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FINAL MONTGOMERY COUNTY VOTES ARE IN

Candidate

Graph

Early

Election

Total

Percent

President R

Ben Carson

1,259

2,070

3,329

3.67%

Carly Fiorina

62

40

102

0.11%

Mike Huckabee

55

62

117

0.13%

Rick Santorum

18

20

38

0.04%

Chris Christie

85

36

121

0.13%

Ted Cruz

19,709

24,088

43,797

48.31%

John R. Kasich

1,591

1,983

3,574

3.94%

Marco Rubio

6,329

7,069

13,398

14.78%

Donald J. Trump

11,256

12,894

24,150

26.64%

Jeb Bush

744

131

875

0.97%

Rand Paul

79

110

189

0.21%

Lindsey Graham

13

10

23

0.03%

Elizabeth Gray

10

4

14

0.02%

Uncommitted

659

280

939

1.04%

United States Representative, District 8 R

Andre Dean

1,290

1,374

2,664

3.11%

Steve Toth

18,378

18,183

36,561

42.65%

Kevin Brady

19,067

23,921

42,988

50.14%

Craig McMichael

1,581

1,935

3,516

4.10%

Railroad Commissioner R

Doug Jeffrey

1,742

3,119

4,861

6.83%

Lance N. Christian

2,018

3,310

5,328

7.48%

Wayne Christian

8,905

9,948

18,853

26.48%

Gary Gates

11,711

9,413

21,124

29.67%

John Greytok

1,249

1,391

2,640

3.71%

Weston Martinez

6,300

5,351

11,651

16.37%

Ron Hale

2,567

4,164

6,731

9.46%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3 R

Michael Massengale

21,296

23,715

45,011

61.62%

Debra Lehrmann

13,756

14,285

28,041

38.38%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5 R

Paul Green

18,196

22,885

41,081

58.12%

Rick Green

15,679

13,926

29,605

41.88%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9 R

Joe Pool

8,876

13,627

22,503

31.05%

Eva Guzman

26,099

23,872

49,971

68.95%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2 R

Mary Lou Keel

16,244

17,785

34,029

49.48%

Ray Wheless

13,091

12,194

25,285

36.76%

Chris Oldner

3,765

5,697

9,462

13.76%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5 R

Scott Walker

9,318

13,971

23,289

33.89%

Sid Harle

12,579

9,237

21,816

31.75%

Brent Webster

7,149

6,809

13,958

20.31%

Steve Smith

3,922

5,732

9,654

14.05%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6 R

Richard Davis

8,839

13,622

22,461

33.39%

Michael E. Keasler

23,691

21,116

44,807

66.61%

Member, State Board of Education, District 8 R

Barbara Cargill

30,737

34,529

65,266

100.00%

State Senator, District 4 R

Brandon Creighton

25,909

29,604

55,513

100.00%

State Representative, District 3 R

Cecil Bell

7,882

9,526

17,408

100.00%

State Representative, District 15 R

Mark Keough

11,958

13,758

25,716

100.00%

State Representative, District 16 R

Will Metcalf

12,582

12,544

25,126

100.00%

Justice, 9th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 R

Charles A. Kreger

30,676

33,975

64,651

100.00%

District Judge, 9th Judicial District R

Phil Grant

16,110

16,415

32,525

44.80%

Eric Yollick

7,626

8,309

15,935

21.95%

Kate Shipman Bihm

11,627

12,518

24,145

33.26%

District Judge, 410th Judicial District R

Jennifer James Robin

15,247

14,311

29,558

43.37%

Chuck Meyer

5,938

8,885

14,823

21.75%

Kristin Bays

12,145

11,627

23,772

34.88%

District Judge, 418th Judicial District R

Tracy A. Gilbert

30,240

33,302

63,542

100.00%

District Judge, 435th Judicial District R

Thomas (Tom) Brewer III

4,988

7,107

12,095

17.31%

Mike Seiler

15,322

13,898

