Early voting for the Republican and Democratic primaries begins Monday, June 29, as Llano County GOP voters will decide on a new justice of the peace for Precinct 3 as well as the Republican nominee for District 5 in the State Board of Education. On the Democratic side, voters in both Llano and Burnet counties will determine nominees for the Senate and Texas Railroad Commissioner races.
In Llano County, incumbent appointed Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Debra (Deb) Edwards is running for election to an unexpired term and will face off against Dorothy “Dot” Wooten in the runoff. Edwards was the top votegetter in the March primary, but failed to get a majority of the votes as Wooten forced the runoff. … Find the rest of this story in the Friday, June 26, 2020 issue of The Highlander. To offer a comment or news tip email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 830-693-4367 for more information.