There are several locally contested races in the Medina County Republican Primary Election including:
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4
Tomas “Tommy” Ramirez and incumbent Phil Montgomery are vying for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4.
Constable, Precinct 4
Medina County Constable Incumbent Malcolm Watson and Jose Pedroza are running for Medina County Constable, Precinct 4.
County Court-at-Law Judge
Mark Cashion and Anna Whorton are vying for Medina County Court-at-Law Judge. The incumbent in this position, Vivian Torres, is not seeking re-election.
Gina Champion and Patti Bermea Barton are vying for Medina County Clerk.
In Devine, Early voting will be at the County office located at 317 St Hwy 132 North (across from Tractor Supply) begins Tuesday, February 20. Remember that all Medina County voters can vote in any of the polling locations across the county during early voting as well as on election day now. Early voting locations include: Devine- County Bldg Pct 4. Castroville- County Bldg Pct. 2 (across from MV High School) and/or in Hondo at Elections Office.
Early Voting Dates and Times:
February 20-23 (8am-5pm)
Saturday, February 24 (9am-1pm)
February 26- 27 (8am-5pm)
February 28-March 1 (7 am-7pm)
Friday, March 2 (8am-5pm)
(Note: There will be one Saturday voting day from 9am-1pm Feb 24; and two early/late days with 7am to 7pm hours on Feb. 28-Mar.1st.)
The upcoming 2018 Republican Primary Election Day will be held on Tuesday, March 6th.
On Election Day Medina County voters can vote at the Devine Precinct 4 County Building, Hondo Library, Hondo Training Center, Castroville Precinct 2 County Building, D’Hanis Community Center, Mico FireStation, and the Natalia First Baptist Church.