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Jack County March Primaries results

Jack County totals for the March primary election were released by the Jack County Election office Wednesday, March 4.

All results released are unofficial until being officially verified by the Jack County Election office. For more information and statements from local candidates, see the Wednesday March 11, edition of the Jacksboro Herald-Gazette.

Republican Ballot -1,879 voters

President

Joe Walsh - 6 (0.32%)

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente Guerra - 4 (0.21%)
Donald J. Trump - 1,809 (96.27%)

Bill Weld - 7 (0.37%)
Matthew John Matern - 0 (0%)
Zoltan G. Istvan - 0 (0%)
Bob Ely - 0 (0%)
Uncommitted - 42 (2.24%)

United States Senator
Mark Yancey - 155 (8.25%)

John Anthony Castro - 81 (4.31%)

John Cornyn - 1,211 (64.45%)
Virgil Bierschwale - 18 (0.96%)
Dwayne Stovall - 210 (11.18%)
United States Representative, District No. 13
Chris Ekstrom - 316 (16.82%)

Elaine Hays - 225 (11.97%)

Monique Worthy - 13 (0.69%)

Diane Knowlton - 56 (2.98%)

Matt McArthur - 113 (6.01%)

Jamie Culley - 16 (0.85%)

Josh Winergarner - 602 (32.04%)

Catherine “I Swear” Carr - 8 (0.43%)

Jason Foglesong - 1 (0.05%)

Asusena Resendiz - 3 (0.16%)

Vance Snider II - 22 (1.17%)

Lee Harvey - 33 (1.76%)

Mark Neese - 34 (1.81%)

Richard Herman - 9 (0.48%)

Ronny Jackson - 125 (7.18%)

Railroad Commissioner
Ryan Sitton - 643 (34.22%)
James "Jim" Wright - 888 (47.26%)

Chief Justice, Supreme Court
Nathan Hecht - 1,503 (79.99%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Unexpired Term
Jane Bland - 1,498 (79.72%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
Jeff Boyd - 1,486 (79.08%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8
Brett Busby - 1,475 (78.50%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
Bert Richardson - 912 (48.54%)
Gina Parker - 555 (29.54%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
Kevin Patrick Yeary - 1,449 (77.12%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
David Newell - 1,451 (77.22%)

Member, State Board of Education, District 14
Maria Y. Berry - 611 (32.52%)

Sue Melton - 832 (44.28%)

State Representative, District 68
Drew Springer - 1,567 (83.40%)

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 2
Dana Womack - 1,451 (100%)

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 6
Mike Wallach - 2,875 (77.22%)

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 7
John P. Chupp - 300 (15.97%)

Brian Walker - 784 (41.72%)
Elizabeth Beach - 313 (16.66%)

District Judge, 271st Judicial District
Greg Lowery - 1,507 (80.20%)

County Attorney
Brad Dixon - 1,585 (84.35%)

Sheriff
Robert Charles (R.C.) Langford - 704 (37.47%)
Tom Spurlock - 1,118 (59.50%)
County Tax Assessor-Collector
Sharon Robinson -1,678 (89.30%)

County Commissioner, Pct. 1
Gary Oliver - 290 (71.60%)
Brian Isbell - 102 (25.19%)

County Commissioner, Pct. 3
Henry D. Birdwell - 569 (90.75%)

Constable
Clyde E. Watson - 1,639 (87.23%)

County Chairman
Sharon Ban Baale  - 1,617 (86.06%)

Proposition 1
Yes - 1,571 (83.61%)
No - 240 (12.77%)

Proposition 2
Yes - 1,537 (81.80%)
No - 267 (14.21%)

Proposition 3
Yes - 1,664 (88.56%)
No - 109 (5.80%)

Proposition 4
Yes - 1,735 (92.34%)
No - 54 (2.87%)

Proposition 5
Yes - 1,638 (91.45%)
No - 148 (7.88%)

Proposition 6
Yes - 1,698 (90.37%)
No - 96 (5.11%)

