FINAL NUMBERS: 2018 Texas Primary Election results

FINAL NUMBERS: 2018 Texas Primary Election results

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Texas voters are kicking off the 2018 election year Tuesday March 6 in the country's first primary. 

Here are the races we're watching:

Lubbock County Elections Office website

Secretary of State election results

(FINAL RESULTS)

Lubbock County Judge (Republican)

Gary Boren 47%
Karen Gibson 22%
Curtis Parrish 31%

Lubbock County Commissioner Precinct 2 (Republican)

Mark Heinrich 44%
Jason Corley 56%

Lubbock County Commissioner Precinct 4 (Republican)

Patti Jones 40%
Chad Seay 60%

Lubbock County Court At Law #3 (Republican)

Hon. Phillip Hays 44%
David Nelson 56%

Lubbock County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 (Republican)

Susan Rowley 54%
Mark Meurer 40%
Clemmie Payne 6%

District 84 State Representative (Democratic)

Austin Michael Carrizales 42%
Samantha Carrillo Fields  58%

District 88 State Representative (Republican)

Jason Huddleston 30%
Ken King - incumbent  50%
Richard Beyea  19%

US Senate (Republican)

Bruce Jacobson, Jr. 4%
Geraldine Sam 1%
Mary Miller 6%
Stefano de Stefano 3%
Ted Cruz - incumbent  85%

US Senate (Democratic)

Beto O'Rourke 62%
Edward Kimbrough 14%
Sema Hernandez 24%

Governor (Republican)

Barbara Krueger 8%
Greg Abbott - incumbent  90%
SECEDE Kilgore 1%

Governor (Democratic)

Adrian Ocegueda 4%
Andrew White 27%
Cedric Davis, Sr. 8%
Grady Yarbrough 5%
James Jolly Clark 2%
Jeffrey Payne 5%
Joe Mumbach 1%
Lupe Valdez 43%
Tom Wakely 3%

Lt. Governor (Republican)

Dan Patrick - incumbent  76%
Scott Milder 24%

Lt. Governor (Democratic)

Michael Cooper 48%
Mike Collier 52%

Comptroller (Democratic)

Joi Chevalier 52%
Tim Mahoney 48%

Land Commissioner (Republican)

Davey Edwards 7%
George P. Bush - incumbent  58%
Jerry Patterson 30%
Rick Range 5%

Land Commissioner (Democratic)

Miguel Suazo 70%
Tex Morgan 30%

Agriculture Commissioner (Republican)

Jim Hogan 23%
Sid Miller 56%
Trey Blocker 21%

Railroad Commissioner (Republican)

Christi Craddick 76%
Weston Martinez 24%

Railroad Commissioner (Democratic)

Chris Spellmon 59%
Roman McAllen 41%

Presiding Judge Criminal Appeals (Republican)

David Bridges 48%
Sharon Keller 52%

Justice Criminal Appeals, Place 8 (Republican)

Dib Waldrip 16%
Jay Brandon 31%
Michelle Slaughter  53%

Republican Prop. 1 (Replace Property Tax with Consumption Tax)

Yes 67%
No 33%

Republican Prop. 2 (Voter Approval of Toll Roads)

Yes 92%
No 8%

Republican Prop. 3 (House Speaker Selected by Secret Ballot without Democrat Influence)

Yes 86%
No 14%

Republican Prop. 4 (Screen New Hires Through E-Verify)

Yes 89%
No 11%

Republican Prop. 5 (School Choice)

Yes 73%
No 27%

Republican Prop. 6 (Protect Women's Privacy in Schools and Government Buildings)

Yes 91%
No 9%

Republican Prop. 7 (Abolish Abortion)

Yes 72%
No 28%

Republican Prop. 8 (Voter Fraud a Felony)

Yes 95%
No 5%

Republican Prop. 9 (Repeal Obamacare)

Yes 87%
No 13%

Republican Prop. 10 (Property Tax Growth Capped at 4%, Voter Approval for excess of 4%)

Yes 95%
No 5%

Republican Prop. 11 (Tax Dollars Banned for Pro Sports Stadiums)

Yes 86%
No 14%

Democrat Prop. 1 (Quality Public Education and Affordable College and Career Training Without Student Loan Debt)

For 97%
Against 3%

Democrat Prop. 2 (Refinance Student Loan Debt at 0% Interest)

For 95%
Against 5%

Democrat Prop. 3 (Right to Universal Healthcare)

For 95%
Against 5%

Democrat Prop. 4 (Paid Family and Sick Leave and a Living Wage)

For 97%
Against 3%

Democrat Prop. 5 (Infrastructure Program)

For 94%
Against 6%

Democrat Prop. 6 (Clean Air, Safe Water, Healthy Environment)

For 99%
Against 1%

Democrat Prop. 7 (Right to Dignity and Respect)

For 98%
Against 2%

Democrat Prop. 8 (Affordable and Accessible Housing)

For 94%
Against 6%

Democrat Prop. 9 (Right to Vote, Automatic Voter Registration, Election Holiday, No Campaign Influence)

For 96%
Against 4%

Democrat Prop. 10 (Right to Fair Criminal Justice System)

For 98%
Against 2%

Democrat Prop. 11 (Comprehensive Immigration Reform)

For 97%
Against 3%

Democrat Prop. 12 (Right to a Fair Tax System)

For 98%
Against 2%

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