U.S. Rep. Mike Conaway

District 11 (R-Midland)

Personal Profile

Full Name: Mike Conaway
Age: 66
Race: White
Education: B.B.A., Texas A & M University, 1970
Spouse: Suzanne Kidwell
Religion: Baptist

Financial Statements


Election Info

2014 General Election
Won with 90.27% of vote
2014 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 73.67% of vote
2012 General Election
Won with 78.63% of vote
2012 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 70.36% of vote
2010 General Election
Won with 80.84% of vote
2010 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 77.37% of vote
2008 General Election
Won with 88.33% of vote
2008 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2006 General Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2006 Republican Party Primary Election
Won with 100.00% of vote
2004 General Election
Won with 76.76% of vote
2004 Republican Primary Election
Won with 74.53% of vote
Special Runoff Election, US Representative District 19
Lost with 24.74% of vote
Special Election, US Representative District 19
Went to runoff with 21.02% of vote

Political Profile

Current Office: U.S. House of Representatives
District: 11
Party: Republican Party
Term Expiration: 2015
Term Length: 2 years
Salary: $174,000 per year
  • Ethics (Chair)
  • Agriculture
  • Armed Services
  • Intelligence, Select
U.S. House District 11 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: conaway.house.gov
Twitter: @ConawayTX11
Facebook: Fan Page
Washington Office
Address: 2430 Rayburn H.O.B.
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3605
Texas Office
Address: 6 Desta Drive, Suite 2000
Midland, TX 79705
Phone: 432-687-2390
Follow @ConawayTX11

Twitter Feed

  • The agreement announced today is a poorly negotiated deal for America and for the #Cuban people. The Committee will review this next year.

    9 hours ago

  • Time to act on the #KeystoneXL Pipeline. House has passed 9 bills authorizing construction of the #KeystonePipeline http://t.co/ZekbyL1bDF

    a month ago

  • #Lamesa #Cotton Day. A great day with the farmers and the men & women at the King Mesa Gin. #Agriculture #johndeere http://t.co/U8I0hxaG9k

    a month ago

  • @PCGNews @TexasFarmBureau & Lames Cotton Growers put together a #Cotton Field Day in #Lamesa #Texas on Friday http://t.co/n1ry8Sm1bl

    a month ago

  • #TBT Photo from 2007 with #SanAngelo #Marine Sarah Ford in Afghanistan She now owns #RanchRoadBoots http://t.co/8uXgyY9zsL

    2 months ago

  • On this day in 1942, the Japanese executed Dean E. Hallmark, an #DoolittleRaid hero & Robert Lee #Texas native. http://t.co/o71pcOku42

    2 months ago

  • “I’m unpersuaded with the reasons they’ve told me so far why they can’t get this done.” #APH #CropInsurance #FarmBill http://t.co/HwCO25oqh6

    2 months ago

  • #USDA needs to implement #APH High Risk and "Crazy High" Premiums for #Texas #farmers #CropInsurance #FarmBill http://t.co/hdRbcUFPvL

    2 months ago

  • RT @TexasWheat: Wheat growers sign up for insurance policies today without the APH adjustment in the #farmbill. Hope RMA can find a way to …

    3 months ago

  • An #AmericanHero, a Marine's #Marine will be laid to rest in #ArlingtonCemetery today https://t.co/OedxtiFoUS http://t.co/e8EdOiJNBF

    3 months ago