Burnet County Election News Featured Story - Home Slider Government Llano County News Burnet and Llano counties finalize March 1 primary election lineups Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) 1 month ago | Daniel Clifton With Republican and Democratic primary filing periods closed, Highland Lakes voters now know who is seeking their party’s nomination for county races. Prospective candidates had until Friday, Dec. 13, to file with their county party chairs to be considered for the March 1, 2022, primaries. According to the party chairs for the Burnet County Democratic Party and Llano County Democratic Party, no Democrat filed to run in local races. The following Republican candidates filed for the March 1 primary in Burnet County: County Judge — Doak Field and incumbent James OakleyCounty Court at Law — Cody Henson and Angela Dowdle (open seat)District Clerk — incumbent Casie WalkerCounty Clerk — Sara Ann Luther and Vicinta Stafford (open seat)County Treasurer — incumbent Karrie CrownoverPrecinct 2 County Commissioner — incumbent Damon Beierle Precinct 4 County Commissioner — incumbent Joe Don Dockery and Harold A. Hudson Jr.Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Roxanne NelsonPrecinct 2 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Lisa WhiteheadPrecinct 3 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Jane Marie Hurst and Jeff SellersPrecinct 4 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Debra Bindseil Llano County Republicans filing for the primary are: County Judge — incumbent Ron CunninghamDistrict Clerk — Ashley N. Inge (open seat)County Clerk — incumbent Marci HadelerCounty Treasurer — Cheryl Regmund (open seat)County Surveyor — incumbent John AblesPrecinct 2 County Commissioner — incumbent Linda RaschkePrecinct 4 County Commissioner — incumbent Jerry Don MossPrecinct 1 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Beatrice “Bebe” Rocha and Marquis CantuPrecinct 2 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Maureen RiggsPrecinct 3 Justice of the Peace — incumbent Deb EdwardsPrecinct 4 Justice of the Peace — Lisa Simpson, James Decker, Brian Scoggins, and William Koch (open seat)Precinct 1 Constable — incumbent Gary Silver A number of state and federal races with ties to the Highland Lakes will be on the March primary ballot. On the Republican side, the candidates are: U.S. Representative District 31 (includes Burnet County) — incumbent John Carter, Mike Williams, Abhiram GarapatiU.S. Representative District 11 (includes Llano County) — incumbent August PflugerState Board of Education District 10 (includes Burnet and Llano counties) — Tom MaynardState Senator District 24 (includes Burnet and Llano counties) — Pete Flores, Raul Reyes, and Lamar LewisState Representative District 19 (includes Burnet County) — Justin Berry, Nubia Devine, Ellen Troxclair, and Perla HopkinsState Representative District 53 (includes Llano County) — Wesley “Wes” Virdell and incumbent Andrew S. Murr424th Judicial District Judge (includes Burnet and Llano counties) — incumbent Evan Clay Stubbs On the Democratic side, the candidates are: State Senator District 24 (includes Burnet and Llano counties) — Kathy Jones-Hospod and Jeremy KohlwesState Representative District 19 (includes Burnet County) — Pam BaggettState Representative District 53 (includes Llano County) — Joe P. Herrera According to the Texas Secretary of State website, no Democrats have filed for U.S. representative Districts 11 and 31, State Board of Education District 10, or 424th Judicial District Judge. The state parties have until Friday, Dec. 17, to certify state and federal candidates. Check the SOS Candidate Information webpage for more information and updates. Other important dates for the March 1 primaries are: Jan. 31, 2022 — last date to register to vote in the March 1 primariesFeb. 18, 2022 — last date to apply for ballot by mailFeb. 14-25, 2022 — early voting for March 1 primariesMarch 1, 2022 — Primary Election Day firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel Clifton See author's posts Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Tags: burnet county, democrats, elections, government, Llano County, March 2022 primaries, republicans Continue Reading Previous New youth soccer league opens; registration ends Feb. 18Next GOVERNMENT MEETINGS: For the week of Dec. 20 You Might Like Featured Story - Home Slider Marble Falls news News News By Town Marble Falls, neighborhood settle dispute over out-of-city water rates 10 hours ago | DailyTrib.com Crime & Courtrooms Featured Story - Home Slider Marble Falls news News News By Town Vandalism plagues Marble Falls parks 10 hours ago | Brigid Cooley Featured Story - Home Slider School Information BCISD daily attendance declines due to COVID, but state funds should not 13 hours ago | Daniel Clifton 1 thought on “Burnet and Llano counties finalize March 1 primary election lineups” Glad to see someone running against the county judge. 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