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In Tuesday’s primary elections in Hamilton County, Precinct 4 Commissioner Dickie Clary retained his post against challenger Keith Rogers by a vote of 232 or 68.44 percent to 107 or 31.56 percent.

Hamilton County also chose Rep. J.D. Sheffield over challenger Chris Evans by a vote of 628 or 53.04 percent to 556 or 46.96 percent, which closely mirrored the final state results with Sheffield receiving 57.87 percent to Evans’ 42.12.

In the Hamilton County uncontested races in the Republican Primary, County Judge Mark Tynes received 954 votes; District Clerk Sandy Layhew 971; County Clerk Kiesha Fisher Bagwell 974; County Treasurer Shawna Dyer 965; Precinct 2 Commissioner Keith Curry 265; Justice of the Peace James Lively 968; and County Chairman Cat Parks 917.

Shaun Carpenter was unopposed for District Judge, 220th Judicial District, and received 870 Hamilton County votes.

Hamilton County also mirrored state results in choosing Republican candidate Greg Abbott and Democratic candidate Lupe Valdez for November’s General Election for governor.

For lieutenant governor, Hamilton County chose Republican Dan Patrick and Democrat Mike Collier; for senator, Democrat Beto O’Rourke and Republican Ted Cruz; and for agriculture commissioner, Democrat Kim Olson and Republican Sid Miller, all matching voters across the state.

Hamilton County voters cast 1210 votes in the Republican primary and 121 in the Democratic, for a total of 1331.

Hamilton County

Republican Primary Results

United States Senator – Stefano de Stefano 24, Geraldine Sam 17, Bruce Jacobsen Jr. 70, Mary Miller 63, Ted Cruz 982

US Representative, District 25 – Roger Williams 939

Governor – Barbara Krueger 90, SECEDE Kilgore 16, Greg Abbott 1053

Lieutenant Governor – Dan Patrick 843, Scott Milder 314

Attorney General – Ken Paxton 957

Comptroller of Public Accounts – Glenn Hegar 913

Commissioner of the General Land Office – Davey Edwards 79, George P. Bush 679, Jerry Patterson 261, Rick Range 77

Commissioner of Agriculture – Trey Blocker 238, Jim Hogan 172, Sid Miller 739

Railroad Commissioner – Weston Martinez 264, Christi Craddick 752

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 – Jimmy Blacklock 874

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 – John Devine 870

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Jeff Brown 866

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – David Bridges 538, Sharon Keller 396

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 – Barbara Parker Hervey 829

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 – Michelle Slaughter 474, Dib Waldrip 103, Jay Brandon 305

State Representative, District 59 – J.D. Sheffield 628, Chris Evans 556

Chief Justice, 10th Court of Appeals – Tom Gray 868

Prop 1 – 692 yes, 385 no

Prop 2 – 1031 yes, 123 no

Prop 3 – 1000 yes, 141 no

Prop 4 – 1034 yes, 126 no

Prop 5 – 849 yes, 310 no

Prop 6 – 1077 yes, 81 no

Prop 7 – 770 yes, 358 no

Prop 8 – 1103 yes, 58 no

Prop 9 – 1022 yes, 138 no

Prop 10 – 1036 yes, 100 no

Prop 11 – 1015 yes, 145 no

Hamilton County

Democratic Primary Results

US Senator – Edward Kimbrough 35, Sema Hernandez 16, Beto O’Rourke 61

US Rep. District 25 – Chetan Panda 5, Julie Oliver 24, Chris Perri 17, West Hanson 26, Kathi Thomas 29

Governor – Jeffrey Payne 12, Cedric Davis Sr. 2, Joe Mumbach 2, Grady Yarbrough 12, Tom Wakely 3, James Jolly Clark 1, Andrew White 28, Adrian Ocegueda 4, Lupe Valdez 40

Lieutenant Governor – Mike Collier 66, Michael Cooper 34

Attorney General – Justin Nelson 99

Comptroller of Public Accounts – Tim Mahoney 64, Joe Chevalier 38

Commissioner of the General Land Office – Tex Morgan 65, Miguel Suazo 35

Commissioner of Agriculture – Kim Olson 100

Railroad Commissioner – Roman McAllen 36, Chris Spellmon 64

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 – Steven Kirkland 99

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 – RK Sandill 98

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Kathy Cheng 96

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals – Maria T. (Terri) Jackson 99

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 – Ramona Franklin 98

Prop 1 – 115 for, 4 against

Prop 2 – 107 for, 11 against

Prop 3 – 114 for, 7 against

Prop 4 – 115 for, 4 against

Prop 5 – 108 for, 9 against

Prop 6– 113 for, 1 against

Prop 7 – 109 for, 4 against

Prop 8 – 99 for, 9 against

Prop 9 – 104 for, 5 against

Prop 10 – 106 for, 7 against

Prop 11 – 102 for, 9 against

Prop 12 – 112 for, 1 against

 

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