All our endorsements collected on one easy-to-print page
11:30AM, Thu. Feb. 10, 2022
The Austin Chronicle only endorses in contested races. We offer detailed reasons behind our Editorial Board endorsements in the Democratic Party primary in this annotated version; this version is for voters looking to take a printed copy to the ballot box.
U.S. House District 21: Coy Branscum and Claudia Zapata
U.S. House District 35: Greg Casar
U.S. House District 37: Lloyd Doggett
Governor: Beto O’Rourke
Lieutenant Governor: Mike Collier
Attorney General: Rochelle Garza and Joe Jaworski
Comptroller: No endorsement
Land Commissioner: Jay Kleberg
Agriculture Commissioner: Susan Hays
State Board of Education, District 5: Rebecca Bell-Metereau
House District 45: Erin Zwiener
House District 50: James Talarico
House District 51: Lulu Flores
Third Court of Appeals, Place 4: Rosa Lopez Theofanis
261st District Court: Daniella Deseta Lyttle
331st District Court: Chantal Eldridge
403rd District Court: Brandy Mueller
419th District Court: Catherine Mauzy
455th District Court: Laurie Eiserloh
County Court-at-Law 4: Dimple Malhotra
County Court-at-Law 5: Mary Ann Espiritu
County Court-at-Law 6: Denise Hernandez
County Clerk: Dyana Limon-Mercado
County Commissioner, Precinct 2: Brigid Shea
County Commissioner, Precinct 4: Susanna Ledesma-Woody
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1: Yvonne Williams
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5: Nick Chu
Find more March 2022 primary coverage and voting information at our Elections hub.
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