Unofficial March 6th Primary Results

The unofficial Harris County (Houston, Texas) Republican and Democratic Party March 6, 2018 primary results are in with 1,012 precincts (100%) reporting. For a look at the winners and those facing runoff elections before the November 6, 2018 Mid-Term Election, visit http://www.harrisvotes.com. Click on “Election Results” and then your party’s primary.

For primary results in Fort Bend County, visit http://www.FortBendvotes.com. Click on “Election Results” and then your party’s primary.

Here’s a look at some of the Republican and Democratic Party primary races in Harris County:

In the Republican Primary….

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz faced 4 challengers, Geraldine Sam, Stefano de Stefano, Mary Miller and Bruce Jacobson, Jr. Senator Cruz won with 87.15% of the vote.

In the U.S. Representative District 2 race, Kevin Roberts received 33.02%; Dan Crenshaw 27.4% and Kathleen Wall 27.09% of the vote. Roberts and Crenshaw will be in a runoff.

In the U.S. Representative, District 7 race, John Culberson received 76.10%; Edward Ziegler 23.90% of the vote.

In the U.S. Representative, District 10 race, Michael T. McCaul received 81.10%, John W. Cook 18.90% of the vote.

In the U.S. Representative, District 22 race, Pete Olson received 80.54%, Danny Nguyen 12.37%, James Green 5.43% and Eric Zmrhal 1.66% of the vote.

In the U.S. Representative District 29 race, Phillip Aronoff received 38.62%, Carmen Maria Montiel 23.59%, Jaimy Z. Blanco 21.05% and Robert Schafranek 16.75% of the vote. Aronoff and Montiel will be in a runoff.

Republicans Ava Reynero Pate, (District 18) Kevin Brady (District 8) and Brian Babin (District 36) were unopposed in their Congressional races.

Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott received 90.09%, Barbara Krueger 8.52% and SECEDE Kilgore 1.39% of the vote.

Republican Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick received 81.45%; Scott Milder 18.55% of the vote.

Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton ran unopposed.

In the Commissioner of the General Land Office race, Republicans George P. Bush received 53.74%, Jerry Patterson 39.04%, Davey Edwards 4.56% and Rick Range 2.66% of the vote.

In the State Senator District 17 race, incumbent Joan Huffman received 76.84% of the vote. Kristin Tassin had 23.16& of the vote.

In the State Representative race, District 134, incumbent Sarah Davis received 56.30%, Susanna Dokupil 43.70% of the vote.

Republican State Representative District 147 Thomas Wang ran unopposed.

In County Civil Court Judges races, Erin Swanson won against incumbent Theresa Chang. Sophia Mafrige won against David Tang.

In the Republican Precinct 0055 Chairman race, Robert W. Von Dohlen received 54.55%, Danny Zeng 45.45% of the vote.

Over 50%-90% of Republican voters voted “Yes” to all 11 of their party’s propositions in Harris County.
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In the Democratic Party Primary…

In the United States Senator race, Democrat Beto O’Rourke received 59.09%, Sema Hernandez 21.39% and Edward Kimbrough 19.52% of the vote. O’Rourke will face Republican Ted Cruz in November.

In the United States Representative District 2 race, Todd Litton received 52.85%, J. Darnell Jones 22.06%, Silky Malik 9.69%, H.P. Parvizian 7.9 % and Ali A. Khorasani 7.51% of the vote. Litton faces the winner of the Republican runoff in November.

In the United States Representative, District 7 race, Lizzie Pannill Fletcher received 29.33%, Laura Moser 24.35%, Jason Westin 19.18%, Alex Triantaphyllis 15.73%, Ivan Sanchez 5.7 %, Joshua A. Butler 3.75% and James Cargas 1.96% of the vote. Fletcher and Moser will be in a Democratic runoff.

Democrats Steven David (Distric 8) and Al Green (District 9) were unopposed in their Congressional races.

In the United States Representative, District 10 race, Tawana Walter-Cadien received 25.49%, Tami Walker 23.41%, Madeline K. Eden 20.52%, Mike Siegel 17.85%, Matt Harris 7.01%, Kevin Nelson 4.4% and Richie DeGrow 1.31% of the vote. Walter-Cadien and Walker will be in a Democratic runoff.

In the United States Representative, District 18 race, incumbent Sheila Jackson Lee received 85.3%, Richard Johnson 14.7% of the vote. Lee faces Republican Pate in the November.

In United States Representative, District 22 race, Sri Preston Kulkami received 27.88%, Letitia Plummer 20.10%, Margarita Ruiz Johnson 19.49%, Steve Brown 17.68% and Mark Gibson 14.85% of the vote. Kulkami and Plummer will be in a Democratic runoff.

In United States Representative, District 29 race, State Senator Sylvia R. Garcia received 63.22%, Tahar Javed 20.70%, Roel Garcia 6.60%, Hector Morales 3.05%, Augustine H. Reyes 2.84%, Dominique Michelle Garcia 2.56% and Pedro Valencia 1.04% of the vote.

In the United States Representative, District 36 race, Dayna Steele received 77.59%. Jon Powell 22.41% of the vote.

In the Democrat Governor’s race, Andrew White received 51.56%, Lupe Valdez 20.97%, Cedric Davis, Sr. 11.23%, Grady Yarbrough 5.00%, Adrian Ocegueda 3.85%, Jeffrey Payne 3.60%, Tom Wakely 1.96%, James Jolly Clark 1.04% and Joe Mumbach 0.79% of the vote. White faces Republican incumbent Governor Greg Abbott in November.

In the Democrat Lieutenant Governor’s race, Mike Collier received 50.72%, Michael Cooper 49.28% of the vote.

In the Democrat Attorney General’s race, Justin Nelson ran unopposed. Nelson will face Republican Ken Paxton in November.

In the Democrat Comptroller of Public Accounts, Joi Chevalier received 53.82%, Tim Mahoney 46.18% of the vote. Chevalier’s opponent is Republican Glenn Hegar in November.

In the Democrat Commissioner of the General Land Office, Miguel Suazo received 67.66%, Tex Morgan 32.34% of the vote. Suazo will face Republican George P. Bush in November.

Democrat Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6–Kathy Cheng ran unopposed.

In the District Judge, 185th Judicial District, Jason Luong received 50.48%, Brennen Dunn 49.52% of the vote.

In the Democratic Precinct 0148 Chairman race, Lauren A. Bass received 58.82%, Amanda Li Chang 41.18% of the vote.

The Democratic Party’s 12 propositions received over 90% “FOR” votes in Harris County.

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For those following the Fort Bend County Judge, County Court at Law, No. 3 race:

Republicans Jennifer C. Chiang received 20.31%, Tricia Krenek 37.31% and Harold Kennedy 42.38% of the vote.

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