Congressional Results

*=incumbent

(Travis Co. • Texas Total)


U.S. Senator

Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)*: 95,690 / 42.8% • 2,629,760 / 61.6%

Barbara Ann Radnofsky (D): 118,950 / 53.2% • 1,533,192 / 35.9%

Scott Lanier Jameson (L): 8,901 / 4.0% • 103,721 / 2.4%


U.S. Rep., District 10

Michael T. McCaul (R)*: 28,558 / 38.5% • 97,618 / 55.3%

Ted Ankrum (D): 41,302 / 55.6% • 71,232 / 40.4%

Michael Badnarik (L): 4,419 / 6.0% • 7,603 / 4.3%


U.S. Rep., District 21

Lamar Smith (R)*: 22,867 / 46.9% • 122,880 / 60.2%

John Courage (D): 14,617 / 30.0% • 49,909 / 24.5%

Gene Kelly (D): 7,839 / 16.1% • 18,355 / 9.0%

Tommy Calvert (I): 802 / 1.6% • 5,285 / 2.6%

James Arthur Strohm (L): 1,828 / 3.8% • 4,085 / 2.0%


U.S. Rep., District 25

Lloyd Doggett (D)*: 70,569 / 74.0% • 109,839 / 67.3%

Grant Rostig (R): 18,850 / 19.8% • 42,956 / 26.3%

Barbara Cunningham (L): 4,078 / 4.4% • 6,933 / 4.2%

Brian Parrett (I): 1,830 / 1.9% • 3,594 / 2.2%


U.S. Rep., District 31

John R. Carter (R)*: • 94,242 / 58.40%

Mary Beth Harrell (D): • 62,761 / 38.89%

Matt McAdoo (L): • 4,370 / 2.71%


Other Key U.S. House Races in Texas

(District: Democrat | Republican | Hold/Pickup)

22: Nick Lampson | Shelley Sekula Gibbs | D Pickup

17: Chet Edwards* | Van Taylor | D Hold

23:Ciro Rodriguez | Henry Bonilla* | RUN-OFF


Democratic U.S. Senate Pickups

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*=incumbent

(State: Democrat / Republican)

Rhode Island: Sheldon Whitehouse / Lincoln Chafee*

Pennsylvania: Robert Casey / Rick Santorum*

Ohio: Sherod Brown / Mike DeWine*

Missouri: Claire McCaskill / Jim Talent*

Montana: John Tester / Conrad Burns*

Virginia: James Webb / George Allen*


New Senate Breakdown: 51-49 Democrat

Current Senate Breakdown: 55-45 Republican


(U.S. House: GOP / DEM / OTHER)

2005: 233 / 201 / 1 Independent

2006: 196 / 229 / 10 Undecided

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