The Texas runoff elections that were scheduled for May were delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but we still have the important task of selecting who will make it to the November 3 ballot.
Early voting for the July 14 runoff election starts tomorrow June 29 and runs through July 10, so that means it’s time for moi to do the endorsement post for the upcoming primary
I’ve been made aware by several people in our local trans community that they use my endorsement posts as a guide to help them decide who will get their precious votes when they step in the booth to cast their ballots.
No pressure. These endorsements are made with the thought in mind on what candidate will be the best for our state, our country, and for advancing the human rights of the trans community.
I looked at the endorsements of various groups like the Houston GLBT Caucus, H-BAD, Stonewall Dems in various cities just to name a few. I talked to trans folks who pay attention to politics in various Texas cities to come up with these endorsements.
Like I said, I take this seriously.
For you Republicans who ask me why I don’t do them for the Texas Republican primary, it’s because your party has made it clear they wish to oppress trans people and you hate Black lives
And before you open your mouths to protest, check your party platform and the anti-trans planks it has in it.
Just like the March primary, if you are a resident of Harris County you can vote at any election center within the boundaries of our county. That’s also the case in the other 253 counties in this state.
If you need to check to see if you are registered to vote in this runoff election , you can check your registration or register to vote at this link.
You have until October 5 to register for the 2020 Presidential election taking place on November 3. So if you aren’t registered for this primary runoff one, you have time to bust a move and handle your electoral business so that you can cast you ballots from POTUS to dog catcher on November 3 .
And now, the 2020 Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Endorsements!
District 3- Lulu Seikaly
District 10- Mike Siegel
District 13- Greg Sagan
District 17- David Anthony Jaramillo
District 24- Candace Valenzuela
District 31- Donna Imam
Texas Railroad Commissioner
Texas State Board Of Education
District 6- Michelle Palmer
Texas SenateDistrict 19- Roland Gutierrez
District 27- Sara Stapleton Barrera
District 26- L Sarah DeMerchant
District 67- No Endorsement
District 100- Jasmine Crockett
District 119- Jennifer Ramos
District 138- Akilah Bacy
District 142– Jerry Davis
District 148- Penny Morales Shaw
Justice 14th Court of Appeals
Place 7- Cheri Thomas
164th Judicial District – Cheryl Elliott Thornton
339th Judicial District- Te’iva Bell
505th Judicial District– Surendran Patel
Harris County Commissioner
Precinct 3- Diana Martinez Alexander
Harris County Constable
Precinct 2- Jerry Garcia
Precinct 5- Mark Alan Harrison
Fort Bend County Commissioner
Precinct 1- Jennifer Cantu