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On November 4, 2008, Corte won re-election to the [[Texas House of Representatives]] from the 122nd District, receiving 68,371 votes ahead of Democrat Frances Carnot (30,953) and Libertarian Sally Baynton (4,212).<ref>[http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe Texas
On November 4, 2008, Corte won re-election to the [[Texas House of Representatives]] from the 122nd District, receiving 68,371 votes ahead of Democrat Frances Carnot (30,953) and Libertarian Sally Baynton (4,212).<ref>[http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe Texas ]</ref> He raised $287,372 for his campaign; Carnot raised $28,111.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=99962 District 122 Texas House candidate funds, 2008]</ref>
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|Frank Corte, Jr.|
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|Texas House of Representatives District 122|
|1993 - 2013|
Corte is a graduate of the Army War College, and earned his B.S. in Building Construction from Texas A&M University.
He has worked as a Policy Planner for the United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command Korea, and served as Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.
Corte is a past Board Member/President of the Texas Conservative Coalition, Cubmaster for the Alamo Area Cub Scouts, and Deacon/Sunday School Teacher at the University Baptist Church.
- HB 36 - Relating to informed consent to an abortion.
- HB 40 - Relating to regulations on certain complementary and alternative health care services.
- HB 41 - Relating to creation of a public education voucher pilot program for certain children.
- HB 44 - Relating to disclosing information to persons obtaining emergency contraception.
On November 4, 2008, Corte won re-election to the Texas House of Representatives from the 122nd District, receiving 68,371 votes ahead of Democrat Frances Carnot (30,953) and Libertarian Sally Baynton (4,212). He raised $287,372 for his campaign; Carnot raised $28,111.
|Texas House of Representatives, District 122|
|Frank J. Corte, Jr. (R)||68,371||66.03%|
|Frances Carnot (D)||30,953||29.89%|
|Sally Baynton (L)||4,212||4.06%|
Corte raised $287,312 in 2008. His top 5 campaign contributors are listed below.
|Peter M & Julianna Hawn Holt||$10,000|
|Texas Builds Jobs & Opportunity For A Secure Future||$10,000|
|Texans for Lawsuit Reform||$6,000|
|Texas Oil & Gas Assoc||$5,000|
- Texas House of Representatives - Rep. Corte
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000, 1998
- Freedom Speaks profile
- Texas State Directory profile
- Texas Political Almanac HD 122 page
- Texas Tribune profile & bio
- Vote-TX.org profile
- State Surge profile
- Texas Conservative Coalition profile
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