SAN ANGELO – There is a 30 day window for candidates for public office on the March 5, 2024 Primary Ballot to file for office and that window opened Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023.
Candidates for all political offices on the March Democrat and Republican Primary election ballot must file in the next 30 days for a place on the ballot. Those offices include everything from President of the United States to U.S. Senator and Congressmen to Texas House of Representatives to County and District Offices.
In Tom Green County, about 15 of the 27 elected offices are on the ballot every two years. In 2024, those offices include all four District Judges, both District Attorneys, County Attorney, Sheriff, Tax Assessor, County Commissioners Pcts 1 & 3, and all four Constables.
Some local elected officials have indicated they will not be seeking reelection including: 119th District Judge Ben Woodward, Pct. 4 Constable Randy Harris, and Tom Green Co. Tax Assessor Becky Robles.
Some races will be contested in the Republican Primary as State Rep. Drew Darby, HD 72, has at least one announced challenger.
The last day to file for a place on the 2024 March Primary Ballot in Texas is Dec, 11, 2023.