U.S. Rep. John R. Carter

District 31 (R-Round Rock)

Personal Profile

Full Name: John R. Carter
Age: 72
Race: White
Education: B.A., Texas Tech University, 1965; J.D., University of Texas, 1969
Spouse: Erika

Financial Statements



U.S. House District 31

Election Info

2014 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2012 General Election
Won with 61.29% of vote
2012 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 75.99% of vote
2010 General Election
Won with 82.54% of vote
2010 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 89.85% of vote
2008 General Election
Won with 60.27% of vote
2008 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2006 General Election
Won with 58.48% of vote
2006 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2004 General Election
Won with 64.77% of vote
2004 Republican Primary Election
Won with 69.53% of vote
2002 General Election
Won with 69.08% of vote
2002 Republican Primary Runoff Election
Won with 56.84% of vote
2002 Republican Primary Election
Went to runoff with 26.00% of vote

Political Profile

Current Office: U.S. House of Representatives
District: 31
Party: Republican Party
Term Expiration: 2014
Term Length: 2 years
Salary: $174,000 per year
  • Appropriations
John Stone Chief of Staff
Ryan Stalnaker Legislative Director
Holly Noles Scheduler
Steve Gilleland Legislative Assistant
Elizabeth Hoffman Legislative Assistant
Taylor Gilliam Legislative Correspondent
Matthew Hawkins Staff Assistant
U.S. House District 31 Facts
District Map (pdf)
Population & Household Profile
Education & Employment Profile
Income & Housing Profile
County Report (pdf)
City & CDP Report (pdf)
School District Report (pdf)
Zip Code Report (pdf)
Precinct Report (pdf)

Contact Info

Website: House website
Twitter: @RepJohnCarter
Facebook: facebook.com/judgecarter
Washington Office
Address: 409 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3864
Texas Office
Address: One Financial Centre, 1717 North IH 35, 303
Round Rock, TX 78664
Phone: 512-246-1600
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