Texas's 3rd Congressional District Special Election, 1991
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Texas's 3rd Congressional District Special Election, 1991

The 1991 United States House of Representatives special election in Texas's 3rd congressional district was held on May 18, 1991 to select the successor to Steve Bartlett (R) who was elected Mayor of Dallas. The primary was held on May 4, 1991, featuring mostly Republicans.

1991 Texas 3rd Special Primary[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Tom Pauken 15,018 27.5%
Republican Sam Johnson 10,855 19.9%
Republican Bill Hammond 6,756 12.4%
Republican Paul Zane Pilzer 5,909 10.8%
Republican Dan Branch 5,484 10.0%
Republican Pete Sessions 5,156 9.4%
Democratic Wayne Putnam 2,324 4.2%
Republican Farrell Ray 1,139 2.1%
Democratic Robert Lyle 806 1.5%
Independent Mel Richardson 802 1.5%
Independent Rufus Higginbotham 238 0.4%
Republican David Corley 168 0.3%
Total votes 54,655 100%

Runoff

1991 Texas 3rd Special Run-off[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Sam Johnson 24,004 52.6%
Republican Tom Pauken 21,647 47.4%
Total votes 45,651 100%
Republican hold

References

  1. ^ a b "CQ Politics in America Profile: Sam Johnson" (PDF). Congressional Quarterly. May 7, 2013. Retrieved 2018.



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