About the District

SD 25 sits deep in the heart of Texas, is 2,405 square miles, and includes all of Comal, Kendall and Hays counties and part of Guadalupe, Bexar and Travis counties. Our district encompasses the cities of Boerne, Bulverde, Comfort, Dripping Springs, Buda, Helotes, Seguin, Shavano Park, Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park, Selma, Wimberley, Kyle, Shady Oaks and Fair Oaks Ranch, and part of San Antonio, Austin, San Marcos and New Braunfels.

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SD 25 overlaps U.S. congressional district 15 (Hinojosa), 20 (Joaquin Castro), 21 (Lamar Smith), 23 (Will Hurd), 25 (Williams), 28 (Henry Cuellar) and 35 (Lloyd Doggett).

SD 25 overlaps state representative districts 44 (John Kuempel-R), 45 (Jason Isaac-R), 47 (Paul Workman-R), 48 (Donna Howard-D), 73 (Biedermann-R), 117 (Philip Cortez-D), 118 (Tomas Uresti-D), 119 (Roland Gutierrez-D), 120 (Barbara Gervin-Hawkins-D), 121 (Joe Straus-R), 122 (Lyle Larson-R), and 123 (Diego Bernal-D).

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Some statistics about Senatorial District 25:

Total population:  815,771

Total voting age residents:  610,120

Total registered voters in SD 25 at the time of the 2014 General Election:  578,484

Number of voters in SD 25 who turned out to vote in the 2014 General Election:  241,104.  That’s 41.7%

Total registered voters in SD 25 at the time of the 2016 General Election:  637,952

Number of voters in SD 25 who turned out to vote in the 2016 General Election:  427,586.  That’s 67%

In SD 25 Hillary Clinton received 160,776 votes, or 37.9%, in the 2016 General Election.

In SD 25 Donald J. Trump received 237,306 votes, or 56.0%, in the 2016 General Election.

Senator Donna Campbell won SD 25 with 65.2% of the vote in the 2014 General Election.

Some Statewide Election Statistics:

During the March 2016 Primary there were 14,238,436 registered voters in Texas

The March 2016 Primary voter turnout was 2,836,488.  That’s 19.92%

During the November 2016 General Election there were 15,101,087 registered voters in Texas

The 2014 General Election turnout was 33.7 %.

The 2016 General Election turnout was 8,969,226.  That’s 59.39%

(Sources: https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/historical/70-92.shtml and http://www.fyi.legis.texas.gov/fyiwebdocs/PDF/senate/dist25/r8.pdf)