Montgomery County sheriff, Precinct 3 commissioner and Precinct 2 constable are all on the ballot as contested races following the Dec. 11 deadline for candidate applications for the March 5 primary election.

The details

Primary elections will be held March 5 statewide, and several Montgomery County-specific races will be on voter ballots as well as federal and state candidates. For county races, no Democratic candidates filed to run for positions, leaving only Republican candidates in local races.

Candidates marked with an asterisk (*) are incumbents.

Montgomery County sheriff
  • Wesley Doolittle
  • Kenton Ford
  • Rand Henderson*
Montgomery County Precinct 3 commissioner
  • James Noack*
  • Ritch Wheeler
Montgomery County Precinct 2 constable
  • David Eason
  • Daniel Pena
Uncontested races at the county level, which are held by the current incumbent, include:
  • Montgomery County Court-at-Law 5
  • Montgomery County attorney
  • Montgomery County tax assessor-collector
  • Montgomery County Precinct 1 commissioner
  • Montgomery County Precinct 1 constable
  • Montgomery County Precinct 3 constable
  • Montgomery County Precinct 4 constable
  • Montgomery County Precinct 5 constable
Uncontested races will still be on the ballot; however, only the incumbent will be listed as an option.

What you need to know

Early voting for the March primary elections will begin Feb. 20 and run through March 1. The last date to register to vote in the March election is Feb. 5. To check your voter registration status, use the Voter Registration Lookup tool on the Montgomery County Elections site.