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Filing For 2018 Elections Is Underway

The Texas Secretary of State’s elections website has as of Tuesday morning, the names of 21 people who have filed for 16 Brazos County elected positions in next year’s election. So far, there are three primary races.

For district clerk, Republican incumbent Marc Hamblin tells WTAW News he will announce his future plans on December first. Two other Republicans have filed for district clerk…Gabriel Garcia and Krystal Kelly.

WTAW News has reached out to precinct one justice of the peace Mike McCleary to see if he is running for re-election. Three Republicans have filed for his seat…Joshua Benn, Kenny Elliott, and Sue Elliott.

And Precinct two justice of the peace Tommy Munoz has filed for re-election, and is opposed in the Republican primary by Terrence Nunn and Robbie James, Jr.

Among incumbents who have filed and have no opponents, are county judge Duane Peters, commissioners Sammy Catalena and Irma Cauley, district judges Kyle Hawthorne and Steve Smith, county court at law judge Amanda Matzke, j-p’s Rick Hill and Louis Garcia, county clerk Karen McQueen, and constables Jeff Reeves, Donald Lampo, J.P. Ingram, and Isaac Butler.

Click HERE to be directed to the Secretary of State’s elections filing webpage.

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Posted by on Nov 14 2017. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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The city of Bryan has provided a summary of proposed changes to the current animal ordinance. Tonight is the chance to speak to city officials. Comments by e-mail are being accepted through tomorrow.Friendly reminder! Today you have an opportunity to provide much wanted feedback on proposed changes to the existing animal ordinance. Citizens are welcome and encouraged to join us October 18th at 5:30 PM in Council Chambers for the Bryan Animal Center Advisory Committee meeting to share their thoughts.

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