ABILENE, Texas - Monday, Republicans gathered at the Taylor County Elections Office to draw for ballot positions in the upcoming March 4 primary election.
It's long been debated whether a ballot position plays a role in how many votes a candidate gets.
There are several positions that have more than one Republican on the ballot. County Commissioner Precincts 2 and 4, 326th District Judge, and County Court at Law 2 Judge are among those to be voted on county-wide. There are also contested positions in party leadership including party chair.
Both the Democratic and Republican primaries are March 4. No Taylor County Democrat faces a challenger in the primaries.
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