Bill Campbell - City Council At Large

Leadership Experience and Community Involvement

  • McKinney Chamber of Commerce, Past Chairman
  • McKinney Community Development Corporation, Past Vice Chair
  • McKinney Rotary Club, Past President
  • City of McKinney Bond Committee, Past Member
  • MISD Bond Committee, Past Member
  • YMCA Adventure Guides Program, Past Board Member
  • Government & Legislative Issues (GLI) Committee, Chairman
  • Stormwater Management Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Matt Hilton – City Council District 2
Balance Tax Base with Strong Economic Development

  • Collin County Association of REALTORS®, President
  • McKinney Planning & Zoning Commission, Vice Chair
  • North Collin County Habitat for Humanity, Vice Chair
  • McKinney Chamber of Commerce, Former Director
  • Collin County Planning Board, Former Chair


McKinneyTEAM has interviewed and evaluated all the candidates for election in the City Council. Our group is pleased to endorse strong candidates for the future leadership of McKinney. We endorse candidates who share our group’s vision for a strong and balanced tax base, stability in City Manager leadership, and who demonstrate a high quality vision for future growth of our city. We believe these candidates have a good command of the issues that face McKinney in the days ahead and a willingness to look at the information and make informed decisions without bias or pre-judgment.

​Lynn Sperry

McKinney ISD Trustee, Place 5

Stephanie O'Dell

McKinney ISD Trustee, Place 6 At-Large

Bob Collins

Collin College Trustee, Place 8

Collin Kennedy

Collin College Trustee, Place 7

McKinney residents have the opportunity to shape the future of our great city through a general obligation bond election that provides critical public safety, infrastructure and growth enhancements. I encourage you to take the time to vote in this election.

As you know, McKinney has been recognized as one of the best places to live in the country; however, we are at an important juncture that requires infrastructure to responsibly and thoughtfully accommodate the growth that will continue.

Recently, the McKinney City Council (both current and past members) worked with the city, under the direction of the Interim City Manager, to identify and lay out a vision for the future.  As a result of this effort, the mayor and council have called for a general bond election, so the city can see this vision through and provide funding for this strategic roadmap. There are seven individual propositions, the sum of which provide approximately $160 million for use by the city.

If passed, the bonds will not raise taxes.  We believe these items are fiscally responsible and provide infrastructure needed to grow in a smart way. Furthermore, they help position our city to economically compete with neighboring cities by leveraging a key asset only McKinney has - the airport. 







MAYOR - George Fulller

AT-LARGE - Charlie Phillips

DISTRICT 1 - Dusttin Pearson

DISTRICT 3 - Scott Elliott