Here are the candidates who are running for seats representing Northwest Austin

Early voting begins Feb. 18 in the 2020 Texas primary. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Early voting begins Feb. 18 in the 2020 Texas primary. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Early voting begins Feb. 18 in the 2020 Texas primary. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

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Early voting ends Feb. 28 for the March primary. (Mel Stefka/Community Impact Newspaper)
The first day of early voting for the March 3 primary election is Feb. 18 and runs through Feb. 28. Voters can vote in the Republican or Democratic primary, but not both.

Below is a list of candidates that could appear on the ballot for Northwest Austin residents. A full sample ballot is available online at and

Residents in Travis and Williamson counties may vote at any polling location in their respective county. For more information on polling locations, read more here.

Follow along for election night coverage at


U.S. president

R: Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente Guerra**

R: Zoltan G. Istvan

R: Bob Ely

R: Donald J. Trump*

R: Joe Walsh

R: Bill Weld

D: Michael Bennet

D: Joseph R. Biden

D: Michael R. Bloomberg

D: Cory Booker

D: Pete Buttigieg

D: Julián Castro

D: Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente**

D: John K. Delaney

D: Tulsi Gabbard

D: Amy Klobuchar

D: Deval Patrick

D: Bernie Sanders

D: Tom Steyer

D: Elizabeth Warren

D: Robby Wells

D: Marianne Williamson

D: Andrew Yang

U.S. senator

R: Virgil Bierschwale

R: John Cornyn*

R: Dwayne Stovall

R: Mark Yancey

D: Chris Bell

D: Michael Cooper

D: Amanda K. Edwards

D: Jack Daniel Foster Jr.

D: Annie “Mama” Garcia

D: Victor Hugo Harris

D: Mary “MJ” Hegar

D: Sema Hernandez

D: D.R. Hunter

D: Adrian Ocegueda

D: Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez

D: Royce West

U.S. House, District 10

R: Michael McCaul*

D: Pritesh Gandhi

D: Mike Siegel

D: Shannon Hutcheson

U.S. House, District 17

R: Kristen Alamo Rowin

R: David Saucedo

R: Trent Sutton

R: Pete Sessions

R: Ahmad Adnan

R: Laurie Godfrey McReynolds

R: Renée Swann

R: Elianor Vessali

R: George W. Hindman

R: Scott Bland

R: Jeff Oppenheim

R: Todd Kent

D: William Foster III

D: Rick Kennedy

D: David Anthony Jaramillo

U.S. House, District 31

R: Christopher Wall

R: John Carter*

R: Mike Williams

R: Abhiram Garapati

D: Michael Edward Grimes

D: Eric Hanke

D: Christine Eady Mann

D: Dan Janjigan

D: Donna Imam

D: Tammy Young


Railroad commissioner

R: Ryan Sitton*

R: James “Jim” Wright

D: Chrysta Castañeda

D: Kelly Stone

D: Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo

D: Mark Watson

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

R: Nathan Hecht*

D: Amy Clark Meachum

D: Jerry Zimmerer

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6

R: Jane Bland*

D: Larry Praeger

D: Kathy Cheng

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

R: Jeff Boyd*

D: Staci Williams

D: Brandy Voss

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

R: Brett Busby*

D: Gisela D. Triana

D: Peter Kelly

Judge, court of criminal appeals, Place 3

R: Bert Richardson*

R: Gina Parker

D: Elizabeth Davis Frizell

D: William Pieratt Demond

D: Dan Wood

Judge, court of criminal appeals, Place 4

R: Kevin Patrick Yeary*

D: Tina Clinton

D: Steven Miears

Chief justice, 3rd court of criminal appeals district

R: Jeff Rose*

D: Darlene Byrne

D: Keith S. Hampton


State representative, District 47

R: Justin Berry

R: Aaron Reitz

R: Jenny Roan Forgey

R: Don Zimmerman

R: Jennifer Fleck

D: Vikki Goodwin*

State representative, District 49

R: Charles Allan Meyer

R: Jenai Aragona-Hales

D: Gina Hinojosa*

Travis County

Commissioner, Precinct 3

R: Becky Bray

D: Valinda Bolton

D: Shiloh Newman

D: Sheri Soltes

D: Ann Howard

Constable, Precinct 2

D: Deke Pierce

D: Adan Ballesteros*

District attorney

R: Martin Harry

D: Erin Martinson

D: José Garza

D: Margaret Moore*

County attorney

D: Laurie Eiserloh

D: Delia Garza

D: Mike Denton

D: Dominic Selvera


R: Raul Vargas

D: John Loughran

D: Sally Hernandez*

D: Liz Donegan

District judge, 53rd judicial district

D: Kennon Wooten

D: Maria Cantú Hexsel

District judge, 167th judicial district

D: Dayna Blazey

D: David Wahlberg*

District judge, 200th judicial district

D: Maggie Ellis

D: Jessica Mangrum

District judge, 353rd judicial district

D: Tim Sulak*

D: Madeleine Connor

District judge, 390th judicial district

D: Julie Kocurek*

D: Albert Amado

District judge, 460th judicial district

R: Geoffrey Puryear*

D: Amy Meredith

D: Selena Alvarenga

Judge, county court at law, No. 4

D: Dimple Malhotra*

D: Margaret Chen Kercher

D: Tanisha Jeffers

Williamson County

Constable, Precinct 2

R: Jeff Anderson

R: Renee Harrell

D: Greg Papst

D: Robert Tijerina

State Board of Education, District 5

R: Inga Cotton

R: Lani Popp

R: Robert Morrow

D: Rebecca Bell-Metereau

D: Letti Bresnahan

State Board of Education, District 10

R: Tom Maynard*

D: Stephen Wyman

D: Marsha Burnett-Webster


**Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente Guerra running in the Democratic primary is the son of Roque "Rocky" De la Fuente Guerra running in the Republican primary.

Races with uncontested candidates in both parties are not listed.
By Amy Denney

Managing Editor, Austin metro

Amy has worked for Community Impact Newspaper since September 2010, serving as reporter and later senior editor for the Northwest Austin edition as well as covering transportation in the Austin metro. She is now managing editor for the 10 publications in the Central Texas area from Georgetown to New Braunfels.


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