Here are the contested statewide and Cy-Fair area races on the ballot this November

Election day is Nov. 8.

Election day is Nov. 8.

Below is a listing of contested races taking place in Cy-Fair in the Nov. 8. election. Candidates were selected based on the elections taking place in this newspaper's coverage area. You can find a sample Harris County ballot here for all elections taking place on Nov. 8, including uncontested races.

Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates






* – Incumbent; D – Democrat; G – Green Party; L – Libertarian; R – Republican; Write-in candidates will not appear on the ballot but can be voted for by writing the candidate’s name in the write-in candidate space.

U.S. House
Texas District 2

  • Ted Poe*, R

  • Pat Bryan, D

  • James B. Veasaw, L

  • Joshua Darr, G

U.S. House
Texas District 7

  • John Culberson*, R

  • James Cargas, D

U.S. House
Texas District 10

  • Michael McCaul*, R

  • Tawana Cadien, D

  • Bill Kelsey, L

Texas Senate
District 18

  • Lois W. Kolkhorst*, R

  • Kathie L. Stone, L

Texas House
District 126

  • Kevin Roberts, R

  • Joy Dawson-Thomas, D

  • Eric B. Moquin, L

District 132

  • Mike Schofield*, R

  • Phil Kurtz, L

District 135

  • Gary Elkins*, R

  • Jesse A. Ybanez, D

Texas Railroad Commissioner

  • Wayne Christian, R

  • Grady Yarbrough, D

  • Mark Miller, L

  • Martina Salinas, G

State Board of Education
District 6

  • Donna Bahorich, R

  • R. Dakota Carter, D

  • Whitney Bilyeu, L

Supreme Court of Texas
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 3

  • Debra Lehmann*, R

  • Mike Westergren, D

  • Kathie Glass, L

  • Rodolfo Rivera Munoz, G

Supreme Court of Texas
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 5

  • Paul Green*, R

  • Dori Contreras Garza, D

  • Tom Oxford, L

  • Charles E. Waterbury, G

Supreme Court of Texas
Justice, Texas Supreme Court, Place 9

  • Eva Guzman*, R

  • Savannah Robinson, D

  • Don Fulton, L

  • Jim Chisholm, G

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2

  • Mary Lou Keel, R

  • Lawrence "Larry" Meyers*, D

  • Mark Ash, L

  • Adam King Blackwell Reposa, G

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5

  • Scott Walker, R

  • Betsy Johnson, D

  • William Bryan Strange, Ill, L

  • Judith Sanders-Castro, G

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6

  • Michael E. Keasler*, R

  • Robert Burns, D

  • Mark W. Bennett, L

Harris County

  • Ron Hickman*, R

  • Ed Gonzalez, D

Tax assessor-collector

  • Mike Sullivan*, R

  • Ann Harris Bennett, D

Commissioner, Precinct 3

  • Steve Radack*, R

  • Jenifer Rene Pool

District attorney

  • Devon Anderson*, R

  • Kim Ogg, D

County attorney

  • Jim Leitner, R

  • Vince Ryan*, D

Constable, Precinct 3

  • Dan Webb, R

  • Sherman Eagleton, D

Constable, Precinct 4

  • Mark Herman*, R

  • Jeff McGowen, D

Justice of the peace, Precinct 4, Place 1

  • Lincoln Goodwin*, R

  • Vicky Printers Reynolds, D


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