Denton County primary filings end; see who's running

Denton County Courthouse
The filing period of the March primaries closed Dec. 13. (Courtesy Denton County)

The filing period of the March primaries closed Dec. 13. (Courtesy Denton County)

The filing period of the March primaries closed Dec. 13. The March primary election will determine candidates for the November election.

Below are the candidates for Denton County-level races, which include county judge.

County judge

Democrat:

Fabian Thomas


Republican:

Andy Eads*

County Court at Law No. 1

Republican:

Kimberly McCary*

County Court at Law No. 2

Republican:

Robert Ramirez - incumbent

County Criminal Court at Law No. 1

Republican:

Lauri Ragland*

County Criminal Court at Law No. 2

Republican:

Susan Piel*

County Criminal Court at Law No. 3

Republican:

Forrest Beadle*

County Criminal Court at Law No. 4

Republican:

Chance Oliver*

County County Probate Court at Law

Republican:

David Jahn

District clerk

Republican:

David Trantham*

County clerk

Democrat:

Angela Brewer

Republican:

Juli Luke*

District county treasurer

Republican:

Cindy Yeatts Brown*

County commissioner Precinct 2

Democrat:

Trent Teague

Diana Weitzel

Republican:

Rob Altman

Kevin Falconer

Dan Stricklin

County commissioner Precinct 4

Republican:

Michael Armstrong

Dianne Edmondson*

Justice of the peace Precinct 1

Democrat:

Olivia Jeffers

Republican:

Alan Wheeler

Justice of the peace Precinct 2

Democrat:

Stephanie Gardell

Republican:

James Depiazza*

Justice of the peace Precinct 3

Republican:

James Kerbow*

Justice of the peace Precinct 4

Republican:

Harris Hughey*

Justice of the peace Precinct 5

Republican:

Mike Oglesby*

Justice of the peace Precinct 6

Democrat:

Chris Lopez*

Republican:

Blanca Oliver
By Samantha Douty
Samantha Douty joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2021 as the Lewisville/ Flower Mound/ Highland Village editor. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2018 with a degree in journalism. But her passion for journalism started when she was 16 years old. Before joining Community Impact Newspaper, she reported on education for the Victoria Advocate, a rural South Texas daily newspaper.