Here’s who’s on the ballot for Georgetown voters in November

Updated Oct. 15 at 8:45 a.m.

Candidates in this listing were selected based on ballots mailed to voters within the coverage area of the Georgetown edition of Community Impact Newspaper. Some positions may not appear on all voters’ ballots. Only contested races are listed.

*Incumbent
(R) Republican Party (D) Democratic Party (L) Libertarian Party (I) Independent

STATEWIDE RACES

U.S. senator
(R) Ted Cruz*
(D) Beto O’Rourke
(L) Neal M. Dikeman

Governor
(R) Greg Abbott*
(D) Lupe Valdez
(L) Mark Jay Tippetts

Lieutenant governor
(R) Dan Patrick*
(D) Mike Collier
(L) Kerry Douglas McKennon

Attorney general
(R) Ken Paxton*
(D) Justin Nelson
(L) Michael Ray Harris

Comptroller for public accounts
(R) Glenn Hegar*
(D) Joi Chevalier
(L) Ben Sanders

Commissioner of the General Land Office
(R) George P. Bush*
(D) Miguel Suazo
(L) Matt Piña

Commissioner of agriculture
(R) Sid Miller*
(D) Kim Olson
(L) Richard Carpenter

Railroad commissioner
(R) Christi Craddick*
(D) Roman McAllen
(L) Mike Wright

JUDICIAL RACES

Texas Supreme Court
Justice, Place 2
(R) Jimmy Blacklock*
(D) Steven Kirkland

Justice, Place 4
(R) John Devine*
(D) R.K Sandill

Justice, Place 6
(R) Jeff Brown*
(D) Kathy Cheng

State Court of Criminal Appeals
Presiding judge
(R) Sharon Keller*
(D) Maria T. (Terri) Jackson
(L) William Bryan Strange III

Place 7
(R) Barbara Parker Hervey*
(D) Ramona Franklin

Place 8
(R) Michelle Slaughter
(D) Mark Ash

3rd Court of Appeals District
Justice, Place 2
(R) Cindy Olson Bourland*
(D) Edward Smith

Justice, Place 3
(R) Scott Field*
(D) Chari Kelly

Justice, Place 5
(R) David Puryear*
(D) Thomas J. Baker

Justice, Place 6
(R) Michael “Mike” Toth*
(D) Gisela D. Triana

LOCAL RACES

U.S. House
Representative, District 31
(R) John Carter*
(D) Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar
(L) Jason Hope

Texas Senate
Senator, District 5
(R) Charles Schwertner*
(D) Meg Walsh
(L) Amy Lyons

Texas House
Representative, District 20
(R) Terry M. Wilson*
(D) Stephen M. Wyman

Representative, District 52
(R) Cynthia Flores
(D) James Talarico

Williamson County
County judge

(R) Bill Gravell
(D) Blane Conklin
(I) William (Bill) Kelberlau

County clerk
(R) Nancy E. Rister*
(D) Jessica Tiedt

County treasurer
(R) Scott Heselmeyer*
(D) Omar Kadir

Judge, County Court-at-Law 1
(R) Brandy Hallford*
(D) Don Morehard

Justice of the peace, Precinct 3
(R) Evelyn McLean
(D) Katherine Kerr Kubatzky

Sources: Texas Secretary of State, Williamson County Elections Department/Community Impact Newspaper

Correction: A previous version of this post incorrectly identified Evelyn McLean as the incumbent for Williamson County Justice of the peace, Precinct 3.


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