U.S. Rep. Joe L. Barton


District 6 (R-Ennis)

Contact Info


Website House website
Twitter @RepJoeBarton
Facebook facebook.com/RepJoeBarton

Washington Office


Phone 202-225-2002
Room 2107 Rayburn HOB
Address 2109 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515

Political Profile


Current Office U.S. House of Representatives
District 6
Party Republican Party
Term Expiration 2016
Term Length 2 years

Financial Statements


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Texas Office


Phone 972-875-8488
Address 2106 A W Ennis Ave
Ennis, TX 75119

Texas Office


Phone 817-543-1000
Room Suite 200
Address 6001 West Ronald Reagan
Arlington, TX 76017

Staffers


Ryan Thompson Chief of Staff
Michael Weems Legislative Director
Sean Brown Communications Director
Nina Shelat Communications Assistant/Web Administrator
Julieann Martin Legislative Assistant
Emmanual Guillory Legislative Assistant
Jenny Howell Legislative Correspondent
Amy Murphy Office Manager

Election Info


Election Outcome
2014 General Election Won with 61.15%
2014 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 72.65%
2012 General Election Won with 58.03%
2012 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 63.22%
2010 General Election Won with 65.92%
2008 General Election Won with 62.02%
2008 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2006 General Election Won with 60.46%
2006 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2004 General Election Won with 66.02%
2004 Republican Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2002 General Election Won with 70.35%
2002 Republican Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2000 General Election Won with 88.11%
2000 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1998 General Election Won with 72.93%
1998 Republican Primary Won with 72.95%
1996 November Special Election Won with 77.12%
1996 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1994 General Election Won with 75.64%
1994 Republican Primary Election Won with 89.50%
U.S. Sen., 1993 Special Election Lost with 6.94%
1992 General Election Won with 71.90%
1992 Republican Primary Election Won with 79.08%