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Texas primary election results

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The 2018 Texas Primary Elections ended on March 6 after the last poll in El Paso closed at 8 p.m. Early voting ran from Feb. 20 to March 2 statewide. The following are the results for Bowie County offices and statewide offices that represent Bowie County.

Bowie County Offices

County Court At Law Judge

Craig Henry, 4,419

Cary Rochelle, 3,156

Commissioner, Precinct 2

Tom Whitten (incumbent), 2,188

Kenneth Zachary, 555

Commissioner, Precinct 4

Mike Carter (incumbent), 1,750

Robert Lorance, 837

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2

Todd Fore, 2,268*

Lonnie Johnson, 1,286

Mike Lusk, 1,509*

*Neither Fore or Lusk have over 50% of the vote so they will head to a runoff.

Statewide Offices (** Denotes Incumbent)

U.S. Senate- Democratic Primary

Beto O’Rouke 641,324 61.8%

Sema Hernandez 246,308 23.7%

Edward Kimbrough 150,147 14.5%

U.S. Senate- Republican Primary

Ted Cruz** 1,317,450 85.3%

Mary Miller 246,308 23.7%

Bruce Jacobson 64,570 4.2%

Stefano de Stefano 44,318 2.9%

Geraldine Sam 22,832 1.5%

U.S. House (District Four)- Democratic Primary

Catherine Krantz 8,995 68.6%

Lander Bethel 4,109 31.4%

U.S. House (District Four)- Republican Primary

John Ratcliffe 63,105 85.5%

John Cooper 10,699 14.5%

Governor- Democratic Primary

Lupe Valdez 436,659 42.9%*

Andrew White 278,704 27.4%*

Cedric Davis 83,936 8.2%

Grady Yarbrough 54,655 5.4%

Jeffrey Payne 48,406 4.8%

Adrian Ocegueda 44,425 4.4%

Tom Wakely 34,889 3.4%

James Clark 21,945 2.2%

Joe Mumbach 13,921 1.4%

*Neither Valdez or White have over 50% of the vote so they will head to a runoff.

Governor- Republican Primary

Greg Abbott 1,392,294 90.4%

Barbara Krueger 127,524 8.3%

Larry S. Kilgore 20,478 1.3%

Lieutenant Governor- Democratic Primary

Mike Collier 501,772 52.4%

Michael Cooper 456,319 47.6%

Lieutenant Governor- Democratic Primary

Mike Collier 501,772 52.4%

Michael Cooper 456,319 47.6%

Lieutenant Governor- Republican Primary

Dan Patrick 1,168,293 76.0%

Scott Milder 367,946 24.0%

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