A look at Culberson County’s redistricting proposal for commissioner precincts

Map courtesy of Culberson County.
Map courtesy of Culberson County.

The preliminary redistricting map could change which County Commissioner, Justice of the Peace and Constable precincts you live in. The different colored shaded portions show the proposed Culberson County Commissioners district map. Every 10 years, state law requires county precincts must be re-drawn with a balanced number of people using new Census data.

Precinct boundaries outside of the Van Horn area are expected to remain unchanged with boundaries shifting inside city limits. The Commissioners Court will receive public input on the preliminary redistricting map on November 8, before adopting the new district map.

Candidates and voters will use the newly drawn boundaries for the 2022 Primary and general elections.

County offices are up for election are:

  • County Judge
  • District/County Clerk
  • County Treasurer
  • County Commissioner– Precinct 1 (unexpired term), 2, & 4.
  • Justice of the Peace– Precinct 1, 2, 3, & 4.
  • The candidate filing period for public office begins on November 13.