Katy-area residents can vote on these local county candidates in the March primary

Here is who has filed for various county-level positions in the Katy area. (Courtesy steheap/Adobe Stock)
Here is who has filed for various county-level positions in the Katy area. (Courtesy steheap/Adobe Stock)

Here is who has filed for various county-level positions in the Katy area. (Courtesy steheap/Adobe Stock)

Candidate filing information for the March 3 primary was released by the Texas secretary of state this week for federal, state and county races, including several in Harris, Fort Bend and Waller counties.

The filing deadline was Dec. 9 for the primary elections.

Here is who has filed for various county-level positions in the Katy area, according to information available Dec. 13 from the Texas Secretary of State's Office. This list does not include every position, such as district judges.

*Incumbent

HARRIS COUNTY


Harris County commissioner Precinct 3

Republican

  • Tom Ramsey

  • Susan Sample

  • Brenda Stardig


Democrat


  • Diana Martinez Alexander

  • Zaher Eisa

  • Erik “Beto” Hassan

  • Michael Moore

  • Morris Overstreet

  • Kristi Thibaut


Harris County County constable Precinct 5

Republican


  • *Ted Heap


Democrat


  • Mark Alan Harrison

  • Mark Miller

  • Randy Newman


Harris County sheriff

Republican


  • Joe Danna

  • Paul Day

  • Randy Rush


Democrat


  • *Ed Gonzalez

  • Jerome Moore

  • Harry Zamora


Harris County tax assessor-collector

Republican


  • Chris Daniel


Democrat


  • *Ann Harris Bennett

  • Jolanda “Jo” Jones

  • Jack Terence


Harris County attorney

Republican


  • John Nation


Democrat


  • Christian Dashaun Menefee

  • Ben Rose

  • *Vince Ryan




FORT BEND COUNTY

Fort Bend County commissioner Precinct 3

Republican


  • Wendy Duncan

  • Glenn “Harry” Gustafson

  • *W.A. “Andy” Meyers


Democrat


  • Hope Martin


Fort Bend County constable Precinct 3

Republican


  • Chad Norvell

  • Jesse Zamaripa


Democrat


  • Mo Nehad

  • Patrick Quincy


Fort Bend County sheriff

Republican


  • John Minchew

  • Trevor Nehls

  • Siddiqi Muzaffar


Democrat


  • Eric Fagan

  • Geneane Hughes

  • Cpt. Holland Jones


Fort Bend County tax assessor-collector

Republican


  • Phillip Andrews

  • J.J. Clemence

  • Jaison Joseph

  • James Pressler


Democrat


  • Neeta Sane

  • Carmen Turner


Fort Bend County attorney

Republican


  • Steve Rogers


Democrat


  • David Hunter

  • Sonia Rash

  • Bridgette Smith-Lawson




WALLER COUNTY

Waller County sheriff

Democrat


  • Cedric D. Watson


The Texas secretary of state’s website does not list any Republican candidates for any Waller County races as of Dec. 13. Community Impact Newspaper has reached out to the Waller County Republican Party for more information.
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