U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions


District 32 (R-Dallas)

Contact Info


Website House website
Twitter @PeteSessions
Facebook Pete Sessions Fan Page

Political Profile


Current Office U.S. House of Representatives
District 32
Party Republican Party
Term Expiration 2014
Term Length 2 years
Salary $174,000 per year
U.S. House District 32 Info

Financial Statements


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Washington Office


Address 2233 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-2231

Texas Office


Address 12750 Merit Drive, Suite 1434
Dallas, TX 75251
Phone 972-392-0505

Committees


Rules (Chair)

Staffers


Lee Padilla Chief of Staff
Julia Griswold Executive Assistant
Lindsay Pitts Legislative Director
Caroline Boothe Press Secretary
Kevin Hubbard Legislative Assistant
Ryan Ethington Legislative Assistant
Genevieve Bresnahan Staff Assistant
Matt Garcia District Director
Justin Futch Outreach and Field Coordinator
Travis Reynolds Outreach Coordinator
Flo Helton Casework Administrator
Jennifer Lang Academic Liaison and Field Coordinator
Rachel Wong Communications Coordinator

Election Info


Election Outcome
2014 General Election Won with 61.81% of vote
2014 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 63.61% of vote
2012 General Election Won with 58.29% of vote
2012 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00% of vote
2010 General Election Won with 62.61% of vote
2010 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 83.72% of vote
2008 General Election Won with 57.25% of vote
2008 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00% of vote
2006 General Election Won with 56.42% of vote
2006 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00% of vote
2004 General Election Won with 54.32% of vote
2004 Republican Primary Election Won with 100.00% of vote
2002 General Election Won with 67.77% of vote
2002 Republican Primary Election Won with 93.49% of vote
2000 General Election Won with 54.04% of vote
2000 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00% of vote
1998 General Election Won with 55.77% of vote
1998 Republican Primary Won with 100.00% of vote
1996 November Special Election Won with 53.07% of vote
1996 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 58.13% of vote
1994 General Election Lost with 47.34% of vote
1994 Republican Primary Election Won with 56.37% of vote