The 2016 Dem Primary Stace Slate

bernieOther than a few blog posts about candidates, I haven’t made any formal endorsements with lengthy reasons; just my slate. And even the slate is incomplete as I’m either undecided or decided to skip and let the people pick. That said, those I’ve chosen, I’ve had some sort of experience with, whether it be speeches, personally meeting, or have known for a long time from previous races in which I gave my support. Ultimately, endorsements are only worth the number of votes they can bring out, and, let’s face it, most are worthless (including office-holder ones). The voters matter; not some PAC that speaks for their own interests. But if you’re wanting to see for whom I’m voting and it helps you pick for or against someone, then, here you go. But VOTE!

President – Bernie Sanders

Railroad Commissioner – Lon Burnam

Member, State Board of Education, District 6 – Jasmine L. Jenkins

State Representative, District 137 – Gene Wu

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, District 2 – Jim Sharp

District Judge, 11th Judicial District – Rabeea Collier

District Judge, 61st District – Dion Ramos

District Judge, 165th District – Josefina Rendon

District Judge, 174th District – Raul Rodriguez

District Judge, 176th District – Shawna Reagin

District Judge, 177th District – Robert Johnson

District Judge, 179th District – Randy Roll

District Judge, 215th District – Joshua Verde

District Judge, 351st District – Greg Glass

District Attorney – Morris Overstreet

Sheriff – Ed Gonzalez

Tax Assessor-Collector – Ann Harris Bennett

County Commissioner, Pct. 3 – Jenifer Rene Pool

IF I COULD, I’D VOTE FOR…

Congress, District 29 – Adrian Garcia

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1 – Tanya Makany-Rivera

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3 – Joe Stephens

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 6 – Richard Vara

State Rep. – 126 – Cris Hernandez

State Rep. – 144 – Cody Ray Wheeler

State Rep. – 148 – Jessica Cristina Farrar

 

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