March 3 Primary Endorsements (No Filler)

All our endorsements collected on one easy-to-print page

We offer detailed reasons elsewhere behind our Editorial Board endorsements in the Democratic Party primary; this condensed version is for voters looking to take a printed copy to the ballot box with them.

U.S. President: Elizabeth Warren

U.S. Senator: Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez

U.S. Rep. District 10: Mike Siegel

U.S. Rep. District 17: Rick Kennedy

U.S. Rep. District 21: Wendy Davis

U.S. Rep. District 25: Julie Oliver

U.S. Rep. District 31: Christine Eady Mann

U.S. Rep. District 35: Lloyd Doggett

Railroad Commissioner: Chrysta Castañeda

State Board of Education, District 5: Rebecca Bell-Metereau

State Board of Education, District 10: Marsha Burnett-Webster

Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice: Amy Clark Meachum

Texas Supreme Court Justice, Place 6: Kathy Cheng

Texas Supreme Court Justice, Place 7: Brandy Voss

Texas Supreme Court Justice, Place 8: Gisela Triana

Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place 3: Dan Wood

Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place 4: Tina Clinton

Texas House, District 45: Erin Zwiener

Texas House, District 51: Eddie Rodriguez

Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals: Keith Hampton

District Judge, 53rd District: Kennon Wooten

District Judge, 167th District: David Wahlberg

District Judge, 200th District: Jessica Mangrum

District Judge, 353rd District: Tim Sulak

District Judge, 390th District: Julie Kocurek

District Judge, 460th District: Selena Alvarenga

Travis County District Attorney: José Garza

Travis County County Attorney: Laurie Eiserloh

Travis County Sheriff: Sally Hernandez

Judge, County Court at Law No. 4: Dimple Malhotra

County Commissioner, Precinct 3: Ann Howard

Constable, Precinct 1: Tonya Nixon

Constable, Precinct 2: Adan Ballesteros

Texas Democrats Bill of Rights

Prop 1: Right to Health Care: Yes
Prop 2: Right to 21st Century Public Education: Yes
Prop 3: Right to Clean Air, Safe Water, and a Responsible Climate Policy: Yes
Prop 4: Right to Economic Security: Yes
Prop 5: Right to Dignity & Respect: Yes
Prop 6: Right to Be Free From Violence: Yes
Prop 7: Right to Housing: Yes
Prop 8: Right to Vote: Yes
Prop 9: Right to a Fair Criminal Justice System: Yes
Prop 10: Right to Immigrant Rights: Yes
Prop 11: Right to Fair Taxation: Yes

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