March 4 Joint Primary Election

Travis Co. Sample Ballots

(Contested races only. Actual races shown on your ballot will vary according to the precinct in which you live.)

Democratic

President

Joe Biden

Christopher J. Dodd

Barack Obama

Bill Richardson

Hillary Clinton

John Edwards

U.S. Senator

Ray McMurrey

Gene Kelly

Rhett R. Smith

Richard J. (Rick) Noriega

U.S. Rep., District 10

Larry Joe Doherty

Dan Grant

Railroad Commissioner

Art Hall

Mark Thompson

Dale Henry

Supreme Court Justice, Place 7

Baltasar D. Cruz

Sam Houston

Supreme Court Justice, Place 8

Linda Reyna Yañez

Susan Criss

State Rep., District 46

Brian T. Thompson

Dawnna Dukes

District Judge, 98th District

Robert D. Ettinger

Andy Hathcock

Rhonda Hurley

District Judge, 353rd District

Madeleine Connor

Scott Ozmun

District Judge, 427th District

Jim Coronado

Karyl Anderson Krug

Travis Co. District Attorney

Mindy Montford

Rosemary Lehmberg

Gary Cobb

Rick Reed

Judge, County Court at Law 8

Carlos H. Barrera

John Lipscombe

Travis Co. Tax Assessor-Collector

Glen Maxey

Nelda Wells Spears

Travis Co. Commissioner, Precinct 3

Albert Gonzales

Karen Huber

Constable, Precinct 1

Willie Joe Madison

Janie Serna

Danny Thomas

Constable, Precinct 2

Paul Labuda

Adan Ballesteros

Constable, Precinct 3

Richard Theodore McCain

Robert Eller

Constable, Precinct 4

Alonzo "Al" Reyes

Maria Canchola

Travis Co. Democratic Party Chair

Fidel "Ace" Acevedo

Andy Brown


Republican

President

Ron Paul

Fred Thompson

Mike Huckabee

Hoa Tran

Hugh Cort

Rudy Giuliani

Mitt Romney

Duncan Hunter

Alan Keyes

John McCain

Uncommitted

U.S. Senator

Larry Kilgore

John Cornyn

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

Robert Francis

Paul Womack

State Rep., District 48

Pamela Waggoner

Joe Donnelly

Constable, Precinct 2

Bob Vann

Carl Joiner

Travis Co. Republican Party Chair

Joe Gimenez

Rosemary Edwards


INITIATIVES

Immigration

YES/NO: Federal, state, and local officials should be required to enforce U.S. immigration laws in order to secure our borders.

Photo ID

YES/NO: The Texas Legislature should make it a priority to protect the integrity of our election process by enacting legislation that requires voters to provide valid photo identification in order to cast a ballot in any and all elections conducted in the state of Texas.

Controlling Government Growth

YES/NO: Every government body in Texas should be required to limit any annual increase in its budget and spending to the combined increase of population and inflation unless it first gets voter approval to exceed the allowed annual growth or in the case of an official state of emergency.

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