Comal County, Guadalupe County candidates meet Dec. 9 deadline to file for 2020 primary

The deadline to file for the March 2020 primary in Comal and Guadalupe counties is Dec. 9. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)
The deadline to file for the March 2020 primary in Comal and Guadalupe counties is Dec. 9. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

The deadline to file for the March 2020 primary in Comal and Guadalupe counties is Dec. 9. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

A long list of candidates will be vying for elected positions in the 2020 election. The deadline to file for the March 3, 2020 primary election is Dec. 9.

These candidates will be listed on the ballot for the Republican Party primary in Comal County.

*incumbent

These candidates will be listed on the ballot for the Democratic Primary in Comal Country.


  • Comal County Commissioners Court, Precinct 1

    Candidate: Lindsay Poisel

    Occupation: executive recruiter

  • Comal County Commissioners Court, Precinct 3

    Candidate: Colette Nies

    Occupation: landman




The 2020 Republican Party primary election in Guadalupe County will see contested races for county sheriff and Commissioners Court precincts 1 and 3. Candidates for the Republican Party March primary election in Guadalupe County are listed below.

  • Guadalupe County sheriff

    Candidate: Jimmy Harless

    Occupation: peace officer

    Candidate: Arnold Zwicke*

    Occupation: sheriff

  • Guadalupe County Attorney

    Candidate: David Willborn*

    Occupation: county attorney

  • Guadalupe County tax assessor-collector

    Candidate: Daryl W. John*

    Occupation: tax assessor-collector

  • Guadalupe County Commissioners Court, Precinct 1

    Candidate: Grumpy

    Occupation: business owner

    Candidate: Greg Seidenberger*

    Occupation: commissioner

  • Guadalupe County Commissioners Court, Precinct 3

    Candidate: Michael R. Carpenter

    Occupation: sales manager

    Candidate: Cedric Edwards

    Occupation: financial adviser

  • Guadalupe County constable, Precinct 1

    Candidate: James Springer*

    Occupation: constable

  • Guadalupe County constable, Precinct 2

    Candidate: Trey Kelly

    Occupation: police officer

    Candidate: Mark Reyes

    Occupation: law enforcement

  • Guadalupe County constable, Precinct 3

    Candidate: Michael Skrobarcek*

    Occupation: law enforcement/constable

  • Guadalupe County constable, Precinct 4

    Candidate: Harvey Faulkner*

    Occupation: constable



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