Early voting for the April 13th run-off election begins Monday and wraps up Friday. Republican voters in Lubbock County will cast ballots on two races, including Railroad Commissioner and County Constable, Precinct 4.
Incumbent Victor Carrillo and opponent Robert Butler are the Republican candidates for Railroad Commissioner, and Carroll A. Thomas and Dwight Lusk are running for County Constable Precinct 4.
Democrats have only one decision to make, who will be the Democratic candidate for County Commissioner Precinct 3. The two candidates vying for the largest precinct in Lubbock County are incumbent Gilbert Flores and opponent Ysidro Gutierrez. The two faced off in a debate at Idalou Middle School on Saturday. Each candidate took the floor for their last chance to discuss issues affecting Precinct 3 and the entire county.
The run-off winner will face Republican Frank Gutierrez in the November general election.
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