Q&A: Get to know the candidates for Texas House of Representatives District 27 ahead of the March primaries

Two candidates are running for the position of Texas House of Representatives District 27 representative. (Courtesy Unsplash)
Two candidates are running for the position of Texas House of Representatives District 27 representative. (Courtesy Unsplash)

Two candidates are running for the position of Texas House of Representatives District 27 representative. (Courtesy Unsplash)

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(Courtesy Ron Reynolds)

There are two candidates vying in the Democratic race for the position of representative in Texas House of Representatives District 27.

The primary will be held March 1 with early voting taking place Feb. 14-25. The winners for each party in the March primaries will be on the ballot in the November general election.

Candidate responses may have been edited for length and clarity.

*Indicates incumbent

Ron Reynolds*



Experience: has served as representative for House District 27 for six terms (12 years)

Occupation: state representative

832-721-2667

Website: www.ronaldreynolds.org

Rodrigo Carreon

Experience: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Occupation: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Website: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

QUESTIONS

Q: What would be your three priorities if you were elected?

Reynolds: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Carreon: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Q: We have a lot of diversity and a lot of development. What will you do to ensure that all of your constituents are represented with Fort Bend County as diverse as it is?

Reynolds: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Carreon: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Q: What do you think will be your biggest challenge if you are elected?

Reynolds: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

Carreon: Candidate did not submit responses as of press time

By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.