Stonewall Democrats endorsed in the following runoff races:
- U.S. Senate: David M. Alameel
- Dallas County District Clerk: Felicia Pitre
- Dallas County Treasurer: Pauline Medrano
- State Rep. House District 105: Susan Motley
- State Board Of Education, District 13: Erika Beltran
- Justice Of The Peace, Pct. 4, Place 2: Katy Hubener
- Justice Of The Peace, Pct. 5, Place 1: Sara Martinez
- Constable, Precinct 5: Beth Villarreal
In the U.S. Senate race, David Alameel faces Keisha Rodgers. The Texas Democratic Party put out a warning on Rodgers because her main platform item is impeaching President Obama.
Despite a number of calls to the Alameel campaign and assurances from the campaign that he supports LGBT equality and would add it to his website, nothing on his website indicates any support for LGBT issues. When he ran for the U.S. House of Representatives, he didn’t appear at the Stonewall Democrats candidate forum and didn’t return a Dallas Voice questionnaire. Rep. Marc Veasey won that race. He also sent anyone to represent him at Stonewall endorsements earlier this year.
However, Alameel is scheduled to appear at Tuesday’s Stonewall meeting. Other candidates expected to appear are Medrano, Beltran, Hubener, Martinez and Villareal.
Stonewall Democrats meeting takes place at Ojeda’s, 4617 Maple Ave. on May 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Early voting takes place May 19–23, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.
There is no voting location in Oak Lawn. The Grauwyler Library on Gilford Street location is the closest. It was moved from Grauwyler Recreation Center. The library is located off Harry Hines Boulevard in the same park as the recreation center.
Also close to Oak Lawn is the Records Building in Downtown Dallas. Meter fees are suspended outside the Records Building during early voting.
Early voting locations:
- Bethany Lutheran Church, 10101 Walnut Hill Lane
- Crosswinds High School, 1100 N Carrier Pkwy., Grand Prairie
- DeSoto Town Center Library, 211 E Pleasant Run Road, Desoto
- Duncanville Library, 201 James Collins Blvd., Duncanville
- Eastfield College Pleasant Grove Campus, 802 S Buckner Blvd.
- El Centro College-West Campus, 3330 N Hampton Road
- Fretz Park Library, 6990 Belt Line Road
- Grauwyler Park Library, 2146 Gilford St. (NOTE: moved from Grauwyler Park Recreation Center)
- Irving City Hall, 825 W Irving Blvd., Irving
- Josey Ranch Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road, Carrollton
- Lakeside Activity Center, 101 Holley Park Dr., Mesquite
- Lancaster Veterans Memorial Library, 1600 Veterans Memorial Pkwy., Lancaster
- Lochwood Library, 11221 Lochwood Blvd.
- Marsh Lane Baptist Church, 10716 Marsh Lane
- Martin Luther King Jr. Core Bldg., 2922 MLK Blvd.
- Martin Weiss Recreation Center., 1111 Martindell Ave.
- Oak Cliff Sub-Courthouse, 410 S Beckley Ave.
- Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 7611 Park Lane
- Paul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Library, 2008 E Kiest Blvd.
- Records Building (Main Location), 509 Main St.
- Richardson Civic Center, 411 W Arapaho Road, Richardson
- Richland College-Garland Campus, 675 W Walnut St., Garland
- Rowlett City Hall Annex, 4004 Main St., Rowlett
- Samuell Grand Rec. Center, 6200 East Grand Ave.
- Valley Ranch Library, 401 Cimarron Trail, Irving
On Election Day, May 27, voters may cast a ballot only at their local precinct.