2014 MARCH PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

2014 MARCH PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

Posted: Updated:

In the statewide races, the Associated Press is projecting that Republican candidate Greg Abbott will be facing Democrat Wendy Davis in November for the governor's seat.

AP is also predicting that Dan Patrick will challenge Lieutenant Governor in a run-off election for the GOP candidacy for that position.

Voting totals are final in the counties of Angelina, Nacogdoches and Polk and some large-profile races have been determined.

In Angelina County Amy Fincher won the county clerk race by a wide margin, beating Crystal Brent and Dickey Dickson.

"It really did surprise me. I was expecting a run off so I was surprised by the numbers," Fincher said. "I'm very excited about it and I'm glad  that the voters made the right choice."

In Nacogdoches County, Mike Perry avoided a run-off, winning the Republican nomination outright over Donna Finley and Max McCormack.

In Angelina County, Joe Lee Register pulled off 400-vote win over Todd Kassaw for the County Court-at-Law Republican nomination.

"I'm just amazed and blessed by so many friends and supporters. It was a great race. Mr. Kassaw was a great opponent," Register said. "He actually put up a great battle in this matter and it was closer than I really liked but it finally came out our way and this is what we prayed for and wanted and I'm going to do the best I can for the people of Angelina County."

In Polk County, William Hon held off a challenge by Elizabeth Coker to retain the district attorney seat.

Elsewhere at the county level, there was a close race in Shelby County, where the judge's race, which was won by a margin of one vote. Former county clerk Allison Harbison received 1,629 votes, one vote more than incumbent Rick Campbell's 1,628.No Democrat filed for the county judge race in Shelby County.

ANGELINA COUNTY

County Court-at-Law, No. 1

Republican Party

42 of 42 precincts

Todd Kassaw - 4,193

Joe Lee Register - 4,541

Position vacated by Robert Inselmann. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County Clerk

Republican Party

42 of 42 precincts

Crystal Brent - 2,045

Amy Fincher - 5,349

Dickey Dickson - 959

Position vacated by Jo Ann Chastain. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County Commissioner, Pct. 1

Republican Party

11 of 11 precincts

Kyle Looney - 503

Greg Harrison - 1,299

Steve Allen (I) - 870

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Harrison and Allen will face off in a runoff. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County Commission, Pct. 4

Republican Party

14 of 14 precincts

Bobby Cheshire - 1,084

Scott Cooper (I) - 923

Bill Brown - 596

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Cheshire and Cooper will face off in a runoff. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY

County Judge

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Donna Finley - 1,462

Max McCormack - 1,267

Mike Perry - 3,187

Position vacated by Joe English. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County Clerk

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Dona Niosi Bass - 1,930

June Clifton 3,506

Position vacated by Carol Wilson. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Commissioner, Pct. 2

Democratic Party

Final vote totals

Sandy McCorvey -218

James Montoya - 76

Winner faces Republican nominee.

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Charles (Kilowatt) Thomson (I) - 355

Jerry D. Stone - 397

Winner faces Democratic nominee.

Commissioner, Pct. 4

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Elton Milstead (I) - 810

Chris Borel - 158

Bob Clawson - 153

Darren Cook - 521

Winner will have no Democratic opponent. Milstead and Cook will face each other in the run-off.

POLK COUNTY

District Attorney

Final vote totals

Elizabeth Coker - 1,957

William Lee Hon (I) - 3,909

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County-Court-At-Law Judge

Final vote totals

John Wells - 1,778

Pamela Walker - 1,082

Tom Brown - 2,056

Position vacated by Stephen Phlllips. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

District Clerk

Final vote totals

Kathy E. Clifton (I) - 4,566

Tammy S. Barker - 1,005

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4

Final vote totals

Lisa Ellis Sloan - 497

Jamie Richardson-Jones - 937

Paul Finney - 247

Position vacated by Steven B. McEntyre. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

SABINE COUNTY

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1

 Final vote totals

Republican Party

Roger Gay - 590

Jeff Cox (I) - 357

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2

Final vote totals

Republican Party

Vicky Armstrong - 273

James Brasher (I) - 463

Christina Miller - 74

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY

Commissioner, Pct. 4

Final vote totals

Steve Bryan - 138

Joe Hanks - 49

Jim Fowler - 39

David McEarchern - 138

Bryan and McEarchern to face-off in runoff. Position vacated by Rodney Ainsworth. Winner will have not Democratic opponent.

