Elizabeth Ginsberg is a respected Dallas lawyer, a working mom who runs her own small firm, and a longtime Democratic Party donor and volunteer. She and her husband Jacob have lived in District 108 for 27 years and raised two daughters here.
Elizabeth was the 2022 Democratic Nominee for HD108 and was motivated to run again because she is concerned about issues such as funding our public schools and property tax relief, public safety and the freedom from living in fear of gun violence, access to affordable health care, economic growth and opportunity, and protecting the environment. She is a tough, seasoned leader who is ready to fight for our fundamental values and rights as Americans and Texans.
Elizabeth won the 2022 Democratic primary with 80% of the vote, and went on to turn out more Democratic voters in her district than any other State House campaign in Dallas County. She is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the momentum she created in 2022 by building relationships door-to-door directly with HD108 voters.
Elizabeth earned her law degree at the University of Texas at Austin, as well as a Bachelor's in Business Administration. Over a 30-year legal career, she has served as first chair of numerous trials and appeals and dealt with a wide range of civil matters covering commercial disputes, real estate, health care, bankruptcy, labor and employment, insurance, environmental claims, products liability, and personal injury. She has been active with the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program helping indigent and homeless individuals. She has also taken volunteer court appointments to represent those facing eviction.
Elizabeth is a committed Democrat who has donated to and volunteered for numerous campaigns in Dallas County, including judicial campaigns, John Turner for House District 114, and Nathan Johnson for Senate District 16. She serves as Vice President of Preston Hollow Democrats. She was an elected Precinct Chair for the Dallas County Democratic Party and served on the Dallas County Historical Commission. She also volunteered with the Texas Civil Rights Project and League of Women Voters. She has been active with Rays of Light, as a Girl Scouts Troop Mom, and as a local public school Volunteer Reading Partner.
Texas House District 108 covers much of north central Dallas.