Last Updated on February 29, 2020 – 11:28 PM CST
Keep up with all 2020 election news in one place. This page contains a timeline of election related articles published in the Moore County Journal.
Moore County Journal
Moore County Local Election Results
Moore County totals for November 3, 2020 (unofficial)Updated: 11/4/2020 6:50 p.m. Total Registered Voters: 10,006Ballots Cast: 5,526Voter Turnout: 55.23%Early Voting BBM: 324Early Voting in Person: 3,441Election Day Voting: 1,761 Sunray Proposition: To terminate the Sunray Development Corporation, a Type A economic development corporation, and abolish its sales and use tax…Read More
Candidates Face Runoff Election in May
Although votes have not been canvassed, and counts remain unofficial, the results of Tuesday's primary election are clear. The 69th Judicial District will have a new district attorney starting January 2021 and Moore County voters will face another day at the polls in a May runoff election. Current Texas election…Read More
2020 Moore County Primary Election Results (Un-Official)
Keep up with key results from the 2020 primary election
Claims of carpetbagging fly in Texas congressional primary
Across Texas’ most competitive congressional primaries, leading candidates are weathering scrutiny of their ties to the districts they are running for, fueling a dominant theme ahead of the March 3 primary.
Final Forum Question Confusing, Sparks “District Shopping” Discussion
Early in the 2020 Moore County candidate forum all but one participant raised their hand when asked "How many of you live within the 13th congressional district and have done so for at least one year?" The forum questions were compiled from submissions to the local media pool organizing the…Read More
Tim Salley Candidate Q&A
Erin Lands Candidate Q&A
Lindsey Nicholson Candidate Q&A
Chris Rivera Candidate Q&A
Kevin Smith Candidate Q&A
Add Texas 2020 election dates to your calendar
2020 is going to be a busy election year. So we have compiled the most important dates in one place — you'll never have to worry about missing a deadline.
Tim Salley Answers Questions About District Attorney’s Office, Campaign
In November Tim Salley (R) announced his candidacy for the 69th Judicial District Attorney's Office. The district covers Moore, Sherman, Hartley, and Dallam counties in the Texas panhandle. The current district attorney, David Green, has announced his retirement at the end of the current term. Salley has 23 years of…Read More
Erin Lands Answers Questions About District Attorney’s Office, Campaign
In October Erin Lands announced her candidacy for the 69th Judicial District Attorney's Office which covers Moore, Sherman, Hartley, and Dallam counties. That office is currently held by David Green who has announced his retirement at the end of his current term. Lands moved to Dumas in 2012 and started…Read More