Sanford thanks Paxton, looks at race


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Lightning causes more fires in Plano, Frisco

Photo by CODY DeFORD: 8800 Country Glen Crossing in Plano
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Frisco Fire investigators suspect lightning caused two house fires which started before noon in Frisco. In both cases, no one was hurt.  Total damages for both fires are estimated at approximately
$700,000 dollars.

At 11:22 a.m., Frisco firefighters were called to the 5900 block of Aberdeen Place.  Firefighters arrived approximately four minutes after being alerted to the fire.  Firefighters found flames and heavy smoke when they arrived.

Once firefighters ensured residents and neighbors were safe, firefighters executed a ‘defensive’ attack, utilizing two engines with aerial ladders.  The department’s Special Operations unit was also on the scene.   By 11:51 a.m., the fire was controlled.

In the Aberdeen Lane fire, investigators estimate damages at $350,000 for the structure and approximately $100,000 for contents.

At 11:59 a.m., Frisco firefighters were called to a two-story home in the 12000 block of Botanical Lane.

When firefighters arrived, they found flames and heavy smoke.  Firefighters say the fire started in the attic.  Firefighters were able to extinguish the fire by 1:29 p.m.

“Some of the residents were home when they suspected their home was hit by lightning. When they smelled smoke, they walked outside, so fortunately, no one was hurt,” said Assistant Chief Lee Glover of the Frisco Fire Department.

Firefighters estimate the damages to the Botanical Lane house at $200,000 dollars.  Contents are valued at approximately $50,000 dollars.

“Today’s weather made fire fighting challenging, but we managed to work fast, reduce the risk of fire spreading to neighboring homes and ensure the safety of the residents and their next-door neighbors,” said Chief Mack Borchardt.  

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First Response: Fire on Laughing Waters

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Fire crews put out a house fire in the 7800 block of Laughing Waters Trail in McKinney’s Craig Ranch on Wednesday.
Michael O’Keefe of First Response Photography said a fire in the walls went straight to the attic. He said it took less than five minutes for the roof to go from smoke to flames.
This is the fourth fire in the area because of lightning.
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Rep. Madden, Krause, Paxton endorsing Leach in runoff

State Representative Jerry Madden, who has been leading District 67 since 1993, announced he is endorsing Jeff Leach in the July 31 runoff election.

“Jeff Leach will be an outstanding State Representative for Collin County and I am proud to endorse and fully support his candidacy,” said Madden, who opened the seat when he decided not to run this time.  “I am confident Jeff will represent our community with character and integrity. The voters in District 67 deserve a representative who will continue to fight for our values and ensure conservative solutions are brought to the next Legislative session. I know Jeff Leach is the man for the job. As Republicans, we must do all we can to ensure Jeff Leach is victorious in the runoff election.”

Leach said, “I am truly honored and grateful to have the support of Rep. Jerry Madden.  I have great admiration for him personally and respect and appreciate his many years of dedicated public service to our community, country, and the State of Texas.”

Ken Paxton, who won his race for senate in the primary, also endorses Leach.

“I could not be more proud to endorse Jeff Leach for State Representative,” Paxton said. “He is exactly the kind of conservative leader we need representing us in the Texas House. A man of solid honesty and integrity, Jeff Leach has the conservative values and exciting vision that will make him an invaluable addition to our Collin County legislative team in Austin. I strongly encourage all voters in Richardson, Plano and Allen to support Jeff Leach in the runoff on July 31st.”

“If you live in the Plano area, another runoff to keep on your radar is in House District 67,” State Rep. Matt Krause said. “The clear choice in the race is Jeff Leach. Do what you can to support him and make sure he makes it to Austin. He is the kind of principled leader needed down there.”

Running for Texas House of Representative in District 67, Leach was raised in Plano and graduated from Plano Senior High School. He is a graduate of SMU’s Dedman School of Law and  practices with the law firm of Griffith Nixon Davison, P.C. He received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University. Jeff and his wife Becky are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano. They live in Plano with their two children Brady, age 4, and Charlotte, age 1.

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Senate candidate Craig James on election results?

The race for the U.S. Senate ended earlier than Craig James expected on Tuesday.

James said, “Texans have spoken and they have said they want a second round between David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz. I accept the judgment of the people, and I congratulate both candidates for making it into the runoff. It is now critically important that our conservative values be spoken to and boldly represented by each candidate.


“We, the people of Texas, will be watching carefully to determine how we will vote on the second Primary day. I, for one, will support the candidate who is the conservative alternative between the two. It will be a decision that we will all have to make, and we should listen carefully to what the candidates have to say before we cast our votes.

