The race for Fred Hill's seat matches Randy Dunning against Texas Instruments executive Angie Chen Button.
Of the two who are left, Button
is by far the superior candidate.She
has a long-as-your-arm list of civic activism.
...The race to succeed him is between Randy Dunning, a former Garland city council member, and Angie Chen Button, a marketing executive with Texas Instruments.
led on primary election day with 38% with Dunning close behind at 35%.
...Button is the prototype civic activist.Her
resume includes awards and recognitions and memberships (DART board) that represent just about every major institution in Dallas, from SMU to various museums.
Normally, the far right would be better organized and able to mobilize the churches, but Button
can count on the support of the district's influential Asian community.
is thought to view Craddick unfavorably.
The scenario for VuLe to win is for Dunning to defeat Button
, in which case the Asian community might unite behind VuLe.
is endorsed by Honorable Doug Athas, Honorable Barbara Chick, Honorable Larry Jeffus, Honorable Mark Monroe, Honorable Jim Dunn, Honorable Weldon Bradley; Honorable Sharon Stotts and Honorable Michael Holden..