Richardson residents can vote on these state, local candidates in the March primary

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Early voting begins Feb. 18 in the 2020 primary election. March 3 is election day. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Early voting begins Feb. 18 in the 2020 primary election. March 3 is election day. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Republicans and Democrats have filed for their respective primaries, which Texas voters will decide on March 3. The filing deadline was Dec. 9. Richardson residents, depending on where they live, can vote in certain state and county races.

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.

To find out who represents you, visit https://wrm.capitol.texas.gov/home.

*Indicates incumbent

Texas state representative, District 66


Sharon Hirsch, D

Aimee Garza Lopez, D

Matt Shaheen, R*

Texas state representative, District 67

Tom Adair, D

Rocio Gosewehr Hernandez, D

Jeff Leach, R*

Anthony Lo, D

Jenna Royal, D

Lorenzo Sanchez, D

Texas state representative, District 89

Sugar Ray Ash, D

Jon Cocks, D

Candy Noble, R*

Texas state representative, District 102

Linda Koop, R

Ana-Maria Ramos, D*

Rick Walker, R

Texas state representative, District 112

Angie Chen Button, R*

Brandy K. Chambers, D

Dallas County sheriff

Marian Brown, D*

Sam Mohamad, D

Chad Prda, R

Roy Williams Jr., D

Dallas County tax assessor-collector

John R. Ames, D*

Dallas County commissioner, Precinct 1

Theresa Daniel, D*

Patrick Harden, R

Zachariah Manning, D

Dallas County judge, 14th district

Jessica Voyce Lewis, R

Eric V. Moye, D*

Dallas County judge, 95th district

Mike Lee, R

Monica Purdy, D

Dallas County judge, 162 district

Jordan Montgomery Lewis, R

Marilynn Mayse, D

Maricela Moore, D*

Dallas County judge, 254th district

Kim Brown, D

Sandre Streete Moncriffe, D

Marty Jo Taylor, D

Ashley Wysocki, R*

Collin County tax assessor-collector

Scott Grigg, R

Kenneth L. Maun, R*

John Turner-McClelland, D

Collin County sheriff

James Skinner, R*

Collin County constable, Precinct 3

Sammy Knapp, R*

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

Ramona Brumfield, D

Editor's note: This story was amended to include additional relevant races.
By Olivia Lueckemeyer
Olivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016 as reporter for the Southwest Austin edition before her promotion to editor in March 2017. In July 2018 she returned home to the Dallas area and became editor of the Richardson edition.


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