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Here is the list of candidates who filed to run in either the Republican Party or Democratic Party primaries in March, according to the Texas Secretary of State:

Incumbents listed in bold-face type.

Texas Senate, District 25
Republican

Donna Campbell

Houston
Republican Elisa Chan San Antonio
Republican Mike Novak San Antonio
Democratic Daniel Boone Canyon Lake
State Representative, District 45
Republican

Jason Isaac

Dripping Springs
207th State District Court
Repubilcan

Jack Robison

New Braunfels
274th State District Court
Republican

Gary L. Steel

428th State District Court
Republican

Bill Henry

San Marcos
Hays County District Attorney
Republican Lynn Peach Kyle
Republican Wesley “Wes” Mau Dripping Springs
Hays County Judge
Republican

Bert Cobb

San Marcos
Democratic Abel Velasquez San Marcos
Hays County Court at Law No. 2
Democratic

Linda A. Rodriguez

Kyle
Republican David S. Glickler Buda
Hays County District Clerk
Republican

Beverly Crumley

Buda
Hays County Clerk
Republican

Liz Q. Gonzalez

San Marcos
Democratic Gina Islas-Mendoza San Marcos
Hays County Treasurer
Republican

Michele Tuttle

San Marcos
Hays County Surveyor
Republican

Kelly Kilber

Wimberley
Hays County Commissioner, Pct. 2
 Republican

 Mark Jones

 Kyle
Hays County Commissioner, Pct. 4
Republican

Ray Whisenant

Dripping Springs
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1, Place 2
Democratic

Margie Hernandez

San Marcos
Republican Peggy Jones San Marcos
Republican Judy Seim San Marcos
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2   
Democratic

Beth Smith

Mountain City
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3
Republican

Andrew Cable

Wimberley
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4
Republican

Terry Kyle

Dripping Springs
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 5
Democratic

Scott Cary

Buda


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5 thoughts on “The List: Candidates for Hays County public offices 2014

  1. Brad
    You need to print a retraction, you have Senator Campbell address as Houston and she has never lived in Houston. I know you know better!

  2. To be fair, Campbell lists that as a Mailing address, and does not claim residency there. More than likely, she has contracted a firm to handle her TEC filings, and that is their address, not hers.

    A quick check notes a number of Republican candidates and committees using that same address, even down to the suite number.

  3. Given that Campbell is so easily and convincingly labeled a carpetbagger — having “moved” to New Braunfels from Columbus a matter of weeks before filing to run in SD-25 in the 2012 election — it is pretty inexplicable for her or her consultants to compound the problem by using a Houston address.

    You are right, Griffin, that Campbell’s Houston address is the same one used by Texans for Dan Patrick and a number of lobbyists registered with the Texas Ethics Commission.

  4. Look at all the incumbents running unopposed – 13 of 19 races are currently uncontested. Looks like voter turnout isn’t the only facet of American politics where more participation is needed.

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