AUSIN, Texas -- Democrats in Texas are hoping this year's political climate means winning back a host of State House seats.

A total of 10 are considered flippable based on voter behavior in 2016. That's because voters supported Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in those districts.

Central Texas' House District 136 is one of them. The district encompasses Cedar Park, North Austin, Leander and part of Round Rock. Republican incumbent Rep. Tony Dale is facing Democrat John Bucy and Libertarian Zack Parks. This is the second time Dale and Bucy have gone up against each other. Dale beat Bucy by 13 percentage points in 2014.

"Back in 2016, Hillary Clinton did win the district but I think it’s important to note that there were 11 Republicans running district-wide and the only one that lost was Donald Trump," Dale said.

Click the video link above to watch the full candidate conversation with Dale, including his top priorities if re-elected. Bucy will be on Capital Tonight Tuesday.