Elected Representatives

Federal Officials

JOHN CORNYN (R-TX) U.S. Senator 
517 Hart Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
202) 224-2934


5300 Memorial Drive, Suite 980
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 572-3337

 

TED CRUZ (R-TX), U.S. Senator
404 Russell Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-5922


808 Travis St.
Ste 1420
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 718-3057

 

DAN CRENSHAW (R-TX 2nd District), U.S. Representative
413 Cannon HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
(202) 225-6565
(866) 425-6565 


1801 Kingwood Dr.
Suite 240
Kingwood, TX 77339
(281) 446-0242
(877) 446-0242 

KEVIN BRADY (R-TX 8th District), U.S. Representative

1011 Longworth HOB 
Washington, DC 20515 
(202) 225-4901

200 River Point, Suite 304
Conroe, TX 77304
(936) 441-5700

State Officials

GREG ABBOTT (R), Governor of Texas
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711-2428


Office of the Governor
State Insurance Building
1100 San Jacinto
Austin, TX  78701
(512) 463-2000

BRANDON CREIGHTON (R), Texas Senate District 4

P.O. Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, TX 78711

(512) 463-0104

2829 Technology Forest, Suite 240

The Woodlands, TX 77381

(281) 292-4128

 

JOHN WHITMIRE (D), Texas Senate District 15

P.O. Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, TX 78711

(512) 463-0115

803 Yale Street

Houston, TX 77007

(713) 864-8701
 

DAN HUBERTY (R), Texas House District 127
Room E2.408
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
(512) 463-0520


4501 Magnolia Cove, Suite 201
Kingwood, Texas 77345
(281) 360-9410

Become a Precinct Chair 

In Harris County 

In Montgomery County 

Precinct Chairs and Captains

2020-2022

Texas Senate District 4, 

Harris County

WHAT IS A PRECINCT CHAIR?

The position of Precinct Chair is a Democratic Party office, elected every two years in Democratic Primary elections. Each Precinct Chair represents the voting precinct in which he/she lives. In Harris County, that person serves on the HCDP Executive Committee (CEC). Between primary elections, the county party may appoint someone to fill a vacancy.

A Precinct Chair's duties include supporting Democratic candidates or officeholders on the ballot, maintaining contact with Democratic voters who live in the precinct, and attending quarterly CEC meetings as a voting member.

Precinct Chairs are not required to be election judges in their polling locations; however, they are given priority to serve as election judges if they wish to do so.

0097    Darnella Wilkerson

0098    VACANT

0103    Charles Crews

0199    Phillip McNutt

0340    Charlotte Reinemeyer

0351    David Nicholls

0351    Ana Luke (Captain)

0357    Pam Spivey

0357    Carly Hudson

0452    VACANT

0459    Jane Leckey

0462    Tony Morales

0502    VACANT

0531    VACANT

0546    Lori Hathaway

0563    VACANT

0590    Deborah Mowrey

0604    VACANT

0612    Ben Dailey

0635    VACANT

0636    VACANT

0658    Patty Doyle

0659    Linda Abdmoulaie

0659    Linda Barton (Captain)

0670    Maggie Wickwire

0670    John Cotter (Captain)

0670    Lauren Summerville (Captain)

0670    Elizabeth Stern (Captain)

0674    Barbara Madera

0700    VACANT

0735    VACANT

0758    Egberto Willies 

0758    Deanie Allen (Captain)

0760    Kevin McManis

0955    Robin Fulford

0988    VACANT

1008    VACANT