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Kerr County posts cumulative results for Absentee and Early Voting for 2022 Primary Elections

todayMarch 1, 2022

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Cumulative totals after 12 of 20 precincts:

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5- Republican Party: Scott Walker: 54.55%; Clint Morgan: 45,45%

Justice Supreme Court, Place 9-Republican Party: David J. Schenck: 54.26%; Evan Young: 45.74%

State Senator, District No. 24-Republican Party: Lamar Lewis: 21.&0%; Pete Flores: 35.53%; Raul Reyes: 42.77%

State Rep., District No. 53-Republican Party: Andrew S. Murr: 60.50%; Wesley Virdell: 39.50%

Kerr County District Clerk: Francisco Frank Galvan: 36.54%; Dawn Lantz: 63.46%

Kerr County Commissioner, Precinct No. 2-Republican Party: Sonya Hooten: 31.71%; Jack Pratt: 12.85%; John Sheffield: 3.82%; Rich Paces: 33.91%; Stan Kubenka: 17.72%

After four precincts have been counted, along with Absentee and Early Voting:

Kerr County Commissioner, Precinct No. @-Republican Party: Sonya Hooten: 31.11%; Jack Pratt: 12.99%; John Sheffield: 4.03%; Rich Paces: 32.99%; Stan Kubenka: 12.86%

Kerr County District Clerk-Republican Party: Francisco Frank Galvan: 34.78%; Dawn LLantz: 65.22%

 

Kerr County officials released the cumulative results for both Absentee and Early Voting at roughly 7:35 p.m.

Kerr County Commissioner, Precinct 2-Republican Party: Sonya Hooten: 31.09%; Jack Pratt: 13.7%; John Sheffield: 3.72%; Rich Paces: 32.92%; Stan Kubenka: 19.20%

Kerr County District Clerk: Francisco Frank Galvan: 34.51%; Dawn Lantz: 65.49%

State Rep., District No. 53-Republican Party: Andrew S. Murr: 60.30%; Wesley Virdell: 39.70%

State Senator, District No. 24-Republican Party: Lamar Lewis: 21.89%; Pete Flores: 34.21%; Raul Reyes: 43.90%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5-Republican Party: Scott Walker: 55.37%; Clint Morgan: 44.63%

 

 

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