Texas GOP Rep. Mike Conaway to Retire

July 30, 2019

Another Republican House member is calling it quits in 2020.  Michael Conaway, the eight-term representative of Texas's 11th district is not seeking another term.

Conaway is the 4th GOP retirement in the past week. His west-central Texas district is very conservative - Donald Trump won by nearly 60 points over Hillary Clinton in 2016 and the district is likely to remain in Republican hands in the 2020 election.

12 current House members have decided to retire or run for another office in 2020. Click or tap the map below for details.

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