By CRAIG ALANIZ
Voters did not have to vote in the primary election in order to qualify to vote in the general election.
Running for U.S. Congress District 34 is Republican Jessica Puente Bradshaw and Democrat Filemon Vela.
Vying for Cameron County Sheriff is incumbent and Democratic candidate Omar Lucio and Republican Jimmy Manrrique.
The Cameron County District Attorney’s office is being challenged by Republican Chuck Mattingly versus Democrat Luis V. Saenz.
County Commissioner Precinct 3 incumbent and Democratic candidate David Garza is running against Republican Manuel Abrego.
Republican Pedro Delgadillo and Democratic incumbent Horacio Zamora will be on the ballot for Cameron County Constable Precinct 1.
The race for Tax Assessor and Collector office for Cameron County has incumbent Democrat Tony Yzaguirre, Jr. against Republican Moses Sorola.
Running for the Laguna Madre Water District Board of Directors is Humberto Hinojosa, Reynaldo Puente and William John Thomas for Position 3, Jeff A. Keplinger and Anthony Michael Holland for Position 4, and Scott Friedman and John Thobe for Position 5.
Polling places for the Laguna Madre area are the Bennie Ochoa County Annex Building, 505 Highway 100 for the City of Port Isabel Precincts 1 and 83, Port Isabel High School, 18001 Highway 100 for Laguna Heights Precinct 59, The City Hall Civic Center, 122 Fernandez St. in Laguna Vista Precinct 67 and South Padre Island City Hall, 4601 Padre Boulevard, South Padre Island for Precinct 52.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6.
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