2018 Republican Primary Sample Ballot

The next election in Gregg County will be the Primary Election on Tuesday, March 6, 2018.

OFFICES, CANDIDATES, and PROPOSITIONS ON THE MARCH 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN BALLOTS are as follows:

(Download a pdf copy: OFFICES & CANDIDATES   /  PROPOSITIONS)

OFFICES AND CANDIDATES ON THE MARCH 6, 2018
REPUBLICAN BALLOT

Office Sought Ballot Name
U. S. Senator Geraldine Sam
U. S. Senator Bruce Jacobson, Jr.
U. S. Senator Stefano de Stefano
U. S. Senator Ted Cruz
U. S. Senator Mary Miller
U. S. Representative District 1 Anthony Culler
U. S. Representative District 1 Louie Gohmert
U. S. Representative District 1 Roshin Rowjee
Governor Greg Abbott
Governor SECEDE Kilgore
Governor Barbara Krueger
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick
Lieutenant Governor Scott Milder
Attorney General Ken Paxton
Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar
Commissioner of the General Land Office George P. Bush
Commissioner of the General Land Office Rick Range
Commissioner of the General Land Office Jerry Patterson
Commissioner of the General Land Office Davey Edwards
Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller
Commissioner of Agriculture Trey Blocker
Commissioner of Agriculture Jim Hogan
Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick
Railroad Commissioner Weston Martinez
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 Jimmy Blacklock
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 John Devine
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Jeff Brown
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals David Bridges
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 7 Barbara Parker Hervey
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8 Michelle Slaughter
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8 Dib Waldrip
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8 Jay Brandon
State Representative District 7 Jay Dean
Justice, 6th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 Scott Stevens
Justice, 12th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 Greg Neeley
District Judge, 188th Judicial District Scott Novy
District Judge, 307th Judicial District Tim Womack
Criminal District Attorney Gregg County Tom Watson
Criminal District Attorney Gregg County Carl L Dorrough
County Judge Bill Stoudt
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.1 Kent Phillips
Judge, County Court-at-Law No.2 Vincent L. Dulweber
District Clerk Trey Hattaway
District Clerk Jhazmyne C. Johnson
District Clerk Britnie Minor
County Clerk Douglas “Dugg” Burks
County Clerk Michelle Gilley
County Commissioner Pct.2 R Darryl Primo
County Commissioner Pct.4 G. Floyd
Justice of the Peace Pct.1 B. H. Jameson
Justice of the Peace Pct.2 Tim Bryan
Justice of the Peace Pct.3 Talyna Bennett Carlson
Justice of the Peace Pct.4 Darrin “Rudy” Rudolph
County Chairman Tracy Vincent

 

2018 Republican General Primary Ballot Propositions
Propuestas para la Boleta Electoral General Interna del Partido Republicano en 2018

In accordance with the Texas Election Code Section 172.087, “The state executive committee may provide by resolution that a proposal to include a demand for specific legislation or any other matter in the party’s platform or resolutions be submitted to a vote by placement on the general primary election ballot.”

De acuerdo con el código de Elecciones de Texas, Sección 172.087, “El comité ejecutivo del estado puede proveer por resolución que una propuesta incluya una petición de legislación o algún otro asunto de la plataforma política de un partido, o la propuesta de resoluciones para votación en la boleta electoral para las elecciones internas generales.”

The State Republican Executive Committee submits the following propositions for inclusion on the 2018 Republican General Primary Election ballot:

El Comité Ejecutivo Estatal Republicano presenta las siguientes propuestas para ser incluidas en la boleta general de las elecciones internas del partido Republicano:

1. Texas should replace the property tax system with an appropriate consumption tax equivalent.

YES or NO

Texas debería reemplazar el sistema de impuestos a la propiedad con un Sistema similar basado en el impuesto al consumo.

SI o NO

2. No governmental entity should ever construct or fund construction of toll roads without voter approval.

YES or NO

Ninguna entidad gubernamental debería construir o financiar la construcción de carreteras de pago sin la aprobación de los votantes.

SI o NO

3. Republicans in the Texas House should select their Speaker nominee by secret ballot in a binding caucus without Democrat influence.

YES or NO

Los republicanos en la Cámara de Representantes de Texas deben seleccionar a su candidato a Presidente de la Cámara por votación secreta en una asamblea vinculante sin la influencia del partido Demócrata.

SI o NO

4. Texas should require employers to screen new hires through the free E-Verify system to protect jobs for legal workers.

YES or NO

Texas debe exigir a los empleadores que filtren a sus nuevos empleados a través del sistema gratuito E-Verify para proteger los empleos de los trabajadores legales.

SI o NO

5. Texas families should be empowered to choose from public, private, charter, or homeschool options for their children’s education, using tax credits or exemptions without government constraints or intrusion.

YES or NO

Las familias de Texas deben tener la facultad de elegir entre opciones públicas, privadas, escuelas chárter o de educación en el hogar para la educación de sus hijos, utilizando créditos fiscales o exenciones sin restricciones o intrusions gubernamentales.

SI o NO

6. Texas should protect the privacy and safety of women and children in spaces such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers in all Texas schools and government buildings.

YES or NO

Texas debería proteger la privacidad y la seguridad de las mujeres y los niños en espacios tales como baños, vestuarios y duchas en todas las escuelas y edificios gubernamentales de Texas.

SI o NO

7. I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas.

YES or NO

Yo c reo que el aborto debería ser abolido en Texas.

SI o NO

8. Vote fraud should be a felony in Texas to help ensure fair elections.

YES or NO

El fraude electoral debería ser un delito de Felonía en Texas para así ayudar a asegurar elecciones justas.

SI o NO

9. Texas demands that Congress completely repeal Obamacare.

YES or NO

Texas exige que el Congreso derogue por completo Obamacare.

SI o NO

10. To slow the growth of property taxes, yearly revenue increases should be capped at 4%, with increases in excess of 4% requiring voter approval.

YES or NO

Para frenar el crecimiento de los impuestos a la propiedad, los aumentos anuales de los ingresos deben limitarse al 4% y se deberá requerir la aprobación de los votantes para aumentos superiores al 4%.

SI o NO

11. Tax dollars should not be used to fund the building of stadiums for professional or semi-professional sports teams.

YES or NO

Los dólares de los impuestos no se deben usar para financiar la construcción de estadios para equipos deportivos profesionales o semi-profesionales.

SI o NO

Passed by the State Republican Executive Committee on December 2, 2017
Aprobado por el Comité Ejecutivo Estatal Republicano el 2 de Diciembre del 2017