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2018-01-10 / Election Coverage

Candidates vie for primary votes

Republicans

U.S. senator: Bruce Jacobson Jr., Geraldine Sam, Mary Miller, Stefano de Stefano, Ted Cruz (incumbent)

U.S. representative, District 15: Tim Westley

State representative, District 44: John Kuempel (incumbent)

District judge, 81st Judicial District: Lynn Ellison

District judge, 218th Judicial District: Russell Wilson (incumbent)

County judge: Richard L. “Dickie” Jackson (incumbent) and Alena Berlanga

District clerk: Deborah

Bryan (incumbent)

County treasurer: Jan Hartl (incumbent) and Debra Foster

Commissioner, Precinct 2: Paul Pfeil (incumbent) and Tiffany Ward

Commissioner, Precinct 4: Larry A. Wiley (incumbent)

Justice of the peace, Precinct 2: Sara Canady (incumbent)

Justice of the peace, Precinct 3: Connie Terry, Lowell C. Hull Jr., and Brad Beck

Justice of the peace, Precinct 4: Clara J. “CJ” Rutland.

Democrats

U.S. senator: Beto O’Rourke, Edward Kimbrough, Serna Hernandez

U.S. representative, District 15: Vicente Gonzalez (incumbent)

U.S. representative, District 28: Henry Cuellar (incumbent)

State representative,

District 44: John D. Rodgers

District judge, 81st Judicial District: Errlinda Castillo

County clerk: Eva S. Martinez (incumbent)

Justice of the peace, Precinct 1: Johnny T. Villarreal (incumbent).

March primary election

The Republican and Democratic parties will hold primary elections Tuesday, March 6, 2018.

Ballots by mail may be requested beginning Jan. 1. In order to cast ballots, Texas residents must be registered to vote by Monday, Feb. 5.

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