The Chron makes recommendations in the three contested races for Constable.
Alan Rosen for Constable, Precinct 1: As a reserve major and commander of the Special Operations Bureau for the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Alan Rosen has the law enforcement and management experience that makes for a well-qualified constable.
Chris McDonald for Constable, Precinct 2: A lieutenant in the Baytown Police Department, Chris McDonald has a straightforward, realistic perspective on the Harris County constable offices: They’re good ol’ boy clubs.
Ken Jones for Constable, Precinct 3: Ken Jones is completing his third term as constable for Precinct 3, which covers northeast Harris County, and voters should give him a fourth.
All three Constable precincts favor Democrats, though with all the weirdness this year in Precinct 2, who knows what might happen (McDonald is the Republican). I note that the Chron called out Rosen’s opponent Joe Danna for being a poor choice for the office. All I know is that Danna is the early favorite for the Eric Dick Award for Most Illegally Placed Signs, at least in my neck of the woods.