Therefore, as a public service, I am seriously getting my Kuffner on and providing handy links to all of Ballotpedia's pages on the 2018 primary races for Texas's
- state executive offices
- state judicial positions
- 166 available seats in the Texas Legislature, and
- all 37 Congressional seats, including a Senate spot.
I will add State Board of Education candidates as soon as I find them.
The various pages include names of those who actually filed, those who withdrew, and even some who declined to run. It also includes candidates (and non-candidates) who identify as Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Greens, and Independent. However, the lists of candidates for the State Legislature include only Democrats and Republicans. For Libertarian candidates, see this page on lptexas.org.
Libertarians and Greens will select their nominees in conventions rather than elections.
If you have any interest in Texas electoral politics, you may want to bookmark this entry; I know I will. I will also update it as needed.
UPDATE: Travis Christal is not running as a Green for Comptroller, despite what Ballotpedia indicates. The Texas Green Party co-chairs say that Christal missed the 14 December filing deadline.
State Executive Offices
State Judicial Positions
Supreme Court, Places 2, 4, and 6
Court of Criminal Appeals, Presiding Judge, Place 7 and 8
All House Districts
State Senate—Harris County Districts Bold & Underlined
Districts 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 23, 25, 30, 31
State House—all 150 seats
Harris County contains Districts 126 through 150, with the exception of 136, which was moved to Williamson County after the 2010 census.
* no 2018 information yet on Ballotpedia, but George Reiter is running as a Green.