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HAAPAC Endorsements Texans will head to the polls on November 6 to decide who will represent us for a variety of offices, ranging from Justice of the Peace to Congress. The Houston Apartment Association Political Action Committee supports the candidates below. Early voting will begin on Monday, October 22. Make an effort to get your employees and associates to join you. Visit www.harrisvotes.org for a sample ballot, polling locations and more election information. Be sure to consider these candidates when you vote on Tuesday, November 6. United States: q U.S. Senate – Ted Cruz q U.S. Representatives, District 2 – Dan Crenshaw (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 7 – John Culberson (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 8 – Kevin Brady (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 9 – Al Green (D) q U.S. Representatives, District 10 – Michael McCaul (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 14 – Randy Weber (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 18 – Sheila Jackson Lee (D) q U.S. Representatives, District 22 – Pete Olson (R) q U.S. Representatives, District 29 – Sylvia Garcia (D) q U.S. Representatives, District 36 – Brian Babin (R) State of Texas: q State Senator, District 4 – Brandon Creighton (R) q State Senator, District 7 - Paul Bettencourt (R) q State Senator, District 13 – Borris Miles (D) q State Senator, District 15 – John Whitmire (D) q State Senator, District 17 – Joan Huffman (R) q State Senator, District 18 – Lois Kolkhorst (R) q State Representative, House District 3 – Cecil Bell Jr. (R) q State Representative, House District 15 – Steve Toth (R) q State Representative, House District 16 – Will Metcalf (R) q State Representative, House District 24 – Greg Bonnen (R) q State Representative, House District 25 – Dennis Bonnen (R) q State Representative, House District 26 – Rick Miller (R) q State Representative, House District 27 - Ron Reynolds (D) q State Representative, House District 28 – John Zerwas (R) q State Representative, House District 29 – Ed Thompson (R) q State Representative, House District 126 – Sam Harless (R) q State Representative, House District 127 – Dan Huberty (R) q State Representative, House District 128 – Briscoe Cain (R) q State Representative, House District 129 – Dennis Paul (R) q State Representative, House District 130 – Tom Oliverson (R) q State Representative, House District 131 – Alma A. Allen (D) q State Representative, House District 132 – Mike Schofield (R) q State Representative, House District 133 – Jim Murphy (R) q State Representative, House District 134 – Sarah Davis (R) q State Representative, House District 135 – Gary Elkins (R) q State Representative, House District 137 – Gene Wu (D) q State Representative, House District 138 – Dwayne Bohac (R) q State Representative, House District 139 – Jarvis Johnson (D) q State Representative, House District 140 – Armando Walle (D) q State Representative, House District 141 – Senfronia Thompson (D) q State Representative, House District 142 – Harold V. Dutton Jr. (D) q State Representative, House District 143 – Ana Hernandez (D) q State Representative, House District 144 – Mary Ann Perez (D) q State Representative, House District 145 – Carol Alvarado (D) q State Representative, House District 146 – Shawn Thierry (D) q State Representative, House District 147 – Grant Coleman (D) q State Representative, House District 148 – Jessica Cristina Farrar (D) q State Representative, House District 149 – Hubert Vo (D) q State Representative, House District 150 – Valoree Swanson (R)

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Harris County: q Harris County Judge – Ed Emmett (R) q Harris County Commissioner, Precinct 2 – Jack Morman (R) q Harris County Commissioner, Precinct 4 – Jack Cagle (R) q Harris County District Clerk – Chris Daniel (R) q Harris County County Clerk – Stan Stanart (R) q Harris County Treasurer – Orlando Sanchez (D) q Harris County Civil Court-at-Law, No. 1 – Clyde Leuchtag (D) q Harris County Civil Court-at-Law, No. 2 – Jim Kovach (D) q Harris County Civil Court-at-Law, No. 3 – Linda Storey (R) q Harris County Civil Court-at-Law, No. 4 – Sophia Mafrige (R) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 1. Place 2 – David Patronella (R) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 2. Place 2 – George Risner (R) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 3. Place 2 – Lucia Bates (D) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 4. Place 2 – Laryssa Korduba (R) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 5. Place 2 – Jeff Williams (R) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 6. Place 2 - Angela Rodriguez (D) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 7. Place 1 – Jeremy Brown (D) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 7. Place 2 – Sharon Burney (D) q Harris County Justice of the Peace. Precinct 8. Place 2 – Louie Ditta (R)

Brazoria County: q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 1. Place 2 – Robin Rape (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 3. Place 2 – Roy Castillo (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 4. Place 2 – Sherry Kersh (R)

Fort Bend County: q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 1. Place 2 – Mary S. Ward (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 2 – Joel C. Clouser Sr. (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 3 – Kelly Nicole Crow (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 4 – Justin M. Joyce (R)

Montgomery County: q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 1 – Wayne L. Mack (R) q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 3 – Matt Beasley (R)

Waller County: q Justice of the Peace. Precinct 4 – Ted Krenek (R)

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