U.S. Rep. Sam Johnson


District 3 (R-Richardson)

Contact Info


Website House website
Twitter @SamsPressShop
Facebook Sam Johnson Fan Page

Washington Office


Phone 202-225-4201
Room 1511 Longworth HOB
Address 1511 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515

Political Profile


Current Office U.S. House of Representatives
District 3
Party Republican Party
Term Expiration 2016
Term Length 2 years

Financial Statements


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Texas Office


Phone 972-470-0892
Address 2929 N. Central Expy, Ste 240
Richardson, TX 75080

Staffers


Christina Swisher Staff Assistant
Bryan White District Constituent Services
Susan Fischer District Field Coordinator
Lori McMahon District Director
Mark Williams Legislative Director
David Eiselsberg Tax Policy Adviser
Beth Nelson Health Policy Adviser
Dave Heil Chief of Staff
Thomas Hester Legislative Correspondent
Haley Graves Communications Director
Lauren Schultz Executive Assistant
McCall Avery Media Liaison
Jett Thompson Legislative Assistant
Shelby Krause District Staff Assistant

Election Info


Election Outcome
2014 General Election Won with 81.99%
2014 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 80.50%
2012 General Election Won with 100.00%
2012 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 83.06%
2010 General Election Won with 66.28%
2008 General Election Won with 59.75%
2008 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 86.93%
2006 General Election Won with 62.51%
2006 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2004 General Election Won with 85.62%
2004 Republican Primary Election Won with 84.06%
2002 General Election Won with 73.95%
2002 Republican Primary Election Won with 84.34%
2000 General Election Won with 71.59%
2000 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 93.49%
1998 General Election Won with 91.21%
1998 Republican Primary Won with 100.00%
1996 November Special Election Won with 36.49%
1996 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
1994 General Election Won with 90.96%
1994 Republican Primary Election Won with 88.76%
1992 General Election Won with 86.09%
1992 Republican Primary Election Won with 83.14%