Here is who has filed to run for U.S. District 22 in the March 3 primary

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Filing for the March 2020 primaries opened on Nov. 9. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Filing for the March 2020 primaries opened on Nov. 9. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Updated on Dec. 12 at 4:15 p.m.

The filing deadline for the March 2020 primaries is Dec. 9. 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. The article will be updated as more names are available. So far, here are the candidates who have filed or announced their candidacy for the U.S. District 22 seat, whose information Community Impact Newspaper has access to.

Republican primary:

  • Pierce Bush

  • Jon Camarillo

  • Douglas Haggard

  • Aaron Hermes

  • Greg Hill

  • Matt Hinton

  • Dan Mathews

  • Diana Miller

  • Troy Nehls

  • Shandon Phan

  • Bangar Reddy

  • Kathaleen Wall

  • Joe Walz




Democratic primary:

  • Chris Fernandez

  • Sri Kulkarni

  • Nyanza Moore

  • Carmine Petricco III

  • Derrick Reed




Originally published on Nov. 26 at 1:43 p.m.


Several candidates have announced their intention to run for U.S. District 22, a seat that has been held by Pete Olson since 2008. Olson has announced that he will not be running for re-election in 2020.

Filing for the March 3 primaries opened Nov. 9. According to the secretary of state's website, here are the candidates who have filed for the District 22 seat:

  • Aaron Hermes, Republican primary

  • Greg Hill, Republican primary

  • Matt Hinton, Republican primary

  • Bangar Reddy, Republican primary

  • Kathaleen Wall, Republican primary


This article will be updated as the secretary of state's website is updated. Candidates have until Dec. 9 to file.

For a complete list of candidates, read Community Impact Newspaper's February edition once published.
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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