Primary Endorsements (No Filler)

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Read why we’re endorsing these candidates in the Democratic primary. And don't forget – you can't use your cell phone in the voting booth, so print this page ahead of time or pick up the latest issue of The Austin Chronicle on newsstands now.

Statewide Races

Governor: Lupe Valdez
Lieutenant Governor: Mike Collier
U.S. Senate: Beto O'Rourke
Railroad Commissioner: Roman McAllen
Comptroller: Joi Chevalier
Land Commissioner: Miguel Suazo

U.S. Congress

CD 10: Mike Siegel
CD 17: Rick Kennedy
CD 25: Chris Perri
CD 31: Mary Jennings Hegar and Christine Eady Mann
CD 21: Derrick Crowe and Elliott McFadden

State Legislature

Senate District 25: Steven Kling
House District 46: Chito Vela
House District 47: Elaina Fowler

Travis County

Commissioners Court, Pct. 4: Margaret Gómez
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3: Sylvia Holmes
Travis County Democratic Party: Dyana Limon-Mercado


459th District Court: Aurora Martinez Jones
331st District Court: Chantal Eldridge
County Court-at-Law No. 3: John Lipscombe
County Court-at-Law No. 5: Nancy Hohengarten

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