Mike Clark (TX-31)

geospatial analyst

2018 candidate for US House of Representatives, Texas, District 31

Affiliation: Democrat[ref]


About Mike

Education: BS in Geology, University of Texas-Austin; MS in Geology, Stephen F. Austin State University.[ref]

Professional experience: Mike worked as a GIS Analyst for the Texas Legislature, where he worked on redistricting projects, and as a GIS Administrator for CoreLogic .[ref]

See also Mike’s answers to the 2018 Science Debate questions.


Path to Congress

Incumbent: John Carter (R)

Primary: March 6, 2018

Mike is one of four candidates in the Democratic primary in this district and one of two STEM candidates (Christine Eady Mann is the other).[Ballotpedia]

General: November 6, 2018

TX-31 is a relatively young district, created after the 2000 Census. This US House seat has been held by John Carter since its inception. Mike Clark previously ran against Carter in 2016, and was defeated 36-58%. [Ballotpedia][Wikipedia]


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