Legislator District Party Score
Rodney Anderson
106 Republican 15
Erwin Cain
3 Republican 15
Wayne Christian
9 Republican 15
Brandon Creighton
16 Republican 15
Dan Flynn
2 Republican 15
Bryan Hughes
5 Republican 15
Jason Isaac
45 Republican 15
Phil King
61 Republican 15
Jim Landtroop
85 Republican 15
Jodie Laubenberg
89 Republican 15
Sid Miller
59 Republican 15
Tan Parker
63 Republican 15
Ken Paxton
70 Republican 15
Charles Perry
83 Republican 15
Larry Phillips
62 Republican 15
Kenneth Sheets
107 Republican 15
David Simpson
7 Republican 15
Randy Weber
29 Republican 15
James White
12 Republican 15
William Zedler
96 Republican 15
Dennis Bonnen
25 Republican 14
Stefani Carter
102 Republican 14
Gary Elkins
135 Republican 14
Linda Harper-Brown
105 Republican 14
Ken Legler
144 Republican 14
Burt Solomons
65 Republican 14
Van Taylor
66 Republican 14
Paul Workman
47 Republican 14
Jose Aliseda
35 Republican 12
Charles Anderson
56 Republican 12
Leo Berman
6 Republican 12
Cindy Burkett
101 Republican 12
William Callegari
132 Republican 12
Tom Craddick
82 Republican 12
Allen Fletcher
130 Republican 12
John Frullo
84 Republican 12
John Garza
117 Republican 12
Lois Kolkhorst
13 Republican 12
Rob Orr
58 Republican 12
Debbie Riddle
150 Republican 12
Ralph Sheffield
55 Republican 12
Larry Taylor
24 Republican 12
Marva Beck
57 Republican 11
Dwayne Bohac
138 Republican 11
Angie Button
112 Republican 11
Kelly Hancock
91 Republican 11
Charlie Howard
26 Republican 11
Dan Huberty
127 Republican 11
George Lavender
1 Republican 11
Jerry Madden
67 Republican 11
Geanie Morrison
30 Republican 11
Jim Murphy
133 Republican 11
Charles Schwertner
20 Republican 10
Jimmie Aycock
54 Republican 9
Dan Branch
108 Republican 9
Warren Chisum
88 Republican 9
Sarah Davis
134 Republican 9
Joe Driver
113 Republican 9
Charlie Geren
99 Republican 9
Mike Hamilton
19 Republican 9
Harvey Hilderbran
53 Republican 9
Todd Hunter
32 Republican 9
Jim Jackson
115 Republican 9
Tim Kleinschmidt
17 Republican 9
Tryon Lewis
81 Republican 9
Doug Miller
73 Republican 9
Aaron Pena
40 Republican 9
Connie Scott
34 Republican 9
Todd Smith
92 Republican 9
John Zerwas
28 Republican 9
Myra Crownover
64 Republican 8
Drew Darby
72 Republican 8
Patricia Harless
126 Republican 8
Susan King
71 Republican 8
John Kuempel
44 Republican 8
Barbara Nash
93 Republican 8
John Otto
18 Republican 8
Walter Price
87 Republican 8
Mark Shelton
97 Republican 8
Raul Torres
33 Republican 8
Vicki Truitt
98 Republican 8
John Smithee
86 Republican 7
Byron Cook
8 Republican 6
Rob Eissler
15 Republican 6
Lance Gooden
4 Republican 6
Will Hartnett
114 Republican 6
Lanham Lyne
69 Republican 6
Wayne Smith
128 Republican 6
Beverly Woolley
136 Republican 6
Fred Brown
14 Republican 5
Larry Gonzales
52 Republican 5
Richard Hardcastle
68 Republican 5
Chuck Hopson
11 Republican 5
Jim Keffer
60 Republican 5
Lyle Larson
122 Republican 5
Diane Patrick
94 Republican 4
Jim Pitts
10 Republican 4
Alma Allen
131 Democrat 2
Roberto Alonzo
104 Democrat 2
Carol Alvarado
145 Democrat 2
Rafael Anchia
103 Democrat 2
Lon Burnam
90 Democrat 2
Barbara Caraway
110 Democrat 2
Joaquin Castro
125 Democrat 2
Garnet Coleman
147 Democrat 2
John Davis
129 Republican 2
Yvonne Davis
111 Democrat 2
Joe Deshotel
22 Democrat 2
Dawnna Dukes
46 Democrat 2
Harold Dutton
142 Democrat 2
Craig Eiland
23 Democrat 2
Joe Farias
118 Democrat 2
Jessica Farrar
148 Democrat 2
Trey Fischer
116 Democrat 2
Pete Gallego
74 Democrat 2
Helen Giddings
109 Democrat 2
Veronica Gonzales
41 Democrat 2
Naomi Gonzalez
76 Democrat 2
Ryan Guillen
31 Democrat 2
Roland Gutierrez
119 Democrat 2
Ana Hernandez
143 Democrat 2
Scott Hochberg
137 Democrat 2
Donna Howard
48 Democrat 2
Eric Johnson
100 Democrat 2
Tracy King
80 Democrat 2
J.M. Lozano
43 Democrat 2
Eddie Lucio
38 Democrat 2
Dee Margo
78 Republican 2
Marisa Márquez
77 Democrat 2
Armando Martinez
39 Democrat 2
Ruth McClendon
120 Democrat 2
José Menéndez
124 Democrat 2
Borris Miles
146 Democrat 2
Sergio Muñoz
36 Democrat 2
Elliott Naishtat
49 Democrat 2
René Oliveira
37 Democrat 2
Joe Pickett
79 Democrat 2
Chente Quintanilla
75 Democrat 2
Richard Raymond
42 Democrat 2
Ron Reynolds
27 Democrat 2
Allan Ritter
21 Republican 2
Eddie Rodriguez
51 Democrat 2
Mark Strama
50 Democrat 2
Senfronia Thompson
141 Democrat 2
Sylvester Turner
139 Democrat 2
Marc Veasey
95 Democrat 2
Mike Villarreal
123 Democrat 2
Hubert Vo
149 Democrat 2
Armando Walle
140 Democrat 2
Joe Straus
121 Republican 0
Bill Position

