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District 457

Jurisdiction: Montgomery, 

 District Level Judicial Candidates

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Chart of Texas Judicial Department
https://www.txcourts.gov/media/1452920/court-structure-chart-september-2021.pdf

Brochure of the Court System

https://www.txcourts.gov/media/675444/The-Texas-Judicial-System_Print102714.pdf

District Courts

Hale County (32,522 Population)

District 64  up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Castro, Hale,and Swisher

District 242 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Midland

Hall County (2,825 Population)

District 100 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Carson, Childres,s Collingsworth, Donley, and Hall

Hamilton County (8,222 Population)

District 220 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Bosque, Comanche and  Hamilton

Hansford County (5,285 Population)

District 84 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Hansford, Hutchinson and Ochiltree

Hardeman County (3,549 Population)

District 46 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Foard, Hardeman and  Wilbarger

Hardin County (56,231 Population)

District 88 Earl B. Stover III up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Hardin and Tyler

District 356 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Hardin

Harris County (4,731,145 Population) has been moved to its own page due to the size. 

Harrison County (68,839 Population)

District 71 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Harrison

Hartley County (5,382 Population)

District 69 up for re-election 2026

Appointed b Gov. Greg Abbott

Jurisdiction: Dallam, Hartley, Moore and Sherman

Haskell County (5,416 Population)

District 39 Judge Shane Hadaway (IN) up for re-election 2026Bachelor's Angelo State University, Law-Texas Tech University

Jurisdiction: Haskell, Kent, Stonewall, Throckmorton

Hays County (241,067 Population)

District 22 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Caldwell, Comal and Hays

District 207up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Caldwell, Comal,  Hays

District 274 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Comal, Guadalupe,  Hays

District 428 Joe Pool Attorney up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Hays

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District 453 Sherri Tibbe up for re-election 2026. University of Cincinnati degree in Legal Assistant studies, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Legal Assistant at the Office of the Attorney General, under Attorney General Jim Mattox.  Sherri worked there until she was accepted into the University of Texas at Austin to complete her Bachelor’s degree.  Sherri started school in January of 1986 and graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work with Honors in December 1989.  During her time at UT, Sherri worked part time jobs at the Austin Municipal Court, night court staff and for the National Treasury Employee’s Union.  Sherri did an internship with the Victim Services Division of the Austin Police Department and went through training to be a volunteer with Victim Services after she completed her internship. From her time as a young caseworker with Child Protective Services to her work as a the chief of the Travis County Attorney’s domestic violence prosecution team to her eight years in office as Hays County’s first female District Attorney, Sherri has dedicated her entire career to ensuring a fair legal system for Central Texans. Sherri left CPS to attend law school at the University of Houston Law Center.  During law school, Sherri worked on a research project with a professor at the University and worked for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office as an intern. She traveled around the State of Texas acting as a visiting prosecutor for certain specialized cases, including asset forfeiture, auto theft cases and as part of an illegal gambling task force. In June of 2001, Sherri began her career as a prosecutor in Travis County.  She worked for both the County Attorney and the District Attorney’s Office.  Sherri prosecuted both felonies and misdemeanors and was also the Chief of the County Attorney’s domestic violence prosecution team. Sherri was elected to the position of Criminal District Attorney, the first woman to hold the office.  She served as our District Attorney for two terms, 8 years, from January 2007 until December 2014. In January, 2015, Sherri joined her law partner Randy Leavitt and they formed the firm Leavitt & Tibbe.  They practice mainly criminal law with some civil casework.  Sherri also takes court appointed cases in Travis County to contribute to indigent of those accused of a crime.

Source: https://www.votesherritibbe.com/

Jurisdiction: Hays

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District 483 up for re-election 2026

Appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott

Jurisdiction: Hays

Hemphill County (3,382 Population)

District 31 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Gray, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Roberts,  Wheeler

Henderson County (82,150 Population)

District 3 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Anderson, Henderson, Houston

District 173 up for re-election 2026

Jurisdiction: Henderson

District 392 up for re-election 2024

Jurisdiction: Henderson

Hidalgo County (870,781 Population)

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District 92 Luis M. Singleterry (IN) up for re-election 202Bachelor's University of Houston, Law-Texas Southern University

Jurisdiction: Hidalgo

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District 93 Fernando G. Mancias up for re-election 202

Jurisdiction: Hidalgo

District 139 up for re-election 202

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District 206 up for re-election 202

Judge Rose Guerra Reyna (IN) Bachelor's University of Texas, Pan American, Law University of Texas School of Law

Jurisdiction: Hidalgo

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District 275 Judge Marla Cuellar (IN) Criminal and Civil Court 

up for re-election 202

Jurisdiction: Hidalgo, 

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District 332 up for re-election 202

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District 370 up for re-election 202

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District 389 up for re-election 202

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District 430 up for re-election 202

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District 449 up for re-election 202

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District 464 up for re-election 202

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District 476 up for re-election 202

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Hill County (35,874 Population)

District 066 up for re-election 202

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Hockley County (21,537 Population)

District 286 up for re-election 202

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Hood County (61,598 Population)

District 355 up for re-election 202

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Hopkins County (36,787 Population)

District 008 up for re-election 202

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District 062 up for re-election 202

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Houston County (22,066 Population)

District 003 up for re-election 202

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District 349 up for re-election 202

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Howard County (34,860 Population)

District 118 up for re-election 202

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Hudspeth County (3,202 Population)

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District 205 Judge  Francisco X. Dominguez (IN) Criminal and Civil Cases  

up for re-election 202

Jurisdiction: Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth

District 394 up for re-election 202

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Hunt County (99,956 Population)

District 196 up for re-election 202

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District 354 up for re-election 202

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Hutchinson County (20,617 Population)

District 084 up for re-election 202

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District 316 up for re-election 202

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