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Election results from March 4 Texas Primary

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Here are some results from key races in Texas and Lubbock County.

Complete, official results can be found at the Lubbock County Elections office and from the Texas Secretary of State.

LUBBOCK COUNTY COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 2 Early Returns Election Returns Total
Mark E. Heinrich (R)
72.04% 71.92%  71.99%
Jon David Bruegel (R)
27.96% 28.08%  28.01%
37 of 37 reporting
 
LUBBOCK COUNTY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, PRECINCT 4 Early Returns Election Returns Total
Brenda Willis (R) 8.50%  7.00%  7.94%
Margaret Anne Brown (R) 12.29%  10.37% 11.58%
Debra Burton (R) 5.46%  3.69% 4.80%
Gary Vaughn (R) 36.91%  38.44% 37.48%
Ann-Marie Carruth (R) 36.85%  40.49% 38.21%
37 of 37 reporting
 
LUBBOCK COUNTY CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 4 Early Returns Election Returns Total
C.J. Peterson (R) 52.12%  50.61%  51.57%
Donnie Ray Carrasco (R) 18.18%  16.59%  17.60%
Heath W. Rudder (R) 29.71%  32.81%  30.83%
37 of 37 reporting
 
GOVERNOR Total Percent
Greg Abbott (R) 91.50%
Lisa Fritsch (R) 4.40%
SECEDE Kilgore (R) 1.42%
Miriam Martinez (R) 2.65%
99.95% reporting
 
GOVERNOR Total Percent
Wendy R. Davis (D) 79.05%
Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal (D) 20.94%
99.97% reporting
 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Total Percent
David Dewhurst (R) 28.31%
Dan Patrick (R) 41.45%
Jerry Patterson (R) 12.47%
Todd Staples (R) 17.76%
99.95% reporting
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL Total Percent
Dan Branch (R) 33.49%
Ken Paxton (R) 44.44%
Barry Smitherman (R) 22.06%
99.95% reporting
 
U.S. SENATOR Total Percent
Curt Cleaver (R) 0.94%
Ken Cope (R) 2.59%
John Cornyn (R) 59.44%
Chris Mapp (R) 1.77%
Reid Reasor (R) 1.56%
Steve Stockman (R) 19.13%
Dwayne Stovall (R) 10.71%
Linda Vega (R) 3.82%
99.95% reporting
 
U.S. SENATOR Total Percent
David M. Alameel (D) 47.06%
Michael "Fjet" Fjetland (D) 4.57%
Harry Kim (D) 8.93%
Kesha Rogers (D) 21.72%
Maxey Marie Scherr (D) 17.69%
99.95% reporting
 
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 19 Total Percent
Donald R. May (R) 23.55%
Randy Neugebauer (R) 64.37%
Chris Winn (R) 12.06%
100% reporting
 
TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 83 Total Percent
Steve Massengale (R) 26.96%
Charles Perry (R) 73.03%
100% reporting

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