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Statewide Democratic primary results

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Statewide elections results for the Republican primary can be found following this link.   

 

Statewide Elections

  1. United States Senator
  2. Governor
  3. Lieutenant Governor
  4. Attorney General
  5. Comptroller of Public Accounts
  6. Commissioner of the General Land Office
  7. Commissioner of Agriculture
  8. Railroad Commissioner
  9. Chief Justice, Supreme Court
  10. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Unexpired Term
  11. Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
  12. Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

 

Referendums

  1. On Immigration Reform
  2. A Living Wage for All Texans
  3. Medicaid Expansion
  4. On Non-discrimination Legislation

 

 

Statewide Elections


United States Senator

Candidate Votes Percentage
Maxey Marie Scherr 89,731 17.69%
Harry Kim 45,322 8.93%
Michael "Fjet" Fjetland 23,170  4.63%
Kesha Rogers 110,154 21.72%
David M. Alameel 238,599 47.06%
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Governor

Candidate Votes Percentage
Wendy R. Davis 432,025 79.05 %
Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal 114,455  20.94 %
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745 

Lieutenant Governor

Candidate Votes Percentage
Leticia Van de Putte UNOPPOSED 100%
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Attorney General

Candidate Votes Percentage
Sam Houston UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Comptroller of Public Accounts

Candidate Votes Percentage
Mike Collier UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Candidate Votes Percentage
John Cook UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Commissioner of Agriculture

Candidate Votes Percentage
Hugh Asa Fitzsimons II 114,945 23.45 %
Richard "Kinky" Friedman 184,971 37.74 %
Jim Hogan 190, 200 38.80 %
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745 

Railroad Commissioner

Candidate Votes Percentage
Dale Henry 168,108 36.07%
Steve Brown 297,873  63.92%
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Candidate Votes Percentage
William Moody UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Lawrence Edward Meyers UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Candidate Votes Percentage
Gina Benavides UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

Candidate Votes Percentage
John Granberg UNOPPOSED 100 %
     
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

Referendums


ON IMMIGRATION REFORM

The United States Congress must pass immigration reform; including an earned path to citizenship for those individuals contributing to the economy and the dependents of those individuals.

  Votes Percentage
For 477,541 86.46%
Against 74,741 13.53%
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

A LIVING WAGE FOR ALL TEXANS

Congress should pass legislation raising the federal minimum wage to at least 110% of the federal poverty level for a family of four without exception.

  Votes Percentage
For 498, 322 89.09%
Against 60, 974  10.90 %
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

MEDICAID EXPANSION

The governor and the Texas legislature should accept federal funds; as provided in the patient protection & Affordable Care Act of 2010; for the expansion of Medicaid to provide coverage to millions of uninsured and underinsured Texans.

  Votes Percentage
For 495,751  88.95%
Against 61,564  11.04%
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745

ON NON-DISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION

The Congress and the Texas Legislature should adopt legislation that expands protections against discriminations in employment, housing and public accommodations based upon sexual orientation and gender identity.

  Votes Percentage
For 488,114 88.11 %
Against 65,843 11.88 %
  Precincts Reporting 8,742 of 8,745
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