Texas Senate, District 4

Texas Senate, District 4

District 4 of the Texas Senate is a senatorial district that serves all of Liberty and Orange counties, and portions of Chambers, Harris, Jefferson and Montgomery counties in the southeastern portion of the state of Texas. The current Senator from District 4 is Tommy Williams.

Election history

Election history of District 4 from 1992. [Uncontested primary elections are not shown.]

Most recent election

2004

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 2004: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2004 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Tommy Williams (Incumbent)
votes = 176,464
percentage = 100.00
change = +36.47
Election box majority
votes = 176,464
percentage = 100.00
change = +72.93
Election box turnout
votes = 176,464
percentage =
change = +15.30
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)

Previous elections

2002

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 2002: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2002 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Tommy Williams
votes = 97,237
percentage = 63.53
change = +18.69
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Mike Smith
votes = 55,808
percentage = 36.47
change = -18.69
Election box majority
votes = 41,429
percentage = 27.07
change = +16.76
Election box turnout
votes = 153,045
percentage =
change = +10.28
Election box gain with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)
loser = Democratic Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary runoff, 2002: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2002 Republican Party Primary Runoff Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Michael Galloway
votes = 5,320
percentage = 46.11
change = +11.32
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Tommy Williams
votes = 6,218
percentage = 53.89
change = +8.69
Election box majority no party
votes = 898
percentage = 0.92
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 11,538
percentage =
change =
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 2002: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2002 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Martin Basaldua
votes = 4,571
percentage = 20.01
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Michael Galloway
votes = 7,947
percentage = 34.79
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Tommy Williams
votes = 10,327
percentage = 45.20
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 22,845
percentage =
change =

1998

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1998: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1998 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Michael Galloway (Incumbent)
votes = 62,237
percentage = 44.85
change = -7.90
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = David Bernson
votes = 76,540
percentage = 55.15
change = +7.90
Election box majority
votes = 14,303
percentage = 10.31
change = +4.82
Election box turnout
votes = 138,777
percentage =
change = -7.64
Election box gain with party link no swing
winner = Democratic Party (US)
loser = Republican Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 1998: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1998 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Michael Galloway (Incumbent)
votes = 9,834
percentage = 53.93
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Bill Leigh
votes = 8,400
percentage = 46.07
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 1,434
percentage = 1.87
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes =
percentage =
change =

1994

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1994: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1994 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Carl A. Parker (Incumbent)
votes = 71,102
percentage = 47.26
change = -7.31
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Michael Galloway
votes = 79,252
percentage = 52.74
change = +7.31
Election box majority
votes = 8,240
percentage = 5.48
change = -3.65
Election box turnout
votes = 150,264
percentage =
change = -28.70
Election box gain with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)
loser = Democratic Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 1994: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1994 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Jim Alexander
votes = 6,862
percentage = 49.75
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Michael Galloway
votes = 6,932
percentage = 50.25
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 70
percentage = 0.09
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 13,794
percentage =
change =

1992

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1992: Senate District 4 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1992 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-02 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Carl A. Parker (Incumbent)
votes = 114,999
percentage = 54.57
change =
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Michael Galloway
votes = 95,741
percentage = 45.43
change =
Election box majority
votes = 19,258
percentage = 9.14
change =
Election box turnout
votes = 210,740
percentage =
change =
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Democratic Party (US)

District officeholders

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