Monday, Dec. 14 is the final day for candidates to file in the 2016 county political primary races.
Signup for seven Gillespie County elected offices is open until 6 p.m., Monday, Dec. 14.
Mary Lynn Rusche, Gillespie county clerk, said incumbent county commissioners Calvin Ransleben (Pct. 3) and Curtis Cameron (Pct. 1) have not yet filed for re-election as of Tuesday. No one has filed for either of the county constable positions either, she said.
The terms of county attorney, county tax assessor-collector, county sheriff, two county commissioners and two county constables are open for new four-year terms.
Gillespie County political party primaries are set for March 1, 2016. The primary elections define party candidates ahead of the Nov. 8, 2016 general election.
County posts and candidates who have signed up for election this year include:
County Attorney — Incumbent Chris Nevins has filed for re-election.