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Redistricting legislation

The Legislative Reference Library has compiled a list of all redistricting bills introduced in the Texas Legislature from the 27th Legislature (1901) through the 84th Legislature(2015). You may limit your results by type of redistricting legislation and by the final status of the bill.

185 bills found [  Type: Other  Status: All   ]             Limit results to:
Legislature Bill Caption Redistricting type Status
85th R.S. HB 369 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
85th R.S. SB 209 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
85th R.S. HJR 32 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
85th R.S. HJR 74 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
85th R.S. HJR 118 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
84th R.S. HB 427 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
84th R.S. HJR 49 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
84th R.S. HJR 122 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
84th R.S. HJR 133 Proposing a constitutional amendment to establish certain principles and procedures for the drawing of districts for the Texas Senate, the Texas House of Representatives, and the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
83rd 1st C.S. HB 1 Relating to the composition of districts for the election of members of the Texas Legislature and the United States House of Representatives from Texas.   Other Did not pass
83rd 1st C.S. HB 46 Relating to the inclusion of an incarcerated person in the population data used for redistricting according to the person's last residence before incarceration.   Other Did not pass
83rd 1st C.S. SB 1 Relating to the composition of districts for the election of members of the Texas Legislature and the United States House of Representatives from Texas.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. HB 145 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. HB 329 Relating to the inclusion of an incarcerated person in the population data used for redistricting according to the person's last residence before incarceration.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. HB 684 Relating to the inclusion of an incarcerated person in the population data used for redistricting according to the person's last residence before incarceration.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. SB 104 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. HJR 38 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
83rd R.S. HJR 116 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to redistrict the Texas Legislature and Texas congressional districts and revising procedures for redistricting.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. HB 104 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. SB 315 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. HJR 19 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. HJR 53 Proposing a constitutional amendment to replace the attorney general on the legislative redistricting board with the commissioner of agriculture.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. HJR 90 Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the state legislature or the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. HJR 135 Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the state legislature or the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
81st R.S. SJR 41 Proposing a constitutional amendment to replace the attorney general on the legislative redistricting board with the commissioner of agriculture.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HB 112 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HB 2803 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HB 3389 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HB 3777 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. SB 1068 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HJR 22 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HJR 31 Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the state legislature or the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
80th R.S. HJR 101 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HB 2170 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HB 2676 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HB 2752 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HB 2869 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. SB 1404 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HJR 64 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HJR 83 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HJR 93 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. HJR 95 Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the state legislature or the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
79th R.S. SJR 8 Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the time in which the legislature may enact or modify districts for the state legislature or the United States House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
78th 3rd C.S. HB 27 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 3rd C.S. HB 42 Relating to the redistricting of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 3rd C.S. SB 7 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 3rd C.S. HJR 1 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
78th 3rd C.S. HJR 5 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission to redistrict congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
78th 2nd C.S. HB 49 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 1st C.S. HB 88 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 1st C.S. SB 6 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 1st C.S. SB 48 Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th 1st C.S. HJR 1 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
78th 1st C.S. SJR 2 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
78th R.S. SB 90 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
78th R.S. SJR 6 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and revising constitutional redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. SB 147 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. HJR 20 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the composition of the Texas House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. HJR 95 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the time for legislative and congressional redistricting following release of the federal decennial census.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. HJR 107 Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the number of state senators from 31 to 50.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. SJR 5 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing the Texas Redistricting Commission to determine legislative and congressional districts and revising the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
77th R.S. SJR 35 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the time for legislative and congressional redistricting following release of the federal decennial census.   Other Did not pass
76th R.S. HB 3054 Relating to certain processes and procedures involving the redistricting of congressional, legislative, and State Board of Education districts.   Other Did not pass
76th R.S. SB 837 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
76th R.S. HJR 70 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the composition of the Texas House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
76th R.S. SJR 27 Proposing a constitutional amendment to create the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and to revise the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. HB 3119 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. SB 1564 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. HJR 28 Proposing a constitutional amendment to require certain counties to be contained wholly within a single congressional district.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. HJR 85 Proposing a constitutional amendment to create the Texas Redistricting Commission and to revise the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. HJR 106 Proposing a constitutional amendment to create the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and to revise the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
75th R.S. SJR 41 Proposing a constitutional amendment to create the Texas Redistricting Commission to establish legislative and congressional districts and to revise the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
74th R.S. SB 1368 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative, congressional, and judicial districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission.   Other Did not pass
74th R.S. HR 1242 Directing the attorneys representing the state to seek a judgement from the court that allows for the use of the state representative districts described in PLANH846.
