Thursday was the first day candidates for federal, state and local county offices could file their application with the respective party chairmen. The bi-annual political elections are upon us once again.
Local offices up for election (listing the incumbent) in 2010 are:
Judge, 267th Judicial District, Skipper Koetter
Judge, 377th Judicial District, Robert Cheshire
Criminal District Attorney, Steve Tyler
District Clerk, Cathy Stuart
County Judge, Donald R. Pozzi
Judge, County Court at Law #1, Laura Weiser
Judge, County Court at Law #2, Juan Velasquez
Commissioner, Precinct No. 2, Kevin Janak
Commissioner, Precinct No. 4, Wayne Dierlam
County Clerk, Val D. Huvar
County Treasurer, Sean Kennedy
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1, Annie Ramos
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2, Stuart Posey
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 3, Robert Whitaker
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 4, Henry Welfel
Every candidate who accepts money or spends their own money on an elective public office must file campaign finance reports. These reports detail all funds related to the candidates election bid. For most of the above local offices the filing place is the Elections Office. The exception is the district judges who file with the Texas Ethics Commission.
My office is open for any candidate to discuss issues related to campaign finance and reporting deadlines.
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