Steve Radack not running for reelection; here is who has filed for Harris County Precinct 3 commissioner seat

Steve Radack did not filed for re-election as Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner.
Steve Radack did not file for re-election as Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner.

Steve Radack did not file for re-election as Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner.

Update: This story has been updated 9:20 a.m. on Dec. 13 to include additional candidates who filed to run in the 2020 primary. The story originally published Dec. 10.

Steve Radack’s office confirmed Dec. 10 that the Harris County Precinct 3 commissioner did not file for re-election to run in the 2020 March Republican primary.

The deadline to file was Dec. 9, but on Nov. 15 Radack said he intended to file.

Community Impact Newspaper reached out for more information regarding why Radack—who has served as commissioner since first elected in 1988—decided not to campaign, but he was not immediately available.

Here are the Harris County Commissioner Precinct 3 candidate filings for the March 3 primary, according to the Texas Secretary of State. 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.

Republican primary

  • Tom Ramsey

  • Susan Sample

  • Brenda Stardig

Democratic primary

  • Diana Martinez Alexander

  • Zaher Eisa

  • Erik “Beto” Hassan

  • Michael Moore

  • Morris Overstreet

  • Kristi Thibaut

By Jen Para
Jen joined Community Impact Newspaper in fall 2018 as the editor of the Katy edition. She covers education, transportation, local government, business and development in the Katy area.


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