe Nixon
Ken Paxton
Larry Phillips
Jim Pitts
Elvira Reyna
Debbie Riddle
Gene Seaman
Wayne Smith
Todd Smith
John Smithee
Burt Solomons
Jack Stick
David Swinford
Robert Talton
Larry Taylor
Vicki Truitt
Corbin Van Arsdale
G.E. 'Buddy' West
Arlene Wohlgemuth
Martha Wong
Beverly Woolley
Bill Zedler
 
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 12 of 31 39%]
Ken Armbrister
Gonzalo Barrientos
Rodney Ellis
Mario Gallegos
Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa
Eddie Lucio
Frank Madla
Eliot Shapleigh
Leticia Van de Putte
Royce West
John Whitmire
Judith Zaffirini
 
Republicans in the Senate[ 19 of 31 61%]
Kip Averitt
Teel Bivins
Kim Brimer
John Carona
Bob Deuell
Robert Duncan
Craig Estes
Troy Fraser
Chris Harris
Mike Jackson
Kyle L. Janek
Jon Lindsay
Jane Nelson
Steve Ogden
Bill Ratliff
Florence Shapiro
Todd Staples
Jeff Wentworth
Tommy Williams
 

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 43 Irma Rangel Democrat 01/14/2003 - 03/18/2003  
H District 43 Juan Escobar Democrat 05/09/2003 - 01/11/2005   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 62 Ron Clark Republican Elected but never sworn   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 62 Larry Phillips Republican 01/14/2003 - 01/11/2005  
S District 1 Bill Ratliff Republican 01/14/2003 - 01/10/2004  
S District 1 Kevin Eltife Republican 03/05/2004 - 01/09/2007   Not included in the statistics above.
S District 31 Teel Bivins Republican 01/14/2003 - 01/12/2004  
S District 31 Kel Seliger Republican 03/02/2004 - 01/11/2005   Not included in the statistics above.