Early Voting Starts Monday – Here's What's on the Ballot


SAN ANGELO – Early voting for the midterm elections begins Monday in Texas and runs through Nov. 4.  There are several statewide offices up for grabs but local races were decided in the spring primary and runoff elections.  Most notable in San Angelo is the proposition for the Sanctuary City for the Unborn ordinance and the race for Tom Green County Judge where there is a Republican nominee and a write in candidate.  

Here's the contested races voters will see on the midterm ballot in Tom Green County.  


Greg Abbott (R)

Beto O'Rourke (D)

Mark Tippets (L)

Delilah Barrios (G)

Lieutenant Governor:

Dan Patrick (R)

Mike Collier (D)

Shanna Steele (L)

Attorney General: 

Ken Paxton (R) 

Rochelle Mercedes Garza (D)

Mark Ash (L)

Comptroller of Public Accounts: 

Glen Hegar (R)

Janet T. Dubbing (D)

V. Alonzo Echevarria-Garza (L)

Commissioner of the General Land Office:

Dawn Buckingham (R)

Jay Kleberg (D) 

Alfred Molison Jr. (G)

Commissioner of Agriculture: 

Sid Miller (R)

Susan Hayes (D)

Railroad Commissioner: 

Wayne Christian (R)

Luke Warford (D)

Jaime Andres Diez (L)

Hunter Wayne Crow (G)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3:

Debra Lehrmann (R)

Erin A. Nowell (D)

Thomas Edward Oxford (L)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5: 

Rebecca Huddle (R)

Amanda Reichek (D)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9:

Evan Young (R)

Julia Maldonado (D)

Justice, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5: 

Scott Walker (R)

Dana Huffman (D)

Justice, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6: 

Jesse F. McClure III (R) 

Robert Johnson (D)

Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District, Place 4: 

Lesli R. Fitzpatrick (R)

Rosa Lopez Theofanis (D) 

County Judge: 

Lane Carter (R) 

Write in

City of San Angelo, Proposition A: 

The Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo shall be amended by enacting an ordinance outlawing abortion, declaring San Angelo a Sanctuary City for the Unborn, making various provisions and findings, providing for severability, and establishing an effective date.

If approved this ordinance will outlaw abortion and make San Angelo a Sanctuary City for the Unborn. 

November 8, 2022 General/Special Election Hours and Polling Places

Early Voting
Main Branch: Edd B. and Frances Frink Keyes Building, 113 W. Beauregard Ave., Election Office

Branch locations:
Concho Valley Transit District (Bus Depot), 506 N. Chadbourne, Annex Building

Westlake Ace Hardware, 1821 Knickerbocker Rd., Sales Floor

Riverside Golf Course, 3301 Riverside Golf Course Rd., Restaurant

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley, 1501 W. Beauregard Ave., Jack Ray Room

Dates and Hours:

Early voting runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 24 - 28

7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29

12 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30

7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 31 to Nov. 4

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8

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