Local, longtime business leader Ray Eckenrode has secured a key endorsement from the Collin Association of Realtors (CCAR) in the race for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 3.

The nod adds to Eckenrode’s rising momentum heading into the campaign’s stretch run before the May 29 primary election, according to a statement from his campaign.

It also continues a remarkable string of endorsements from some of the County’s top civic and commercial organizations including the Collin County Deputies Association (CCDA) and the McKinney Police Association (MPA), incumbent Precinct 3 Commissioner Joe Jaynes and well over 1,000 Collin County residents, according to his campaign.

“It’s another solid boost for the campaign,” says Eckenrode. “As a real estate professional and small businessman, I can attest to the CCAR’s unique work on behalf of this County’s Realtors and homeowners. In fact, all Collin County taxpayers benefit from their tireless work and advocacy for private property rights and the dual American dreams of homeownership and entrepreneurship. I share these same commitments and value their support as we head into the campaign’s final 30 days.” 

CCAR serves as a beacon of information, networking, education and advocacy for more than 4,000 Realtors and affiliate members in Collin County.

Local real estate professionals look to CCAR for useful tools and instructional programs needed to successfully build their businesses in North Texas’ thriving real-estate market. Whether providing a KeyBox for a new listing, timely MLS technical support, or mandatory continuing education classes and networking forums, CCAR’s superior customer service and industry insights are indispensable to its Realtors and affiliate members.

Eckenrode is actively promoting his vision and agenda to the residents of Collin County’s Precinct 3 preparing for the May 29 Republican Primary Election. He has the endorsements of local law enforcement groups, key civic and commercial organizations, and more than a thousand enthusiastic Collin County voters.

To learn more, visit www.rayeckenrode.com.