Your 2020 Primary Election Ballot for Kerr County, Texas

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Filing deadlines have passed, and ballot positioning drawings have been concluded, so your ballot for the March 3, 2020, Primary Election is set. We have listed all of the candidates and races that will be on the ballot at the local level — from US Representative all the way down to Constables. Here’s a look at the candidates. These candidates are listed according to their official order on the ballot, which was drawn by chance.

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Republican Primary Election

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 21

  • Chip Roy

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 24

  • Dawn Buckingham

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 53

  • Andrew S. Murr

DISTRICT JUDGE, 216TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

  • Albert D. “Pat” Pattillo, III

DISTRICT ATTORNEY, 216TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

  • Lucy Wilke

DISTRICT ATTORNEY, 198TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

  • Stephen Harpold

COUNTY ATTORNEY

  • Heather Stebbins

COUNTY CLERK

  • Jackie “JD” Dowdy

COUNTY SHERIFF

  • Mitch Lambdin
  • Larry Leitha
  • Tommy Eddie Hill
  • Carol Twiss
  • Elias Romeriz Garcia

COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR

  • Lonnell Hanks
  • Bob Reeves (incumbent)

COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1

  • Harley David Belew

COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3

  • Jonathan Letz

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 1

  • Tommy Rodriguez

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 2

  • Kyle Schneider

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 3

  • Paul A. Gonzales

COUNTY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 4

  • Nelton Spittler
  • Brad Rider

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Democratic Primary Election

U. S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 21

  • Wendy R. Davis
  • Jennie Lou Leeder

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 24

  • Clayton Tucker

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 53

  • Joe P. Herrera

(Please note that the Democratic Party did not have as many local candidates as the Republican Party, hence the smaller number of races listed.)

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