The Angelina County Democratic Party says it has determined it can name alternate candidates for the November general election.
According to Angelina County Democratic Party Chairman Jim Wark, under Texas election laws, the party can place candidates for both sheriff and Precinct 3 constable on the ballot for the fall election.
Wark has not yet announced who the candidates will be. He has several weeks to make a decision.
Angelina County Democratic Party chairman Jim Wark tells FOX51 that he's looking into the legality of putting a replacement candidate on the Democratic ticket for both the Precinct 3 constable and sheriff.
This comes after Angelina County Democratic candidate for sheriff Jim Hodges and Precinct 3 constable candidate William Wade were disqualified for voting in the GOP primary.
Wark says he does not have anyone in mind for either position at this time, but that he has several weeks to make a decision once he finds out if it's legal for him to put new candidates on the ticket after the primary election.
Democratic Party candidates are checking into the legality of that move.