“I want to thank all of those who have supported and encouraged me: my family, particularly my wife Marilyn and my daughter Jessica, for all the help they provided both spiritually and emotionally. Thank you to my incredible campaign team, led by campaign manager Corbett Howard, for doing a great job and never losing heart.

“And of course, I want to thank the people of Texas for participating in one of freedom’s greatest exercises: the right to vote. It is my intention to stay actively involved in the conservative movement, and to have my voice heard in the months and years to come. Again, thank you and may God bless Texas and the United States.”

State Rep. Matthew Krause of the Liberty Counsel said, “If you live in the Plano area, another run-off to keep on your radar is in House District 67. The clear choice in the race is Jeff Leach. Do what you can to support him and make sure he makes it to Austin. He is the kind of principled leader needed down there.”

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Elections: Hill, Fallon, Sanford, Tucker, Box take primary wins

By Brian Bearden

CPA Chris Hill kept hammering his pledge to be a full-time county commissioner and held off Ray Eckenrode in race to represent northeast Collin County.

“Thank you very much to everyone for your encouragement and your support in the campaign,” Hill told voters Tuesday night. “I am honored to have the opportunity to be your next county commissioner, and I look forward to serving everyone in Precinct 3.”

Chris Hill interview

The Republican Primary had several races that had everyone’s attention Tuesday night.

McKinney Mayor Brian Loughmiller said, “For those who ran for office in the primary today, thank you for participating in the political process that is vitally important to our rights as Americans. To those who were successful there is much to do, and I look forward to working with those who serve our mutual constituency on issues important to McKinney and our region.”


STATE HOUSE RACES

In the Allen-Plano-Richardson Republican primary race for state representative, Jon Cole and Jeff Leach took the top two spots and head into a runoff.

“We came in first place tonight!” Cole said. “Roger [Burns], Jeran [Akers], and John [Pitchford] ran a spirited and well-fought race. I’m so thankful to have gotten to know these great men. Now, our next battle is July!”

Leach said, “We have worked diligently over the past several months to spread our conservative message to the voters in House District 67. I am thankful for and humbled by the thousands of people from our community and all over our great State of Texas who have rallied behind our campaign.”

“We celebrated a great victory tonight with over 30 percent of the vote,” Leach said. “I am honored to have received such a significant percentage of the vote in a hotly contested five-way race. Tomorrow we start working toward a victory in the runoff on July 31st!

“A sincere thank you to all who trusted me with your vote,” Leach said. “And a special thanks to all of our incredible campaign volunteers, staffers and supporters. Becky and I are blessed beyond belief and look forward to celebrating a victory with you all on July 31st!”

In Frisco, Pat Fallon won District 106 with 71 percent of the vote. His district covers Frisco, Plano, Little Elm and The Colony in Denton County.

In District 70, Scott Sanford pulled off a big win for state representative over Bracy Wilson in a battle between two pastors in McKinney.

“I called Scott and congratulated him for a spirited race,” Wilson said. “I thought he did great. I think he’s going to do great as our representative.”

Sanford had 60.62 percent of the vote.

Interview with Scott Sanford

State Rep. Ken Paxton said, “Scott is a committed conservative. I’ve known Scott and his wife, Shelly, since our days at Baylor, and I know he’ll represent Collin County well.”

Scott Sanford interview about Ken Paxton


Scott Turner breezed to a win in his District 33 State House race with 75.87 percent.

“Friends, than you so much for your support and encouragement throughout the campaign,” Turner said. ” It was a hard fought battle, and I’m so excited to announce that we won the Republican primary! I look forward to representing the great State of Texas as a member of the Texas House of Representatives.”

JUDGES
In the race for judge in the 199th district court, Angela Tucker and her following at Randy White’s BBQ in Frisco watched until the very end as she edged Bob Dry. Tucker overcame negative ads in the last week to win with 56.60 percent of the vote.

“I want to thank everyone again for their support,” Tucker told our reporter at Randy White’s Hall of Fame BBQ in Frisco on Tuesday night. “The polls were very busy, and I know that is because Team Tucker got out the vote.

“To God be the glory!,” Tucker said. “I sincerely thank each of you for your prayers, support, donations, votes, and tremendous work that it took to win this race. I am honored to be given the opportunity to serve the citizens of Collin County as the Judge of the 199th District Court.”

Barnett Walker (Interview with Walker) and Sharon Ramage took the top two spots for judge and head into a runoff for judge in court at law No. 2.

Jackie Walker said, “Congratulations to my husband for getting into the run off. Very proud of you! God has blessed us in so many ways. A huge thank you to all of our supporters and friends. We couldn’t do it without you. Now it’s time to start campaigning again. Looks like that vacation will have to wait at least a couple more months.”

