Casey McKinney

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Casey McKinney
Candidate for
Texas House of Representatives, District 126

Political party Democratic
Profession Businesswoman
Website Campaign website
Casey McKinney was a Democratic candidate for the District 126 in the Texas House of Representatives in the November 2, 2010, state legislative elections.

About Casey

McKinney offers the following insight into her candidacy on her campaign site:

Fiscally Responsible Leadership

Excerpt:"A businesswoman and neighborhood leader, Casey has the ability to work with other leaders to keep the District moving forward – with sound economic policy, not divisive politics. Casey will work hard to improve State government and our quality of life through these tough economic times."

Keep District 126 Moving Forward

Excerpt:"Casey will to fight to create good-paying jobs using our share of the national stimulus program and local funds and make sure theses paychecks go directly to Harris County families."

Our Neighborhoods

Excerpt:"Casey will set priorities with our tax dollars to provide certainty and strengthen District 126 neighborhoods by investing in parks, recreation, after-school programs, libraries, and police and firefighters. Casey will also work for sensible controls to protect established neighborhoods, historic properties and prevent out-of-scale development."

Our Quality of Life

Excerpt:"Casey knows that good jobs and safe neighborhoods make Texas a great place to raise a family. That’s why she supports ordinances that crack down on illicit activity near churches, schools and neighborhoods. She supports plans that get tough on gangs on our streets and in our schools."

A Texas Veteran with Hometown Values

Excerpt:"A native daughter of District 126, Casey was born and raised here. She graduated Klein High School before joining the United States Air Force. Her parents are laid to rest in the District. Casey chooses to live, raise her family and call District 126 home."[1]



See also: Texas House of Representatives elections, 2010

McKinney lost the election to the Texas House of Representatives District 126 seat. He was unopposed in the March 2 Democratic primary and was defeated by incumbent Republican candidate Patricia Harless in the November 2 general election.[2]

Texas House of Representatives, District 126
2010 General election results
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Patricia Harless (R) 25,534 68.14%
Casey McKinney (D) 11,983 31.85%

Campaign donors


In the last fundraising period, McKinney raised $3,190.[3]

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