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El Paso Matters Voter Guide February 2024

El Paso Matters Voter Guide February 2024

Date received:
February 15, 2024

Voter Guide: Learn more about the candidates in the March 5 primaries

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El Paso, TX

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Early voting for the March 5 primary begins Feb. 20.
Starting Tuesday, El Paso voters will cast their ballots in the Democratic and Republican primary elections to decide who will move forward to the November general election.

On the local level, voters will select party candidates for El Paso district attorney, county sheriff, county attorney, county commissioners and a slew of judgeships and constables, among others.

We asked all candidates in local contested races to share their positions on key issues impacting El Paso. Our Voter Guide allows you to easily compare candidates in each race.

Click here for all the Q&As or click through each race below.

Democratic Primary

U.S. Representative, District 16
U.S. Representative, District 23
State Representative, District 77
District Attorney, 34th Judicial District
County Sheriff
County Commissioner, Precinct 1
County Commissioner, Precinct 3
County Attorney
District Judge, 65th Judicial District
District Judge, 383rd Judicial District
District Judge, 388th Judicial District
Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 1 (unexpired term)
County Tax Assessor-Collector
Constable, Precinct No. 1
Constable, Precinct No. 2
Constable, Precinct No. 3
Constable, Precinct No. 4
Constable, Precinct No. 5
Constable, Precinct No. 6, Place 1
Republican Primary

U.S. Representative, District 23

View our complete voter guide for everything you need to know about the March 5 primary election, including early voting sites and view a sample ballot.
View the full voter guide