CORRECTED: Write-ins officially throw their hat in the ring in JP 1, County Clerk races


EDITOR’S NOTE: The July 26 edition of the Lockhart Post-Register contained an error. Aurora Rhoda Chavira, a Democrat, is also a candidate in the Caldwell County Justice of the Peace Pct. 1 race. The Post-Register did not mention her in the story that printed on Page 4A of the newspaper and regrets the error.


By Miles Smith
LPR Editor

Two Caldwell County candidates who are alone on the ballot in their races will officially face opposition in the November general election from write-in candidates who were first in line to pay their filing fees and throw their hats in the ring.
Suzy Falgout is facing incumbent Justice of the Peace Pct. 1 Matt Kiely (R) and Aurora Rhoda Chavira (D) in the general election, while Debbie Cortez-Sanders is running as a write-in for Caldwell County Clerk against Democrat Teresa Rodriguez.
Both were at County Judge Ken Schawe’s office early Tuesday – the first day to register as a write-in candidate – submitting their forms and paying their filing fees.
Schawe said the two were indeed the first to register as write-ins.
Read more in this week’s Post-Register.


1 comment

  1. Jason Salazar 27 August, 2018 at 01:29 Reply

    I filed 30 minutes before the deadline, never received newspaper media shine, but it’s okay. Would like a new paper showing the last Write-in to file and am also running for the County Judge office seat.

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