Proposition 7
Yes - 1,795 (98.77%)
No - 13 (0.69%)

Proposition 8
Yes - 1,770 (99.02%)
No - 10 (0.53%)

Proposition 9
Yes - 1,697 (90.31%)
No - 90 (4.79%)

Proposition 10
Yes - 1,666 (88.66%)
No - 108 (5.75%)

Democratic Ballot - 180 voters

President

Marianne Williamson 1 (0.56%)

Julián Castro - 0 (0%)

Elizabeth Warren - 11 (6.11%)

Michael Bennet - 2 (1.11%)

Amy Klobuchar - 6 (3.33%)

Joseph R. Biden - 79 (43.89%)

John K. Delaney - 0 (0%)

Deval Patrick - 0 (0%)

Bernie Sanders - 33 (18.33%)

Tom Steyer - 0 (0%)
Tulsi Gabbard - 1 (0.56%)

Michael R. Bloomberg - 35 (19.44%)

Pete Buttigieg - 0 (0%)

Robby Wells - 0 (0%)

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente - 0 (0%)

Cory Booker - 0 (0%)
Andrew Yang - 0 (0%)

United States Senator

D. R. Hunter - 6 (3.33%)

Mary "MJ" Hegar - 59 (32.78%)

Adrian Ocegueda - 2 (1.11%)

Royce West - 22 (12.22%)

Amanda K. Edwards - 17 (9.44%)

Jack Daniel Foster Jr - 6 (3.33%)
Sema Hernandez - 9 (5%)

Chris Bell - 10 (5.56%)

Annie "Mamá" Garcia - 3 (1.67%)

Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez - 4 (2.22%)

Victor Hugo Harris - 3 (1.67%)
Michael Cooper - 3 (1.67%)

United States Representative, District No. 13
Timothy W. Gassaway - 52 (28.89%)

Gus Trujillo - 39 (21.67%)

Greg Sagan - 51 (28.33%)

Railroad Commissioner

Roberto R. "Beto" Alonzo - 30 (16.67%)

Kelly Stone - 40 (22.22%)
Mark Watson - 37 (20.56%)
Chrysta Castañeda - 35 (19.44%)

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Amy Clark Meachum - 115 (63.89%)
Jerry Zimmerer - 33 (18.33%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6
Larry Praeger - 60 (33.33%)
Kathy Cheng - 84 (46.68%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Brandy Voss - 50 (27.78%)
Staci Williams - 94 (52.22%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

Gisela D. Triana - 70 (38.89%)
Peter Kelly - 72 (40%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
Dan Wood - 40 (22.22%)
Elizabeth Davis Frizell - 89 (49.44%)
William Pieratt Demond - 12 (6.67%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
Tina Clinton - 106 (58.89%)
Steven Miears - 33 (18.33%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
Brandon Birmingham - 130 (72.22%)

Member, State Board of Education, District 14
Greg Alvord - 131 (72.78%)

State Representative, District 68
Patsy Ledbetter - 132 (73.33%)

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 6 Unexpired Term
Delonia A. Watson - 130 (72.22%)

County Chairman
John Barry IV - 129 (71.67%)

Proposition 1
Yes - 148 (82.22%)
No - 18 (10%)

Proposition 2
Yes - 155 (86.11%)
No - 13 (7.22%)

Proposition 3
Yes - 162 (90%)
No - 9 (5%)

Proposition 4
Yes - 158 (87.78%)
No - 11 (6.11%)

Proposition 5
Yes - 158 (87.78%)
No - 8 (4.44%)

Proposition 6
Yes - 164 (91.11%)
No - 4 (2.22%)

Proposition 7
Yes - 152 (84.44%)
No - 13 (7.22%)

Proposition 8
Yes - 162 (91.01%)
No - 5 (2.81%)

Proposition 9
Yes - 153 (85.96%)
No - 8 (4.49%)

Proposition 10
Yes - 154 (86.52%)
No - 9 (5.06%)

Proposition 11
Yes - 145 (81.46%)
No - 15 (8.43%)

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