Hospital district incumbent keeps seat
Incumbent Lori McBrayer has beaten challenger Joe Logan in the election for Place 2 on the Jack County Hospital District Board of Directors.
McBrayer received 1,430 votes, or 50.49 percent of total ballots cast, compared to Logan’s 583 votes. Only 2,013 of those who voted in Jack County weighed in on the hospital Place 2 race.
Unofficial results with all precincts reporting show 2,832 of the 5,081 registered voters in the county cast ballots in the election.
Also in local elections, 271st Judicial District Judge Brock Smith received 2,546 Jack County votes and Hospital District Director Place 4 Mark Maples received 1,819. Both were uncontested.
Jack County voters come out decidedly Republican in their votes with 1,922 or 67.87 percent voting straight ticket for the GOP. There were 168 who voted straight ticket for the Democratic Party and 12 Libertarian.
In the U.S. Senate race, 2,497 county voters, 88.17 percent, chose Republican Ted Cruz with 295 choosing Democrat Beto O’Rourke.
Congressman Mac Thornberry was selected by a wide margin of Jack County voters with more than 88 percent as was Gov. Greg Abbott.
Republicans throughout the ballot received 85 percent or more over their Democratic and Libertarian challengers.
State Senate District 30 candidate Pat Fallon received 2,469 votes in Jack County with Democrat and Bridgeport-native Kevin Lopez garnering 296 votes.
The full Jack County results can be viewed via the PDF attachment below.