State Sen. Kel Seliger


District 31 (R-Amarillo)

Capitol Office


Phone 512-463-0131
Room 1E.12
Address P.O. Box 12068
Austin, TX 78711

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Political Profile


Current Office Texas Senate
District 31
Party Republican Party
Term Expiration 2018
Term Length 4 years

Financial Statements


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Senate Seating Assignment


Desk 31

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District Office


Phone 432-268-9909
Room Big Spring District Office
Address 401 Austin, Suite 101
Big Spring, TX 79720

District Office


Phone 432-620-0436
Room Midland District Office
Address 6 Desta Drive, Suite 3360
Midland, TX 79705

District Office


Phone 432-550-7476
Room Odessa District Office
Address 4840 E. University, Suite 205
Odessa, TX 79762

District Office


Phone 806-374-8994
Room Amarillo District Office (physical)
Address 410 S. Taylor, Suite 1600
Amarillo, TX 79105

District Office


Phone 806-374-8994
Room Amarillo District Office (mail)
Address P.O. Box 9155
Amarillo, TX 79105

Committees


Higher Education (Chair)
Select Committee on Government Facilities
Education
Finance
Natural Resources and Economic Development

Staffers


Ginger Averitt Chief of Staff
Becky Walker Legislative Director
May Gardner Office Manager
Taylor Ward Policy Analyst
Lorenzo Danielson Policy Analyst
Johanna Sheffield Communications Director
Sarah Harrington Senior Policy Analyst
Daniel Warner Committee Clerk
Gina Dowdy Media & Community Relations Director (Amarillo)
Jacob Reed Constituent Services Coordinator (Amarillo)
Juan Delgado Big Spring District Office Manager
Lauren Bradford Midland/Odessa District Director

Election Info


Election Outcome
2014 General Election Won with 90.42%
2014 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 52.43%
2012 General Election Won with 100.00%
2012 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 75.90%
2008 General Election Won with 90.21%
2008 Republican Party Primary Election Won with 100.00%
2004 General Election Won with 78.53%
2004 Republican Primary Election Won with 61.39%
Special Runoff Election, State Senate, District 31 Won with 56.15%
Special Election, State Senate, District 31 Went to runoff with 35.72%