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Have you ever thought that you could do a better job than the elected officials currently in office?

Running for elected office is one of the best ways someone can give back to their community. Whether they want to run for city council, county representative, or school board, every candidate must begin their campaign by making the decision to actually run.

As a leader in your community, you will be in a position to bring about change and create a positive impact in your community.

Maybe you’ve worked on political campaigns, volunteered for a community organization, or become an advocate for a local issue. Running for office can be an even more rewarding opportunity to spur change and serve your community. State and local offices—which are usually part-time, paid positions—can shape everything from health services and education to criminal justice.

We need candidates to step up and serve their communities and state. 

The SD22 SDEC Committee Members pledge to work with each candidate for a successful outcome.

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SD22 Districts

SD22 Congressional Districts

6, 17, 24, 25, 31, 33

State House Districts

Dist. 10 -Ellis

Dist. 13- Bosque, Hill, McLennan, Falls,

Dist. 56-McLennan

Dist. 58- Somervell

Dist. 59- Erath, Hood, Hamilton

Dist. 68 Eastland, Comanche

Dist. 92, 94, 96, 98, 10. Tarrant

Who Represents Me 


10, 11, 13, 14

Who represents Me

Court of Appeals

2nd, 10th, 11th

Ellis County JP, Constable, and Commissioner

1, 2, 3, 4

Tarrant county JP and constable

2, 3, 7

Tarrant County Commissioner

1, 2, 3 




Important Election Dates 2022-2024

Deputy Secretary of State Joe Esparza drew the ballot order for the 14 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. Texans will vote on these amendments as a part of the November 7 Election. Below is the ballot order as drawn.

Our Calendar

Chisholm Trail Stonewall Democrats of Johnson County (CTSDJC) is an official chapter of the Texas Stonewall Democratic Caucus and would like to invite all Democratic stakeholders in the LGBTQ+ Community and Allies from Bosque, Ellis, Erath, Hill, Hood, Johnson, Parker, and Somervell Counties to become active members.

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Waco Pride Network

The Waco Pride Network works to foster the LGBTQ+ community of the Greater Waco area by uniting, promoting, commemorating, and celebrating. Waco Pride Network’s OUT on the Brazos pride festival strives to be a preeminent cultural celebration of the Greater Waco LGBTQ+ community.

In 2019, the Waco Pride Network board committed itself to hold community events throughout the year while also engaging with education institutes in the Waco area. For more on Waco Pride Network’s goals, check out Our 2025 Vision.

We wouldn’t be where we are without our volunteers, sponsors, and supporters. Help the nonprofit grow and spread its reach and resources by getting involved today.

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