Calhoun County Democrats file for primary election

Elena Watts By Elena Watts

Nov. 19, 2013 at 5:19 a.m.

Democrats who have filed for the March 4 primary election in Calhoun County are running unopposed so far. Candidates can continue to file with Democratic Party County Chairwoman Evelyn Spillman Burleson through 6 p.m. Dec. 9. She said Tuesday she expects a dozen more filings by the deadline.

Susan Riley, 56, administrative assistant for County Judge Michael Pfeifer, has filed for the county clerk nomination.

Incumbent County Clerk Anita Fricke announced she will not seek re-election.

Incumbent Dan W. Heard, 67, will run again for criminal district attorney.

Incumbent Mike Pfeifer, 61, will be on the ballot for county judge.

Incumbent Alex R. Hernandez, 62, will run for county court-at-law No. 1 judge.

Incumbent Pamela Martin Hartgrove, 63, will be on the ballot for district clerk.

Incumbent Vern Lyssy, 50, will be on the ballot again for county commissioner Precinct 2.

Incumbent Kenneth W. Finster, 57, will run for county commissioner Precinct 4.

Burleson, 78, will run again for Democratic Party County chairwoman.

All the candidates are from Port Lavaca.



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