Use of state representative PLAN846  
Other Passed
74th R.S. HJR 95 Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing a redistricting commission to propose redistricting plans to the legislature and revising certain redistricting procedures.   Other Did not pass
74th R.S. SJR 52 Proposing a constitutional amendment to create the Texas Redistricting Commission and to revise the constitutional redistricting provisions.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. HB 1910 Relating to redistricting by the Texas Ethics Commission, judicial review of redistricting plans, and restrictions on members of and membership on the commission.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. SB 1024 Relating to the reapportionment of state legislative and congressional districts and the creation, function, and duties of the Texas Redistricting Commission; making an appropriation.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. SR 512 Encouraging the attorney general of Texas to settle the cases of Rangel v. Mattox and LULAC of Texas v. State of Texas.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. HJR 53 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to legislative and other redistricting.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. HJR 85 Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for redistricting by the Texas Ethics Commission and relating to the election of members of the legislature and to restrictions on members of the Texas Ethics Commission.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. HJR 87 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to redistricting and the creation of a redistricting commission to redistrict the state's congressional, legislative, and other statewide election districts.   Other Did not pass
73rd R.S. SJR 40 Proposing a constitutional amendment to establish the Texas Redistricting Commission and to authorize the commission to apportion the state into state legislative and congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
72nd 3rd C.S. SB 13 Relating to redistricting of the Texas Legislature.   Other Did not pass
72nd 3rd C.S. HR 3 Endorsing the use of the plan established for the Texas House of Representatives by the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas as the interim house plan for the 1992 primary elections.   Other Did not pass
72nd 3rd C.S. SR 53 Expressing intent of the Texas Legislature that S.B. No. 1, establishing districts for the Texas Senate, be implemented at the earliest possible date that provides for the efficient and proper conduct of the primary elections.   Other Did not pass
72nd 2nd C.S. HB 21 Relating to primary elections and political party conventions held in the year following redistricting pursuant to the federal decennial census; making an appropriation.   Other Did not pass
72nd 2nd C.S. SB 28 Relating to primary elections and political party conventions held in the year following redistricting pursuant to the federal decennial census.   Other Did not pass
72nd 1st C.S. SB 101 Relating to primary elections held in the year following issuance of the decennial census.   Other Did not pass
72nd R.S. HR 150 Resolving that the process by which the 72nd Legislature enacts reapportionment legislation avoid arbitrariness and afford all interested parties a right of access to the political process.   Other Did not pass
72nd R.S. HJR 75 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the redistricting of the state legislature.   Other Did not pass
71st 5th C.S. SJR 5 Proposing a constitutional amendment to revise the provisions governing senate and house redistricting.   Other Did not pass
71st 4th C.S. SJR 10 Proposing a constitutional amendment to revise the provisions governing senate and house redistricting.   Other Did not pass
71st 3rd C.S. SJR 12 Proposing a constitutional amendment to revise the provisions governing senate and house redistricting.   Other Did not pass
71st 1st C.S. SR 175 Creating the Senate Interim Committee on Redistricting.   Other Passed
71st R.S. HJR 57 Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for annual budget sessions, to provide for an apportionment of senate and house districts according to population, and to provide for terms of four years for members of the....   Other Did not pass
71st R.S. HJR 77 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of senate and house districts according to population.   Other Did not pass
71st R.S. SJR 41 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of senate and house districts according to population.   Other Did not pass
70th R.S. HJR 76 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of senate and house districts according to population.   Other Did not pass
70th R.S. HJR 106 Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for annual budget sessions, to provide for an apportionment of senate and house districts according to population, and to provide for terms of four years for members of the Texas House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
70th R.S. SJR 39 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of senate and house districts according to population.   Other Did not pass
69th R.S. HJR 39 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of the state in senatorial, representative, and congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
