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March 4th, 2014 Lubbock County Primary Election Results

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The March 4th, 2014 Republican and Democrat Texas Party Primaries saw somewhat low voter turnout amidst some hotly contested races.

In early voting for these particular Primaries, 15,025 Lubbock County voters turned out to cast their ballot prior to Election Day. This is far down from the 24,125 early voters in the 2010 Primary election.

Polls closed at 7 p.m. in Lubbock County and at most locations across the state, except for Travis County, where inclement weather kept the polls from opening on time.

The results posted below are for Lubbock County only. Complete statewide election results are available from the Texas Secretary of State’s website here.

Any primary elections that do not produce a candidate with more than 50 percent of the overall vote will go into a run-off election on May 27th, 2014.

United States Senator, Vote For 1

REP Curt Cleaver  - 2.28%

REP Dwayne Stovall  - 9.49%

REP Ken Cope  - 7.08%

REP Chris Mapp  - 1.60%

REP Steve Stockman – 14.26%

REP Reid Reasor  - 1.62%

REP John Cornyn – 59.76%

REP Linda Vega – 3.92%

Cast Votes: 14,153

United States Senator, Vote For 1

DEM Maxey Marie Scherr – 35.70%

DEM Harry Kim – 10.38%

DEM David M. Alameel – 28.50%

DEM Kesha Rogers – 20.46%

DEM Michael “Fjet” Fjetland – 4.96%

Cast Votes: 2,438

United States Representative, District 19, Vote For 1

REP Chris Winn – 16.41%

REP Donald R. May – 29.52%

REP Randy Neugebauer – 54.07%

Cast Votes: 14,359

United States Representative, District 19, Vote For 1

DEM Neal Marchbanks – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,253

Governor, Vote For 1

REP SECEDE Kilgore – 1.59%

REP Lisa Fritsch – 4.61%

REP Greg Abbott – 91.41%

REP Miriam Martinez – 2.39%

Cast Votes: 14,335

Governor, Vote For 1

DEM Reynaldo “Ray” Madrigal – 18.70%

DEM Wendy R. Davis – 81.30%

Cast Votes: 2,541

Lieutenant Governor, Vote For 1

REP David Dewhurst – 34.60%

REP Todd Staples 2,661 – 19.08%

REP Jerry Patterson – 7.03%

REP Dan Patrick – 39.28%

Cast Votes: 14,310

Lieutenant Governor, Vote For 1

DEM Leticia Van de Putte – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,295

Attorney General, Vote For 1

REP Ken Paxton – 40.52%

REP Barry Smitherman – 32.17%

REP Dan Branch – 27.32%

Cast Votes: 14,047

Attorney General, Vote For 1

DEM Sam Houston – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,315

Comptroller of Public Accounts, Vote For 1

REP Debra Medina – 16.46%

REP Harvey Hilderbran – 34.30%

REP Raul Torres – 2.82%

REP Glenn Hegar – 46.42%

Cast Votes: 13,662

Comptroller of Public Accounts, Vote For 1

DEM Mike Collier – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,318

Commissioner of the General Land Office, Vote For 1

REP George P. Bush – 72.66%

REP David Watts – 27.34%

Cast Votes: 14,045

Commissioner of the General Land Office, Vote For 1

DEM John Cook – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,323

Commissioner of Agriculture, Vote For 1

REP Sid Miller – 35.07%

REP J. Allen Carnes – 16.84%

REP Tommy Merritt – 28.66%

REP Joe Cotten – 14.67%

REP Eric Opiela – 4.76%

Cast Votes: 13,258

Commissioner of Agriculture, Vote For 1

DEM Richard “Kinky” Friedman – 40.22%

DEM Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III – 17.44%

DEM Jim Hogan – 42.34%

Cast Votes: 2,430

Railroad Commissioner, Vote For 1

REP Malachi Boyuls – 10.86%

REP Wayne Christian – 42.86%

REP Ryan Sitton – 32.13%

REP Becky Berger – 14.16%

Cast Votes: 13,397

Railroad Commissioner, Vote For 1

DEM Dale Henry – 43.04%

DEM Steve Brown – 56.96%

Cast Votes: 2,352

Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Vote For 1

REP Nathan Hecht – 68.86%

REP Robert Talton – 31.14%

Cast Votes: 13,284

Chief Justice, Supreme Court, Vote For 1

DEM William Moody – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,310

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term, Vote For 1

REP Joe Pool – 29.79%

REP Jeff Brown – 70.21%

Cast Votes: 13,086

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term, Vote For 1

DEM Lawrence Edward Meyers – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,275

