Redistricting Committee, Texas House of Representatives

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Senate Committees

The Redistricting Committee is a standing committee of the Texas House of Representatives.



The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.

Redistricting Members, 2013
Democratic members (4)Republican members (5)
Yvonne Davis, Vice-chairDrew Darby, Chair
Rene OliveiraBrandon Creighton
Joe PickettLarry Gonzales
Senfronia ThompsonTodd Hunter
Jim Keffer


The following table describes committee membership for the 2011 legislative session.


As of March 18, 2011 seven bills have been referred to the committee:[1]

  • HB 150: - "Relating to the composition of the districts for the election of members of the Texas House of Representatives."[1]
  • HB 600 - "Relating to the composition of the districts for the election of members of the State Board of Education."[1]
  • HB 900 - "Relating to the composition of the congressional districts for the State of Texas."[1]
  • HB 1227 - "Relating to the inclusion of an incarcerated person in the population data used for redistricting according to the person's last residence before incarceration."[1]
  • SB 1430 - "Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission."[1]
  • HJR 20 - "Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the Texas Legislature or the United States House of Representatives."[1]
  • HJR 95 - "Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures."[1]


As of March 18, 2011 the Senate Redistricting Committee has held two hearings. Hearings are listed below by the date which they occurred. The public notice, minutes, and witness list are provided for each hearing.

  • March 1, 2011:
  • March 15, 2011:


The following table describes committee membership for the 2009 legislative session.

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