This year’s Republican primaries include two candidates, both of whom did not respond to multiple requests for comment, for the 36th Congressional District, which includes the Clear Lake area.

Community Impact Newspaper asked the candidates for their thoughts about district flooding and traffic. Early voting runs Feb. 18-28, and election day is March 3.

The winner of this race will proceed to the November general election against candidate Rashad Lewis, the only Democratic candidate who filed for the 2020 primaries for the position. Community Impact Newspaper only publishes candidate Q&A's for contested races.

In this Q&A, candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name.

*indicates incumbent candidate


Brian Babin*


Occupation: No response


Email: [email protected]

Website: www.babinforcongress.com

Years in District 36: No response

If elected, I would change: No response
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What work can be done to mitigate flooding in the Clear Lake area?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

How can transportation be improved in the Clear Lake area?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.


What do you bring to the table that your opponent does not?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.



RJ Boatman


Occupation: No response

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.boatmanforcongress.com


ears in District 36: No response

If elected, I would change: No response

What work can be done to mitigate flooding in the Clear Lake area?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.


How can transportation be improved in the Clear Lake area?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

What do you bring to the table that your opponent does not?

This candidate did not respond to multiple requests for comment.