Here's what the Nov. ballot will look like for McKinney residents

McKinney residents will choose from the following list of candidates as they head to the polls this election season. Those running unopposed are not listed.

U.S. House 



  • Texas District 3

    • Sam Johnson, R

    • Adam P. Bell, D

    • Scott Jameson, L

    • Paul Blair, G




Texas House 


State House representatives are elected to serve two-year terms.

  • Texas District 70

    • Scott Sanford, R

    • John Bryant, D

    • Rachel Wester, L

    • Emmett Merwin, G




Texas Railroad Commission


Railroad commissioners are elected to six-year terms.

  • Texas Railroad Commission

    • Wayne Christian, R

    • Mark Miller, L

    • Martina Salinas, G

    • Grady Yarbrough, D




Supreme Court of Texas


State justices are elected to six year terms.

  • Texas Supreme Court, Place 3

    • Mike Westergren, D

    • Debra Lehrmann, R

    • Kathie Glass, L

    • Rodolfo Rivera Munoz, G



  • Texas Supreme Court, Place 5

    • Paul Green, R

    • Dori Contreras Garza, D

    • Tom Oxford, L

    • Charles E. Waterbury



  • Texas Supreme Court, Place 9

    • Eva Guzman, R

    • Savannah Robinson, D

    • Don Fulton, L

    • Jim Chisholm, G




Texas Court of Criminal Appeals


Appeals court justices are elected to six-year terms.

  • Texas Court of Criminal Appeals presiding judge, Place 2

    • Mary Lou Keel, R

    • Lawrence “Larry” Meyers, D

    • Mark Ash, L

    • Adam King Blackwell Reposa, G



  • Texas Court of Criminal Appeals presiding judge, Place 5

    • Scott Walker, R

    • Betsy Johnson, D

    • William Bryan Strange III, L

    • Judith Sanders-Castro, G



  • Texas Court of Criminal Appeals presiding judge, Place 6

    • Michael E. Keasler, R

    • Robert Burns, D

    • Mark W. Bennett, L



  • 5th Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

    • Lana Myers, R

    • Gena Slaughter, D



  • 5th Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7

    • David John Schenck, R

    • Dennise Garcia, D




Collin County



  • Sheriff

    • Jim Skinner, R

    • Daniel St. Clair, L



  • Constable, Precinct 1

    • Shane Williams, R

    • Mark Wester, L



  • District judge, 416th Judicial District

    • Andrea Thompson, R

    • Daniel R. Correa, L



By Marthe Rennels
Marthe has reported on education, business, city and county news since 2010. She wrote for the McKinney Courier Gazette and later joined Community Impact Newspapers as McKinney Editor. Marthe covers transportation, development, city, county and education news in McKinney including McKinney ISD and Collin College.


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