Many candidates have filed for the March 3 primaries. Between Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties, nearly 150 candidates are on the ballots, according to the Texas secretary of state's website.

Bell County

Nearly 70 candidates filed for the March 3 primaries in Bell County.

Here’s who is on the ballot:

U.S. Senator

  • Republicans: John Cornyn,* Virgil Bierschwale, John Anthony Castro, Dwayne Stovall and Mark Yancey
  • Democrats: Chris Bell, Michael Copper, 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 and Royce West

U.S. Representative, District 31

  • Republicans: John Carter*, Christopher Wall and Mike Williams
  • Democrats: Michael Edwards Grimes, Eric Hanke, Donna Imam, Dan Janjigian, Christine Eady Mann and Tammy Young

U.S. Representative, District 25

  • Republicans: Roger Williams* and Keith Neuendorff
  • Democrats: Julie Oliver and Heidi Sloan

State Senator, District 24

  • Democrat: Clayton Tucker
  • Republican: Dawn Buckingham*

State Representative, District 54

  • Democrat: Likeithia “Keke” Williams
  • Republican: Brad Buckley*

State Representative, District 55

  • Republican: Hugh Shine*

Bell County Attorney

  • Republican: Jim Nichols*

Bell County Sheriff

  • Republicans: Fred Harris and Eddy Lange*

Bell County Commissioner, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Russell Schneider*

Bell County Commissioner, Precinct 3

  • Republican: Bill Schumann*

Bell County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 1

  • Republican: David Barfield*

Bell County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 1

  • Republicans: Hal Butchart, Michael Keefe and Chet Southworth
  • Democrats: Gregory Johnson and Daryl Peters*

Bell County Constable, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Pat Duffield*

Bell County Constable, Precinct 2

  • Republican: Rolly Correa*

Bell County Constable, Precinct 3

  • Republican: Devin Rosenthal

Bell County Constable, Precinct 4

  • Republicans: Michael Copeland and AJ Torres
  • Democrats: Calvin Brow, Martha Dominguez and Louie Minor

27th District Court

  • Republican: John Gauntt*

146th District Court

  • Republican: Jack Jones*

426th District Court

  • Republicans: Steve Duskie, Wade Faulkner and Jeff Parker

District Attorney, 27th Judicial District

  • Republican: Henry Garza*

State Board of Education, District 10

  • Democrats: Marsha Burnett-Webster and Stephen Wyman
  • Republican: Tom Maynard*

Coryell County

More than 40 candidates filed for the March 3 primaries in Coryell County.

U.S. Senator

  • Republicans: John Cornyn,* Virgil Bierschwale, John Anthony Castro, Dwayne Stovall and Mark Yancey
  • Democrats: Chris Bell, Michael Copper, 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 and Royce West

U.S. Representative, District 25

  • Republicans: Roger Williams* and Keith Neuendorff
  • Democrats: Julie Oliver and Heidi Sloan

State Senator, District 24

  • Democrat: Clayton Tucker
  • Republican: Dawn Buckingham*

State Representative, District 59

  • Republicans: Cody Johnson, J.D. Sheffield* and Shelby Slawson

Coryell County Attorney

  • Republican: Brandon Belt*

Coryell County Sheriff

  • Republicans: Roger Hammack and Scott A. Williams*

Coryell County Tax Assessor-Collector

  • Republican: Justin K. Carothers*

Coryell County Commissioner, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Kyle Matthews*

Coryell County Commissioner, Precinct 3

  • Republicans: Ryan Basham, Jerry A. Casey, Jaydie Dixon, Paul Hopson, Dewey Jones and Justin Yeazey

Coryell County Constable, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Guy Beveridge*

Coryell County Constable, Precinct 2

  • Republicans: Shawn Camp* and Chuck Wilson

Coryell County Constable, Precinct 3

  • Republicans: Jimmy R. Daniel and Kirby Ruiz

Coryell County Constable, Precinct 4

  • Republican: Teddy Brock*

 

Lampasas County

Nearly 35 candidates filed for the March 3 primaries in Lampasas County

U.S. Senator

  • Republicans: John Cornyn,* Virgil Bierschwale, John Anthony Castro, Dwayne Stovall and Mark Yancey
  • Democrats: Chris Bell, Michael Copper, 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 and Royce West

U.S. Representative, District 25

  • Republicans: Roger Williams* and Keith Neuendorff
  • Democrats: Julie Oliver and Heidi Sloan

State Representative, District 54

  • Democrat: Likeithia “Keke” Williams
  • Republican: Brad Buckley*

State Senator, District 24

  • Democrat: Clayton Tucker
  • Republican: Dawn Buckingham*

Lampasas County Attorney

  • Republican: John Greenwood*

Lampasas County Sheriff

  • Republican: Jess G. Ramos*

Lampasas County Tax Assessor-Collector

  • Republican: Betty Salinas

Lampasas County Commissioner, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Bobby Carroll*

Lampasas County Commissioner, Precinct 3

  • Republican: Lewis Bridges*

Lampasas County Constable, Precinct 1

  • Republican: Dennis A. James*

Lampasas County Constable, Precincts 2 and 3

  • Republicans: John W. Harris* and Misty Maldonado

Lampasas County Constable, Precinct 4

  • Republican: Gilbert Esparza

Monique Brand - Killeen Daily Herald

mbrand@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7567

City Hall Reporter

Monique 'Mo' Brand joined the Herald in May 2019. Before that, she covered border coverage and county government in Arizona. She also worked as a reporter in Kerrville, Los Angeles, and Norfolk Virginia. The U.S. Navy veteran grew up in Killeen.

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