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The Endorsement Roundup

Here's an update of City Council campaign endorsements that for one reason or another haven't made it into the Chronicle yet:

In Place 1, Bicycle Austin has endorsed Steven Adams. The Black Women's Political Caucus, the Travis Co. Green Party, La Coalición de Huelguistas Chicanos de Austin, Latinos for Texas, and The Villager have endorsed Andrew Bucknall. And on top of his People for Efficient Transportation PAC (Austin Toll Party) endorsement, Casey Walker has received backing from Independent Texans and For a complete list of Lee Leffingwell's endorsements, see James Paine and Scott Williams have no endorsements.

In Place 3, Margot Clarke has received backing from Latinos for Texas and Bicycle Austin, The Daily Texan has endorsed Mandy Dealey, and the Austin Apartment Association has endorsed Jennifer Kim. (See,, and for complete lists.) To view Gregg Knaupe's endorsements, see

In Place 4, the Travis Co. Libertarian Party and Travis Co. Green Party have endorsed Wes Benedict, as has PETPAC (Austin Toll Party). Bicycle Austin has endorsed Jennifer Gale. Phillip Byron Miller, and John Wickham have no endorsements. For Betty Dunkerley's endorsements, see

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