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Republican Primary Ellis County election results

RACE NAME PARTY EARLY VOTES PERCENT TOTAL VOTES PERCENT
President/Vice-President
Michele Bachmann REP 49 0.74% 124 0.91%
John Davis REP 269 4.10% 270 1.98%
Newt Gingrich REP 268 4.08% 555 4.07%
Jon Huntsman REP 23 0.35% 41 0.30%
Ron Paul REP 614 9.36% 1,578 11.59%
Charles “Buddy” Roemer REP 10 0.15% 17 0.12%
Mitt Romney REP 4,490 68.47% 9,087 66.75%
Rick Santorum REP 565 8.61% 1,378 10.12%
Uncommitted REP 269 4.10% 563 4.13%
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Total Votes Cast 6,557 13,613
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.94% 85,383 Registered Voters
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U. S. Senator
Glenn Addison REP 154 2.49% 294 2.23%
Joe Agris REP 11 0.17% 27 0.20%
Curt Cleaver REP 17 0.27% 43 0.32%
Ted Cruz REP 1,315 21.28% 3,634 27.62%
David Dewhurst REP 2,362 38.23% 4,761 36.19%
Ben Gambini REP 15 0.24% 38 0.28%
Craig James REP 354 5.73% 655 4.97%
Tom Leppert REP 1,870 30.26% 3,545 26.94%
Lela Pittenger REP 80 1.29% 157 1.19%
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Total Votes Cast 6,178 13,154
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.40% 85,383 Registered Voters
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U. S. Representative District 6
Joe L. Barton – Incumbent REP 3,591 58.15% 7,824 59.73%
Joe Chow REP 967 15.65% 2,183 16.66%
Itamar Gelbman REP 432 6.99% 889 6.78%
Frank C. Kuchar REP 1,185 19.19% 2,202 16.81%
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Total Votes Cast 6,175 13,098
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
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Railroad Commissioner
Becky Berger REP 737 14.52% 1,561 14.48%
Beryl Burgess REP 283 5.57% 658 6.10%
Warren Chisum REP 1,367 26.94% 2,770 25.70%
Joe Cotten REP 777 15.31% 1,633 15.15%
Christi Craddick REP 1,574 31.02% 3,240 30.06%
Roland Sledge REP 336 6.62% 915 8.49%
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Total Votes Cast 5,074 10,777
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 12.62% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Railroad Commissioner – Unexpired Term
Al Lee REP 319 6.41% 682 6.50%
Elizabeth Murray-Kolb REP 1,019 20.47% 2,156 20.55%
Greg Parker REP 1,730 34.76% 3,654 34.84%
Barry Smitherman – Incumbent REP 1,908 38.34% 3,995 38.09%
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Total Votes Cast 4,976 10,487
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 12.28% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2
Steve Smith REP 2,031 39.43% 4,242 39.19%
Don Willett – Incumbent REP 3,119 60.56% 6,582 60.80%
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Total Votes Cast 5,150 10,824
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 12.67% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4
John Devine REP 1,071 21.47% 2,072 19.68%
David Medina REP 1,587 31.82% 3,511 33.35%
Joe Pool, Jr. REP 2,329 46.70% 4,942 46.95%
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Total Votes Cast 4,987 10,525
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 12.32% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6
Nathan Hecht – Incumbent REP 4,358 100.00% 9,201 100.00%
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Total Votes Cast 4,358 9,201
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 10.77% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals
Sharon Keller – Incumbent REP 4,357 100.00% 9,189 100.00%
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Total Votes Cast 4,357 9,189
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 10.76% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 7
Barbara Parker Hervey – Incumbent REP 4,340 100.00% 9,169 100.00%
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Total Votes Cast 4,340 9,169
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 10.73% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8
Elsa Alcala – Incumbent REP 4,263 100.00% 8,989 100.00%
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Total Votes Cast 4,263 8,989
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 10.52% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Member, State Board of Education, District 14
Gail Lowe REP 1,795 38.05% 3,710 36.94%
Sue Melton REP 2,922 61.94% 6,332 63.05%
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Total Votes Cast 4,717 10,042
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
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State Representative District 10
Linda Bounds REP 732 11.66% 1,545 11.69%
T.J. Fabby REP 1,537 24.48% 3,620 27.39%
Matthew D. Melton REP 143 2.27% 354 2.67%
Jim Pitts REP 3,865 61.57% 7,696 58.23%
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Total Votes Cast 6,277 13,215
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
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Chief Justice, 10th Court of Appeals District
Tom Gray – Incumbent REP 2,866 57.50% 5,923 56.80%
Steve Smith REP 2,118 42.49% 4,503 43.19%
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Total Votes Cast 4,984 10,426
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
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Prop 1 Allows parents the freedom to choose their child’s school
IN FAVOR REP 5,199 84.45% 11,039 84.49%
AGAINST REP 957 15.54% 2,026 15.50%
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Total Votes Cast 6,156 13,065
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.30% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Prop 2 Repeal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
IN FAVOR REP 5,951 94.47% 12,578 94.31%
AGAINST REP 348 5.52% 758 5.68%
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Total Votes Cast 6,299 13,336
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.61% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Prop 3 Prohibited from restricting public prayer
IN FAVOR REP 5,864 92.57% 12,389 92.55%
AGAINST REP 470 7.42% 996 7.44%
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Total Votes Cast 6,334 13,385
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.67% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Prop 4 Limiting any increase in government spending
IN FAVOR REP 5,966 95.83% 12,673 95.99%
AGAINST REP 259 4.16% 529 4.00%
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Total Votes Cast 6,225 13,202
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 15.46% 85,383 Registered Voters
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Prop 5 Redraw Congress and State legislative districts in session
IN FAVOR REP 4,285 73.18% 9,085 73.53%
AGAINST REP 1,570 26.81% 3,269 26.46%
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Total Votes Cast 5,855 12,354
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 2
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%
* County Turnout 14.46% 85,383 Registered Voters
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President, Congressional District 6
Michele Bachmann REP 49 0.74% 124 0.91%
John Davis REP 269 4.10% 270 1.98%
Newt Gingrich REP 268 4.08% 555 4.07%
Jon Huntsman REP 23 0.35% 41 0.30%
Ron Paul REP 614 9.36% 1,578 11.59%
Charles “Buddy” Roemer REP 10 0.15% 17 0.12%
Mitt Romney REP 4,490 68.47% 9,087 66.75%
Rick Santorum REP 565 8.61% 1,378 10.12%
Uncommitted REP 269 4.10% 563 4.13%
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Total Votes Cast 6,557 13,613
Precincts Reported 39 of 39 Precincts 100.00%

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