Read election Q&A's with Lake Houston, Humble, Kingwood-area candidates

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

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)

See who is on the ballot in our Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood coverage area in the upcoming election. Early voting is Oct. 13-30. Election Day is Nov. 3.

U.S. House

Q&A: Meet the candidates for US House District 8


Candidates running for U.S. House District 8 answered questions prior the the Nov. 3 election.

Election Q&A: US House District 2


Three candidates are running to be elected the representative for U.S. House District 2.

Texas Senate

Q&A: Texas Senate District 4 candidates share their legislative objectives

Incumbent Republican Brandon Creighton, Democrat Jay Stittleburg and Libertarian Cameron Brock are in the race for the Texas Senate seat that covers portions of the Greater Houston area.

Texas House

Q&A: Texas House District 3 candidates discuss biggest challenges, plans for legislation

Incumbent Cecil Bell Jr. will go up against Martin Shupp in the race for District 3 in the Texas House this November.

Election Q&A: Texas House District 15

Texas House District 15 candidates Lorena McGill and Steve Toth answer questions prior to the Nov. 3 election.

Election Q&A: Texas House of Representatives District 127

There are two candidates running for House District 127.

Harris County

Election Q&A: Harris County sheriff

Get to know the two candidates, Ed Gonzalez and Joe Danna, who are running for Harris County sheriff.

Election Q&A: Harris County constable Precinct 4

Learn more about Jeff McGowen and Mark Herman, who are running for Harris County Precinct 4 constable.

Montgomery County

Q&A: East Montgomery County Improvement District candidates discuss their goals


Learn more about the candidates for East Montgomery County Improvement District Position 3 seat ahead of the November general election.

Candidate Q&A: Montgomery County 457th Civil Court

Candidates Marc Meyer and Vince Santini discuss issues with the newly created 457th District Court in Montgomery County.

Humble City Council

Election Q&A: Humble City Council Place 4

Candidates Arliss Bentley, Bruce Davidson and Paula Settle shared their priorities for Humble, how they would recover from the pandemic and more.

Kelly Schafler, Hannah Zedaker, Andrew Christman, Ben Thompson, Andy Li and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.


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Kalera will open a vertical farming facility in Humble in late spring or early summer. (Courtesy Kalera)
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