SHELBY COUNTY

County Judge

Final vote totals

Republican Party

Allison Harbison - 1,629

Rick L. Campbell (I) 1,628

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

County Treasurer

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Ann Blackwell - 1,725

Joan Rodgers (I) 1400

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Commissioner, Pct. 4

Democratic Party

Final vote totals

Howard Sparks - 128

Bradley Allen (I) - 216

Winner will have no Republican opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1

Republican Party

Final vote totals

William Eddins - 274

Melissa Crouch - 819

Barbara Scales - 519

Winner faces Democratic incumbent Maxie Eaves.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2

Republican Party

Final vote totals

Marla Denby - 359      

Mark E. Swift - 199

Position vacated by O.B. Furlow. Winner faces Democrat Jerry Powell.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4

Democratic Party

Final vote totals

Shonda Clifton - 42

Jenny L. Hicks - 79

Position vacated by Larry Dude Jones. Winner will have no Republican opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 5

Republican Party

Final vote totals

T.L. Williams - 115

Mike Crouch - 168

Winner faces Democratic incumbent Jim L. Powers.

TRINITY COUNTY

Commissoner, Pct. 2

Republican Party

21 of 21 precincts

Rich Chamberlin (I) - 346

Mike Loftin - 287

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Commissioner, Pct. 4

Republican party

21 of 21 precincts

Jimmy Brown (I) - 506

Charlie Carson - 105

Sherwood Forrest - 179

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1

Republican Party

21 of 21 precincts

Danny Martin - 187

Joe W. Thompson - 51

Ralph E. Lane - 90

Merkel "Dean" Johnson - 33

Loretta Jernigan Andrews - 33

Sharon Bullion - 70

Position vacated by Randy Barrett. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2

Republican Party

21 of 21 precincts

Bernie Beard (I) - 315

Lyle Stubbs 343

Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3

Republican Party

21 of 21 precincts

Sheran Casey - 270

Hayne Huffman - 307

Position vacated by Bobby Nichols. Winner will have no Democratic opponent.

STATE RACES

US Senator

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Dwayne Stovall - 68.770

John Cornyn (I) - 436,575

Ken Cope - 23,718

Linda Vega - 25,188

Curt Cleaver - 6,302

Steve Stockman - 120,663

Reid Reasor 10,718

Chris Mapp - 12,755

Democratic Primary

8,742 of 8,745 precincts

David M. Alameel - 137,990

Kesha Rogers - 59,718

Michael "Fjet" Fjetland - 12,926

Harry Kim - 25,075

Maxey Maxie Sherr - 48,173

Governor

Republican Primary

8.825 of 8,829 precincts

Greg Abbott - 654,976

SECEDE Kilgore - 9,136

Miriam Martinez - 18,148

Lisa Fritsch - 29,444

Democratic Primary

8,742 of 8,745 precincts

Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal - 65.761

Wendy R. Davis - 238,375

Lt. Governor

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Jerry Patterson - 90,820

David Dewhurst (I) - 195,460

Dan Patrick - 309,669

Todd Staples - 119,291

Winner faces Leticia Van de Putte in November election

Attorney General

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Dan Branch - 220,116

Ken Paxton - 294,198

Barry Smitherman - 168,411

Position vacated by Greg Abbott. Winner faces Sam Houston in Democratic Primary.

State Comptroller

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Glenn Hegar - 322,327

Debra Medina - 121,678

Raul Torres - 28,785

Harvey Hilderbran - 184,905

Position vacated by Susan Combs. Winner faces Mike Collier in Democratic Primary.

Land Commissioner

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

George P. Bush - 513,852

David Watts - 170,892

Position vacated by Jerry Patterson. Winner faces John Cook in Democratic Primary.

Agriculture Commissioner

Republican Primary 

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Tommy Merritt - 132,854

Joe Cotten - 91,363

Sid Miller - 243,621

J. Allen Carnes - 78,629

Eric Opiela - 92,248

Democratic Primary

7,562 of 8,745 precincts

Richard "Kinky" Friedman - 99,333

Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III - 64,886

Jim Hogan - 108,430

Position vacated by Todd Staples.

Railroad Commissioner

Republican Primary

8,825 of 8,829 precincts

Becky Berger - 103,713

Malachi Boyuls - 63,287

Ryan Sitton - 209,925

Wayne Christian - 260,994

Democratic Primary

8,742 of 8,745 precincts

Dale Henry - 95,126

Steve Brown - 165,888

Position vacated by David Porter.

State Represenative District 11

Republican Primary

66 of 66 precincts

Travis Clardy (I) 7,087

Tony Sevilla 1,128


Powered by WorldNow
KTRE logo

KTRE

358 TV Road,
Pollok TX 75969

FCC Public File
publicfile@ktre.com
936-853-8639
EEO Report
Closed Captioning

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Worldnow and KTRE. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.