Here's a list of candidates running in the 2020 primary for Texas, Tarrant County offices

Filing for the March 2020 primaries opened on Nov. 9. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Filing for the March 2020 primaries opened on Nov. 9. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Filing for the March 2020 primaries opened on Nov. 9. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The deadline for candidates to appear on the March 3 primary election ballot passed 6 p.m. Dec. 9. Tarrant County voters will choose among Democratic and Republican candidates to run for county, state and federal offices in the 2020 general election.

The last day to register to vote in the primaries is Feb. 3, and early voting will begin on Feb. 18.

Here is the list of local candidates who will appear on the March 3 ballot. Denton County voters can find their local candidates here.

* indicates incumbent

Tarrant County sheriff

Bill Waybourn, R*

Vance Keyes, D

Tarrant County tax assessor-collector

Wendy Burgess, R*

Olliephine Anderson, D

Tarrant County commissioner precinct 1

Roy E. Lozano, R

Roy Brooks, D*

Tarrant County commissioner precinct 3

Gary Fickes, R*

Kathy Braatz, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 1

Dale Clark, R*

Calvin "Cal" Hudson, R

Scott Gerlikovski, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 2

David Woodruff, R*

Robert J. McGinty, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 3

Darrell Huffman, R

Tarrant County constable precinct 4

Joe D. “Jody” Johnson, R*

Tarrant County constable precinct 5

Daniel Flores, D

Ruben Garcia, D*

Pedro “Pete” Munoz, D

John Wright, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 6

Jon Siegel, R*

Kelicia Lyons, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 7

Clint C. Burgess, R*

Charles Hatley, D

Sandra Lee, D

Tarrant County constable precinct 8

Clarence Bullocks, Jr., D

Michael Campbell, D*

Kengee E. Ford, D

Roosevelt L. Masters, Jr., D

Kenneth Sam, D

State representative District 63

Tan Parker, R*

Leslie Peeler, D

State representative District 91

Stephanie Klick, R*

Jerome Sims, D

State representative District 92

Jeff Cason, R

Taylor Gillig, R

Jim Griffin, R

Steven Riddell, D

Jeff Whitfield, D

State representative District 93

Matt Krause, R*

Lydia Bean, D

State representative District 98

Giovanni Capriglione, R*

Debra Edmondson, D

State representative District 115

Karyn Brownlee, R

Julie Johnson, D*

State senator District 12

Jane Nelson, R*

Randy Daniels, D

Shadi Zitoon, D

State Board of Education District 14

Sue Melton-Malone, R*

Greg Alvord, D

Editor's note: A previous version of this story used incomplete filing records. This post has been updated to include the candidates who filed to run for the State Board of Education's District 14 seat and candidates who filed but were not listed on the Secretary of State's website.


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