November 5, 2020
Your Weekly News from the Collin County Democratic Party
ELECTION 2020 IS OVER
What happened, who won, what's still to be decided
County Chair's Statement on Collin County 2020 Election...

As I write this Wednesday morning, I suspect a lot of you are feeling what I do – an odd mix of exhaustion, sleep deprivation, anxiety over the uncertainty of the Presidential outcome, disgust, disbelief (“not again?” for Texas, “WTF?” for Collin County) and gratitude where we can find positive things.
So what the heck happened, and where do we go from here?


NOVEMBER 3 ELECTION RESULTS
Where We Won
  • Congressman Colin Allred won re-election to his second term representing CD32.
  • Democrats appear to have swept the three seats up for the 5th Court of Appeals, which will seat Bonnie Lee Goldstein (Place 3), Craig Smith (Place 6), and Dennise Garcia (Place 8) onto the Court of Appeals. Goldstein and Garcia both unseated incumbent judges.
  • Garrett Mize won his race for Wylie City Council Place 6. He was one of five muni candidates who asked for and received CCDP endorsement.

AS WE PREPARE THIS EDITION - the Presidential Election is yet to be decided.
FEDERAL RACES
STATEWIDE RACES
DISTRICT/COUNTY RACES
MUNICIPAL RACES
Candidate Endorsed by CCDP
Sources:
BOLD = INCUMBENT
R = REPUBLICAN
D = DEMOCRATIC
L = LIBERTARIAN
G = GREEN
I = INDEPENDENT
YOUR MOTIVATION FOR THE WEEK
PROPER DISPOSAL OF POLITICAL SIGNS
All Democratic political signs should be brought to the CCDP Office, where they will be either returned to the candidate, stored for future use, or disposed of properly. Wire H-frames can also be brought in and will be reused or disposed of. Signs and H-frames can be left outside the office if no one is available, but the office will be open this Saturday, November 7, 10-1 if you'd like to drop them off.