The other candidates in this race are Kile Brown, a West Point graduate and businessman, and Jan Stell, a real estate agent and former teacher backed by Richardson ISD Families First.
We recommend a yes vote on both amendments.
Many had their taxes frozen previously and did not benefit from tax relief in 2019. We strongly recommend voters return her to office over challenger Trace Henderson.
Linn has shown commitment to keeping RISD on the forward track set by former superintendent Jeannie Stone.
Clemens and a second challenger, Vanessa Pacheco, are more focused on partisan concerns than Linn.
He is the right choice.
A business account executive, McGowan could help Richardson regain its footing and refocus on educating children from diverse economic and racial backgrounds.
McGowan, 43, was a student in the district and has served on various PTA initiatives.
She demonstrates an impressive command of district issues and a calm, thoughtful demeanor that could improve academic achievement and reduce cultural and political discord.
This measure extends tax relief to those disabled and elderly Texans.
In exchange, the state plans to increase its contribution to school districts to offset the potential revenue reduction caused by this amendment.
We recommend in more than 15 races.