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.

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Harris County

Precinct 3 Commissioner


Tom Ramsey, civil engineer:

Susan Sample, attorney:

Brenda Stardig, real estate broker:


Diana Martinez Alexander, educational diagnostician:

Zaher Eisa, security officer:

Erik "Beto" Hassan, entrepreneur

Michael Moore, strategic communications:

Morris Overstreet, lawyer

Kristi Thibaut, former state legislator:

Precinct 4 Constable


Chris Bounds, deputy sheriff:

Mark Herman, incumbent constable:


Jeff McGowen, deputy sheriff:

Precinct 5 Constable


Ted Heap, Incumbent constable:


Mark Alan Harrison, finance

Mark Miller, deputy constable

Randy Newman, police officer



Ed Gonzalez, incumbent sheriff:

Jerome Moore, deputy constable:

Harry Zamora, retired Houston Police Department lieutenant:


Joe Danna, deputy sheriff:

Paul Day, patrol deputy:

Randy Rush, retired law enforcement

District Attorney


Carvana Cloud, attorney:

Audia Jones, attorney:

Kim Ogg, incumbent district attorney:

Todd Overstreet, lawyer:


Lori Deangelo, attorney:

Mary Huffman, attorney:

Lloyd Wayne Oliver, attorney at law

Texas House of Representatives

District 126


E. Sam Harless, incumbent:


Undrai F. Fizer, ambassador/publisher:

Natali Hurtado, deputy executive director:

District 130


Tom Oliverson, incumbent:


Bryan J Henry, professor:

District 132


Gina Calanni, incumbent:


Angelica Garcia, CEO/president of transportation company:

Mike Schofield, attorney:

District 135


Jon E. Rosenthal, incumbent:


Merrilee Rosene Beazley, retired nurse:

Justin Ray, sales:

U.S. House of Representatives

District 2


Dan Crenshaw, incumbent:


Elisa Cardnell, teacher:

Sima Ladjevardian, attorney:

Travis Olsen, attorney:

District 7


Lizzie Fletcher, incumbent:


Maria Espinoza, businesswoman:

Wesley Hunt, real estate:

Jim Noteware, real estate developer:

Kyle Preston, energy consultant:

Laique Rehman, business owner:

Cindy Siegel, CPA:

District 10


Michael McCaul, incumbent:


Pritesh Gandhi, physician:

Shannon Hutcheson, attorney:

Mike Siegel, civil rights attorney
By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


Cy-Fair ISD recently added 266 propane buses to its total fleet. Funded by the 2019 bond package, the buses account for approximately 30% of the district’s total fleet and provide cleaner emissions. (Courtesy Cy-Fair ISD)
Cy-Fair ISD's 2019 bond program funds new propane buses to replace diesel vehicles

Propane buses now account for about 30% of the district's entire fleet.

The University of St. Thomas is a private Catholic college in Houston. It also has a microcampus in downtown Conroe. (Emma Whalen/Community Impact Newspaper)
University of St. Thomas offering free tuition to first 500 students who apply

The online degrees are in the following fields: cybersecurity, network technology, electronic technology, general business, and alcohol and drug dependency counseling.

Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 has begun construction on the first of three phases for its new 43-acre, state-of-the-art campus located in Spring, according to a May 7 news release. (Courtesy Cypress Creek EMS)
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The campus will house ESD No. 11's new ambulance service, which is scheduled to launch Sept. 4 when the district's contract with current service provider, Cypress Creek Emergency Medical Services, expires.

King and his team constructed the Ringing Singing Tree, a 17-foot-tall, 20-ton wind powered sound sculpture, in 2015. The project is on display outside of Austin. (Courtesy JK Welding)
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The new campus will be modeled after the comprehensive Houston Methodist West and Houston Methodist The Woodlands facilities. (Courtesy Houston Methodist)
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The new hospital could open as early as 2024 and ultimately employ more than 500 people, officials said.

The Texas Department of State Health Services projects a significant shortage of nurses by 2032. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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In 2018, the state health department estimated about 11% of the demand for nurses was not able to be met, and that number is expected to rise to 16.3% by 2032.

Jersey Village City Hall is located on Lakeview Drive, but city officials have plans to break ground on a new facility in Village Center this summer. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)
Village Center, new Jersey Village City Hall slated for groundbreaking this summer following delays

If construction begins this summer as planned, the entire project could be completed within three to four years, officials told residents during a May 4 information session about the project.

Houston, Harris County annual addresses no longer hosted by Greater Houston Partnership over Texas voter bill dispute

Local leaders criticized the area chamber of commerce for not taking a definitive stance on two voting access bills currently being deliberated in the Texas Legislature.

The new location is Chipotle's first in Magnolia. (Courtesy Chipotle Mexican Grill)
Chipotle opens in Magnolia; get a sneak peek of new Houston aquarium and more metro news

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RoseMary Tucker founded the Hoodies 4 Healing Foundation. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)
Cypress-based nonprofit Hoodies 4 Healing Foundation serves families in need

From feeding the homeless to financially supporting single mothers raising children with medical conditions, RoseMary Tucker said her goal is to give back to the community.

The business specializes in customized in-home consultations during which families will receive a fire safety plan specific to their house's floor plan and an age-appropriate, individualized plan for each family member. (Courtesy Fire Smart, LLC)
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