2018 Republican Primary Election Results For Hays County

2018 Primary Election Results

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49 OUT OF 49 PRECINCTS FOR HAYS COUNTY


U.S.  SENATOR
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Geraldine Sam 19
154
152 325
Bruce Jacobson, Jr. 60 360
276
696
Ted Cruz Incumbent 822 4,462
4,043 9,237
Stefano de Stefano 10 176
154 340
Mary Miller 70  569 453 1,092

U.S.  REPRESENTATIVE  DISTRICT  21
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Al M. Poteet 3
23
30
56
Eric Burkhart 5
29
35
69
William Negley 56
110
121
287
Autry J. Pruitt 4
11
13
28
Mauro Garza 1
18
36
55
Susan Narvaiz 32 232
267
531
Peggy Wardlaw 4
22
32
58
Robert Stovall 5
38
40
83
Chip Roy 59
311
347 717
Francisco “Quico” Canseco 3 14
21
38
Samuel Temple 2
24
13
39
Foster Hagen 0
5
6
11
Jason Isaac 125
605
507
1,237
Matt McCall 14
88
93
195
Ryan Krause 3
18
21
42
Ivan Andarza 0
0
1
1
Jenifer Sarver 8
58
58
124
Anthony J. White 2
8
14
24

U.S.  Representative,  District  25
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Roger Williams 434
2,802
2,081
5,317

U.S.  Representative,  District  35
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Sherrill Kenneth (SK) Alexander 57
376
474
907
David Smalling 82
447
464 993

TEXAS  GOVERNOR
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
SECEDE Kilgore
15
131
104
250
Barbara Krueger 61
710
561
1,332
Greg Abbott Incumbent 911
4,933
4,418
10,262

TEXAS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Dan Patrick Incumbent
790
4,200
3,782
8,772
Scott Milder 183
1,584
1,292
3,059

TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Ken Paxton Incumbent 869
4,924
4,442 10,235

TEXAS COMPTROLLER
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Glenn Hegar Incumbent 865
4,975
4,421
10,261

COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Davey Edwards
69
460
413
942
George P. Bush Incumbent 513
2,804
2,530
5,847
Rick Range 54
300
284
638
Jerry Patterson 302
1,974
1,596
3,872

TEXAS COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Trey Blocker 246
1,430
1,212 2,888
Jim Hogan 204
1,195
1,084 2,483
Sid Miller Incumbent 454
2,515
2,207
5,176

TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Weston Martinez 212
1,345
1,325
2,882
Christi Craddick Incumbent 673
3,760
3,205
7,638

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 2
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Jimmy Blacklock 814
4,645
4,190
9,549

JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 4
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
John Devine 817
4,641
4,206
9,664

TEXAS JUSTICE, SUPREME COURT, PLACE 6
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Jeff Brown 820
4,654
4,183 9,657

PRESIDING JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Sharon Keller
442
2,620
2,350
5,412
David Bridges 407
2,259
1,962
4,628

JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 7
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Barbara Parker Hervey 802
4,501
4,064 9,367

JUDGE, COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS PLACE 8
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Dib Waldrip 177
1,186
985
2,348
Michelle Slaughter 348
2,293
2,080
4,721
Jay Brandon 296
1,290
1,147
2,733

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 25
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Donna Campbell Incumbent 612
3,585
2,990 7,187
Shannon K. McClendon 225
1,551
1,182 2,958

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 45
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Austin Talley 58
354
369 781
Naomi Narvaiz 61
514
546 1,121
Amy Akers 46
295
243
584
Ken Strange 577
3,257
2,584
6,418
Amber Pearce 204
1,225
1,145
2,574

CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 2
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Cynthia Olson Bourland 797
4,550
4,096
9,443

CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 3
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Scott Field 809
4,532
4,084
9,425

CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 5
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
David Puryear 809
4,578
4,131
9,518

CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS DISTRICT, PLACE 6
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Kristofer Monson 101
449
396
946
Jennifer S. Freel 126
1,025 850
2,001
Donna Davidson 224
1,479
1,295
2,998
Michael “Mike” Toth 392
1,800
1,682
3,874

DISTRICT JUDGE, 207TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Jack Robison Incumbent 808
4,460
4,035
9,303

TEXAS DISTRICT JUDGE, 274TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Gary L. Steel 804
4,501
4,058
9353

DISTRICT JUDGE, 428TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Bill Henry Incumbent 747
4,101
3,319
8,167
Benjamin Wetmore 155
1,005
1,050
2,210

HAYS COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Wes Mau Incumbent 815
4,580
4,087
9,482

HAYS COUNTY JUDGE
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Will Conley 852
4,845
4,221
9,918

JUDGE, COUNTY COURT-AT-LAW NO.1
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Robert Earl Updegrove Incumbent 800
4,533
4,050
9,383

JUDGE, COUNTY COURT-AT-LAW NO. 2
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
David S. Glickler Incumbent
243
2,073
1,812
4,128
Chris Johnson 660
3,055
2,591
6,306