Barnett Walker said, “I am deeply honored to have learned that State Representative Jodie Laubenberg has endorsed my campaign. We are extremely grateful.”

Court at Law No. 2 Opponent Gene Sera wished them luck from GOP Headquarters in McKinney, and said he gained a lot from running against two strong candidates. Sera interview

Ben Smith had the most votes in the 380th court race with 35.86 percent. Terri Green had 28.54 and Jody Johnson 22.03.

“What a fun last day of voting,” Green said. “I enjoyed riding the county and stopping to visit with the many supporters and volunteers to personally thank them for their service to our campaign. Many thanks to the elected officials, dignitaries and others who called, texted and/or e-mailed today congratulating me on a ‘well-run, top notch, ethical campaign!’ I appreciate their continued support and well wishes.”

In the court of appeals race, Judge David Evans had the lead. Evans interview on six-county race

DISTRICT CLERK

In the race for Collin County District Clerk, Andrea Stroh Thompson beat Tim Baker.

BOX WINS SHERIFF RACE

Terry Box easily held off Republican challengers to win the Republican primary for county sheriff again.

“I want to say how humbled I am by everyone’s hard work on my behalf to be reelected,” Sheriff Box said. “I will always do my best to make you proud of your Sheriff’s Office, and like I said tonight in front of a large crowd, most of the credit goes to the professional employees of the Collin County Sheriff’s Office for working so hard to make me look good.”

PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Mitt Romney won the county vote with 70.79 percent to Rick Santorum’s 10.13 percent and Ron Paul’s 10.06 percent.

SENATE RACE

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and tea party fave Ted Cruz will be going to a runoff. Former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert conceded early he had lost to what he called the “empty suits,” and Celina’s Craig James picked up about four percent of the vote.

“Today Republican voters made a choice between a conservative Texas businessman and Washington special interests,” Dewhurst said. “If you like Texas, you’re going to love the job I’m going to do for you in Washington.”

Cruz issued a challenge to Dewhurst to meet him for five debates before the July 31 runoff.

In Collin County, Cruz had 35.46 percent to 30.65 for Dewhurst, 27.04 percent for Leppert and 4.26 for James, who received 1,994 votes in the county.

HALL, JOHNSON WIN EASILY

Congressmen Ralph Hall and Sam Johnson won handily.  McKinney Mayor Brian Loughmiller congratulated Hall and thanked him for his leadership.

Congressman Johnson was in McKinney at GOP Headquarters Tuesday night after winning the Third Congressional District Republican primary election.

“Coming right after Memorial Day, a time of gratitude and reflection for our freedoms, this victory means a whole lot,” Johnson said. “I know that voters have a choice, and it’s humbling that they chose me.

“I know that America’s best days are ahead of us.  The America I know and love fights for a better tomorrow, and together we will get there,” he said.

Johnson is the chairman of the Social Security Subcommittee and a member of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee.

In McKinney, Johnson thanked all of his supporters for helping him wage a positive grass-roots campaign that focused on the issues. Johnson wants America to get back on the road to recovery and peel back the “layers of burdensome, over-reaching government created when Democrats controlled the U.S. House, the Senate and the White House.”

EDUCATION

In the race for the State Board of Education  in District 12, Gail Spurlock (31.07 percent) and Geraldine “Tincy” Miller (26.97) finished first and second.

Collin County Election Results
Election Summary Report
Republican and Democrat Primary
Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races
Combined Accumulated Totals

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Registered Voters 435397 – Cards Cast 54901 12.61% Num. Report Precinct 202 – Num. Reporting 202 100.00%

President – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 5533
Times Blank Voted 143
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Darcy G. Richardson 90 1.63%
John Wolfe 53 0.96%
Bob Ely 42 0.76%
Barack Obama 5348 96.66%

United States Senator – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4892
Times Blank Voted 782
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
Grady Yarbrough 866 17.70%
Sean Hubbard 1033 21.12%
Addie Dainell Allen 1005 20.54%
Paul Sadler 1988 40.64%

United States Representative, District 4 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 22
Precincts Reporting 22 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 192/20009 1.0 %
Total Votes 128
Times Blank Voted 64
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
VaLinda Hathcox 128 100.00%

United States Representative, District 32 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 9
Precincts Reporting 9 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 285/24075 1.2 %
Total Votes 251
Times Blank Voted 34
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Katherine Savers McG 210 83.67%
Walter Hofheinz 41 16.33%

Railroad Commissioner – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4436
Times Blank Voted 1240
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Dale Henry 4436 100.00%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4463
Times Blank Voted 1213
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Michele Petty 4463 100.00%

