Thomas Kincaid, Jr.
|Thomas Kincaid, Jr.|
Texas House of Representatives, District 74
- B.S., Range Animal Science, Sul Ross State University, class of 1974.
- Licensed real estate appraiser.
- Former owner, construction company, 20 years.
- Candidate, Texas State House of Representatives, District 74, 2008.
- Former chairman, Pecos County Republican party.
- "Common Sense in Texas Government"
- Opposes increases in government spending.
- Supports a required super-majority vote on any proposal that would increase taxes.
- Supports a cap on any spending increase linked to inflation and population.
- Supports tort reform measures that encourage businesses to operate in Texas.
- Supports strong free markets.
- Supports strong 10th Amendment rights.
Kincaid lost election to Texas House of Representatives District 74 in 2010. He defeated Yolanda Garza in the March 2 Republican primary. He then defeated incumbent Democratic candidate Pete Gallego in the November 2 general election.
| Texas House of Representatives, District 74 |
2010 General election results
|Pete Gallego (D)||15,720||54.81%|
|Thomas Kincaid, Jr. (R)||12,957||45.18%|
His five largest contributors in 2010 are:
|Kincaid Sr, Thomas||$2,000|
|Kincaid Jr, Thomas||$1,000|
|Kincaid Sr, Thomas||$1,000|
|Kincaid Jr, Thomas||$800|
On November 4, 2008, Kincaid lost election to the [[Texas House of Representatives] from Texas's 74th District, to opponent Pete Gallego (D). Kincaid received 14,633 votes in the election while Gallego received 26,235 votes. Kincaid raised $8,550 for his campaign; Gallego raised $458,786 .
|Texas House of Representatives, District 74|
|Pete Gallego (D)||26,235||64.19%|
|Thomas Kincaid, Jr. (R)||14,633||35.80%|
Community service and involvement
- Chairman, Rio Grande Advisory Committee, For Stockton.
- Elder, First Presbyterian Church of West Stockton.
- Lay pastor, Tres Rios Presbytery.
- Former member, Tres Rios Church Development Committee.
- Former teacher, high school church school class.
- Former member, Fort Stockton High School Campus Improvement Committee.
- Former den leader, Cub Scouts.
Kincaid and his wife, Dru, have two sons, Kyle, aged 30, and James, 26. Kyle, a decorated Iraq war veteran, lives with his wife and daughter in Fort Stockton.
1008 North kansas Street
Fort Stockton, Texas 79735
P.O Box 1371
Fort Stockton, Texas 79735
Phone: (432) 336-2120
- Official Campaign website
- Official Facebook Page
- Texas House GOP YouTube Channel
- Official Campaign Contributions
- Contributions, Follow the Money
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Texas Tribune Profile
- Imagine Election Profile
- Thomas Kincaid, Jr. campaign site
- Official Texas Election Results
- Follow the Money - 2010 contributions to Thomas Kincaid, Jr
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- District 74 Texas House candidate funds, 2008