Software engineer Andy Hopper has won his rematch against current four-term incumbent State Rep. Lynn Stucky (R-Sanger). 

House District 64 is comprised of Wise and Denton Counties. 

Stucky, who was first elected into office in 2016, voted alongside 60 House Republicans in May 2023 to impeach Attorney General Ken Paxton. However, Gov. Greg Abbott endorsed him for backing school choice. 

Meanwhile, Hopper earned the endorsements of Paxton and Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. He has also received endorsements from grassroots organizations including Texas Home School Coalition, Gun Owners of America, Texas Right to Life, True Texas Project, and Grassroots America: We The People.

During the most recent legislative session, Stucky earned an “F” rating of 57 from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, an 81 from the Young Conservatives of Texas, and a 100 from Texas Right to Life. 

Hopper will now take on Democrat Angela Brewer in the November general election. 

Election Day is November 5, 2024. 

Emily Medeiros

Emily graduated from the University of Oklahoma majoring in Journalism. She is excited to use her research and writing skills to report on important issues around Texas.