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Elections hanging in the balance: Primary runoffs and equality voter outreach

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Former Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez faces current Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown in a runoff to determine who will hold the office for the next four years PRIMARY RUNOFF VOTING Early voting in the Texas Primary Election runoffs continues through Friday, May 24.

Runoff election day is Tuesday, May 28. Races of particular interest to LGBTQ Texans include the race between openly LGBTQ former Sheriff Lupe Valdez and current Sheriff Marian Brown to determine who will be Dallas County sheriff for the next four years and the runoff between former Dallas City Councilman David Blewett and Darrell Day to determine who will face Democrat state Rep.

Julie Johnson in November in the race for the District 32 U.S. House seat. Several Texas House Republican incumbents who defied Gov.

Greg Abbott’s insistence on approving highly unpopular school vouchers and/or voted to impeach criminally-indicted Texas AG Ken Paxton were primaried by opponents with Abbott’s and Paxton’s backing.

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