U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson


District 30 (D-Dallas)

Contact Info


Website House website
Twitter @RepEBJ
Facebook Eddie Bernice Johnson Fan Page

Washington Office


Phone (202) 225 – 8885
Room 2468
Address Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

Political Profile


Current Office U.S. House of Representatives
District 30
Party Democratic Party
Term Expiration 2016
Term Length 2 years

Financial Statements


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Texas Office


Phone 214-922-8885
Address 3102 Maple Ave, Suite 600
Dallas, TX 75201

Staffers


Murat Gokcigdem Chief of Staff
Esperanza Worley Scheduler
Rod Givens District Director
Erickrica Freeman Director of Operations
Yinka Robinson Director of Communications
Carrie Palmer Senior Legislative Assistant
Michael Brain Legislative Assistant
Nawaid Ladak Staff Assistant
Luke Harvey Constituent Services Liaison
Sarah Davenport Outreach Liaison
Joe Green-Bishop District Media Advisor
Chad Stanton Case Worker
Corina Cline Staff Assistant

Election Info


Election Outcome
2014 General Election Won with 87.94%
2014 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 69.93%
2012 General Election Won with 78.86%
2012 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 70.05%
2010 General Election Won with 75.73%
2008 General Election Won with 82.48%
2008 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2006 General Election Won with 80.19%
2006 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2004 General Election Won with 46.52%
2004 Democratic Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2002 General Election Won with 74.26%
2002 Democratic Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2000 General Election Won with 91.76%
2000 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1998 General Election Won with 72.23%
1998 Democratic Primary Won with 100.00%
1996 November Special Election Won with 54.59%
1996 Democratic Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1994 General Election Won with 72.63%
1994 Democratic Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1992 General Election Won with 71.53%
1992 Democratic Primary Election Won with 91.64%