HAYS COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Beverly Cowan Crumley Incumbent 815
4,631
4,114
9,560

HAYS COUNTY CLERK
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Liz Q. Gonzalez Incumbent 806
4,597
4,090
9,493

HAYS COUNTY TREASURER
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Britney Bolton Richey 803
4,578
4,084
9,465

HAYS COUNTY SURVEYOR
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Kelly R. Kilber 802
4,503
4,044
9,349

HAYS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 2
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Mark Jones Incumbent 202
1,007
1,131
2,340

HAYS COUNTY COMMISSIONER
PRECINCT 3 UNEXPIRED TERM

CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Lon A. Shell 225
1,286
729
2,240
Colin McFerrin 150
941
593
1,684


HAYS COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 4
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Jimmy Skipton 104
736
695
1,535
Walt Smith 145
1,027
997
2,169

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 2
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
James H. Kohler
93
606
685
1,384

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 3
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Andrew W. Cable
225
1,418
675
2,318

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PCT. 4
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Robert Avera
60
486
397
943
John Burns 87
730
613
1,430
William “Bill” D. Davis 35
212
210
457
Jason Carter 25
149
140
314

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PCT. 5
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Karen Marshall 145
572
756
1,473

HAYS COUNTY CHAIR
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Griffin Spell
352
1,929
1,835
4,116
Russell Hayter Incumbent 440
2,711
2,236
5,387

HAYS COUNTY PRECINCT CHAIR, PRECINCT 113
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Ben Kvanli
6
24
25
55
Jeffrey Narvaiz Incumbent 4
24
17
45

HAYS COUNTY PRECINCT CHAIR, PRECINCT 232
CANDIDATE ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
Pat T. W. Chisholm
18
44
66
128
Derek D. Marshall 21
42
71
134


PROPOSITION 1
Texas should replace the property tax system with an appropriate consumption tax equivalent.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR 632
3,726
3,238
7,596

PROPOSITION 1
Texas should replace the property tax system with an appropriate consumption tax equivalent.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
290  1,729 1,552 3,571

PROPOSITION 2
No governmental entity should ever construct or fund construction of toll roads without voter approval.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
875 4,974  4,510 10,359

PROPOSITION 2
No governmental entity should ever construct or fund construction of toll roads without voter approval.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
79 692 517 1,288

PROPOSITION 3
Republicans in the Texas House should select their Speaker nominee by secret ballot in a binding caucus without Democrat influence.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
861 4,394 3,984 9,239

PROPOSITION 3
Republicans in the Texas House should select their Speaker nominee by secret ballot in a binding caucus without Democrat influence.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
80 1,167 932 2,179

PROPOSITION 4

Texas should require employers to screen new hires through the free E-Verify system to protect jobs for legal workers.

 ABSENTEEEARLY ELECTIONTOTALFOR
8814,8294,2549,964

PROPOSITION 4
Texas should require employers to screen new hires through the free E-Verify system to protect jobs for legal workers.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
68 798 696 1,562

PROPOSITION 5

Texas families should be empowered to choose from public, private, charter, or homeschool options for their children’s education, using tax credits or exemptions without government constraints or intrusion.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
771 4,363
4,093
9,227

PROPOSITION 5

Texas families should be empowered to choose from public, private, charter, or homeschool options for their children’s education, using tax credits or exemptions without government constraints or intrusion.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
176 1,321 933 2,430

PROPOSITION 6

Texas should protect the privacy and safety of women and children in spaces such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers in all Texas schools and government buildings.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
869 4,631
3,727
9,227

PROPOSITION 6

Texas should protect the privacy and safety of women and children in spaces such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers in all Texas schools and government buildings.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
86 1,042
776 1,904

PROPOSITION 7

I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
613 3,317
3,159
7,089

PROPOSITION 7

I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
329 2,269 1,810 4,408

PROPOSITION 8

Vote fraud should be a felony in Texas to help ensure fair elections.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
934 5,199
4,652
10,785

PROPOSITION 8

Vote fraud should be a felony in Texas to help ensure fair elections.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
34 496
402
932

PROPOSITION 9

Texas demands that Congress completely repeal Obamacare.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
821 4,660
4,209 9,690

PROPOSITION 9

Texas demands that Congress completely repeal Obamacare.

AGAINST ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
124 1,018 800 1,942

PROPOSITION 10

To slow the growth of property taxes, yearly revenue increases should be capped at 4%, with increases in excess of 4% requiring voter approval.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR 937 5,195 4,643 10,775

PROPOSITION 10
To slow the growth of property taxes, yearly revenue increases should be capped at 4%, with increases in excess of 4% requiring voter approval.
ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST
24 420 317 761


PROPOSITION 11

Tax dollars should not be used to fund the building of stadiums for professional or semi-professional sports teams.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
FOR
895 4,939 4,408 10,242

PROPOSITION 11

Tax dollars should not be used to fund the building of stadiums for professional or semi-professional sports teams.

ABSENTEE EARLY ELECTION TOTAL
AGAINST 65 751
610
1,426

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