Statewide Republican primary results

Statewide Republican primary results
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Statewide Elections

  1. United States Senator
  2. Governor
  3. Lieutenant Governor
  4. Attorney General
  5. Comptroller of Public Accounts
  6. Commissioner of the General Land Office
  7. Commissioner of Agriculture
  8. Railroad Commissioner
  9. Chief Justice, Supreme Court
  10. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Unexpired Term
  11. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
  12. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8
  13. Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
  14. Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
  15. Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9

 

Propositions

  1. Proposition No. 1 - Religious Freedom
  2. Proposition No. 2 - Second Amendment
  3. Proposition No. 3 - Franchise Tax
  4. Proposition No. 4 - Welfare Reform
  5. Proposition No. 5 - No Lawmaker Exceptions
  6. Proposition No. 6 - Obamacare

 

 

 


Statewide Elections


United States Senator

Candidate Votes Percentage
John Cornyn 778,912 59.44%
Steve Stockman 250,746 19.13%
Reid Reasor 20,552 1.56%
Ken Cope 34,006 2.59%
Dwayne Stovall 140,403 10.71%
Chris Mapp 23,230 1.77%
Curt Cleaver 12,351  0.94%
Linda Vega 50,063 3.82%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Governor

Candidate Votes Percentage
SECEDE Kilgore 19,021 1.42%
Lisa Fritsch 58,742 4.40%
Miriam Martinez 35,416 2.65%
Greg Abbott 1,219,831 91.50%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Lieutenant Governor

Candidate Votes Percentage
Todd Staples 235,972 17.76%
Dan Patrick 550,742 41.45%
Jerry Patterson 165,777 12.47%
David Dewhurst 376,164 28.31%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Attorney General

Candidate Votes Percentage
Dan Branch 426,561 33.49%
Barry Smitherman 281,050 22.06%
Ken Paxton 566,080 44.44%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Comptroller of Public Accounts

Candidate Votes Percentage
Raul Torres 57,240 4.68%
Harvey Hilderbran 317,703 26.01%
Glenn Hegar 610,493 49.99%
Debra Medina 235,699 19.30%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Candidate Votes Percentage
George P. Bush 934,501 73.00%
David Watts 345,550 26.99%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Commissioner of Agriculture

Candidate Votes Percentage
J. Allen Carnes 147,599 12.44%
Sid Miller 410,273 34.58%
Joe Cotton 173,380 14.61%
Eric Opiella 206,383 17.39%
Tommy Merritt 248,568 20.95%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Railroad Commissioner

Candidate Votes Percentage
Malachi Boyuls 117,117 9.96%
Becky Berger 197,791  16.82%
Wayne Christian 501,789 42.68%
Ryan Sitton 358,817 30.52%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Candidate Votes Percentage
Nathan Hecht 707,664 60.48%
Robert Talton 462,247 39.51%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Jeff Brown 820,558 71.91%
Joe Pool 320,532 28.08%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Candidate Votes Percentage
Jeff Boyd 998,124 100.00%
     
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829 

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

Candidate Votes Percentage
Sharon McCally 410,843 35.97%
Phil Johnson 731,247 64.02%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

Candidate Votes Percentage
Bert Richardson 666,572 60.38%
Barbara Walther 437,374 39.61%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

Candidate Votes Percentage
Kevin Patrick Yeary 598,203 54.68%
Jani Jo Wood 189,835 17.35%
Richard Dean Davis 305,960 27.96%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9

Candidate Votes Percentage
W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall 520,693 47.72%
David Newell 570,319 52.27%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

Propositions


RELIGIOUS FREEDOM - Texans should be free to express their religioius beliefs, including prayer, in public places.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,311,272 97.24%
Against 37,114 2.75%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

SECOND AMENDMENT - Texas should support Second Amendment liberties by expanding locations where concealed handgun license-holders may legally carry.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,160,553   86.92%
Against 174,587 13.07%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

FRANCHISE TAX - Texas should abolish the state franchise tax, also known as the margins tax, to encourage business growth.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,152,446 88.47%
Against 150,124 11.52%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

WELFARE REFORM - Texas recipients of taxpayer-funded public assistance should be subject to random drug testing as a condition of receiving benefits.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,280,757  94.90%
Against 68,726 5.09%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829 

NO LAWMAKER EXCEPTIONS - All elected officials and their staff should be subject to the same laws, rules, regulations, and ordinances as their constituents.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,344,150  99.36%
Against 8,582  0.63%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829

OBAMACARE - The Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," should be repealed.

  Votes Percentage
For 1,253,837  93.00%
Against 94,304 6.99%
  Precincts Reporting 8,825 of 8,829