2018 Primary Election Results


Following are the results of the 2018 Democratic Primary. Bold are winners going to November 6, 2018 General Election. Italics are top two going to May 22, 2018 Democratic Primary Run-off.

Office Sought Ballot Position Name Votes %
U.S. Senator 1 Sema Hernandez 246,313 23.7%
2 Edward Kimbrough 150,149 14.5%
3 Beto O’Rourke 641,337 61.8%
U.S. Representative District 3 1 Medrick Yhap 1,172 3.8%
2 Sam Johnson 8,943 28.7%
3 Lorie Burch 15,468 49.6%
4 Adam P. Bell 5,598 18.0%
U.S. Representative District 4 1 Lander Bethel 4,109 31.4%
2 Catherine Krantz 8,995 68.6%
U.S. Representative District 32 1 Colin Allred 15,442 38.5%
2 Todd Maternowski 945 2.4%
3 Brett Shipp 6,550 16.3%
4 Ron Marshall 1,301 3.2%
5 Lillian Salerno 7,343 18.3%
6 George Rodriguez 3,029 7.6%
7 Ed Meier 5,474 13.7%
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Governor 1 James Jolly Clark 21,945 2.2%
2 Andrew White 278,708 27.4%
3 Jeffrey Payne 48,407 4.8%
4 Cedric Davis, Sr. 83,938 8.2%
5 Joe Mumbach 13,921 1.4%
6 Adrian Ocegueda 44,825 4.4%
7 Tom Wakely 34,889 3.4%
8 Lupe Valdez 436,666 42.9%
9 Grady Yarbrough 54,660 5.4%
Lieutenant Governor 1 Michael Cooper 456,326 47.6%
2 Mike Collier 501,782 52.4%
Attorney
General
Justin Nelson 884,376 100%
Comptroller of Public Accounts 1 Joi Chevalier 484,321 51.9%
2 Tim Mahoney 449,729 48.1%
Commissioner of the General Land Office 1 Tex Morgan 283,180 30.0%
2 Miguel Suazo 660,752 70.0%
Commissioner of Agriculture Kim Olson 879,492 100%
Railroad Commissioner 1 Roman McAllen 537,234 58.5%
2 Chris Spellmon 381,051 41.5%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 Steven Kirkland 871,267 100%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 R.K. Sandill 864,749 100%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 Kathy Cheng 870,008 100%
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Maria T. (Terri) Jackson 874,556 100%
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 7 Ramona Franklin 868,161 100%
Member, State Board of Education, District 12 1 Laura Malone-Miller 19,426 26.3%
2 Suzanne Smith 35,460 48.1%
3 Tina Green 18,883 25.6%
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State Senator, District 8 1 Brian Chaput 16,094 49.1%
2 Mark Phariss 16,689 50.9%
State Senator, District 30 Kevin Lopez 15,490 100%
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State Representative District 33 Laura Gunn 5,040 100%
State Representative District 66 Sharon Hirsch 6,583 100%
State Representative District 67 Sarah Depew 6,992 100%
State Representative District 70 Julie Luton 5,403 100%
State Representative District 89 Ray Ash 5,332 100%
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Chief Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District Robert Burns 129,128 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 Robbie Partida-Kipness 127,972 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 Erin Nowell 128,528 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 9 Bill Pedersen 127,376 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 10 Amanda Reichek 129,119 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 11 Cory Carlyle 127,373 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 12 Ken Molberg 128,735 100%
Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 13 Leslie Lester Osborne 128,932 100%
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County Judge Danyell Lanier 26,016 100%
District Clerk Karmin Kirschner 26,028 100%
County Clerk David Chevalier 25,902 100%
County Commissioner Pct.2 Tanner Do 6,276 100%
County Commissioner Pct.3 (unexpired term) David Azad 5,773 100%
County Commissioner Pct.4 Byron Bradford 7,047 100%
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Justice of the Peace Pct.1 Misty Irby 3,377 100%
Justice of the Peace Pct.2 Dian Engelman 1,984 100%
Justice of the Peace Pct.3 Place.2 Ramona Brumfield 13,987 100%
Justice of the Peace Pct.4 Carissa Picard 7,215 100%
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Collin County Democratic Party Chair 1 Mike Rawlins 20,665 66.4%
2 Stirling Morris 5,492 17.7%
3 Kunal Kapai 4,948 15.9%
Precinct Chair Pct 40 1 Dianne C. Mayo 92 65.7%
2 Curtis Allen 48 34.3%
Precinct Chair Pct 54 1 Susan Lavigne 155 89.6%
2 William W. Newbill 18 10.4%
Precinct Chair Pct 56 1 Scott Coleman 55 27.4%
2 Elizabeth Corsey 146 72.6%
Precinct Chair Pct 117 1 David F. Meisenzahl 30 14.6%
2 Sharon A. Stark 176 85.4%
Precinct Chair Pct 131 1 Marsha McCoy 111 48.5%
2 Steven Spainhouer 27 11.8%
3 Beatriz M. McKnight 91 39.7%
Precinct Chair Pct 167 1 Melanie Chevalier 163 60.6%
2 Lynn Wolfe 106 39.4%

2018 Democratic Primary Ballot Propositions

Yes No
Right to a 21st Century Public Education 1 Should everyone in Texas have the right to quality public education from pre-k to 12th grade, and affordable college and career training without the burden of crushing student loan debt? 561,994 23,806
Student Loan Debt 2 Should everyone in Texas have the right to refinance student loan debt with the Federal Reserve at a 0% interest rate, as relief for the crushing burden of debt and an investment in the next generation of Americans? 543,979 38,460
Right to Healthcare 3 Should everyone in Texas have a right to healthcare, guaranteed by a universal, quality Medicare-for-all system? 555,719 30,337
Right to Economic Security 4 Should everyone in Texas have the right to economic security, where all workers have earned paid family and sick leave and a living wage that respects their hard work? 558,640 24,270
National Jobs Program 5 Should the Democratic Party promote a national jobs program, with high wage and labor standards, to replace crumbling infrastructure and rebuild hurricane damaged areas, paid for with local, state, and federal bonds financed through the Federal Reserve at low interest with long term maturities? 536,599 38,311
Right to Clean Air, Safe Water, and a Healthy Environment 6 Should everyone in Texas have the right to clean air, safe water, and a healthy environment? 575,489 8,599
Right to Dignity & Respect 7 Should everyone in Texas have the right to a life of dignity and respect, free from discrimination and harassment anywhere, including businesses and public facilities, no matter how they identify, the color of their skin, who they love, socioeconomic status, or from where they come? 565,005 16,828
Right to Housing 8 Should everyone in Texas have the right to affordable and accessible housing and modern utilities including high speed internet, free from any form of discrimination? 530,515 46,370
Right to Vote 9 Should every eligible Texan have the right to vote, made easier by automatic voter registration, the option to vote by mail, a state election holiday, and no corporate campaign influence, foreign interference, or illegal gerrymandering? 550,423 29,961
Right to a Fair Criminal Justice System 10 Should everyone in Texas have the right to a fair criminal justice system that treats people equally and puts an end to the mass incarceration of young people of color for minor offenses? 560,695 19,114
Immigrant Rights 11 Should there be a just and fair comprehensive immigration reform solution that includes an earned path to citizenship for law-abiding immigrants and their children, keeps families together, protects DREAMers, and provides workforce solutions for businesses? 548,751 32,212
Right to Fair Taxation 12 Should everyone in Texas have the right to a fair tax system, where all interests (business, corporations, and individuals) pay their share, so that state government meets its obligations? 559,292 19,171