69th R.S. SJR 37 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of the state into senatorial, representative, and congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
68th R.S. SR 599 Directing the Attorney General of Texas to take certain action relative to the case of Terrazas v. Clements.   Other Passed
68th R.S. HJR 79 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of the state into senatorial, representative, and congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
68th R.S. HJR 84 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the apportionment of the state into senatorial and representative districts.   Other Did not pass
67th 1st C.S. SR 196 Requesting the Legislative Redistricting Board to make certain changes in the original Senate plan when it considers senatorial redistricting in Harris County.   Other Did not pass
66th R.S. HJR 40 Amending the constitution to create a commission for legislative and congressional redistricting.   Other Did not pass
65th 1st C.S. HR 2 Relating to the legislative districts in Tarrant County.   Other Passed
65th 1st C.S. SR 2 Approving the legislative districts for Tarrant County drawn in the court order of February 19, 1976.   Other Passed
64th R.S. SR 509 Creating Special Committee on legislative redistricting for House of Representatives.   Other Passed
64th R.S. HJR 25 Relating to providing for the apportionment of the state into congressional, senatorial, and representative districts.   Other Did not pass
63rd R.S. SR 146 Urging the Attorney General of Texas to terminate further legal proceedings in Regester vs. Bullock.   Other Passed
63rd R.S. SCR 16 Repeal of Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24 of the 59th Legislature of the State of Texas.   Other Passed
62nd R.S. HR 348 Favoring individual, or single-member, legislative districts.   Other Did not pass
62nd R.S. SJR 13 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas, to exempt senators and representatives of certain districts from certain residence requirements in the first election after a reapportionment.   Other Did not pass
62nd R.S. SJR 56 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas, to provide that in apportionment of the state into senatorial and representative districts, the legislature shall not create multi-member legislative districts.   Other Did not pass
61st R.S. SR 1055   Other Did not pass
61st R.S. SJR 23 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas to exempt Representatives of multi-district counties from certain residence requirements in the first election after a reapportionment.   Other Did not pass
61st R.S. SJR 25 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing for the issuance and sale of bonds of the State of Texas by the Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System to establish the Coordinating Board Fund to be used to provide financial assistance to state institutions of higher learning.   Other Did not pass
61st R.S. HCR 96   Other Did not pass
60th R.S. HB 1364 Relating to providing that a certain bill shall become effective only upon the happening of certain stated contingencies and fixing the effective date under each contingency; providing methods and procedures for making nominations for party nominees and independent candidates at the general election in 1968 in the event that said bill takes effect.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. HB 654 Relating to reapportioning the Texas House of Representatives, reapportioning the Texas Senate.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SB 421 Relating to apportioning the State of Texas into Congressional Districts.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SB 440 Relating to reapportioning the Senate of the State of Texas.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SB 486 Relating to standards for legislative apportionment for the Legislature of the State of Texas.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. HR 88   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. HJR 83 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas to provide that a fraction or fractions of a county may be joined in a representative district or districts with any other contiguous county, counties or fractions thereof.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SJR 41   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SJR 44 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas to provide for an increase in the membership of the State Senate from 31 to 39 members; to fix the membership in the House of Representatives at 150 members; to require apportionment of the Senate according to population; and to delete the limitation that no single county is entitled to more than one Senator.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SJR 48 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas relating to the time the Legislature must redistrict senatorial and representative districts.   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SCR 23   Other Did not pass
59th R.S. SCR 24   Other Did not pass
58th R.S. HJR 29 Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment to provide that the terms of office of the state legislators shall commence upon the convening of the next regular session of the legislature following their election at the general election.   Other Did not pass
58th R.S. HJR 30 Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment relating to apportionment of the State into Congressional Districts.   Other Did not pass
