2020 Voter Guide: Who is on the ballot in the Bay Area?

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Election Day is Nov. 3. Oct. 5 is the last day to register to vote.

The first day of early voting is Oct. 13, and the last day of early voting is Oct. 30. Oct. 23 is the last day to apply for a ballot by mail.

Residents of Harris and Galveston counties can vote at any voting location in their respective counties, regardless of precinct.

Here are the candidates who will appear on the ballots of voters who live in Clear Lake and League City.

*Incumbent


R-Republican

D-Democrat

L-Libertarian

G-Green

I-Independent

NATIONAL

President


R-Donald J. Trump*

D-Joseph R. Biden

L-Jo Jorgensen

G-Howie Hawkins

STATEWIDE

U.S. Senate


R-John Cornyn*

D-Mary "MJ" Hegar

L-Kerry Douglas McKennon

G-David B. Collins

Texas Railroad Commission

R-James "Jim" Wright

D-Chrysta Castañeda

L-Matt Sterett

G-Katija "Kat" Gruene

Supreme Court, chief justice

R-Nathan Hecht*

D-Amy Clark Meachum

L-Mark Ash

Supreme Court, Place 6

R-Jane Bland*

D-Kathy Cheng

Supreme Court, Place 7

R-Jeff Boyd*

D-Staci Williams

L-William Bryan Strange III

Supreme Court, Place 8

R-Bretty Busby*

D-Gisela D. Triana

L-Tom Oxford

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

R-Bert Richardson*

D-Elizabeth Davis Frizell

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

R-Kevin Patrick Yeary*

D-Tina Clinton

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9

R-David Newell

D-Brandon Birmingham

LOCAL

U.S. House District 14


R-Randy Weber*

D-Adrienne Bell

U.S. House District 22

R-Troy Nehls

D-Sri Preston Kulkarni

L-Joseph LeBlanc, Jr.

U.S. House District 36

R-Brian Babin*

D-Rashad Lewis

L-Chad Abbey

G-Hal J. Ridley, Jr.

State Senate District 11

R-Larry Taylor*

D-Susan Criss

L-Jared Wissel

State Senate District 24

R-Greg Bonnen*

D-Brian J. Rogers

L-Dick Illyes

State House District 129

R-Dennis Paul*

D-Kayla Alix

State Board of Education District 8

R-Audrey Young

D-Audra Rose Berry

HARRIS COUNTY

Sheriff


R-Joe Danna

D-Ed Gonzalez*

County attorney

R-John Nation

D-Christian Dashaun Menefee

District attorney

R-Mary Huffman

D-Kim Ogg*

Tax assessor-collector

R-Chris Daniel

D-Ann Harris Bennett

L-Billy Pierce

GALVESTON COUNTY

Sheriff

R-Henry A. Trochesset*

D-Mark Salinas

CLEAR CREEK ISD

Board of trustees, District 2


Michelle M. Davis

Will Stromeyer

Win Weber*

Board of trustees, District 3

Jason Clark

Arturo Sanchez*

LEAGUE CITY

City Council Position 4

John P. Bowen

Rachel McAdam

Ange Mertens

Shawn Byars

City Council Position 5

Wes Chorn

Justin A. Hicks

Fred Rogers

CLEAR LAKE SHORES

City Council


Randy Chronister

Rick Fisher

Daniel Otto

Elliott Rittershaus

William Alex Scanlon

Steve Wirtes

NASSAU BAY

Mayor


Jonathan Amdur

Ashley Graves

Bob Warters
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