List: 2020 March Primary candidates

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Monday was the filing deadline for the March 2020 Primary Election in Texas. Candidates in the Republican and Democratic parties were required to file their paperwork by the 6 p.m. deadline in order to make it onto the March ballot.

Election day is Tuesday, March 3 in Texas. If needed, a run-off election will be held on May 26, 2020. The chosen candidate from each party will then face each other in the November 2, 2020, General Election. Texas does not require voters to register with a political party prior to election day.

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

U.S. Senator

  • Chris Bell
  • Michael Cooper
  • Amanda K. Edwards
  • Jack Daniel Foster Jr.
  • Annie ‘Mama’ Garcia
  • Victor Hugo Harris
  • Mary “MJ” Hegar
  • Sema Hernandez
  • D.R. Hunter
  • Adrian Ocegueda
  • Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez
  • Royce West

U.S. Representative District 16

  • Veronica Escobar

U.S. Representative District 23

  • Rosalinda Ramos Abuabara
  • Jaime Escuder
  • Gina Ortiz Jones
  • Liz Wahl
  • Brandyn Waterman

State Board of Education, District 1

  • Georgina Perez

State Senator, District 29

  • Cesar Blanco

State Representative District 75

  • Mary Gonzalez

State Representative District 76

  • Elisa Tamayo
  • Claudia Ordaz Perez

State Representative District 77

  • Lina Ortega

State Representative District 78

  • Joe Moody

State Representative 79

  • Art Fierro

El Paso County Sheriff

  • Richard Wiles
  • Raul Mendiola
  • Carlos Carrillo
  • Ron Martin

District Attorney

  • Yvonne Rosales
  • James Montoya
  • Roger Montoya
  • Karen Dykes

Chief Justice, 8th Court of Appeals

  • Angie Juarez Barill
  • Yvonne Rodriguez

District Judge 34th Court

  • William Moody

District Judge 41st Court

  • Annabell Perez

District Judge 65th Court

  • Yahara Gutierrez

District Judge 346th Court

  • Ruben Nunez
  • Paty Baca

District Judge 383rd Court

  • Patrick Bramblett
  • Lucila Flores
  • Lyda Ness Garcia

District Judge 384th Court

  • Patrick Garcia

District Judge 388th Court

  • Laura Strathmann
  • Marlene Gonzalez
  • Ricardo ‘Rick’ Rios

District Judge 409th Court

  • Sam Medrano

District Judge 448th Court

  • Sergio Enriquez
  • Abe Gonzalez

Criminal District Judge #1

  • Diana Navarrete
  • Octavio Dominguez

County Criminal Court at Law #3

  • Carlos Carrasco

County Criminal Court at Law #4

  • Jesus Herrera
  • Jessica Vazquez

County Commissioner District 1

  • Carlos Leon

County Commissioner District 3

  • Vincent Perez
  • Iliana Holguin
  • Elia Garcia
  • Eduardo Romero

County Attorney

  • Jo Anne Bernal

County Tax Assessor

  • Ruben Gonzalez
  • Ivan Nino

Constable Precinct 1

  • Oscar Ugarte

Constable Precinct 2

  • Jeremiah Haggerty
  • Danny Zamora

Constable Precinct 3

  • Hector Bernal

Constable Precinct 4

  • Louie Aguilar
  • Miguel Rico
  • Louie Medina

Constable Precinct 5

  • Manny Lopez

Constable Precinct 6, Place 1

  • Javier Garcia

Constable Precinct 7

  • Angie Sommers

REPUBLICAN PARTY

U.S. Senator

  • Virgil Bierschwale
  • John Cornyn
  • Dwayne Stovall
  • Mark Yancey

U.S. Representative District 16

  • Anthony Aguero
  • Jaime Arriola Jr.
  • Blanca Ortiz-Trout
  • Patrick Cigarruista
  • Irene Armendariz Jackson
  • Samuel Williams

U.S. Representative District 23

  • Alma Arredondo-Lynch
  • Alia Ureste
  • Tony Gonzales
  • Raul Reyes Jr.
  • Ben Van Winkle

State Senator, District 29

  • Bethany Hatch

State Representative District 78

  • Jeffrey Lane

Chief Justice, 8th Court of Appeals

  • Jeff Alley

District Judge 383rd Court

  • Phyllis Martinez Gonzalez

County Commissioner Precinct 3

  • Randy French

County Constable Precinct 2

  • Edward Sena

County Constable Precinct 6, Place 1

  • Jose Rojo

County Constable Precinct 7

  • Joseph Burds

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