Texas Senate, District 25

Texas Senate, District 25

District 25 of the Texas Senate is a senatorial district that currently serves all of Comal, Guadalupe, Hays and Kendall counties, and portions of Bexar and Travis counties in the U.S. state of Texas. The current Senator from District 25 is Jeff Wentworth.

Election history

Election history of District 25 from 1992. [Uncontested primary elections are not shown.]

Most recent election

2006

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 2006: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2006 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 132,872
percentage = 58.32
change = -8.41
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Kathleen “Kathi” Thomas
votes = 84,816
percentage = 37.23
change = +7.03
Election box candidate with party link
party= Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = James R. “Bob” Thompson
votes = 10,137
percentage = 4.45
change = +1.38
Election box majority
votes = 48,056
percentage = 21.09
change = -15.45
Election box turnout
votes = 227,825
percentage =
change = +11.14
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 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2002 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 136,802
percentage = 66.73
change = -20.70
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Joseph “Joe” P. Sullivan
votes = 61,899
percentage = 30.20
change = +17.63
Election box candidate with party link
party= Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = Rex Black
votes = 6,293
percentage = 3.07
change = +3.07
Election box majority
votes = 74,903
percentage = 36.54
change = -38.32
Election box turnout
votes = 204,994
percentage =
change = -36.86
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 2002: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2002 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = John H. Shields
votes = 25,265
percentage = 48.83
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 26,481
percentage = 51.17
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 1,216
percentage = 2.35
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 51,746
percentage =
change =

2000

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 2000: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 2000 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 283,857
percentage = 87.43
change = -12.57
Election box candidate with party link
party= Libertarian Party (US)
candidate = George Meeks
votes = 40,806
percentage = 12.57
change = +12.57
Election box majority
votes = 243,051
percentage = 74.86
change = -25.14
Election box turnout
votes = 324,663
percentage =
change = +45.11
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)

1996

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1996: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1996 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 223,739
percentage = 100.00
change = +24.97
Election box majority
votes = 223,739
percentage = 100.00
change = +46.58
Election box turnout
votes = 223,739
percentage =
change = +5.10
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Republican Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 1996: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1996 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Randy Staudt
votes = 24,930
percentage = 29.54
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 59,476
percentage = 70.46
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 34,546
percentage = 40.93
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 84,406
percentage =
change =

1994

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1994: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1994 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Jim Saunders
votes = 53,152
percentage = 24.97
change = -26.78
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent) [Wentworth was the District 26 incumbent prior to the 1994 Senate redistricting.]
votes = 159,729
percentage = 75.03
change = +26.78
Election box majority
votes = 106,577
percentage = 50.06
change = +46.58
Election box turnout
votes =
percentage =
change =
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 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1994 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Van Archer
votes = 21,341
percentage = 39.66
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Jeff Wentworth (Incumbent)
votes = 32,473
percentage = 60.34
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 11,132
percentage = 20.69
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 53,814
percentage =
change =

1992

Election box begin
title=Texas general election, 1992: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1992 General Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate with party link
party= Democratic Party (US)
candidate = Bill Sims (Incumbent)
votes = 98,763
percentage = 51.74
change =
Election box candidate with party link
party= Republican Party (US)
candidate = Troy Fraser
votes = 92,107
percentage = 48.26
change =
Election box majority
votes = 6,656
percentage = 3.49
change =
Election box turnout
votes = 190,870
percentage =
change =
Election box hold with party link no swing
winner = Democratic Party (US)
Election box begin no party
title=Democratic primary, 1992: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1992 Democratic Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Temple Dickson (Incumbent) [Dickson was the District 24 incumbent prior to the 1992 Senate redistricting.]
votes = 25,691
percentage = 34.64
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Bill Sims (Incumbent)
votes = 48,479
percentage = 65.36
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 22,788
percentage = 30.72
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes = 74,170
percentage =
change =
Election box begin no party
title=Republican primary, 1992: Senate District 25 [cite web | url = http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe | title = 1992 Republican Party Primary Election | accessdate = 2007-01-04 | publisher = Office of the Secretary of State (Texas)]
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Jim Deats
votes = 6,641
percentage = 25.36
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner = ✓
candidate = Troy Fraser
votes = 15,076
percentage = 57.58
change =
Election box candidate no party with winner
winner =
candidate = Charles Johnson
votes = 4,467
percentage = 17.06
change =
Election box majority no party
votes = 8,435
percentage = 32.21
change =
Election box turnout no party
votes =
percentage =
change =

District officeholders

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