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4385
Times Blank Voted 1291
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Keith Hampton 4385 100.00%

Member, State Board of Education, District 12 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4442
Times Blank Voted 1234
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Lois Parrott 4442 100.00%

State Senator, District 8 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 149
Precincts Reporting 149 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5041/373084 1.4 %
Total Votes 3876
Times Blank Voted 1165
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jack G.B. Ternan, Jr 3876 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4346
Times Blank Voted 1330
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Dan Wood 4346 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4419
Times Blank Voted 1257
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Penny R. Phillips 4419 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 9 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4249
Times Blank Voted 1427
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
David Hanschen 4249 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 11 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4352
Times Blank Voted 1324
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Tonya J. Holt 4352 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 12 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4221
Times Blank Voted 1455
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Lawrence J. Praeger 4221 100.00%

County Chairman – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 4551
Times Blank Voted 1125
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Shawn Stevens 2537 55.75%
John Lingenfelder 2014 44.25%

Ref 1 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 5494
Times Blank Voted 182
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 4885 88.92%
Against 609 11.08%

Ref 2 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 5538
Times Blank Voted 138
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 5290 95.52%
Against 248 4.48%

Ref 3 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5676/435397 1.3 %
Total Votes 5529
Times Blank Voted 147
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 3900 70.54%
Against 1629 29.46%

President – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 48363
Times Blank Voted 856
Times Over Voted 6
Number Of Under Votes 0
Charles “Buddy” Roem 189 0.39%
Ron Paul 4867 10.06%
Jon Huntsman 298 0.62%
Newt Gingrich 1868 3.86%
Michele Bachmann 329 0.68%
John Davis 70 0.14%
Mitt Romney 34235 70.79%
Rick Santorum 4898 10.13%
Uncommitted 1609 3.33%

United States Senator – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 46753
Times Blank Voted 2400
Times Over Voted 72
Number Of Under Votes 0
Curt Cleaver 129 0.28%
Joe Agris 68 0.15%
David Dewhurst 14331 30.65%
Glenn Addison 409 0.87%
Ted Cruz 16578 35.46%
Craig James 1994 4.26%
Ben Gambini 119 0.25%
Tom Leppert 12640 27.04%
Lela Pittenger 485 1.04%

United States Representative, District 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 171
Precincts Reporting 171 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 44687/391313 11.4 %
Total Votes 40431
Times Blank Voted 4255
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sam Johnson 33583 83.06%
Harry Pierce 4847 11.99%
Josh Caesar 2001 4.95%

United States Representative, District 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 22
Precincts Reporting 22 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 2761/20009 13.8 %
Total Votes 2473
Times Blank Voted 288
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ralph M. Hall 1509 61.02%
Steve Clark 583 23.57%
Lou Gigliotti 381 15.41%

United States Representative, District 32 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 9
Precincts Reporting 9 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 1777/24075 7.4 %
Total Votes 1270
Times Blank Voted 507
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Pete Sessions 1270 100.00%

Railroad Commissioner – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 36846
Times Blank Voted 12375
Times Over Voted 4
Number Of Under Votes 0
Christi Craddick 13748 37.31%
Roland Sledge 3402 9.23%
Warren Chisum 11794 32.01%
Joe Cotten 2570 6.97%
Becky Berger 4315 11.71%
Beryl Burgess 1017 2.76%

Railroad Commissioner – Unexpired Term – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 34044
Times Blank Voted 15181
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barry Smitherman 17735 52.09%
Al Lee 3696 10.86%
Greg Parker 6793 19.95%
Elizabeth Murray-Kol 5820 17.10%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 34519
Times Blank Voted 14693
Times Over Voted 13
Number Of Under Votes 0
Don Willett 24006 69.54%
Steve Smith 10513 30.46%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 32416
Times Blank Voted 16809
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
John Devine 9664 29.81%
David Medina 12009 37.05%
Joe Pool, Jr. 10743 33.14%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 29254
Times Blank Voted 19971
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Nathan Hecht 29254 100.00%

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 28984
Times Blank Voted 20241
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sharon Keller 28984 100.00%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 28604
Times Blank Voted 20621
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barbara Parker Herve 28604 100.00%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 28324
Times Blank Voted 20901
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Elsa Alcala 28324 100.00%

Member, State Board of Education, District 12 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 35426
Times Blank Voted 13747
Times Over Voted 52
Number Of Under Votes 0
Gail Spurlock 11008 31.07%
Pam Little 7877 22.24%
Geraldine “Tincy” Mi 9556 26.97%
George M. Clayton 6985 19.72%

State Senator, District 8 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 149
Precincts Reporting 149 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 41937/373084 11.2 %
Total Votes 29189
Times Blank Voted 12748
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ken Paxton 29189 100.00%

