Thank you, Travis County!

 

“Sarah Eckhardt will be Travis County’s first female county judge after handily winning the race with 62 percent of the vote.”Austin American Statesman

 

“According to final unofficial results, Democrat Sarah Eckhardt has won the race to be the next Travis County Judge.”Community Impact Newspaper

 


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Thank you!

“I am deeply honored that the voters have elected me as their next Travis County Judge, and as the first woman Travis County Judge in Texas’ history. Our goals in Travis County are urgent. We must work together build a community that is more just, prosperous and fair. I am excited to get back to […]

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The Austin American Statesman Endorses Sarah!

From the Statesman’s website:  Two races for Travis County positions, Travis County judge and Precinct 2 commissioner, might not be getting many headlines for next month’s election, but they are generating a lot of interest. The real competition for these safe Democratic seats happened in the March primary, when Democrats Sarah Eckhardt and Brigid Shea […]

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Press Releases and Latest News

Austin American Statesman: Sarah Eckhardt, Brigid Shea, Margaret Gómez win Travis County races

Blog Post: Posted November 5, 2014 at 5:30 pm

From the Austin American-Statesman | Updated: 1:50 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 | Posted: 7:49 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 By Andra Lim American-Statesman Staff Updated at 1:39 a.m.: Sarah Eckhardt will be Travis County’s first female county judge after handily winning the race with 62 percent of the vote. Eckhardt, the former Precinct 2 commissioner who stepped down […]

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Community Impact: Eckhardt, Shea, Gomez to serve on Travis County Commissioners Court

Blog Post: Posted November 5, 2014 at 5:28 pm

by Joe Olivieri November 4, 2014  7:38 PM Updated 12:30 p.m. CST According to final unofficial results, Democrat Sarah Eckhardt has won the race to be the next Travis County Judge. With 247 of 247 polling locations reporting, Eckhardt took 62.1 percent, or 160,982 votes. Republican Mike McNamara took 33.04 percent, or 85,650 votes. Libertarian Richard Perkins […]

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Latest Events

Upcoming Events: October and Early November 2014

Coffee Jolt with Sarah Eckhardt Where: Flightpath Coffeehouse, 5011 Duval St, Austin, Texas 78751 When: Wednesday, October 15, 8:00am – 9:30am Public Forum on Secure Communities Where: Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River St., Austin, TX 78701 When: Wednesday, October 15th, 6pm-8pm Voting 101 Workshop Where: Coordinated Campaign Headquarters, 1910 E. MLK, Austin, TX […]

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