Run-off Roundup

2006 Primary Run-off Results

(Races of Austin-area interest)

DEMOCRAT

Statewide Turnout (based on Senate race): 207,450 (1.63% of registered voters)

STATEWIDE TRAVIS CO.

U.S. Senator

Gene Kelly 83,398 40.20% 640 7.84%

Barbara Ann Radnofsky 124,052 59.80% 7,520 92.16%

U.S. Representative District 10

Ted Ankrum 2,607 70.80% 1,779 68.61%

Paul Foreman 1,075 29.20% 814 31.39%

Lieutenant Governor

Maria Luisa Alvarado 117,950 57.60% 3,363 42.69%

Benjamin Z. Grant 86,838 42.40% 4,514 57.31%

State Representative District 47

Valinda Bolton -- -- 1,650 66.72%

Jason Earle -- -- 823 33.28%

REPUBLICAN

Statewide turnout (based on Court of Criminal Appeals race, 99.7% of precincts reporting): 165,948 (1.30% of registered voters)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8

Charles Holcomb - Incumbent 89,075 53.68% 2,051 20.64%

Terry Keel 76,873 46.32% 7,886 79.36%

Member, State Board of Education, District 5

Ken Mercer 12,308 61.34% 2,875 60.86%

Dan Montgomery - Incumbent 7,756 38.66% 1,849 39.14%

State Representative District 47

Alex Castano -- -- 2,154 44.70%

Bill Welch -- -- 2,665 55.30%

State Representative District 50

Jeff Fleece -- -- 1,334 53.15%

Don Zimmerman -- -- 1,176 46.85%

State Representative District 54

(Burnet Co., Lampasas Co., and part of Bell Co.)

Jimmie Don Aycock 3,041 57.87% -- --

Dale Hopkins 2,214 42.13% -- --

Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District, Place 3

Bill Davidson 11,591 38.28% 3,213 34.37%

Will Wilson 18,688 61.72% 6,136 65.63%

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