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At Democracy by Zip, our mission is to provide easy access to the resources Americans rely on to understand how our democracy works and successfully navigate the system at all levels. Our data is kept up to date using resources like the Google Civic Information API and the Library of Congress.

A project of Legal Consumer, Democracy by Zip provides the most current information available, including:

  • A contact directory of your local, state, and federal elected and appointed officials for El Paso, Texas. 

  • Access to your state’s voter registration status check web page, to ensure you haven’t been kicked off the voter rolls in Texas - and how to re-register if you have been.
  • A growing library of informative articles on important topics related to democracy in El Paso, Texas.
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Texas State Government

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Executive Branch

Governor of Texas

Republican Party

Greg Abbott

Lieutenant Governor of Texas

Texas Governor Website

Consumer Protection

State and Local Consumer Agencies in Texas (USA.gov)

Texas State Legislature:

Texas Legislature Website

(NOTE: Because of the way legislative boundaries are drawn, more than a zip code is needed to determing which legislative disrict you are in.

Enter a street address to find state and federal legislators for a specific location)

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Federal Government

Texas Representatives in the U.S. Congress

Each state gets two senators in the U.S. Senate.

Texas is represented by:

U.S. Senator

Republican Party

Ted Cruz

Republican Party

John Cornyn

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List of Representatives for
El Paso, TX

(NOTE: Because of the way legislative boundaries are drawn, more than a zip code is needed to determing which legislative disrict you are in.

Enter a street address to find state and federal legislators for a specific location)

Street address: ZIP:

El Paso city

El Paso Mayor

Nonpartisan

Dee Margo

El Paso County

El Paso County Attorney

Democratic Party

Jo Anne Bernal

El Paso County Judge

Unknown

Ricardo A. Samaniego

El Paso County Clerk

El Paso County Tax Assessor-Collector

Unknown

Ruben P. Gonzalez

El Paso County District Clerk

El Paso County Sheriff

Unknown

Richard D. Wiles

Texas

U.S. Senator

Republican Party

Ted Cruz

Republican Party

John Cornyn

Governor of Texas

Republican Party

Greg Abbott

Lieutenant Governor of Texas

TX Attorney General

Republican Party

Ken Paxton

TX Commissioner of Agriculture

Republican Party

Sid Miller

TX Comptroller of Public Accounts

Republican Party

Glenn Hegar

TX Commissioner of General Land Office

Republican Party

George P. Bush

TX Supreme Court Associate Justice

Republican Party

Jane Bland

Republican Party

Brett Busby

Republican Party

Eva Guzman

Republican Party

Paul W. Green

Republican Party

Jimmy Blacklock

Republican Party

John Phillip Devine

Republican Party

Debra Lehrmann

Republican Party

Jeffrey S. Boyd

TX Railroad Commissioner

Republican Party

Wayne Christian

Republican Party

Ryan Sitton

Republican Party

Christi Craddick

TX Supreme Court Chief Justice

Republican Party

Nathan L. Hecht

United States

President of the United States

Republican Party

Donald J. Trump

Vice President of the United States

Republican Party

Mike Pence



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Texas Law Online

Source: The Library of Congress - Texas Law Online

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