Henry Bonilla

Henry Bonilla REPRepublican

American politician

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Henry BonillaREPRepublican American politician
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TXResidence (state)

Henry Bonilla (born January 2, 1954) is a former congressman who represented Texas's 23rd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. He was defeated in his bid for re-election by Ciro Rodriguez, a former Democratic member of Congress, in a special election runoff held on December 12, 2006. His term expired January 3, 2007 when the 110th Congress officially began.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Journalism
1976
South San Antonio High School
1972
Past Positions1 - 6 of 6
Representative
United States House of Representatives
1992 - 2006
Former Assistant Whip
United States House of Representatives
Executive Producer for Public Affairs
KENS-TV, San Antonio
1989
Executive News Producer
KENS-TV, San Antonio
1986
Assistant News Director
WTAF, Philadelphia
Producer
WABC, New York
Other Experience1 - 10 of 10
Chairman
Texas Victory
2002
Member
Rural Health Care Coalition
Member
San Antonio Library Foundation
Member
Crimestoppers
Member
Women's Athletics Advisory Council, University of Texas
Co-Chair
Caucus on Community Health Centers
2003 - 2004
Co-Chair
Congressional Border Caucus
Experience
National Republican Congressional Committee
Founding Member
Congressional Hispanic Conference
Vice Chair
United States/Mexico Congressional Caucus