Endorsements

Who's Zooming Who?

Here's a selection of announced endorsements in Travis County Democratic primary races as of Wednesday, Jan. 23.

(Candidate: Endorsing groups (see key); Other notable endorsements)


Congressional District 10

Dan Grant: 1 3 4 5 6 8; Ted Ankrum

Larry Joe Doherty: N/A; Barbara Ann Radnofsky, Richard Morrison


Travis Co. Commissioner, Precinct 3

Albert Gonzales: 2 5

Karen Huber: 1 3


Travis Co. District Attorney

Rosemary Lehmberg: 1 3 7; current District Attorney Ronnie Earle, John Sharp

Mindy Montford: N/A; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)

Gary Cobb: 2 5

Rick Reed: NA


Travis Co. Tax Assessor-Collector and Voter Registrar

Glen Maxey: 3 6 8

Nelda Wells Spears: 5 7; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)


State House, District 46

Dawnna Dukes: N/A; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)

Brian Thompson: 1 3 4 5 6; Lon Burnam (D-Fort Worth), Texas Progressive Alliance


98th District Court Judge

Rhonda Hurley: 7; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)

Andy Hathcock: 5 6 8; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)

Robert D. Ettinger: N/A


Judge, County Court at Law No. 8

Carlos Barrera: 2

John Lipscombe: 3 4 5 6 7 8; Austin Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)


Key/Endorsing Groups:

1) Texas Environmental Democrats

2) Austin Tejano Democrats

3) Capital Area Asian American Democrats

4) Capital Area Progressive Democrats

5) Southwest Austin Democrats

6) South Austin Democrats

7) West Austin Democrats

8) Latinos for Texas



Other Contested Democratic Races

(*= incumbent)


Travis Co. Constable, Precinct 3

Richard McCain*

Robert Eller


Travis Co. Constable, Precinct 1

Willie Joe Madison

Danny Thomas

Janie Serna


Travis Co. Constable, Precinct 2

Adan Ballesteros

Paul Labuda


Travis Co. Constable, Precinct 4

Maria Canchola*

Alonso "Al" Reyes


353rd District Court Judge

Scott Ozmun

Madeleine Connor


427th District Court Judge

Jim Coronado

Karyl Anderson Krug


Travis Co. Democratic Party Chair

Andy Brown

Fidel "Ace" Acevedo

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