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Results of 2014 Primary Elections
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 • Posted March 12, 2014

Voters in Republican Primary - 1226

Voters in Democratic Primary - 74

District Judge, 452nd Jud. Dist. - Republican

Robert R. "Rob" Hofmann - 1118

Bruce L. James - 69

Incumbent Rob Hofmann won the district vote 2459 to 953

District Attorney, 452nd Jud. Dist. - Republican

Tonya Spaeth Ahlschwede - 797

Shain V. H. Chapman - 418

Incumbent Tonya Ahlschwede won the district vote 2298 to 1275

State Representative, District 53 - Republican

Andrew S. Murr - 714

Karen Harris - 169

Rob Henneke - 147

Andrew Murr and Rob Henneke will be in the runoff

United States Senator - Republican

John Cornyn - 702

Steve Stockman - 193

Dwayne Stovali - 81

The incumbent, John Cornyn, won the statewide vote.

United States Senator - Democrat

David M. Alameel - 21

Maxey Marie Scherr - 19

Kesha Rogers - 12

David Alameel and Kesha Rogers will be in the runoff.

US Representative, District 11 - Republican

Mike Conaway - 819

Wade Brown - 272

Incumbent Mike Conaway won the statewide vote

Texas Governor - Republican

Greg Abbott - 1,000

Lisa Fritsch - 54

Greg Abbott won the statewide vote.

Texas Governor - Democrat

Wendy R. Davis - 63

Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal - 10

Wendy Davis won the statewide vote

Lieutenant Governor - Republican

David Dewhurst - 495

Dan Patrick - 272

Todd Staples - 209

Incumbent David Dewhurst and Dan Patrick will be in the runoff.

Attorney General - Republican

Dan Branch - 427

Ken Paxton - 316

Dan Branch and Ken Paxton will be in the runoff

Comptroller of Public Accounts - Republican

Harvey Hilderbran - 624

Glenn Hegar - 290

Glenn Hegar won the statewide vote with 50% of the total.

Commissioner of Agriculture - Republican

Sid Miller - 273

Tommy Merritt - 232

J. Allen Carnes - 219

Sid Miller and Tommy Merritt will meet in the runoff.

Commissioner of Agriculture - Democrat

Jim Hogan - 29

Richard "Kinky" Friedman - 23

Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III - 9

Jim Hogan and Kinky Friedman will meet in the runoff.

Mason County Republican and Democratic voters voted for all resolutions on their respective ballots, as did statewide voters.

The runoff elections will be held on May 27, 2014.

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