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8, Vote For 1

REP Sharon McCally – 35.42%

REP Phil Johnson – 64.58%

Cast Votes: 13,295

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3, Vote For 1

REP Bert Richardson – 69.67%

REP Barbara Walther – 30.33%

Cast Votes: 12,778

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3, Vote For 1

DEM John Granberg – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 2,298

 

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4, Vote For 1

REP Kevin Patrick Yeary – 56.23%

REP Jani Jo Wood – 17.12%

REP Richard Dean Davis – 26.64%

Cast Votes: 12,668

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9, Vote For 1

REP David Newell – 61.03%

REP W.C. “Bud” Kirkendall – 38.97%

Cast Votes: 12,634

State Representative, District 83, Vote For 1

REP Steve Massengale – 26.50%

REP Charles Perry – 73.50%

Cast Votes: 7,618

State Representative, District 84, Vote For 1

REP John Frullo – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 5,985

State Representative, District 84, Vote For 1

DEM Ed Tishler – 100.00%

Cast Votes: 1,499

County Commissioner, Precinct 2, Vote For 1

REP Mark E. Heinrich – 71.99%

REP Jon David Bruegel – 28.01%

Cast Votes: 3,576

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Vote For 1

REP Brenda Willis – 7.94%

REP Margaret Anne Brown – 11.58%

REP Debra Burton – 4.80%

REP Gary Vaughn – 37.48%

REP Ann-Marie Carruth – 38.21%

Cast Votes: 3,189

Republican Proposition #1 Religious Freedom:, Vote For 1

Yes – 97.58%

No – 2.42%

Cast Votes: 14,300

Republican Proposition #2 Second Amendment:, Vote For 1

Yes – 87.78%

No – 12.22%

Cast Votes: 14,174

Republican Proposition #3 Franchise Tax:, Vote For 1

Yes – 89.10%

No – 10.90%

Cast Votes: 13,941

Republican Proposition #4 Welfare Reform:, Vote For 1

Yes – 95.14%

No – 4.86%

Cast Votes: 14,302

Republican Proposition #5 No Lawmaker Exceptions:, Vote For 1

Yes – 99.46%

No – 0.54%

Cast Votes: 14,325

Republican Proposition #6 Obamacare:, Vote For 1

Yes – 93.82%

No – 6.18%

Cast Votes: 14,309

Democratic Referendum #1 On Immigration Reform:, Vote For 1

For – 91.10%

Against – 8.90%

Cast Votes: 2,501

Democratic Referendum #2 A Living Wage for all Texans:, Vote For 1

For – 93.04%

Against – 6.96%

Cast Votes: 2,526

Democratic Referendum #3 Medicaid Expansion:, Vote For 1

For – 91.98%

Against – 8.02%

Cast Votes: 2,525

Democratic Referendum #4 On Non-Discrimination Legislation:, Vote For 1

For – 91.53%

Against – 8.47%

Cast Votes: 2,514

RACE

NAME

PARTY

EARLY VOTES

PERCENT

TOTAL VOTES

PERCENT

U. S. Senator

Curt Cleaver

REP

301

2.12%

506

2.28%

Ken Cope

REP

992

7.00%

1,569

7.07%

John Cornyn – Incumbent

REP

8,755

61.85%

13,248

59.75%

Chris Mapp

REP

215

1.51%

354

1.59%

Reid Reasor

REP

213

1.50%

359

1.61%

Steve Stockman

REP

1,892

13.36%

3,161

14.25%

Dwayne Stovall

REP

1,251

8.83%

2,103

9.48%

Linda Vega

REP

534

3.77%

869

3.91%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,153

22,169

U. S. Representative District 19

Donald R. May

REP

4,124

28.72%

6,654

29.51%

Randy Neugebauer – Incumbent

REP

7,956

55.40%

12,190

54.07%

Chris Winn

REP

2,279

15.87%

3,700

16.41%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,359

22,544

Precincts Reported

104

of

104 Precincts

100.00%

Governor

Greg Abbott

REP

13,129

91.58%

20,564

91.40%

Lisa Fritsch

REP

633

4.41%

1,038

4.61%

SECEDE Kilgore

REP

224

1.56%

357

1.58%

Miriam Martinez

REP

349

2.43%

538

2.39%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,335

22,497

Lieutenant Governor

David Dewhurst – Incumbent

REP

4,840

33.82%

7,765

34.60%

Dan Patrick

REP

5,849

40.87%

8,815

39.28%

Jerry Patterson

REP

960

6.70%

1,577

7.02%

Todd Staples

REP

2,661

18.59%

4,282

19.08%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,310

22,439

Attorney General

Dan Branch

REP

3,717

26.46%

6,004

27.31%

Ken Paxton

REP

5,614

39.96%

8,906

40.51%

Barry Smitherman

REP

4,716

33.57%

7,070

32.16%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,047

21,980

 

