Nov. 11 marked the beginning of the candidate filing period for the March 5 primaries, which concludes Dec. 11.

Primaries determine which local candidate will represent each political party in the November 2024 election.

Early voting will take place Feb. 20-March 1.

The details

According to the Montgomery County elections website, the following county seats will be up for election in 2024:
  • Commissioner, Precinct 1
  • Commissioner, Precinct 3
  • Constable, Precinct 1
  • Constable, Precinct 2
  • Constable, Precinct 3
  • Constable, Precinct 4
  • Constable, Precinct 5
  • District judge, 9th Judicial District
  • District judge, 410th Judicial District
  • District judge, 418th Judicial District
  • District judge, 435th Judicial District
  • District judge, 457th Judicial District
  • District attorney, 9th Judicial District
  • Judge, County Court at Law No. 5
  • County attorney
  • Sheriff
  • Tax assessor-collector
Learn more

Qualifications for candidacy vary be position but may include requirements for the following:
  • Age
  • Citizenship status
  • Minimum length of residency in Texas
  • Voter registration status
  • Practicing lawyer or judge status
For more information on candidacy, visit the Texas secretary of state's candidates' guide.

Election precinct boundaries in Montgomery County will change Jan. 1.