Texas Values Action will make endorsements in the 2024 primary election cycle. We will only endorse candidates who share in our mission to ensure Texas is a state in which religious liberty flourishes, families prosper, and every human life is valued. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a firm commitment to protecting religious liberty, marriage and family, and innocent human life.

Candidates must complete a questionnaire to be considered for an endorsement. We will not necessarily endorse a candidate in every race and our endorsement of a candidate in a race does not represent a criticism of any other candidate in the same race. Please download our updated endorsement questionnaires below.

Legislative Questionnaire

Judicial Questionnaire

Local Candidate Questionnaire

Send completed questionnaires to

(Last updated 3-4-24)


May 28, 2024 Primary Runoffs 

Early Voting Monday, May 20 – Friday, May 24, Election Day is Tuesday, May 28th


Statewide Offices

President of the United States: Donald Trump

U.S. Senate: Ted Cruz

Texas Supreme Court, Place 9: John Devine

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8: Michelle Slaughter

14th Court of Appeals, Place 4: Steve Rogers


Texas State Board of Education

District 10: Tom Maynard

District 12: Jamie Kohlmann

District 15: Aaron Kinsey


U.S. House of Representatives

District 12: John O’Shea

District 23: Julie Clark

District 26: Brandon Gill


State Senate

District 30: Brent Hagenbuch


State House of Representatives

District 2: Brent Money

District 5: Cole Hefner

District 12: Ben Bius

District 15: Steve Toth

District 18: Janis Holt

District 19: Ellen Troxclair

District 20: Terry Wilson

District 21: David Covey

District 24: Greg Bonnen

District 30: A.J. Louderback

District 33: Katrina Pierson

District 44: Alan Schoolcraft

District 52: Caroline Harris Davila

District 55: Hillary Hickland

District 60: Mike Olcott

District 61: Keresa Richardson and Chuck Branch

District 66: Matt Shaheen

District 69: James Frank

District 73: Carrie Isaac

District 89: Candy Noble

District 93: Nate Schatzline

District 94: Tony Tinderholt

District 97: Cheryl Bean

District 128: Briscoe Cain

District 130: Dr. Tom Oliverson

District 150: Valoree Swanson


Local Elections

Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector: Rick Barnes

Tarrant County Criminal District Court No. 2: William Knight

Collin County Commissioner, Precinct 1: Susan Fletcher

Conroe City Council, Place 1: Susan Johnson

Harris County Sheriff: Mike Knox

Williamson County GOP Chair: Michelle Evans

Check back for updates


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