58th R.S. HJR 59 Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing that when any county has more than sufficient population to be entitled to more than one representative, such representatives shall be apportioned to such county and the Legislature shall have authority to subdivide the county into subordinate legislative districts.   Other Did not pass
58th R.S. SCR 22   Other Did not pass
57th 3rd C.S. HR 208   Other Did not pass
57th R.S. HJR 16 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas relating to apportionment of the State into Congressional Districts.   Other Did not pass
57th R.S. HJR 76 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas repealing a certain Section so as to permit equality of representation in the House of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 38 Relating to apportionment of the State into congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 41 Relating to providing that no county shall have more than nine (9) Representatives unless the population of the county exceeds nine hundred thousand (900,000), and providing in which event such county may have one additional Representative for each additional four hundred thousand (400,000) population.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 42 Relating to changing the number of Representatives in the Texas Legislature; changing the apportionment of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 55 Relating to changing the principle of representation in the House of Representatives of the State of Texas.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 56 Relating to providing for apportionment of the Legislature solely on the basis of population.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. HJR 57 Relating to providing that the Legislature shall be composed of Fifty (50) Senators and One Hundred (100) Representatives and that membership of the Legislature shall be apportioned solely upon the basis of population.   Other Did not pass
56th R.S. SJR 4 Relating to permitting division of a county into two or more complete senatorial districts.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. HB 4 Relating to providing the manners of filing vacancies in the offices of United States Senator and Congressman-at-Large.   Other Passed
55th R.S. HJR 4 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas requiring the Legislature to apportion the State into congressional districts after each United States decennial census, and providing for a Board to make such apportionments in the event the Legislature fails to do so.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. HJR 12 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas providing that the Legislature shall reapportion the state into congressional districts at its first regular session after the publication of each United States decennial census, and providing that the Legislative Redistricting Board shall reapportion if the Legislature shall fail to do so.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. HJR 14 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas so as to change the number of Representatives in the Texas Legislature; changing the apportionment of Representatives.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. HJR 16 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas requiring the Legislature to apportion the State into congressional districts at its first regular session after the publication of each United States decennial census, and providing for a Board to make such apportionments in the event the Legislature fails to do so.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. HJR 21 Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas relating to apportionment of the State into congressional districts.   Other Did not pass
55th R.S. SJR 8 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas requiring the Legislature to apportion the State in congressional districts at its first regular session after the publication of each United States decennial census, and providing for a Board to make such apportionments in the event the Legislature fails to do so.   Other Did not pass
54th R.S. HB 67 Relating to providing for the election of one (1) presidential elector from each Congressional District in the State of Texas; providing that the remaining number of electors to which the State is entitled shall be elected from the state at large; providing for the nomination of the electors by each political party in its State Convention (Presidential Convention); providing for certification of the nominee to the Secretary of State; providing for certification of the name of the candidates for President and Vice President to the County Clerks; providing for counting the votes and certification of the results to the Secretary of State; providing for canvassing of the votes; repealing all laws in conflict with this Act.   Other Did not pass
54th R.S. HB 110 Relating to remove Angelina County from the Second Congressional District and place it in the Seventh Congressional District.   Other Did not pass
54th R.S. HJR 2 Proposing an amendment to Article III of the Constitution of Texas by adding a new section thereto to be known as Section 28a, so as to provide for a Board apportioning the State into congressional districts and judicial districts in the event the Legislature fails to make such apportionment.   Other Did not pass
