Sarah Davis Is Republican Candidate For District 134
With 55 percent of the vote, Sarah Davis has clearly won the Republican nomination to run against incumbent Rep. Ellen Cohen to represent West University Place in the Texas Legislature.
With all precincts reporting unofficial results, Davis has earned 4,379 votes while her opponent, former school teacher Bonnie Parker, has won 3,648 votes.
Davis will be the Republican candidate for State Representative District 134, which covers West U. and surrounding areas. She will run against Cohen, a Democrat who has represented the district for two terms.
Davis has lived in West U. for two years with her fiance Kent Adams, who now serves as her campaign treasurer. She works as a personal defense attorney at Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard and Smith LLP, where she defends individuals and companies when they are sued in civil courts.
As a breast cancer survivor, Davis said previously that one of the main reasons she chose to seek the Republican nomination is because she is apprehensive that health care reform will lead to government-run options that increase costs and decrease quality.
She said she believes in the ideals of fiscal conservatism, making government smaller and cutting big spending.