Three races will be contested when the Republican primary hits Stephens County on March 4.
All of the candidates in the contested primaries filed to run for office in the Republican party.
Incumbent Stephens County Judge Gary L. Fuller will be up against Wayne White in the primary election.
Rickie R. Carr, the incumbent County Commissioner of Precinct No. 4, will draw a pair of opponents in the primary election.
Jim Blancq and Jack “Trey” Robertson have both thrown their hats into the ring for the position.
The final contested race will feature incumbent Justice of the Peace Mike Heatley drawing Michael Roach in the March primary.
Christie Latham was the lone person to file for the unexpired term of Stephens County Tax Assessor-Collector. Current Tax Assessor-Collector Terry Sullivan did not file for re-election and will resign from her position on Dec. 31 to become County Appraiser at the Stephens County Appraisal office.
Latham currently serves as a Deputy Tax Assessor-Collector with the county office.
Other incumbents filing for positions through the Republican party and not drawing opponents include:
• D.C. “Button” Sikes, incumbent,County Commissioner, Precinct No. 2;
• Christie Coapland, incumbent,District Clerk;
• Sharon Trigg, incumbent,County Treasurer;
• Jackie Ensey, incumbent,County Clerk;
• Graham Reaugh, incumbent,Republican County Chair.


Democratic Party chair Tommy Thompson said no one filed for any county positions through the Democratic Party. Thompson said he filed as the Democratic Party Chairman of the county.
The general election will take place Nov. 4.