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KTAB Brownwood Bureau Reporter Kimberly Sears reports from the Brown County Elections Office.
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Tuesday's primary elections will advance some candidates to runoffs, some to the general elections and some to whatever is next in the nonpolitical years of their careers. Here's a quick list of questions this election might answer.
Dwayne Tucker and Kyle Kendrick are both vying for the position of County Commissioner Precinct 2. Since there is no Democratic challenger, the winner will be determined in the primary.
Texas Attorney General candidate Dan Branch visits Abilene.
A large number of people voted early for Tuesday's primary election
Mike Holder was fired from the Brown County Sheriff's Department, but now he wants to second the record straight.
With low turnout in statewide primaries and the two-decade dominance of Republicans, a bloc of a relatively few voters determines how Texas will handle long-term public policy challenges. And some worry that means voters who don't reflect the demographic makeup of the state are making most of the calls.
Claire Mehaffey, Mary Ann Fergus, and Paul Rotenberry are all vying for the position of Family Court Judge.