Allred Earns Endorsement of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price
Dallas, TX — Today, Colin Allred is proud to announce he’s earned the support of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price. Commissioner Price was the first African American elected to the Dallas County Commissioner’s Court and has served on the Court for nearly four decades.
“I’m so proud to have earned the endorsement of Commissioner John Wiley Price,” said Allred. “Commissioner Price is an institution in Dallas County and, for nearly my entire life, he’s been Our Man Downtown – the public servant we can count on. In the Senate, I’ll proudly work alongside him to invest in Texas and ensure every Texan has access to the ladders of opportunity they need to succeed, just as Commissioner Price has done on the Court for 38 years.”
Statement from Commissioner Price:
“Colin Allred’s work in Congress speaks for itself, he has delivered for our community. He played an integral role in securing funds that have helped us begin to service our community, from infrastructure money to the CHIPs Act and working to develop the inland port in southern Dallas County. I’m proud to endorse Congressman Allred and look forward to doing everything I can to make him Texas’s first Black Senator.”
In addition to Commissioner Price, Allred has received endorsements from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins; Dallas County Commissioner Andrew Sommerman; State Representative Rhetta Bowers, Toni Rose, and Venton Jones; Dallas City Councilmembers Adam Bazaldua and Jaynie Schultz; former Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings; former Dallas Mayor and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk; and former Dallas ISD Trustee Miguel Solis.