State Senator, District 30 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 53
Precincts Reporting 53 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 7288/62313 11.7 %
Total Votes 5512
Times Blank Voted 1776
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Craig Estes 3243 58.84%
Jim Herblin 2269 41.16%

State Representative, District 33 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 29
Precincts Reporting 29 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5192/50742 10.2 %
Total Votes 4346
Times Blank Voted 845
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jim Pruitt 1049 24.14%
Scott Turner 3297 75.86%

State Representative, District 66 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 41
Precincts Reporting 41 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 9707/96618 10.0 %
Total Votes 6190
Times Blank Voted 3517
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Van Taylor 6190 100.00%

State Representative, District 67 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 41
Precincts Reporting 41 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 12198/97764 12.5 %
Total Votes 10749
Times Blank Voted 1447
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
John Pitchford 476 4.43%
Roger Burns 2344 21.81%
Jeran Akers 1209 11.25%
Jeff Leach 3247 30.21%
Jon Cole 3473 32.31%

State Representative, District 70 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 44
Precincts Reporting 44 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 12366/93661 13.2 %
Total Votes 9925
Times Blank Voted 2441
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Scott Sanford 6017 60.62%
Bracy Wilson 3908 39.38%

State Representative, District 89 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 47
Precincts Reporting 47 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 9762/96612 10.1 %
Total Votes 6709
Times Blank Voted 3053
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jodie Laubenberg 6709 100.00%

Chief Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 28213
Times Blank Voted 21012
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Carolyn Wright 28213 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 30565
Times Blank Voted 18655
Times Over Voted 5
Number Of Under Votes 0
Kevin Keith 5550 18.16%
Bill Whitehill 7518 24.60%
Jennifer Balido 3807 12.46%
Jeff Coen 3501 11.45%
David Evans 10189 33.34%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 27772
Times Blank Voted 21453
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jim Moseley 27772 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 9 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 28000
Times Blank Voted 21212
Times Over Voted 13
Number Of Under Votes 0
David Lewis 15084 53.87%
Martin E. Richter 12916 46.13%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 10 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 27320
Times Blank Voted 21905
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Molly Francis 27320 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 11 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 26750
Times Blank Voted 22475
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Douglas S. Lang 26750 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 12 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 27233
Times Blank Voted 21992
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Robert M. “Bob” Fill 27233 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 13 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 26765
Times Blank Voted 22460
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Elizabeth Lang Miers 26765 100.00%

District Judge, 199th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 34467
Times Blank Voted 14758
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Angela Tucker 19508 56.60%
Bob Dry 14959 43.40%

District Judge, 380th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 33913
Times Blank Voted 15304
Times Over Voted 8
Number Of Under Votes 0
Terri Green 9679 28.54%
Jody Johnson 7472 22.03%
Chip Jarvis 4600 13.56%
Ben Smith 12162 35.86%

District Judge, 401st Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 29719
Times Blank Voted 19506
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Mark Rusch 19867 66.85%
James C. Mosser 9852 33.15%

District Judge, 416th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 26529
Times Blank Voted 22696
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Chris Oldner 26529 100.00%

Judge, County Court at Law Number 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 32823
Times Blank Voted 16400
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barnett Walker 14258 43.44%
Sharon Ramage 11568 35.24%
Gene Sera 6997 21.32%

Sheriff – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 37354
Times Blank Voted 11870
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Terry G. Box 25842 69.18%
Michael Brooks 5588 14.96%
Chuck Presley 5924 15.86%

County Tax Assessor-Collector – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 33569
Times Blank Voted 15656
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Kenneth L. Maun 33569 100.00%

District Clerk – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 31872
Times Blank Voted 17352
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Tim Baker 13572 42.58%
Andrea Stroh Thompso 18300 57.42%

County Commissioner, Precinct 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 33
Precincts Reporting 33 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 11586/108365 10.7 %
Total Votes 6611
Times Blank Voted 4975
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Matt Shaheen 6611 100.00%

County Commissioner, Precinct 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 64
Precincts Reporting 64 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 14101/108674 13.0 %
Total Votes 11286
Times Blank Voted 2814
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ray Eckenrode 5239 46.42%
Chris Hill 6047 53.58%

Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 3, Place 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 89
Precincts Reporting 89 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 23195/206110 11.3 %
Total Votes 12802
Times Blank Voted 10393
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Chuck Ruckel 12802 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 36
Precincts Reporting 36 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 7651/56962 13.4 %
Total Votes 4209
Times Blank Voted 3442
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Shane Williams 4209 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 33
Precincts Reporting 33 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 4418/46139 9.6 %
Total Votes 2895
Times Blank Voted 1523
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Joe Barton 2895 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 89
Precincts Reporting 89 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 23195/206110 11.3 %
Total Votes 12767
Times Blank Voted 10428
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sammy Knapp 12767 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 44
Precincts Reporting 44 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 13961/126186 11.1 %
Total Votes 8901
Times Blank Voted 5053
Times Over Voted 7
Number Of Under Votes 0
Cesare Venegoni 2037 22.89%
Joe Wright 6864 77.11%

County Chairman – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 27158
Times Blank Voted 22067
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Fred Moses 27158 100.00%

School Choice – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 46677
Times Blank Voted 2548
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 39232 84.05%
No 7445 15.95%

Repealing Obamacare – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 47670
Times Blank Voted 1554
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 44496 93.34%
No 3174 6.66%

Public Prayer – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 47505
Times Blank Voted 1717
Times Over Voted 3
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 42585 89.64%
No 4920 10.36%

Balanced Budget / Controlling Government Growth – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 47085
Times Blank Voted 2138
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 44063 93.58%
No 3022 6.42%

Redistricting – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 202 100.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 49225/435397 11.3 %
Total Votes 43544
Times Blank Voted 5658
Times Over Voted 23
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 32021 73.54%
No 11523 26.46%

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Early election returns

Election Summary Report
Republican and Democrat Primary
Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races
Early Voting Accumulated Totals

05/29/12
17:40:02

Registered Voters 435397 – Cards Cast 29925 6.87% Num. Report Precinct 202 – Num. Reporting 0 0.00%

President – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2966
Times Blank Voted 75
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Darcy G. Richardson 51 1.72%
John Wolfe 35 1.18%
Bob Ely 24 0.81%
Barack Obama 2856 96.29%

United States Senator – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2580
Times Blank Voted 459
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
Grady Yarbrough 476 18.45%
Sean Hubbard 540 20.93%
Addie Dainell Allen 553 21.43%
Paul Sadler 1011 39.19%

United States Representative, District 4 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 22
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 86/20009 0.4 %
Total Votes 52
Times Blank Voted 34
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
VaLinda Hathcox 52 100.00%

United States Representative, District 32 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 9
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 145/24075 0.6 %
Total Votes 125
Times Blank Voted 20
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Katherine Savers McG 109 87.20%
Walter Hofheinz 16 12.80%

Railroad Commissioner – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2337
Times Blank Voted 704
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Dale Henry 2337 100.00%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2367
Times Blank Voted 674
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Michele Petty 2367 100.00%

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2319
Times Blank Voted 722
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Keith Hampton 2319 100.00%

Member, State Board of Education, District 12 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2339
Times Blank Voted 702
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Lois Parrott 2339 100.00%

State Senator, District 8 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 149
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 2738/373084 0.7 %
Total Votes 2071
Times Blank Voted 667
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jack G.B. Ternan, Jr 2071 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2293
Times Blank Voted 748
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Dan Wood 2293 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2335
Times Blank Voted 706
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Penny R. Phillips 2335 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 9 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2246
Times Blank Voted 795
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
David Hanschen 2246 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 11 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2302
Times Blank Voted 739
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Tonya J. Holt 2302 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 12 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2242
Times Blank Voted 799
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Lawrence J. Praeger 2242 100.00%

County Chairman – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2449
Times Blank Voted 592
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Shawn Stevens 1282 52.35%
John Lingenfelder 1167 47.65%

Ref 1 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2935
Times Blank Voted 106
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 2599 88.55%
Against 336 11.45%

Ref 2 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2958
Times Blank Voted 83
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 2811 95.03%
Against 147 4.97%

Ref 3 – Dem Dem
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3041/435397 0.7 %
Total Votes 2951
Times Blank Voted 90
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
For 2039 69.10%
Against 912 30.90%

President – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 26334
Times Blank Voted 544
Times Over Voted 6
Number Of Under Votes 0
Charles “Buddy” Roem 105 0.40%
Ron Paul 2282 8.67%
Jon Huntsman 157 0.60%
Newt Gingrich 996 3.78%
Michele Bachmann 183 0.69%
John Davis 38 0.14%
Mitt Romney 19127 72.63%
Rick Santorum 2497 9.48%
Uncommitted 949 3.60%

United States Senator – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 25427
Times Blank Voted 1385
Times Over Voted 72
Number Of Under Votes 0
Curt Cleaver 73 0.29%
Joe Agris 42 0.17%
David Dewhurst 8226 32.35%
Glenn Addison 210 0.83%
Ted Cruz 7956 31.29%
Craig James 1224 4.81%
Ben Gambini 67 0.26%
Tom Leppert 7359 28.94%
Lela Pittenger 270 1.06%

