Somervell County Texas SOS Election Results Midterm Election 2014


 

Somervell County Texas SOS Election Results Midterm Election 2014
 


4 November 2014 at 9:36:52 PM
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John Cornyn- (R) Senator) 

Roger Williams (R) SD 25

Greg Abbott (R) Governor)

Dan Patrick (R) Lt Governor

Ken Paxton (R) Atty General

Glen Hagar (R) Comptroller

George P Bush (R) Land Commissioner

Sid Miller (R) Agriculture Commissioner

Ryan Sitton (R) Railroad Commissioner

Nathan Hecht (R) Chief Justice Supreme Court

Jeff Brown (R) Place 6 Supreme Court

Jeff Boyd (R) Place 7 Supreme Court

Phil Johnson (R) Place 8 Supreme Court

Bert Richardson  (R) Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3

Kevin Yeary (R) Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4

David Newell (R) Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9

Prop 1 PASSED 

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Office of the Secretary of State

2014 General Election

Election Night Returns

 

for SOMERVELL COUNTY

11/5/2014 8:14:20 AM

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RACE NAME   PARTY EARLY VOTES PERCENT TOTAL VOTES PERCENT
U. S. Senator        
  John Cornyn - Incumbent REP 866 81.85% 1,841 83.22%
  David M. Alameel DEM 161 15.21% 300 13.56%
  Rebecca Paddock LIB 23 2.17% 52 2.35%
  Emily "Spicybrown" Sanchez GRN 7 0.66% 18 0.81%
  Mohammed Tahiro W-I 1 0.09% 1 0.04%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,058   2,212  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   38.07%   5,809 Registered Voters
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U. S. Representative District 25        
  Roger Williams - Incumbent REP 873 83.38% 1,843 84.34%
  Marco Montoya DEM 155 14.80% 305 13.95%
  John Betz LIB 19 1.81% 37 1.69%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,047   2,185  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
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Governor        
  Greg Abbott REP 845 78.89% 1,796 80.10%
  Wendy R. Davis DEM 204 19.04% 403 17.97%
  Kathie Glass LIB 12 1.12% 27 1.20%
  Brandon Parmer GRN 9 0.84% 14 0.62%
  Sarah M. Pavitt W-I 1 0.09% 2 0.08%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,071   2,242  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   38.59%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Lieutenant Governor        
  Dan Patrick REP 852 80.00% 1,786 80.59%
  Leticia Van de Putte DEM 177 16.61% 357 16.11%
  Robert D. Butler LIB 31 2.91% 61 2.75%
  Chandrakantha Courtney GRN 5 0.46% 12 0.54%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,065   2,216  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   38.14%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Attorney General        
  Ken Paxton REP 844 79.62% 1,782 80.81%
  Sam Houston DEM 199 18.77% 379 17.18%
  Jamie Balagia LIB 14 1.32% 36 1.63%
  Jamar Osborne GRN 3 0.28% 8 0.36%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,060   2,205  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   37.95%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Comptroller of Public Accounts        
  Glenn Hegar REP 824 78.85% 1,746 80.31%
  Mike Collier DEM 187 17.89% 350 16.09%
  Ben Sanders LIB 25 2.39% 58 2.66%
  Deb Shafto GRN 9 0.86% 20 0.91%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,045   2,174  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   37.42%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Commissioner of the General Land Office        
  George P. Bush REP 864 81.89% 1,820 82.46%
  John Cook DEM 159 15.07% 313 14.18%
  Justin Knight LIB 24 2.27% 54 2.44%
  Valerie Alessi GRN 8 0.75% 20 0.90%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,055   2,207  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   37.99%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Commissioner of Agriculture        
  Sid Miller REP 832 78.71% 1,765 79.93%
  Jim Hogan DEM 192 18.16% 363 16.44%
  David (Rocky) Palmquist LIB 20 1.89% 53 2.40%
  Kenneth Kendrick GRN 13 1.22% 27 1.22%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,057   2,208  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   38.00%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Railroad Commissioner        
  Ryan Sitton REP 824 78.92% 1,729 79.89%
  Steve Brown DEM 182 17.43% 336 15.52%
  Mark A. Miller LIB 31 2.96% 75 3.46%
  Martina Salinas GRN 7 0.67% 24 1.10%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,044   2,164  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   37.25%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Chief Justice, Supreme Court        
  Nathan Hecht - Incumbent REP 835 80.67% 1,742 81.06%
  William Moody DEM 182 17.58% 349 16.24%
  Tom Oxford LIB 18 1.73% 58 2.69%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,035   2,149  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   36.99%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 - Unexpired Term        
  Jeff Brown - Incumbent REP 830 80.66% 1,753 81.80%
  Lawrence Edward Meyers DEM 174 16.90% 324 15.11%
  Mark Ash LIB 25 2.42% 66 3.07%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,029   2,143  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   36.89%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7        
  Jeff Boyd - Incumbent REP 833 80.95% 1,738 81.02%
  Gina Benavides DEM 163 15.84% 329 15.33%
  Don Fulton LIB 25 2.42% 62 2.89%
  Charles E. Waterbury GRN 8 0.77% 16 0.74%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,029   2,145  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   36.92%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8        
  Phil Johnson - Incumbent REP 853 89.13% 1,801 89.82%
  RS Roberto Koelsch LIB 52 5.43% 115 5.73%
  Jim Chisolm GRN 52 5.43% 89 4.43%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   957   2,005  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   34.51%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3        
  Bert Richardson REP 821 80.56% 1,731 81.34%
  John Granberg DEM 168 16.48% 322 15.13%
  Mark W. Bennett LIB 30 2.94% 75 3.52%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   1,019   2,128  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   36.63%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4        
  Kevin Patrick Yeary REP 825 85.58% 1,739 86.47%
  Quanah Parker LIB 106 10.99% 212 10.54%
  Judith Sanders-Castro GRN 33 3.42% 60 2.98%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   964   2,011  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   34.61%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9        
  David Newell REP 843 88.36% 1,786 89.56%
  William Bryan Strange, III LIB 72 7.54% 142 7.12%
  George Joseph Altgelt GRN 39 4.08% 66 3.30%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   954   1,994  
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   34.32%   5,809 Registered Voters
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Prop 1 Use and dedication of money transferred to the state highway fund        
  IN FAVOR   712 84.76% 1,418 82.53%
  AGAINST   128 15.23% 300 17.46%
        -----------   -----------  
    Total Votes Cast   840   1,718    
    Early Provisional Ballots Reported   0      
    Total Provisional Ballots Reported       6  
    Precincts Reported   5 of 5 Precincts 100.00%
  * County Turnout   29.57%   5,809 Registered Voters

 


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