The Early Voting Numbers Are in for the Primary Run-offs

Early returns put Perri, Oliver neck and neck

The Early Voting Numbers Are in for the Primary Run-offs

The Office of the Secretary of State has released early voting tallies for the March primary run-offs.

Democratic Primary

GOVERNOR
Lupe Valdez…..113,148 / 50.2%
Andrew White…..112,311 / 49.8%

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 10
Mike Siegel…..6,022 / 72.4%
Tawana Walter-Cadien…..2,296 / 27.6%

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 21
Joseph Kopser…..8,077 / 60%
Mary Wilson…..5,374 / 40%

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 25
Julie Oliver…..5,641 / 49.2%
Chris Perri…..5,815 / 50.8%

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 31
M.J. Hegar…..4,970 / 61.8%
Christine Eady Mann…..3,078 / 38.2%

HOUSE DISTRICT 46
Sheryl Cole…..2,783 / 53.8%
Chito Vela…..2,391 / 46.2%

HOUSE DISTRICT 47
Elaina Fowler…..1,620 / 39.6%
Vikki Goodwin…..2,476 / 60.5%

459th JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT* (as reported by Travis County Clerk)
Maya Guerra Gamble…..12,656 / 52.2%
Aurora Martinez Jones…..11,594 / 47.8%

Republican Primary

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 21
Matt McCall……9,298 / 48.9%
Chip Roy……9,726 / 51.1%

THIRD COURT OF APPEALS, PLACE 6
Donna Davidson…..12,544 / 47%
Mike Toth…..14,118 / 53%

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Primary Election 2018, March 2018 Election, Sheryl Cole, Chito Vela, Chris Perri, Julie Oliver, Lupe Valdez, Andrew White, Mike Siegel Tawana Walter-Cadien, Mary Wilson, Joseph Kopser, M.J. Hegar, Christine Eady Mann, Elaina Fowler, Vikki Goodwin, Maya Guerra Gamble, Aurora Martinez Jones, November 2018 Election

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