Comptroller of Public Accounts

Glenn Hegar

REP

6,300

46.11%

9,904

46.41%

Harvey Hilderbran

REP

4,709

34.46%

7,318

34.29%

Debra Medina

REP

2,266

16.58%

3,512

16.46%

Raul Torres

REP

387

2.83%

602

2.82%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,662

21,336

Commissioner of the General Land Office

George P. Bush

REP

10,303

73.35%

15,957

72.66%

David Watts

REP

3,742

26.64%

6,004

27.33%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,045

21,961

Commissioner of Agriculture

J. Allen Carnes

REP

2,093

15.78%

3,483

16.84%

Joe Cotten

REP

1,980

14.93%

3,034

14.67%

Tommy Merritt

REP

3,655

27.56%

5,927

28.65%

Sid Miller

REP

4,921

37.11%

7,252

35.06%

Eric Opiela

REP

609

4.59%

985

4.76%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,258

20,681

Railroad Commissioner

Becky Berger

REP

1,886

14.07%

2,947

14.15%

Malachi Boyuls

REP

1,255

9.36%

2,260

10.85%

Wayne Christian

REP

5,789

43.21%

8,921

42.85%

Ryan Sitton

REP

4,467

33.34%

6,688

32.12%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,397

20,816

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Nathan Hecht – Incumbent

REP

8,809

66.31%

14,230

68.85%

Robert Talton

REP

4,475

33.68%

6,436

31.14%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,284

20,666

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Unexpired Term

Jeff Brown – Incumbent

REP

9,217

70.43%

14,222

70.21%

Joe Pool

REP

3,869

29.56%

6,033

29.78%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,086

20,255

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Jeff Boyd – Incumbent

REP

12,080

100.00%

18,693

100.00%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

12,080

18,693

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

Phil Johnson – Incumbent

REP

8,484

63.81%

13,337

64.57%

Sharon McCally

REP

4,811

36.18%

7,316

35.42%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,295

20,653

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3

Bert Richardson

REP

8,992

70.37%

13,727

69.67%

Barbara Walther

REP

3,786

29.62%

5,975

30.32%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

12,778

19,702

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4

Richard Dean Davis

REP

3,369

26.59%

5,190

26.64%

Jani Jo Wood

REP

2,122

16.75%

3,336

17.12%

Kevin Patrick Yeary

REP

7,177

56.65%

10,955

56.23%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

12,668

19,481

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9

W.C. “Bud” Kirkendall

REP

5,185

41.04%

7,580

38.97%

David Newell

REP

7,449

58.95%

11,870

61.02%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

12,634

19,450

State Representative District 83

Steve Massengale

REP

1,833

24.06%

3,186

26.49%

Charles Perry – Incumbent

REP

5,785

75.93%

8,838

73.50%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

7,618

12,024

Prop 1 Ability to freely express religious beliefs and prayer in public

IN FAVOR

REP

13,957

97.60%

21,911

97.58%

AGAINST

REP

343

2.39%

543

2.41%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,300

22,454

Prop 2 Expanding locations where CHL holders may legally carry

IN FAVOR

REP

12,432

87.70%

19,529

87.78%

AGAINST

REP

1,742

12.29%

2,718

12.21%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,174

22,247

Prop 3 Abolish the state franchise tax to encourage business growth

IN FAVOR

REP

12,445

89.26%

19,428

89.10%

AGAINST

REP

1,496

10.73%

2,376

10.89%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

13,941

21,804

Prop 4 Welfare recipients to be tested for drugs before receiving benefits

IN FAVOR

REP

13,634

95.32%

21,358

95.14%

AGAINST

REP

668

4.67%

1,090

4.85%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,302

22,448

Prop 5 Elected officials and staff be subject to same laws as constituents

IN FAVOR

REP

14,239

99.39%

22,380

99.46%

AGAINST

REP

86

0.60%

121

0.53%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,325

22,501

Prop 6 Repeal The Affordable Care Act

IN FAVOR

REP

13,442

93.94%

21,090

93.82%

AGAINST

REP

867

6.05%

1,389

6.17%

———–

———–

Total Votes Cast

14,309

22,479

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