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Patrick Rose
Texas House of Representatives District 45
Former member
Term in office began
2003
Term in office ended
2010
Political party Democratic
Profession Attorney
Patrick Rose was a Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives. He represented District 45 from 2003 to 2010.

Rose received his J.D. from the University of Texas, Austin, and B.A. in Public Policy from Princeton University.

Rose is an Attorney with the Ratliff Law Firm. He is also a realtor and member of the Dripping Springs United Methodist Church.[1]

Issue positions

On his website Rose lists and explains his four core issues:[2]

  • Public Education - [Rose] believes that Robin Hood is broken and he is working with homeowners, parents, teachers and school leaders to fix it. The state must also increases its share of funding for public schools so that local school districts can keep more of their tax dollars at home."
  • Property Taxes & Appraisal Caps - "Rep. Rose understands that permanent property tax relief can only be guaranteed with appraisal caps."
  • Higher Education - "Rep. Rose believes that tuition deregulation should not be the future of funding at our universities and his main concern is its negative effect on the middle class."
  • Texas Manufacturers Caucus - "Rep. Patrick Rose is protecting Texas’ jobs from outsourcing by supporting our local manufacturing community. These business leaders are a vital source of economic growth and job creation." "With capital-intensive industries like manufacturing paying a disproportionate share of franchise and property taxes, we must join together to foster policy that encourages this sector of our economy."

Committee assignments

  • HB 706 - Relating to the imposition of background and criminal history check requirements for certain employees of and applicants for employment with the Department of Family and Protective Services.
  • HB 713 - Relating to authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds for the construction of a recital hall and theater center at Texas State University--San Marcos.
  • HB 1317 - Relating to the protection and care of individuals with mental retardation.
  • HB 2166 - Relating to increased oversight, openness, transparency, and accountability for water supply or sewer service corporations.[3]

Elections

2010

See also: Texas House of Representatives elections, 2010

Rose ran for re-election in District 45 and lost. He defeated Andrew Backus in the March 2 Democratic primary but was defeated by Republican Jason Isaac in the November 2 general election.[4]

Texas House of Representatives, District 45
2010 General election results
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Jason Isaac (R) 27,715 53.91%
Patrick Rose (D) 23,691 46.08%

2008

On November 4, 2008, Rose won re-election to the Texas House of Representatives from Texas's 45th District, defeating Matt Young (R) and Tom Gleinser (L).[5]

Rose raised $1,140,182 for his campaign while Young raised $8,837 and Gleinser raised $300.[6]

Texas House of Representatives, District 45
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Patrick Rose (D) 43,926 59.30%
Matt Young (R) 27,729 37.43%
Tom Gleinser (L) 2,411 3.25%

2006

On November 4, 2006, Rose won re-election to the Texas House of Representatives from Texas's District 45, defeating Jim Neuhaus (D) and Tom Gleinser (L).[7]

Rose raised $900,203 for his campaign while Neuhaus raised $39,902 and Gleinser raised $4,740.[8]

Texas House of Representatives, District 45 (2006)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Patrick Rose (D) 25,080
Jim Neuhaus (R) 14,949
Tom Gleinser (L) 1,686

2004

On November 4, 2004, Rose won re-election to the Texas House of Representatives from Texas's District 45, defeating Alan Askew (R).[9]

Rose raised $1,028,224 for his campaign while Askew raised $654,989.[10]

Texas House of Representatives, District 45 (2004)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Patrick Rose (D) 34,264
Alan Askew (R) 28,536

2002

On November 4, 2002, Rose won election to the Texas House of Representatives from Texas's District 45 District, defeating Rick Green (R) and John Schmidt (G).[11]

Rose raised $553,730 for his campaign, while Green raised $444,579 and Schmidt raised $919.[12]

Texas House of Representatives, District 45 (2002)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Patrick Rose (D) 18,633
Rick Green (R) 18,298
John Schmidt (G) 1,239

Campaign donors

2010

As of April 3, 2010, Rose has raised $379,632 for his 2010 election campaign.[13] For updated figures, check the Texas Ethics Commission Filings.

His six largest contributors in 2010 are:

Donor Amount
Reese, Mr & Mrs Michael & Pamela $25,000
Roberts, Mr & Mrs Susan Goff & Scott $17,360
Texans For Lawsuit Reform $13,493
Butt, Charles C $10,000
Jastrow, Mr & Mrs Kenneth & Susie $10,000
Crook, William H $10,000

2008

In the 2008 election, Rose raised a total of $1,140,182.[14]

His four largest contributors in 2008 were:

Donor Amount
Reese, Pamela $50,000
Perry, Bob J $37,500
Butt, Charles C $35,575
5 Donors, Each Donating $25,000 $25,000

2006

In the 2006 election, Rose raised a total of $900,203.[15]

His five largest contributors in 2006 were:

Donor Amount
Reese, Pamela $50,000
Texans for Lawsuit Reform $28,000
Roberts, Scott & Susan Goff $20,000
Perry, Bob J $15,000
H-E-B Grocery $15,000

2004

In the 2004 election, Rose raised a total of $1,028,224.[16]

His five largest contributors in 2004 were:

Donor Amount
Texans for Lawsuit Reform $77,500
Rhodes, Charlotte $35,075
Roberts, Scott & Susan Goff $25,500
Crook, Eleanore $20,000
Perry, Bob J $17,500

2002

In the 2002 election, Rose raised a total of $553,730.[17]

His five largest contributors in 2002 were:

Donor Amount
Texas Democratic Party $103,704
Rhodes, Charlotte $52,225
Texas Association Of Realtors $15,000
Linebarger, Dale & Libby $12,000
Crook, Eleanor $11,753

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Preceded by
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Texas House District 45
2003–2010
Succeeded by
Jason Isaac