2020 primary election: Candidates file to run for offices representing Cedar Park and Leander

The primary election is March 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
The primary election is March 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

The primary election is March 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Cedar Park and Leander voters will head to the polls March 3 to cast ballots for candidates seeking party nominations in advance of the 2020 general election.

The filing deadline for primary election candidates was Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. Below are county and state candidates who have filed to run for offices representing Cedar Park and Leander.

*indicates incumbent

WILLIAMSON COUNTY


County attorney

Doyle “Dee” Hobbs Jr., R*

Stanley O. Springerley, D


Sheriff

Robert Chody, R*

Mike Gleason, D

Tax assessor-collector

Larry Gaddes, R*

Precinct 2 constable

Jeff Anderson, R

Renee Harrell, R

Gregory Papst, D

Robert Tijerina, D

For more information on the Williamson County primary election, click here.

TRAVIS COUNTY


District attorney

Margaret Moore, D*

Jose Garza, D

Erin Martinson, D

Martin Harry, R

County attorney

Mike Denton, D

Laurie Eiserloh, D

Delia Garza, D

Dominic Selvera, D

Sheriff

Sally Hernandez, D*

Liz Donegan, D

John Loughran, D

Raul Vargas, R

County tax assessor-collector

Bruce Elfant, D*

Todd Douglas, R

Marilyn Jackson, R

Precinct 2 constable

Adan Ballesteros, D*

Deke Pierce, D

For more information on the Travis County primary election, click here.

TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


District 20

Terry M. Wilson, R*

Jessica Tiedt, D

District 47

Vikki Goodwin, D*

Justin Berry, R

Jennifer Fleck, R

Jennifer Forgey, R

Aaron Reitz, R

Don Zimmerman, R

District 136

John H. Bucy III, D*

Mike Guevara, R

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


District 10

Michael McCaul, R*

Pritesh Gandhi, D

Shannon Hutcheson, D

Mike Siegel, D

District 25

Roger Williams, R*

Keith Neuendorff, R

Julie Oliver, D

Heidi Sloan, D

District 31

John Carter, R*

Christopher Wall, R

Mike Williams, R

Michael Edward Grimes, D

Eric Hanke, D

Donna Imam, D

Dan Janjigian, D

Christine Eady Mann, D

Tammy Young, D
By Marisa Charpentier

Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander

Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.



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