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May 29, 2012 Lubbock County Primary Election Results

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Today was the long awaited Texas primary election which designates legislative leaders in both Republican and Democratic parties. Voters of both parties today chose nominees for President, Congress, statewide and local offices.

Polls closed at 7:00 pm Tuesday evening. You can view updated state results for Republicans and Democrats throughout the night on the state’s election website.

As of 9:48pm here are the final voting totals for Lubbock County:

Results shown for statewide, or multi-county races, are only for ballots cast within Lubbock County.

 

United States President, Vote For 1
DEM Bob Ely 3.42%
DEM John Wolfe 2.91%
DEM Darcy G. Richardson 4.76%
DEM Barack Obama 88.91%
Cast Votes: 96.07%
United States Senator, Vote For 1
DEM Sean Hubbard 17.51%
DEM Grady Yarbrough 26.74%
DEM Addie Dainell Allen 17.48%
DEM Paul Sadler 38.27%
Cast Votes: 88.18%
Railroad Commissioner, Vote For 1
DEM Dale Henry 100.00%
Cast Votes: 79.78%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Vote For 1
DEM Michele Petty 100.00%
Cast Votes: 80.89%
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Vote For 1
DEM Keith Hampton 100.00%
Cast Votes: 80.81%
Member, State Board of Education, District 15, Vote For 1
DEM Steven D. Schafersman 100.00%
Cast Votes: 79.67%
County Commissioner, Precinct 3, Vote For 1
DEM Richard A. Calvillo 25.39%
DEM Lorenzo “Bubba” SedeƱo 26.89%
DEM Gilbert A. Flores 47.71%
Cast Votes: 96.38%
Flores and Sedeno will advance to the July runoff

 