29,220

41.81%

Patty Maginnis

13,819

14,746

28,565

40.88%

District Attorney, 9th Judicial District R

Brett W. Ligon

31,139

33,992

65,131

100.00%

Judge, County Court At Law No. 5 R

Keith Mills Stewart

30,055

33,112

63,167

100.00%

County Attorney R

Gary F. Beauchamp

9,939

15,449

25,388

35.87%

J D Lambright

24,619

20,768

45,387

64.13%

Sheriff R

Rand Henderson

20,641

23,540

44,181

56.74%

Jim Napolitano

16,854

16,837

33,691

43.26%

County Tax Assessor-Collector R

Tammy J. McRae

31,938

35,530

67,468

100.00%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 1 R

Mike Meador

9,040

8,460

17,500

100.00%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 3 R

Jay Mac Sanders

2,436

3,067

5,503

27.18%

James Noack

7,340

7,403

14,743

72.82%

Constable, Precinct No. 1 R

Kim Franklin

871

889

1,760

10.11%

Sam Laird

773

931

1,704

9.79%

Ike Fluellen

2,488

1,748

4,236

24.33%

Billy Ballard

652

729

1,381

7.93%

Philip Cash

2,405

2,058

4,463

25.63%

Rusty Fincher

1,883

1,984

3,867

22.21%

Constable, Precinct No. 2 R

Gene DeForest

2,814

3,317

6,131

70.14%

James E. “Jimmy” Cox

559

919

1,478

16.91%

Billy Beavers

582

550

1,132

12.95%

Constable, Precinct No. 3 R

Ryan Gable

11,722

13,426

25,148

100.00%

Constable, Precinct No. 4 R

Kenneth Rowdy Hayden

3,868

4,517

8,385

85.20%

Tim Hayes

589

868

1,457

14.80%

Constable, Precinct No. 5 R

Brian Clack

1,925

2,167

4,092

33.31%

David Hill

3,560

3,881

7,441

60.56%

Logan D. Gatewood

342

411

753

6.13%

County Chairman R

Walter D. (Wally) Wilkerson, Jr.

29,409

32,650

62,059

100.00%

Precinct Chairman, Precinct No. 13 R

Brian Crumby

180

312

492

55.34%

Bryan E. Christ

162

235

397

44.66%

Precinct Chairman, Precinct No. 50 R

Reagan Reed

307

308

615

53.90%

Gary K. Henson

311

215

526

46.10%

Precinct Chairman, Precinct No. 63 R

James O. Schwartz

342

353

695

51.87%

Robin Walsh Dupuy

370

275

645

48.13%

Precinct Chairman, Precinct No. 69 R

John Wertz

207

217

424

54.08%

Pat Truesdale

139

221

360

45.92%

Precinct Chairman, Precinct No. 75 R

Larry A. Rogers

312

339

651

56.56%

Derle W. Lindner

216

284

500

43.44%

Proposition 1 REP

YES

27,316

31,009

58,325

71.06%

NO

11,086

12,672

23,758

28.94%

Proposition 2 REP

YES

25,339

29,129

54,468

64.87%

NO

13,937

15,556

29,493

35.13%

Proposition 3 REP

YES

32,255

35,947

68,202

82.94%

NO

6,438

7,592

14,030

17.06%

Proposition 4 REP

YES

37,209

41,876

79,085

95.28%

NO

1,746

2,169

3,915

4.72%

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  1. michelle227

    only only need to look at Seiler getting the majority of votes in that judicial race to see WHY an ill-informed electorate should be able to engage in partisan voting for judges…I am appalled to see that many low-information voters who just blindly vote for a name they recognize despite the candidate having withdrawn from the race and being forever ineligible to hold judicial office by virtue of the agreement they made to avoid prosecution for violations of the law committed (allegedly) while in office.

    Votes in other races prove a similar point that there are too many people voting who don’t have the first clue about issues or candidates.

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