The filing period for the March 2 primary elections opened Thursday with Mike Conaway, Joe Cooksey Ann Krpoun and David Bullion among candidates filing for places on the ballot.
Conaway, a Republican, will seek re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in District 11, a press release from Conaway’s office states.
Cooksey, a Brownwood contractor, filed as a Republican for county judge. Incumbent County Judge Ray West said earlier he was not ready to comment on his political plans.
Krpoun, a Republican, will seek re-election as Brown County treasurer.
David Bullion, a retired school superintendent who lives in Brownwood, filed for Brown County Democrat Party chairman. Incumbent Charles Stavley said he will not seek another term.
An article in Tuesday’s edition of the Bulletin about seats that are open for election omitted the seat of Brown County court-at-law judge. Frank Griffin, a Republican, holds that seat.
District Attorney Micheal Murray is not up for re-election. All criminal district attorneys, a different office from Murray’s, are up in Texas.