See who is running to represent Cy-Fair in the 2020 election

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)
(Community Impact Newspaper staff)

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Updated 9 a.m. Dec. 13

The deadline for candidates to file to represent Texans on county, state and federal levels was Monday, Dec. 9. Listed below are the candidates who filed to represent parts of Cy-Fair in Harris County government, the Texas House of Representatives and the U.S. House of Representatives in 2020, according to the Texas Secretary of State are listed below.

Candidates who have filed by the Dec. 9 deadline may not be represented below, as their information may still be processing and not yet public.

To find out who represents you based on your home address, visit http://wrm.capitol.texas.gov.

Harris County


Precinct 3 Commissioner

Republican


Tom Ramsey, civil engineer: www.votetomramsey.com

Susan Sample, attorney: www.facebook.com/SusanSampleHarrisCountyCommissionerPrecinct3

Brenda Stardig, real estate broker: www.votebrendastardig.com

Democrat

Diana Martinez Alexander, educational diagnostician: www.dianaalexander2020.com/diana-alexander

Zaher Eisa, security officer: www.facebook.com/Texas3.0

Erik "Beto" Hassan, entrepreneur

Michael Moore, strategic communications: www.mooreforcommissioner.com

Morris Overstreet, lawyer

Kristi Thibaut, former state legislator: www.kristithibaut.com

Precinct 4 Constable

Republican

Chris Bounds, deputy sheriff: www.facebook.com/Chris-Bounds-For-Harris-County-Constable-Pct-4-116076749835339

Mark Herman, incumbent constable: www.constablemarkherman.com

Democrat

Jeff McGowen, deputy sheriff: www.jeffmcgowen4pct4constable.com

Precinct 5 Constable

Republican

Ted Heap, Incumbent constable: www.constabletedheap.com

Democrat

Mark Alan Harrison, finance

Mark Miller, deputy constable

Randy Newman, police officer

Sheriff

Democrat

Ed Gonzalez, incumbent sheriff: www.edgonzalez.com

Jerome Moore, deputy constable: www.jeromemooreforsheriff.com

Harry Zamora, retired Houston Police Department lieutenant: www.harryzamoraforsheriff.com

Republican

Joe Danna, deputy sheriff: www.dannaforsheriff.com

Paul Day, patrol deputy: www.facebook.com/pauldayforsheriff2020

Randy Rush, retired law enforcement

District Attorney

Democrat

Carvana Cloud, attorney: www.carvana2020.com

Audia Jones, attorney: www.audiajones.com

Kim Ogg, incumbent district attorney: www.kim-ogg.com

Todd Overstreet, lawyer: www.facebook.com/pages/category/Politician/Todd-Overstreet-for-Harris-County-District-Attorney-2223446304652628

Republican

Lori Deangelo, attorney:

Mary Huffman, attorney: www.marynanhuffman.com

Lloyd Wayne Oliver, attorney at law

Texas House of Representatives


District 126

Republican

E. Sam Harless, incumbent: www.samharless126.com

Democrat

Undrai F. Fizer, ambassador/publisher: www.fizer4texas.org

Natali Hurtado, deputy executive director: www.natalifortexas.com

District 130

Republican

Tom Oliverson, incumbent: www.tomoliverson.com

Democrat

Bryan J Henry, professor: www.bryanjhenry.com

District 132

Democrat

Gina Calanni, incumbent: www.ginacalanni.com

Republican

Angelica Garcia, CEO/president of transportation company: www.angelicafortexas.com

Mike Schofield, attorney: www.mikeschofield.com

District 135

Democrat

Jon E. Rosenthal, incumbent: www.rosenthal4usall.com

Republican

Merrilee Rosene Beazley, retired nurse: www.merrileebeazley.org

Justin Ray, sales: www.justinrayfortexas.com

U.S. House of Representatives


District 2

Republican

Dan Crenshaw, incumbent: www.crenshawforcongress.com

Democrat

Elisa Cardnell, teacher: www.elisacardnell.com

Sima Ladjevardian, attorney: www.twitter.com/simafortx

Travis Olsen, attorney: www.olsen2020.com

District 7

Democrat

Lizzie Fletcher, incumbent: www.lizziefletcher.com

Republican

Maria Espinoza, businesswoman: www.mariaforcongress2020.com

Wesley Hunt, real estate: www.wesleyfortexas.com

Jim Noteware, real estate developer: www.jimnotewareforcongress.com

Kyle Preston, energy consultant:

Laique Rehman, business owner: www.laiquerehman.com

Cindy Siegel, CPA: www.cindysiegel.com

District 10

Republican

Michael McCaul, incumbent: www.michaelmccaul.com

Democrat

Pritesh Gandhi, physician: www.gandhifortexas.com

Shannon Hutcheson, attorney: www.shannonhutcheson.com

Mike Siegel, civil rights attorney www.siegelfortexas.org
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By Danica Smithwick

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers public education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development, nonprofits and more in the Cy-Fair community.


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