A number of candidates in Potter County turned of their purposes for the poll on Monday evening, making certain that native voters can have loads of choices after they head to the polls subsequent 12 months.
Within the Potter County Commissioner races for 2020, Precinct 1 incumbent Republican H.R. Kelly will face his first challenger in firearms teacher Ayvrie Dixon. Whereas rumors had circulated for weeks that a number of Democrats have been contemplating working, no different candidates filed, that means that this race will doubtless be determined within the Republican major.
For Precinct 3, incumbent Commissioner Leon Church’s retirement has created a large subject of candidates hoping to take his job. Becoming a member of George Buchenau Jr., John Espresso, and Brian Moore within the Republican major are pastor Walter Goodwin and banker Bowden Jones Jr. These races are anticipated to be carefully watched, particularly as activists are expressing considerations in regards to the county’s debt load and tax burden.
Republicans additionally fielded challengers for each Democrat incumbents serving as constables in Potter County. Zack Coleman will problem incumbent Georgia Estrada in Precinct 2, and Precinct four incumbent Idella Jackson has two Republicans vying for her seat, with legal professional Kerry Haney and warehouseman Norman Dowlen submitting for the GOP major.
In one other shock submitting, Amarillo legal professional Ryan Brown filed to problem incumbent Potter County legal professional Scott Brumley in 2020. Brown will run as a Democrat to face the Republican Brumley.
Potter County’s state consultant, Rep. 4 Worth (R-Amarillo), might be unopposed in 2020. Moreover, newcomer Chip Parker will run unopposed for constable in Precinct 3, incumbent Republican Constable Darryl Wertz is working unopposed in Precinct 1, and each Potter County’s sheriff and tax collector might be unopposed.
Main election day is March 3, 2020.