Montgomery County primary election guide

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There are numerous primary election candidates vying for political seats this year. Local residents will be able to cast a vote for local candidates for various seats, including Montgomery County judge, commissioner and State Representative. The primary election is March 6, and the ensuing general election will be held Nov. 6.

This guide is not comprehensive.

Montgomery County judge

Contested races for the March primary election include Montgomery County judge. Learn about the two Republican candidates running for county judge in the primary election. Craig Doyal is the incumbent in the race, which also includes one uncontested Democratic candidate.

Candidates weigh in on issues related to population growth, flood mitigation and county budgets.

Click HERE to read the full Q&A.

Montgomery County Precinct 2 commissioner

Republican candidates for Montgomery County Precinct 2 commissioner have answered several questions from Community Impact Newspaper about their candidacy and what actions they would take if elected. Charlie Riley is the incumbent in the race.

Candidates weigh in on issues related to population growth, transportation needs and flood mitigation.

Click HERE to read the full Q&A.

 

Montgomery County Precinct 4 commissioner

Jim Clark is the incumbent in the race. Candidates Bob Bagley and James Metts did not respond to multiple requests for comment for this story.

Click HERE to read the full Q&A.

State Rep. District 15

Steve Toth and Jackie Waters have filed to run on the Republican ticket for state representative district 15 in the March primary election. The position was formerly held by State Rep. Mark Keough-R, The Woodlands, who did not seek re-election this year.

Candidates weighed in on issues related to tax reform, flood mitigation and mobility planning.

Click HERE for the full Q&A.

Montgomery County sample ballot

Click HERE to view a sample ballot and learn more about the 2018 primary elections.

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