Cattanach Concedes Texas House District 108 Race
In a Twitter post on Wednesday morning, Cattanach conceded the Texas house race to the Republican incumbent Morgan Meyer.
Republican State Representative Morgan Meyer and Democratic challenger Joanna Cattanach played a game of tug a war Tuesday night for a chance to represent Texas House District 108, which stretches from Downtown Dallas north through University Park.
Our statement regarding our election results: "As the election comes to a close, I sincerely thank every volunteer who gave us hours of hard work...I thank the supporters who generously donated and helped transform our campaign...And I thank everyone who cast their vote for me.” pic.twitter.com/7JdUN8MWi6— Joanna For Texas (@JoannaCattanach) November 4, 2020
Later Wednesday, Meyer celebrated his win on Twitter: "Thank you for the vote of confidence & for demonstrating that voters are hungry for positive campaigns focused on issues & a vision for the future."
Thank you, HD108! We’re thrilled w/ this win & excited to go back to Austin to represent our community. Thank you for the vote of confidence & for demonstrating that voters are hungry for positive campaigns focused on issues & a vision for the future.Thank you for believing in us pic.twitter.com/sboaOsYau3— Morgan Meyer (@MorganMeyerTX) November 4, 2020
The candidates have faced off before in a close race. In 2018, Meyer was reelected by just over 200 votes.
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