Constable, Precinct 3, Vote For 1
DEM Marina L. Garcia 65.77%
DEM Richard Mendez 34.23%
Cast Votes: 88.22%
Party Chair, Democratic, Vote For 1
DEM Kenny Ketner 100.00%
Cast Votes: 83.06%
Democratic Referendum #1, Vote For 1
For 89.62%
Against 10.38%
Cast Votes: 93.38%
Democratic Referendum #2, Vote For 1
For 93.72%
Against 6.28%
Cast Votes: 2,304 94.08% 0 0.00% 93.90%
Democratic Referendum #3, Vote For 1
For 72.77%
Against 27.23%
Cast Votes: 93.74%
United States President, Vote For 1
REP Michele Bachmann 1.46%
REP Rick Santorum 8.27%
REP Mitt Romney 70.44%
REP Ron Paul 8.40%
REP John Davis 0.18%
REP Newt Gingrich 4.97%
REP Jon Huntsman 0.62%
REP Charles “Buddy” Roemer 0.24%
REP Uncommitted 4.40%
Cast Votes: 98.74%
United States Senator, Vote For 1
REP Curt Cleaver 0.75%
REP Ted Cruz 37.48%
REP Tom Leppert 8.01%
REP Joe Agris 0.18%
REP Ben Gambini 0.27%
REP Craig James 2.62%
REP David Dewhurst 48.15%
REP Lela Pittenger 1.20%
REP Glenn Addison 1.34%
Cast Votes: 97.54%
United States Representative, District 19, Vote For 1
REP Chris Winn 33.94%
REP Randy Neugebauer 66.06%
Cast Votes: 97.74%
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Railroad Commissioner, Vote For 1
REP Beryl Burgess 5.08%
REP Joe Cotton 9.40%
REP Becky Berger 10.39%
REP Roland Sledge 3.11%
REP Warren Chisum 30.58%
REP Christi Craddick 40.63%
Cast Votes: 89.29%
Railroad Commissioner (2 yr. Unexpired Term), Vote For 1
REP Al Lee 5.87%
REP Elizabeth Murray-Kolb 20.99%
REP Greg Parker 22.89%
REP Barry Smitherman 50.25%
Cast Votes: 83.93%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2, Vote For 1
REP Steve Smith 52.49%
REP Don Willett 47.51%
Cast Votes: 82.93%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4, Vote For 1
REP John Devine 30.03%
REP David Medina 49.72%
REP Joe Pool, Jr. 20.25%
Cast Votes: 83.44%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Vote For 1
REP Nathan Hecht 100.00%
Cast Votes: 78.20%
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Vote For 1
REP Sharon Keller 100.00%
Cast Votes: 78.67%
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7, Vote For 1
REP Barbara Parker Hervey 100.00%
Cast Votes: 78.97%
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8, Vote For 1
REP Elsa Alcala 100.00%
Cast Votes: 70.28%
Member, State Board of Education, District 15, Vote For 1
REP Marty Rowley 56.02%
REP Anette Carlisle 43.98%
Cast Votes: 81.73%
State Senator, District 28, Vote For 1
REP Robert Duncan 85.32%
REP E. M. Garza 14.68%
Cast Votes: 93.97%
State Representative, District 83, Vote For 1
REP Charles Perry 75.20%
REP Delwin Jones 24.80%
Cast Votes: 97.75%
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State Representative, District 84, Vote For 1
REP John Frullo 100.00%
Cast Votes: 85.89%
Justice, 7th Court of Appeals District, Place 2, Vote For 1
REP Mackey K. Hancock 100.00%
Cast Votes: 82.03%
Justice, 7th Court of Appeals District, Place 3, Vote For 1
REP Pat Pirtle 100.00%
Cast Votes: 77.19%
District Judge, 72nd Judicial District, Vote For 1
REP Ruben G. Reyes 100.00%
Cast Votes: 77.30%
District Judge, 99th Judicial District, Vote For 1
REP William C. (Bill) Sowder 100.00%
Cast Votes: 85.27%
District Judge, 140th Judicial District, Vote For 1
REP Jim Bob Darnell 100.00%
Cast Votes: 82.82%
Judge, County Court at Law #1 (Unexpired Term), Vote For 1
REP Scott Morris 49.69%
REP Mark Hocker 50.31%
Cast Votes: 91.43%
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Sheriff, Vote For 1
REP Kelly S. Rowe 100.00%
Cast Votes: 83.81%
Tax Assessor-Collector, Vote For 1
REP Ronnie Keister 100.00%
Cast Votes: 81.70%
County Commissioner, Precinct 1, Vote For 1
REP Bill McCay 59.52%
REP Frank Morrison 40.48%
Cast Votes: 94.66%
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County Commissioner, Precinct 3, Vote For 1
REP Ysidro Gutierrez 100.00%
Cast Votes: 73.63%
Constable, Precinct 1, Vote For 1
REP Paul Hanna 52.72%
REP Jay A. McCormick 47.28%
Cast Votes: 77.72%
Constable, Precinct 2, Vote For 1
REP Joe Pinson 100.00%
Cast Votes: 78.62%
Constable, Precinct 3, Vote For 1
REP Ricky Wallace 100.00%
Cast Votes: 76.89%
Constable, Precinct 4, Vote For 1
REP Carroll Allen Thomas 100.00%
Cast Votes: 77.46%
Party Chair, Republican, Vote For 1
REP Carl H. Tepper 100.00%
Cast Votes: 77.63%
Republican Proposition #1: School Choice, Vote For 1
Yes 82.09%
No 17.91%
Cast Votes: 96.07%
Republican Proposition #2: Repealing Obamacare, Vote For 1
Yes 92.72%
No 7.28%
Cast Votes: 97.34%
Republican Proposition #3: Public Prayer, Vote For 1
Yes 91.39%
No 8.61%
Cast Votes: 97.54%
Republican Proposition #4: Balanced Budget / Combining Government Growth, Vote For 1
Yes 93.79%
No 6.21%
Cast Votes: 96.35%
Republican Proposition #5: Redistricting, Vote For 1
Yes 78.09%
No 21.91%
Cast Votes: 92.26%

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