Pyssen and Farmer Square Off in Today's Republican Primary
SAN ANGELO, TX -- Voters in Tom Green County head to the polls today to select a new County Commissioner in Precinct Two and to select nominees for statewide offices and for Congress in the November general election.
Tana Sue Pyssen and Sammy Farmer are running for the County Commissioner seat being vacated by Aubrey DeCordova who has served three terms. There is no candidate in the Democrat primary, so the winner of today’s Republican primary will be sworn in as Pct. 2 County Commissioner on January 1, 2019. The race for Pct 2 County Commissioner is the only contested local race on the ballot.
Registered voters in Tom Green County can cast ballots at any polling location today. Polls are open until 7 p.m. at the following locations:
- Angelo Bible Church 3506 Sherwood Way
- Belmore Baptist Church 1214 South Bell
- Calvary Baptist Church 2401 Armstrong St.
- Christoval Comm. Center 20022 Main St., Christoval, TX 76935
- Celebration Church 2639 Sunset Dr.
- Concho Valley Transit District (Bus Depot) 510 North Chadbourne
- First Assembly of God Church 1442 Edmund Blvd.
- Grape Creek ISD, Admin. Bldg. 8207 US Hwy 87
- Keating Paint and Body Shop 5050 North Chadbourne
- MHMR 1501 W. Beauregard
- Paulann Baptist Church 2531 Smith Blvd.
- Segunda Iglesia Bautista 510 W Avenue T
- Southgate Church of Christ 528 Country Club Road
- Southland Baptist Church 4300 Meadow Creek
- St. Ambrose Catholic Church 8602 Loop 570 Wall 76959
- TxDOT 4502 Knickerbocker Rd Bldg E
- Veribest Baptist Church 50 FM 2334, Veribest, TX 76886
- Wesley Trinity United Methodist Church 301 West 18th
- West Texas Rehab 1925 University
Of the over 64,000 registered voters in Tom Green County, 2,620 cast ballots during early voting. According to the Elections office, 1,655 voters requested ballots by mail and 1,312 returned them to be counted.
510 registered voters cast ballots in the Democrat primary during early voting and 2110 voters cast ballots in the Republican primary. 381 voters cast ballots by mail in the Democrat primary while 931 cast ballots in the Republican primary by mail.
We will have complete election coverage after the polls close tonight.