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2020 El Paso, Texas elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

El Paso, Texas city elections, 2020
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On November 3, 2020 El Paso County will elect the mayor of El Paso, Texas, four members of city council (districts 2, 3, 4, and 7), two county commissioners, county sheriff, state senator, and five state representatives. El Pasoans will also be voting for members of the House of Representatives of the United States from the 16th and 23rd districts of Texas, district attorney (which also represents Hudspeth and Culberson counties), United States senator, and president of the United States.

The city elections (for mayor and council) are non-partisan, and therefore have no primary election. However, if no candidate wins a majority there will be a run-off election.[1]

Mayor

El Paso mayoral election, 2020
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Mayor before election

Dee Margo
Republican

Elected Mayor

TBD

Candidates

  • Veronica Carbajal, attorney with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid[2]
  • Carlos Gallinar, former El Paso city government and former EPISD official[2]
  • Oscar Leeser, former mayor[3][dead link]
  • Dee Margo, incumbent mayor and former member of the Texas House of Representatives[3]

Potential candidates

  • Cassandra Hernandez-Brown, city representative [4]

First round results

El Paso mayoral election results, 2020
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Dee Margo
Nonpartisan Veronica Carbajal
Nonpartisan Carlos Gallinar
Nonpartisan Oscar Leeser
Nonpartisan Dean Martinez
Nonpartisan Calvin Zielsdorf
Total votes 100

City council elections

District 2

District 2 incumbent Alexsandra Annello is eligible for re-election.

Candidates

District 3

District 3 incumbent Cassandra Hernandez-Brown is eligible for re-election.

Candidates

District 4

District 4 incumbent Sam Morgan is eligible for re-election.

  • Wesley Lawrence
  • Dorthy M "Sissy" Byrd
  • Joe Molinar
  • Shawn Nixon

District 7

District 7 incumbent Henry Rivera is eligible for re-election.

Candidates

Former El Paso Times journalist Aaron J. Montes is challenging Rivera.

County sheriff

Democratic

Potential

  • Tom Buchino[4]
  • Carlos Carrillo[5]

County Commissioner, Precinct 3

Democratic

Candidates

  • Iliana Holguin, El Paso County Democratic Party chair[6]
  • Vince Perez, incumbent[6]

State senator (district 29)

Candidates

Potential candidates

  • Dori Fenenbock, former EPISD school board member [4]

Declined candidates

State representative (district 76)

Candidates

  • Claudia Ordaz Perez, city council member[9]
  • Elisa Tamayo, former employee of state representative Cesar Blanco[10]

Potential candidates

Declined candidates

State representative (district 77)

Candidates

State representative (district 78)

Candidates

Potential candidates

  • Dori Fenenbock, former EPISD school board member[4]

State representative (district 79)

Candidates

Potential candidates

District Attorney

Candidates

Democratic

  • James Montoya, prosecutor[14]
  • Yvonne Rosales, lawyer[14]

Declined candidates

U.S. Representative (TX-16)

Republican

Potential candidates

  • Blanca Trout, Canutillo ISD school board trustee and El Paso County Republican Party vice chair[15]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Partisan vs. Nonpartisan Elections". National League of Cities. Retrieved May 1, 2017.
  2. ^ a b Montes, Aaron. "Verónica Carbajal, Carlos Gallinar join El Paso 2020 mayoral race". El Paso Times.
  3. ^ a b Montes, Aaron. "El Paso Mayor Dee Margo announces 2020 re-election bid after Leeser joins race". El Paso Times.
  4. ^ a b c d Star, The Lion (July 17, 2019). "The Lion Star Blog by Jaime Abeytia: Bursting Bubbles".
  5. ^ Star, The Lion (July 16, 2019). "The Lion Star Blog by Jaime Abeytia: July Campaign Finance Reports".
  6. ^ a b Montes, Aaron. "Iliana Holguin challenges Vince Perez for El Paso County commissioner Precinct 3 seat". El Paso Times.
  7. ^ a b c Svitek, Cassandra Pollock and Patrick (September 13, 2019). "Sen. José Rodríguez, an El Paso Democrat, announces his retirement". The Texas Tribune.
  8. ^ "Sen. José Rodríguez will be retiring". KFOX. September 13, 2019.
  9. ^ Montes, Aaron. "Mission Valley city Rep. Claudia Ordaz Perez announces candidacy for Texas House". El Paso Times.
  10. ^ Montes, Aaron. "Elisa Tamayo announces candidacy for El Paso seat in Texas House of Representatives". El Paso Times.
  11. ^ Gonzalez, Maria Cortes. "El Paso Democratic state Rep. Lina Ortega seeks reelection to District 77 House seat". El Paso Times.
  12. ^ a b Abc-7, Kvia (July 26, 2019). "Texas State Rep. Joe Moody plans to run for re-election".
  13. ^ a b Dearman, Eleanor. "El Paso state representative Art Fierro seeking reelection". El Paso Times.
  14. ^ a b c Star, The Lion (July 11, 2019). "The Lion Star Blog by Jaime Abeytia: Montoya Launches Bid for District Attorney".
  15. ^ Smith, Molly. "Canutillo ISD trustee Blanca Trout explores congressional run for Veronica Escobar's seat". El Paso Times.

External links

Official campaign websites for mayoral candidates
Official campaign websites for City Council District 2 candidates
Official campaign websites for City Council District 4 candidates
Official campaign websites for City Council District 7 candidates
Official campaign websites for County Commission Precinct 3 candidates
Official campaign websites for State Senate District 29 candidates
Official campaign websites for State Representative District 76 candidates
Official campaign websites for State Representative District 77 candidates
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