of Hill County, Texas

Senate District 22 Candidates

From County office to US House

March 1, 2022, General Election Candidates

Governor Candidates

Beto O'Rourke

Michael Cooper

Deirdre Gilbert

Larry Baggett

Lieutenant Governor

Mike Collier

Matthew Dowd

Michelle Beckley

Attorney General

Joe Jaworski

S. Lee Merritt 

Rochelle Garza

Mike Fields

State Comptroller

Tim Mahoney

Janet Dudding

Railroad Commissioner

Luke Warford

Land Commissioner

Jinny Suh

Jonathan Cocks

Michael Lange

Jay Kleberg

Agriculture Commissioner

Earl W. Davis ll

US Representative District 6

US Representative  District 17

Mary Jo Woods

US Representative District 25

US Representative District 31

Texas State Senate District. 22

Texas House District 10

Texas House District 13

Texas House District 56

Erin Shank

Texas House District 58

Texas House District 59

Texas House District 92

Texas House District 94

Dennis Sherrard

Texas House District 96

Texas House District 101

Chris Turner  (I)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3

Justice Erin Anderson Nowell

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5

Justice Amanda Reichek 

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5

Judge Dana Huffman

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6

State Board of Education District 







McLennan County District Attorney

Aubrey Robertson

 John Love has announced his candidacy 

for US Senate in the 2024 Elections. 

  • Senate District 22 Democratic Resources

Bosque County

Bosque County Democrat Club

Ellis County

Ellis County Democratic Party

Ellis County Elections

Falls County

Falls County Elections

Hill County

Hill County Democratic Party

Hill County Elections

Hood County

Hood County Democratic Party

Hood Democratic Club

Texas Democratic Women of Hood County

Hood County Elections

Johnson County

Johnson County Democratic Party

Texas Democratic Women of Johnson County  (TDWJC).


McLennan County

McLennan County Democratic Party

Texas Democratic Women TDW of Central Texas

McLennan County Elections

Waco Can’t Wait, a progressive newsletter focusing on Mclennan County, Texas, and Federal politics by Peter Mungiguerra click on the link below for a complete review. Great information. Be sure to subscribe.

Navarro County

Open Door Democrats Club


Somervell County Democratic Party

Somervell County Elections 

Tarrant County

Tarrant County Democratic Party

Tarrant County Elections

State Senator and Representatives of SD22

Precinct Chair Filing Period

Under Section 172.023 of the Texas Election Code, the filing period for the office of precinct chair begins 90 days before the date of the regular filing deadline for the primary election. For the March 1, 2022, primary election, the first day to file as precinct chair was September 14, 2021.

Because SB 13 does not take effect until December 2, 2021, the precinct chair filing period for the 2022 election cycle opened on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 172.023. In accordance with SB 13’s changes to the precinct chair filing process for 2022

election, the initial filing period for precinct chairs will end at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

The filing period for precinct chairs will reopen on Saturday, January 15, 2022, and will end at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 12, 2022. 

Newly drawn Map for SD22 2023-2033

Comanche County

Eastland County

Eastland County Democratic Party

Democrats of Eastland County Facebook

Erath County

Erath County Democratic Party

Erath County Democratic Party Facebook

Hamilton County

Senate District 22 Events

Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Our Calendar

Chisholm Trail Stonewall Democrats of Johnson County (CTSDJC) is an official chapter of the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus and would like to invite all Democratic stakeholders in the LGBTQ+ Community and Allies from Bosque, Ellis, Erath, Hill, Hood, Johnson, Parker, and Somervell Counties to become active members.

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Waco Pride Network

The Waco Pride Network works to foster the LGBTQ+ community of the Greater Waco area by uniting, promoting, commemorating, and celebrating. Waco Pride Network’s OUT on the Brazos pride festival strives to be a preeminent cultural celebration of the Greater Waco LGBTQ+ community.

In 2019, the Waco Pride Network board committed itself to hold community events throughout the year while also engaging with education institutes in the Waco area. For more on Waco Pride Network’s goals, check out Our 2025 Vision.

We wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers, sponsors, and supporters. Help the nonprofit grow and spread its reach and resources by getting involved today.

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