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1/2/06

Lubbock Republican Party Sees Contested Races in the Primary

The ballot is now complete for the March 7th primaries. The election will determine who will represent the Republican and Democratic parties in the November.

Here's a look at the contested Republican races in this area.

Jim Landtroop, Gerald Middleton and Drew Moulton are vying for the Republican ticket for State Representative District 85. That seat is currently held by Democrat Pete Laney who is not seeking re-election.

Matt Powell and Tommy Turner are on the Republican Ballot for Lubbock District Attorney.

Four people are vying for Lubbock County Clerk, David Young, Mike Arismendez, Penny Turner and Kelly Pinion.

Incumbent Drue Farmer will face Scott Morris for Judge, County Court at Law, Number Two.

Dennis Kelly and Jean Anne Stratton are on the ballot for Justice of the Peace, Precinct Four.

Lastly, John Steinmetz and Roger Settler are vying for Republican County Chair.

Several Democrats have filed for the Lubbock County election however there aren't any contested local races for the primary so those candidates will be on the ballot in the November election.

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