Primary Elections in Katy

DEMOCRATIC PARTY


Presidential candidates

Statewide candidates

  • Railroad commissioner: Lon Burnam, Cody Garrett, Grady Yarbrough

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3: Mike Westergren

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5: Dori Contreras Garza

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9: Savannah Robinson

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Lawrence “Larry” Meyers

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5: Betsy Johnson

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6: Robert E. Burns


County & district candidates


  • U.S. representative, District 10
    Tawanna W. Cadien
    Scot B. Gallaher




  • U.S. representative, District 22
    Mark Gibson
    A.R. Hassan




  • State representative, District 149
    Demetria Smith
    Hubert Vo *




  • Judge, Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 1
    George Barnstone
    F. Richard Leach




  • Harris County commissioner, Precinct 3
    Erik Michael Hassan
    Jenifer Rene Pool




  • Harris County sheriff
    Ed Gonzalez
    Jerome Moore
    Theodore “Ted” Perez
    Jeff Stauber




  • Harris County district attorney
    Kim Ogg
    Lloyd Wayne Oliver
    Morris Overstreet




  • District judge, 11th Judicial District
    Rabeea Collier
    Kristen Hawkins
    Jim Lewis




  • District judge, 61st Judicial District
    Julie Countiss
    Fredericka Phillips
    Dion Ramos




  • District judge, 165th Judicial District
    Ursula A. Hall
    Josefina Rendon




  • District judge, 174th Judicial District
    Hazel B. Jones
    Mack McInnis
    Raul Rodriguez




  • District judge, 176th Judicial District
    Nikita “Niki” Harmon
    Shawna L. Reagin




  • District judge, 177th Judicial District
    Robert Johnson
    David L. Singer




  • District judge, 179th Judicial District
    Stephen Aslett
    Randy Roll




  • District judge, 215th Judicial District
    Jonathan C.C. Day
    Elaine Palmer*
    JoAnn Storey
    Joshua A. Verde




  • District judge, 333rd Judicial District
    Lisa Ketai
    Daryl Moore




  • District judge, 351st Judicial District
    Greg Glass
    George Powell




REPUBLICAN PARTY


Presidential Candidates


Statewide candidates

  • Railroad commissioner: Lance N. Christian, Wayne Christian, Gary Gates, John Greytok, Ron Hale, Doug Jeffrey, Weston Martinez

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3: Debra Lehrmann (incumbent), Michael Massengale

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5: Paul Green (incumbent), Rick Green,

  • Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9: Eve Guzman (incumbent), Joe Pool

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Mary Lou Keel, Chris Oldner, Ray Wheless

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5: Sid Harle, Steve Smith, Scott Walker, Brent Webster

  • Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6: Richard Davis, Michael E. Keasler (incumbent)


County & district candidates

  • U.S. representative, District 7
    John Culberson
    Maria Espinoza
    James Lloyd



  • Fort Bend County constable, Precinct 3
    Rob W. Cook
    John Miller
    John Minchew
    Wayne Thompson



  • Harris County commissioner, Precinct 3
    Steve Radack*
    Sam “Tejas” Texas



  • Harris County sheriff
    Paul Day
    Ron Hickman*
    Carl Pittman



  • Harris County attorney
    Chris Carmona
    Jim Leitner



  • Waller County sheriff
    Terry Hall
    R. Glenn Smith*



  • Waller County tax collector-assessor
    Ellen Contreras Shelburne
    Maria Vargas



  • Judge, County Civil Court at Law, No. 1
    Clyde Raymond Leuchtag*
    Gloria Cantu Minnick



  • District judge, 80th Judicial District
    Will Archer
    Ken Shortreed



  • District judge, 125th Judicial District
    Sharon Hemphill
    L.A. Olson



  • District judge, 151st Judicial District
    Jeff Hastings
    Aaron Gabriel Adams



  • District judge, 178th Judicial District
    Xavier Alfaro
    Nile Bailey Copeland
    Phil Gommels
    Bash Sharma



  • District judge, 339th Judicial District
    Antonio Benavides
    Mary McFaden



  • District judge, 400th Judicial District
    Joshua Estes
    Maggie Jaramillo*



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Katy city officials plan to rebuild the bridge over Cane Island Creek along the First Street extension for drainage purposes as part of a project to increase mobility in the area. (Morgan Theophil/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The $560 million central processor, which is part of the new Mickey Leland International Terminal, will replace the parking garage for terminals D and E. (Courtesy Houston Airport System)
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