United States Representative, District 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 171
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 24729/391313 6.3 %
Total Votes 22512
Times Blank Voted 2216
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sam Johnson 18627 82.74%
Harry Pierce 2718 12.07%
Josh Caesar 1167 5.18%

United States Representative, District 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 22
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 1292/20009 6.5 %
Total Votes 1142
Times Blank Voted 150
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ralph M. Hall 709 62.08%
Steve Clark 251 21.98%
Lou Gigliotti 182 15.94%

United States Representative, District 32 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 9
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 863/24075 3.6 %
Total Votes 627
Times Blank Voted 236
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Pete Sessions 627 100.00%

Railroad Commissioner – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 20411
Times Blank Voted 6469
Times Over Voted 4
Number Of Under Votes 0
Christi Craddick 7855 38.48%
Roland Sledge 1548 7.58%
Warren Chisum 6786 33.25%
Joe Cotten 1425 6.98%
Becky Berger 2331 11.42%
Beryl Burgess 466 2.28%

Railroad Commissioner – Unexpired Term – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 18930
Times Blank Voted 7954
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barry Smitherman 10054 53.11%
Al Lee 1937 10.23%
Greg Parker 3758 19.85%
Elizabeth Murray-Kol 3181 16.80%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 19238
Times Blank Voted 7633
Times Over Voted 13
Number Of Under Votes 0
Don Willett 13557 70.47%
Steve Smith 5681 29.53%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 18134
Times Blank Voted 8750
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
John Devine 5435 29.97%
David Medina 6741 37.17%
Joe Pool, Jr. 5958 32.86%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 16187
Times Blank Voted 10697
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Nathan Hecht 16187 100.00%

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 16058
Times Blank Voted 10826
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sharon Keller 16058 100.00%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15833
Times Blank Voted 11051
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barbara Parker Herve 15833 100.00%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15654
Times Blank Voted 11230
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Elsa Alcala 15654 100.00%

Member, State Board of Education, District 12 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 19751
Times Blank Voted 7081
Times Over Voted 52
Number Of Under Votes 0
Gail Spurlock 5889 29.82%
Pam Little 4664 23.61%
Geraldine “Tincy” Mi 5328 26.98%
George M. Clayton 3870 19.59%

State Senator, District 8 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 149
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 23359/373084 6.3 %
Total Votes 16508
Times Blank Voted 6851
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ken Paxton 16508 100.00%

State Senator, District 30 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 53
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 3525/62313 5.7 %
Total Votes 2692
Times Blank Voted 833
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Craig Estes 1647 61.18%
Jim Herblin 1045 38.82%

State Representative, District 33 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 29
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 2902/50742 5.7 %
Total Votes 2476
Times Blank Voted 425
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jim Pruitt 539 21.77%
Scott Turner 1937 78.23%

State Representative, District 66 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 41
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 5174/96618 5.4 %
Total Votes 3357
Times Blank Voted 1817
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Van Taylor 3357 100.00%

State Representative, District 67 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 41
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 6505/97764 6.7 %
Total Votes 5795
Times Blank Voted 709
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
John Pitchford 284 4.90%
Roger Burns 1240 21.40%
Jeran Akers 613 10.58%
Jeff Leach 1782 30.75%
Jon Cole 1876 32.37%

State Representative, District 70 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 44
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 7310/93661 7.8 %
Total Votes 5946
Times Blank Voted 1364
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Scott Sanford 3585 60.29%
Bracy Wilson 2361 39.71%

State Representative, District 89 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 47
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 4993/96612 5.2 %
Total Votes 3532
Times Blank Voted 1461
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jodie Laubenberg 3532 100.00%

Chief Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15680
Times Blank Voted 11204
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Carolyn Wright 15680 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 17255
Times Blank Voted 9624
Times Over Voted 5
Number Of Under Votes 0
Kevin Keith 3231 18.73%
Bill Whitehill 4180 24.22%
Jennifer Balido 2067 11.98%
Jeff Coen 1871 10.84%
David Evans 5906 34.23%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15397
Times Blank Voted 11487
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Jim Moseley 15397 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 9 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15789
Times Blank Voted 11082
Times Over Voted 13
Number Of Under Votes 0
David Lewis 8348 52.87%
Martin E. Richter 7441 47.13%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 10 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15199
Times Blank Voted 11685
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Molly Francis 15199 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 11 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 14881
Times Blank Voted 12003
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Douglas S. Lang 14881 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 12 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15130
Times Blank Voted 11754
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Robert M. “Bob” Fillmore 15130 100.00%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 13 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 14855
Times Blank Voted 12029
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Elizabeth Lang Miers 14855 100.00%

