Collin County voting: State, local primaries take shape for Republicans, Democrats

Collin County voters will have a chance to decide Republican and Democratic nominees in the March 3 primaries. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Collin County voters will have a chance to decide Republican and Democratic nominees in the March 3 primaries. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Collin County voters will have a chance to decide Republican and Democratic nominees in the March 3 primaries. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Republicans and Democrats have filed for their respective primaries, which Texas voters will decide on March 3. The filing deadline was Dec. 9. See below which candidates will appear on Collin County ballots for state and county elections.

Where one of the two major parties is not listed below, no candidate filed for that party's primary, according to the Texas secretary of state's office.

*indicates incumbent

Texas state representative, District 33

  • Democrat: Andy Rose

  • Republican: Justin Holland*

Texas state representative, District 66

  • Democrats: Sharon Hirsch, Aimee Garza Lopez

  • Republican: Matt Shaheen*

Texas state representative, District 67

  • Democrats: Tom Adair, Rocio Gosewehr Hernandez, Anthony Lo, Jenna Royal, Lorenzo Sanchez

  • Republican: Jeff Leach*

Texas state representative, District 70

  • Democrat: Angie Bado

  • Republican: Scott Sanford*

Texas state representative, District 89

  • Democrat: Sugar Ray Ash, Jon Cocks

  • Republican: Candace Noble*

Collin County tax assessor-collector

  • Democrat: John Turner-McClelland

  • Republicans: Scott Grigg, Kenneth L. Maun*

Collin County sheriff

  • Republican: James Skinner*

Collin County commissioner, Precinct 1

  • Democrats: Courtney Brooks, Carol Scarborough

  • Republican: Susan Fletcher*

Collin County commissioner, Precinct 3

  • Democrat: Dianne C. Mayo

  • Republican: Darrell Hale*, Steve Terrell

Collin County constable, Precinct 1

  • Republicans: Mike Vance, Shane Williams*

Collin County constable, Precinct 2

  • Republican: Gary Edwards*

Collin County constable, Precinct 3

  • Republican: Sammy Knapp*

Collin County constable, Precinct 4

  • Republican: Joe Wright*

Collin County justice of the peace, Precinct 3, Place 1

  • Democrat: Ramona Brumfield

Correction: A previous version of this story used incomplete filing records. The story has been updated to include the following candidates: Democrat Lorenzo Sanchez for state House District 67; Democrat Jon Cocks for state House District 89; Democrats Courtney Brooks and Carol Scarborough for Collin County commissioner, Precinct 1; Democrat Dianne C. Mayo and Republican Steve Terrell for Collin County commissioner, Precinct 3; and Democrat Ramona Brumfield for Collin County justice of the peace, Precinct 3, Place 1.
By Daniel Houston

Daniel Houston covers Plano city government, transportation, business and education for Community Impact Newspaper. A Fort Worth native and Baylor University graduate, Daniel reported previously for The Associated Press in Oklahoma City and The Dallas Morning News.


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