March 6 Republican and Democratic 2018 Primary Election
Posted on 3/6/2018 7:14:00 PM.
March 6 Republican and Democratic 2018 Primary Election
 
Early Voting Totals Only


Guadalupe County Court-at-Law

Bill Squires 2,841
Robin V. Dwyer 2,983


District Clerk

Linda Balk 2,112
Lynn Bothe 1,135
Kristy Dunn 2,491


County Treasurer
Linda Douglass 4,187
Bill Schwind 1,514


Guadalupe County Commissioner Pct. 4

Daniel Kearns 457
Judy Cope 591
T. "Jake" Jacobs 313


Guadalupe County Commissioner Pct. 2

Randall K. Herzog 355
Ralph "Jack" Shanafelt 354
Drew Engelke 415


Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2

Chris Aviles 306
Sheryl Sachtleben 795


Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Pct. 3

John Terry 486
Gary W. Inmon 262
Zachary "Zach" McBride 496

Voters to head to polls for today's Republican, Democratic primary elections
Posted on 3/6/2018 7:59:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Today is election day. Voters will be deciding party nominations during today's Republican and Democratic primary elections.

Guadalupe County Elections Administrator Lisa Adam says thanks to the county's proactive approach in helping get people to the polls, voter convenience will again be among the features available for today's election. She says thanks to Vote Centers, registered voters in Guadalupe County will again be able to cast a ballot wherever a poll location is available. She says they no longer have to visit their normal voting location or know what precinct they live in to cast a ballot. She says Guadalupe County is among the limited counties in the state approved for this pilot program.
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Locally contested races to appear on today's Republican Primary ballot
Posted on 3/6/2018 7:46:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County voters will get to mark their ballots in several contested races. All locally contested races for Seguin and Guadalupe County appear on the Republican ballot. Campaigning for the candidates will continue up until the polls close at 7 p.m. today. The races include Guadalupe County Court-at-Law Judge. Robin Dwyer looks to keep his seat on the bench as he faces current Assistant County Attorney Bill Squires for the Republican nomination.
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JP races on ballot for GOP primary election
Posted on 3/6/2018 7:45:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- After months and months of campaigning, the day for candidates has finally arrived. Today is the Republican and Democratic Primary Election. The Seguin Daily News today wraps up its official countdown of today's election by featuring the final candidates seeking a pair of locally contested seats. Over the last several days, the SDN has featured the candidates of the various races allowing them the opportunity to solicit those last minute votes.
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