Correction: Sample ballot for Bellaire, Meyerland, West University place voters

Editor's note: The print edition contained errors in the sample ballot listings. The corrected sample ballot for Bellaire-Meyerland-West University area voters for the November 2020 election appears below.

To view these and races for other parts of Houston, visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide.

Sample ballot



(D) Democrat, (G) Green Party, (L) Libertarian, (I) Independent, (R) Republican, * Incumbent


National

President

(R) Donald J. Trump*

(D) Joseph R. Biden

(L) Jo Jorgensen

(G) Howie Hawkins

U.S. Senate

(R) John Cornyn*

(D) Mary “MJ” Hegar

(L) Kerry Douglas McKennon

(G) David B. Collins

Statewide

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) Brett 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 2

(R) Daniel Crenshaw*

(D) Sima Ladjevardian

(L) Elliott Scheirman

U.S. House District 7

(D) Lizzie Fletcher*

(R) Wesley Hunt

(L) Shawn Kelly

U.S. House District 9

(R) Johnny Teague

(D) Al Green*

(L) Jose Sosa

Texas House District 134

(R) Sarah Davis*

(D) Ann Johnson

Texas House District 137

(D) Gene Wu*

(L) Lee Sharp

Texas House District 146

(D) Shawn Thierry*

(L) J.J. Campbell

Senate District 13

(R) Milinda Morris

(D) Borris Miles*

Texas State Board of Education District 6

(R) Will Hickman

(D) Michelle Palmer

(L) Whitney Bilyeu

Harris County

District attorney

(D) Kim Ogg*

(R) Mary Nan Huffman

County attorney

(R) John Nation

(D) Christian Dashaun Menefee

Sheriff

(R) Joe Danna

(D) Ed Gonzalez*

Precinct 3 commissioner

(R) Tom Ramsey

(D) Michael Moore

Constable Precinct 5

(R) Ted Heap*

(D) Mark Alan Harrison

County tax assessor-collector

(R) Chris Daniel

(D) Ann Harris Bennett*

(L) Billy Pierce

Harris County Department of Education, At-Large Place 5

(R) Bob Wolfe

(D) Erica Davis

Harris County Department of Education, At-Large Place 7

(R) Don Sumners*

(D) Andrea Duhon


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