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Early Voting Begins for May 22 Primary Runoff Elections
by Garrett Bryce
Friday, May 11, 2018

Early voting for the May 22 Primary Runoff Elections begins on Monday, with voters in settling primary races in the Republican and Democratic parties.

Republican Party races include a runoff for United States Representative District 2 between Dan Crenshaw and Kevin Roberts. District 2 represents a portion of Harris County.

Congressional District 29 also ended in a runoff in the March 6 Primary. Phillip Aronoff and Carmen Maria Montiel are on the ballot. The district also represents Harris County.

In Brazoria County, Republican runoff races include Judge of the 412th Judicial District between Justin R. Gilbert and Keith Allen.

Robin Rape and Randy Smith will compete in a runoff for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2.

Fort Bend County Republican runoff races include Bill Rickert and Tina Gibson in the running for the Republican nomination as County Treasurer, and Tricia Krenek and Harold Kennedy for County Court-at-Law No. 3.

In Galveston County, Ken Clark and Michelle Hatmaker will compete for nomination for County Commissioner Precinct 4.

Harris County runoffs on the Republican ticket include Judge of the 295th Judicial District, with Michelle Fraga facing off Richard Risinger.

Jeff Williams and Mike Wolfe will compete in a runoff for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2.

Jefferson County has no local Republican ticket runoffs.

Democratic Party races include United States Representative District 7. Lizzie Pannill Fletcher and Laura Moser are on the runoff ballot for the district, which represents a portion of Harris County.

The 10th Congressional District of Texas, which also represents a portion of Harris County, is a runoff between Tawana Walter-Cadien and Mike Siegel.

Sri Preston Kulkarni and Letitia Plummer will compete in a runoff for the 22nd Congressional District of Texas, which includes portions of Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris counties.

Voters in Texas will also decide a runoff race for the Democratic nominee for Governor of Texas. Andrew White and Lupe Valdez are competing for the nomination.

Fran Watson and Rita Lucido will compete for Texas State Senator of District 17, which represents portions of Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris counties.

Texas State Representative District 133 will hold a runoff between Sandra G. Moore and Marty Schexnayder for the nomination.

Brazoria County has no local Democratic Party races in the runoff, but will be voting on the state and federal races.

In Fort Bend County, Joel C. Clouser, Sr. and Tanisha C. Green will compete in a runoff for Justice of the Peace Precinct 2.

Galveston County has no local races, but will vote in the runoff for the Texas Governor nomination.

In Harris County, runoffs include the nomination for District Clerk, with Marilyn Burgess and Roslyn “Rozzy” Shorter on the ballot. Democrats in Harris County will also decide the nominee for County Clerk, which is a race between Gayle Young Mitchell and Diane Trautman.

County Treasurer is also on the runoff ballot, with a race between Cosme Garcia and Dylan Osborne.

The Harris County Democratic ticket also includes nominations for two County School Trustee seats. Josh Wallenstein and Richard Cantu will face off for Position 3 At-Large, and Prince E. Bryant, II and Danyahel (Danny)N Norris are in a runoff race for Position 6, which is in Precinct 1.

Cheryl Elliot Thornton and Sharon M. Burney will compete for the nomination for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2.

Jefferson County has two local Democratic Party runoffs. Melody Chappell and Tina Bradley are on the ballot for Judge of the 172nd Judicial District, and Tom Gilliam, III and Joseph Guillory will compete for the party nomination for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 8.

Early voting continues through Friday, May 18.




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