Chris Hollins endorses Hidalgo, Garcia, and Briones ahead of pivotal Harris County elections

Hollins endorsement expressed the essential role of Harris County in Houston’s progress

HOUSTON, TX – Former Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins continues to put his stamp on November’s midterm election by announcing key endorsements in Harris County races. Highlighting the essential role that Harris County plays in moving Houston forward, Hollins announced today his support of Lina Hidalgo for County Judge, Adrian Garcia for County Commissioner Precinct 2, and Lesley Briones for County Commissioner Precinct 4.

“November’s midterm election is too important to sit on the sidelines, and I have an obligation to Houston and our democracy to stay engaged. Lesley Briones, Adrian Garcia, and Lina Hidalgo are capable leaders, and I’m proud to endorse them in their upcoming races,” said Hollins. “As my mayoral campaign continues to build grassroots enthusiasm, I know that moving Houston forward will be a much easier task if we elect true partners in our progress at the county level.”

Hollins led the 2020 elections effort as former Harris County Clerk, gaining national acclaim for protecting and expanding voting rights for 2.5 million Houston-area voters. Now, the Houston mayoral candidate is continuing to promote early voting and increase voter turnout through online and print newspapers advertisements during the week of October 17th. 

Hollins continued, “I may not be Harris County Clerk anymore, but I’m still committed to increasing voter participation. Every Houstonian has a dog in the fight this November.”

Hollins for Houston volunteers will also participate in coordinated get out the vote efforts across the Houston area to support Hidalgo, Garcia, and Briones, and Hollins recently transformed his law office into a satellite office for Harris County Democrats to coordinate canvassing efforts in northwest Houston. 

Early voting in Harris County starts October 20th. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th.

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