Congressional District 35

2012 Election Results
2:45 am
Wed November 7, 2012

Veteran Congressman Lloyd Doggett Beats Narvaiz In Congressional District 35

Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett won support in CD 35 to defeat opponent Republican Susan Narvaiz
Ryan Loyd Texas Public Radio

Congressman Lloyd Doggett will be headed back to the nation’s Capital, but this time to represent an entirely new district. The 2010 Census birthed Congressional District 35 due to the rise in the Hispanic population, and on election night, Doggett proved to be the long-lasting representative he has come to be known for.

Doggett expressed some disappointment in moving on from a district that spanned the Rio Grande Valley to Bastrop.

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2012 Election
5:13 pm
Tue November 6, 2012

Narvaiz and Doggett In Race For New Congressional District 35

Congressional District 35 (in orange) stretches IH-35 from San Antonio to Austin.
State of Texas District Viewer

(Update: 12:00 a.m) Nearly 90 percent of the votes counted now and Doggett looks to be the winner still holding about 63 percent of the vote.

(Update: 10:30 p.m.) With 66 percent of the vote now counted, Doggett is maintaining 63 percent of the vote.

(Update: 9:00 p.m.) Texas Secretary of State's Office showing Doggett with about 63 percent of the vote, carrying the lead out of early voting, where he led by a nearly two to one margin.

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U.S. Congressional Race
4:30 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

The Race for Texas' New Congressional District 35

Central Texas Congressional Districts via the Texas Legislative Council's District Viewer. District 35 is the orange area stretching up IH-35.
State of Texas District Viewer

As Republican candidate Susan Narvaiz points out, both of the top candidates in the newly created Congressional District 35 race are newcomers being that District 35 is newly created; although Congressman Lloyd Doggett, who currently represents Texas' 25th District, has been in the political arena for quite some time.

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