District Judge, 199th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 19548
Times Blank Voted 7336
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Angela Tucker 11155 57.06%
Bob Dry 8393 42.94%

District Judge, 380th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 19353
Times Blank Voted 7523
Times Over Voted 8
Number Of Under Votes 0
Terri Green 5751 29.72%
Jody Johnson 4114 21.26%
Chip Jarvis 2396 12.38%
Ben Smith 7092 36.65%

District Judge, 401st Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 17080
Times Blank Voted 9804
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Mark Rusch 11705 68.53%
James C. Mosser 5375 31.47%

District Judge, 416th Judicial District – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 14951
Times Blank Voted 11933
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Chris Oldner 14951 100.00%

Judge, County Court at Law Number 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 18894
Times Blank Voted 7989
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Barnett Walker 8083 42.78%
Sharon Ramage 6653 35.21%
Gene Sera 4158 22.01%

Sheriff – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 21245
Times Blank Voted 5638
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Terry G. Box 15276 71.90%
Michael Brooks 2865 13.49%
Chuck Presley 3104 14.61%

County Tax Assessor-Collector – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 18613
Times Blank Voted 8271
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Kenneth L. Maun 18613 100.00%

District Clerk – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 18272
Times Blank Voted 8611
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Tim Baker 7434 40.69%
Andrea Stroh Thompson 10838 59.31%

County Commissioner, Precinct 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 33
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 6633/108365 6.1 %
Total Votes 3867
Times Blank Voted 2766
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Matt Shaheen 3867 100.00%

County Commissioner, Precinct 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 64
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 8223/108674 7.6 %
Total Votes 6843
Times Blank Voted 1379
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Ray Eckenrode 3289 48.06%
Chris Hill 3554 51.94%

Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 3, Place 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 89
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 12230/206110 5.9 %
Total Votes 6980
Times Blank Voted 5250
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Chuck Ruckel 6980 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 1 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 36
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 4617/56962 8.1 %
Total Votes 2585
Times Blank Voted 2032
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Shane Williams 2585 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 2 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 33
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 2039/46139 4.4 %
Total Votes 1361
Times Blank Voted 678
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Joe Barton 1361 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 3 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 89
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 12230/206110 5.9 %
Total Votes 6953
Times Blank Voted 5277
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Sammy Knapp 6953 100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 4 – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 44
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 7998/126186 6.3 %
Total Votes 5288
Times Blank Voted 2703
Times Over Voted 7
Number Of Under Votes 0
Cesare Venegoni 1362 25.76%
Joe Wright 3926 74.24%

County Chairman – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 15212
Times Blank Voted 11672
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Fred Moses 15212 100.00%

School Choice – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 25442
Times Blank Voted 1442
Times Over Voted 0
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 21330 83.84%
No 4112 16.16%

Repealing Obamacare – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 25967
Times Blank Voted 916
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 24193 93.17%
No 1774 6.83%

Public Prayer – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 25935
Times Blank Voted 947
Times Over Voted 2
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 23247 89.64%
No 2688 10.36%

Balanced Budget / Controlling Government Growth – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 25717
Times Blank Voted 1166
Times Over Voted 1
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 24136 93.85%
No 1581 6.15%

Redistricting – Rep Rep
Total
Number of Precincts 202
Precincts Reporting 0 0.0 %
Vote For 1
Times Counted 26884/435397 6.2 %
Total Votes 23824
Times Blank Voted 3037
Times Over Voted 23
Number Of Under Votes 0
Yes 17620 73.96%
No 6204 26.04%

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Old Coach: Segleski replacing G.A. Moore at Aubrey

The Old Coach on Rivals.com is reporting that Aubrey ISD board named Mike Segleski as the new head football coach and Boys Athletic Coordinator. Segleski replaces G.A. Moore, the legendary coach who also led Celina, Pilot Point and Sherman to many victories.

Moore, now 73, retired last week as the all-time Texas high school football coaching leader in wins.

Moore (423-97) won state twice at Pilot Point and six times at Celina.

Moore’s teams won 57 straight games between 1998 and 2001.

Daryl Hellman will continue as the Aubrey ISD Athletic Director.

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MCVB: Pecan Grove Memorial Day tribute

Photos by McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate

Horse without a rider to honor the fallen at Pecan Grove Memorial Cemetery in McKinney.
Photos by McKinney Texas Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

Photos by McKinney Texas Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

Photos by McKinney Texas Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

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Photos by McKinney Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

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Photos by McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

Photos by McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

Photos by McKinney Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

Photos by McKinney Convention  and Visitors Bureau: Beth Shumate.

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