54th R.S. HJR 6 Proposing an amendment to Article III of the Constitution of Texas by adding a new section thereto to be known as Section 28a, so as to provide for a board for apportioning the State into Congressional Districts in the event the Legislature fails to make such apportionment.   Other Did not pass
54th R.S. HJR 38 Proposing an Amendment to Article III of the Constitution of Texas, by amending Sections 2 and 26 so as to change the number of Representatives in the Texas Legislature; changing the apportionment of Representatives; repealing Section 26a thereof; providing an effective date; providing for an election and issuance of a proclamation therefor.   Other Did not pass
53rd R.S. HB 239 Relating to providing for the election of one (1) presidential elector from each Congressional District in the State of Texas; providing that the remaining number of electors to which the State is entitled shall be elected from the state at large; providing for the nomination of the electors by each political party in its State Convention (Presidential Convention).   Other Did not pass
53rd R.S. HJR 38 Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the geographical apportionment of representative places in counties where the county is entitled to more than one representative.   Other Did not pass
53rd R.S. HJR 44 Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing for a board for apportioning the State into Congressional Districts in the event the Legislature fails to make such apportionment.   Other Did not pass
52nd R.S. HJR 10 Proposing an amendment to Section 2 of Article III of the Constitution of the State of Texas relating to the number of Senators and Representatives in the Legislature of the State of Texas; providing that the House of Representatives shall consist of ninety-three members and shall never be increased above this number; providing for the submission of the proposed amendment to the qualified electorate of this State; providing for proclamation and publication by the Governor; and making an appropriation.   Other Did not pass
52nd R.S. HJR 12 Proposing an amendment to Section 26a of Article III of the Constitution of the State of Texas, relating to apportionment of Representative Districts; providing that no county shall be entitled to or have more than eight (8) Representatives; providing for the submission of the proposed amendment to a vote of the people; and providing for the effective date of the amendment if ratified.   Other Did not pass
52nd R.S. HJR 28 Proposing an amendment to Section 2 and Section 26a of Article III of the Constitution of the State of Texas relating to the number of Senators and Representatives in the Legislature; and relating to the apportionment of Representatives in the Legislature of the State of Texas; providing that the House of Representatives shall consist of ninety-three (93) members and may be increased under certain conditions; providing for the submission of the proposed amendment to the qualified electorate of this State; providing for proclamation and publication by the Governor; and making an appropriation.   Other Did not pass
52nd R.S. HJR 29 Proposing an amendment to Section 25 of Article 3 of the Constitution of Texas, providing that in redistricting the Senatorial Districts that it be done on the population instead of the qualified electors.   Other Did not pass
50th R.S. HJR 6   Other Did not pass
50th R.S. HJR 11   Other Did not pass
50th R.S. HJR 44   Other Did not pass
50th R.S. SJR 2   Other Passed
49th R.S. HJR 25 Proposing an amendment to Section 26 of Article III of the Constitution of the State of Texas so as to provide for a board for apportioning the State into senatorial districts and representative districts in the event the Legislature fails to make such apportionments.   Other Did not pass
49th R.S. HJR 38 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing that no county shall be entitled to more than five (5) Representatives unless the population of such county shall exceed one million (1,000,000) people as ascertained by the most recent United States Census, in which event such county shall be entitled to one additional Representative for each two hundred thousand (200,000) population in excess of one million (1,000,000) population as shown by the latest United Sates Census.   Other Did not pass
48th R.S. HB 69 Relating to legislative redistricting.   Other Did not pass
48th R.S. HB 106 Relating to Articles relating to legislative redistricting, fixing the time of taking effect of this Act.   Other Did not pass
48th R.S. HB 409 Relating to redistricting the State of Texas for judicial purposes; adjusting the jurisdiction and lowering the number of courts; creating new courts needed in lieu of those abolished.   Other Did not pass
48th R.S. HR 41   Other Did not pass
47th R.S. HB 65 Relating to amending the Revised Civil Statutes relative to apportioning the State into Senatorial Districts agreeable to certain provisions of the State Constitution.   Other Did not pass
44th R.S. HJR 9   Other Did not pass
43rd 2nd C.S. HB 89   Other Did not pass
43rd R.S. HB 953   Other Did not pass
43rd R.S. HB 959   Other Did not pass
42nd 2nd C.S. HCR 19   Other Did not pass
42nd R.S. SB 496   Other Did not pass
37th R.S. HCR 11   Other Did not pass
34th R.S. HJR 2   Other Did not pass

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