3 Calhoun County JP seats open

Elena Watts By Elena Watts

Dec. 11, 2013 at 6:11 a.m.

Three justices of the peace offices in Calhoun County are open for the March 4 primary election.

James Duckett will not run again for justice of the peace, Precinct 2 office.

Calvin R. Anderle, 56, a jailer with the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office; and Kenneth Wenske, 59, a day operator, are seeking the Democratic Party nomination. Both live in Port Lavaca.

Incumbent Precinct 3 Judge Gary Noska also will not seek re-election.

Tanya Dunlap Dimak, 40, a certified court clerk from Port Lavaca, is seeking the Democratic Party nomination.

Carroll (Cary) Kneupper, 48, of Point Comfort, project manager for Bering Sea Environmental and real estate investor, is seeking the Republican Party nomination for the office.

The death of Judge James Dworaczyk leaves the justice of the peace, Precinct 4, seat vacant. Mark Daniel, 57, a self-employed Seadrift resident, is seeking the Democratic Party nomination for that office.

Wesley Hunt, 52, of Seadrift, city councilman and public safety commissioner for Seadrift; and Bill McGill, 61, of Seadrift, retired Union Carbide instructor, are seeking the Republican Party nomination.

Incumbent Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Nancy Pomykal, 64, of Port O'Connor, is seeking the Republican nomination.



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