Re-election of the Speaker of the House

House Record Vote: 1
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SB 2, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Shelton: Removing seniority as measure for furloughs

House Record Vote: 16
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SB 2, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 18 by Gooden: Increasing spending from General Revenue by creating an earmark for UT-Tyler

House Record Vote: 19
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SB 1, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 4 by Simpson: Removing inappropriate pre-payment of sales & use tax that raises the cost of doing business

House Record Vote: 25
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SB 1, 1st Called, Motion to Table Amendment 11 by Zedler: Removing the "Amazon tax"

House Record Vote: 26
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SB 2, 1st Called, Amendment 3 by P. King, et al: Removing language tapping the ESF

House Record Vote: 58
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SB 14: Voter ID

House Record Vote: 149
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HB 275, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Coleman: Increasing draw from ESF

House Record Vote: 194
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HB 275, Motion to Table Amendment 7 by P. King: Tying authorization for ESF expenditures to cuts in supplemental appropriations bill (HB 4)

House Record Vote: 197
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HB 1, Amendment 6 by Simpson: Transferring money from the Commission on the Arts to Dept. of Aging and Disability Services

House Record Vote: 215
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 102 by Solomons: Transferring money from the Texas Education Agency to the Foundation Schools Program

House Record Vote: 233
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 106 by Gallego: Creating a Foundations School Program shortfall in FY2013

House Record Vote: 234
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 132 by Villarreal: Taking $250 million from ESF to fund a grant program

House Record Vote: 240
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 234 by Orr: Removing funds from cancer research

House Record Vote: 253
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HB 1, Motion to Table Amendment 254 by Martinez Fischer: Creating a mid-biennium shortfall

House Record Vote: 254
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HB 365: Eroding property rights in the City of Houston

House Record Vote: 340
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SB 18, Amendment 3 by Sheffield: Strengthening property rights by requiring a taking to be necessary

House Record Vote: 346
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SB 18, Motion to Table Amendment 15 by Kolkhorst: Adding a "buyback" provision to the taking of private property

House Record Vote: 352
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HB 5: Interstate Health Care Compact

House Record Vote: 500
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HB 1451: Creating new regulations and bureaucracy

House Record Vote: 531
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SB 655, Amendment 3 by Cook: Moving from three statewide elected railroad commissioners to one

House Record Vote: 592
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SB 655, Motion to Table Amendment 34 by Villareal: Eliminating the high-cost natural gas exemption

House Record Vote: 625
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HB 1992: Creating new fees for the Animal Health Commission

House Record Vote: 681
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HB 1, Motion to Instruct: Conferees should not use ESF

House Record Vote: 792
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HB 2610: New program training people how to teach others how to apply for state benefits

House Record Vote: 806
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HB 274: Creating a "loser pay" system in Texas

House Record Vote: 857
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SB 1693, Motion to Table Amendment 2 by Turner: Imposing rate restrictions on the electric market

House Record Vote: 862
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SB 1125: Creating new energy programs and interfering in the marketplace

House Record Vote: 932
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HB 13: Reforming Medicaid and bringing about cost savings

House Record Vote: 955
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HB 272: Reforming TWIA

House Record Vote: 965
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HB 3036: Allowing cities to levy a street maintenance tax for ten years instead of four

House Record Vote: 970
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HB 2592, Motion to Table Amendment 3 by Elkins: Limiting the bill's interference in the marketplace

House Record Vote: 971
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HB 3310: Using state incentives for the purchase of electric-powered vehicles

House Record Vote: 975
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HB 335: Requiring state agencies to report on the costs of implementing ObamaCare

House Record Vote: 1012
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HB 2594: Interfering in the credit and short-term lending marketplace

House Record Vote: 1032
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HB 2507: Creating a new licensing requirement for lawn irrigation system installers, discouraging market entry by incumbents

House Record Vote: 1102
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SB 420: Allowing counties to bill the sponsors of resident aliens in covering medical costs

House Record Vote: 1105
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HCR 50: Exerting Texas' 10th Amendment rights

House Record Vote: 1150
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SB 23: Reforming health and human services programs

House Record Vote: 1173
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SB 1811, Amendment 45 by Cain: Making the budget more transparent

House Record Vote: 1209
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SB 738, Amendment 2 by Villarreal: Allowing parents more control in turning failing schools into charters

House Record Vote: 1311
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Sponsorship: Strengthening the constitutional spending limit

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Sponsorship: Protecting Taxpayers

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Sponsorship: Limiting Government Overreach

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Sponsorship: Reforming the Gross Margins Tax

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Sponsorship: Tax Reforms Protecting Veterans and Service Members

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Sponsorship: Government Reform

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Sponsorship: Integrity in Government

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