Representative Carol Kent
Democrat, District 102
Wikipedia BioDemocrat Carol Kent was elected to the Texas House of Representatives with 53 percent of the vote, upsetting long-time Republican incumbent Tony Goolsby in 2008. Representative Kent is currently serving her first term in District 102, which encompasses the Western part of Garland and a portion of North Dallas in Texas.
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RolesHouse, session 81st
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Paul Sadler Election Results: Democratic Candidate Projected To Lose In Texas ...
Nov 7, 2012Paul Sadler Election Results: Democratic Candidate Projected To Lose In Texas ...
Kent Conrad (D). The next closest Democratic performances in the state this year occurred in the races for Congress and public service commissioner. In the congressional race, Republican Public Service Commissioner Kevin Cramer defeated Democrat former ...
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What to watch for tonight . . aside from the obvious
Nov 6, 2012
Houston Chronicle (blog)What to watch for tonight . . aside from the obvious
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1) At the Federal level the two races to watch are Congressional District 14, Ron Paul's old district, featuring former Congressman Nick Lampson running against State Representative Randy Weber. Look for an upset ... Kenneth Sheets; HD 114 Carol Kent vs.Houston Chronicle (blog)
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HR 2275Commending Mahsa Kashkooly for her service as an intern in the office of Stat...
May 19, 2009
HB 1795Relating to newborn screening and the creation of the Newborn Screening Advis...
February 25, 2009
HB 3303Relating to the use of information and records acquired during a fatality rev...
March 11, 2009
HB 51Relating to measures to enhance and maintain the quality of state universitie...
November 10, 2008
HR 3101Commending Rhea Allison for his service as a member of the Richardson City Co...
May 31, 2009
All By Industry
Democratic Party Committees$236,938.00
Attorneys & Law Firms$172,167.00
Democratic Based Groups (But Not Official Party Committees) And Generic Liberal/Progressive Ones$171,809.00
Top Individual Contributions
House Democratic Campaign Cmte$48,928.00
Texans For Insurance Reform$40,000.00
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