Seventy-third Texas Legislature

The 73rd Texas Legislature met from January 12, 1993 to May 31, 1993. All members present during this session were elected in the 1992 general elections.

essions

Regular Session: January 12, 1993 - May 31, 1993

Party summary

enate

House of Representatives

Officers

enate

* Lieutenant Governor: Bob Bullock, Democrat
* President Pro Tempore: John T. Montford, Democrat

House

* Speaker of the House: Pete Laney, Democrat

Members

enate

Dist. 1
* Bill Ratliff (R), Mount Pleasant

Dist. 2
* Florence Shapiro (R), Plano

Dist. 3
* Bill Haley (D), Center

Dist. 4
* Carl A. Parker (D), Port Arthur

Dist. 5
* Jim Turner (D), Crockett

Dist. 6
* Dan Shelley (R), Crosby

Dist. 7
* Don Henderson (R), Houston

Dist. 8
* Ike Harris (R), Dallas

Dist. 9
* David Sibley (R), Waco

Dist. 10
* Chris Harris (R), Arlington

Dist. 11
* Jerry Patterson (R), Houston

Dist. 12
* Mike Moncrief (D), Fort Worth

Dist. 13
* Craig Washington (D), Houston

Dist. 14
* Gonzalo Barrientos (D), Austin

Dist. 15
* John Whitmire (D), Houston

Dist. 16
* John N. Leedom (R), Dallas

Dist. 17
* J.E. "Buster" Brown (R), Lake Jackson

Dist. 18
* Ken Armbrister (D), Victoria

Dist. 19
* Gregory Luna (D), San Antonio

Dist. 20
* Carlos F. Truan (D), Corpus Christi

Dist. 21
* Judith Zaffirini (D), Laredo

Dist. 22
* Jane Nelson (R), Lewisville

Dist. 23
* Royce West (D), Duncanville

Dist. 24
* Frank Madla (D), San Antonio

Dist. 25
* Bill Sims (D), San Angelo

Dist. 26
* Jeff Wentworth (R), San Antonio

Dist. 27
* Eddie Lucio (D), Brownsville

Dist. 28
* John T. Montford (D), Lubbock

Dist. 29
* Peggy Rosson (D), El Paso

Dist. 30
* Steve Carriker (D), Roby

Dist. 31
* Teel Bivins (R), Amarillo

ources

http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/ref/abouttx/holidays.html

http://www.lrl.state.tx.us/scanned/sessionOverviews/summary/soe70.pdf

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