Texas primary election results

Parmer County

Republican

President

  • Mitt Romney — 640
  • Ron Paul — 49
  • John Davis — 2
  • Charles "Buddy" Roemer — 0
  • Rick Santorum — 54
  • Newt Gingrich — 34
  • Michele Bachmann — 7
  • Jon Huntsman — 0
  • Uncommitted — 22

U.S. senator

  • David Dewhurst — 446
  • Curt Cleaver — 7
  • Joe Agris — 4
  • Lela Pittenger — 6
  • Ben Gambini — 2
  • Glenn Addison — 11
  • Tom Leppert — 53
  • Ted Cruz — 253
  • Craig James — 16

U.S. Representative, District 19

  • Chris Winn — 149
  • Randy Neugebauer — 646

Railroad commissioner

  • Becky Berger — 94
  • Roland Sledge — 30
  • Warren Chisum — 403
  • Joe Cotten — 26
  • Beryl Burgess — 9
  • Christi Craddick — 154

Railroad commissioner, unexpired term

  • Al Lee — 72
  • Elizabeth Murray-Kolb — 116
  • Greg Parker — 189
  • Barry Smitherman — 249

Justice, supreme court, place 2

  • Steve Smith — 364
  • Don Willett — 232

Justice, supreme court, place 4

  • John Devine — 248
  • David Medina — 174
  • Joe Pool, Jr. — 180

Justice, supreme court, place 6

  • Nathan Hecht — 597

Presiding judge, court of criminal appeals

  • Sharon Keller — 596

Judge, court of criminal appeals, place 7

  • Barbara Parker Hervey — 577

Judge, court of criminal appeals, place 8

  • Elsa Alcala — 565

Member, state board of education, district 15

  • Anette Carlisle — 377
  • Marty Rowler — 242

State senator, district 31

  • Kel Seliger — 636
  • Randy Rives — 131

State representative, district 86

  • John Smithee — 663

District attorney, 287th judicial district

  • Kathryn Gurley — 702

County attorney

  • Jeff Actkinson — 710

County sheriff

  • Randy Geries — 730

County tax assessor-collector

  • Bobbie Pierson — 724

County commissioner, precinct no. 1

  • Kirk Frye — 203

County commissioner, precinct no. 3

  • Michael Haseloff — 40
  • Kenny White — 219
  • Ronald Byrd — 122
  • Harrol Redwine — 18

County Chairman

  • Floyd Reeve — 672

Party referendum

School choice

The state should fund education by allowing dollars to follow the child instead of bureaucracy, through a program which allows parents to choose their child's school, public or private, while also saving significant taxpayer dollars.

  • Yes — 601
  • No — 158

Repealing Obamacare

Congress should immediately repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as Obamacare) and reject the rationing of healthcare by government or the intrusion by government into the doctor-patient relationship.

  • Yes — 756
  • No — 35

Public prayer

Government should be prohibited from restricting the content of public prayer.

  • Yes — 750
  • No — 46

Balanced budget and controlling government growth

Out of control spending should be stopped at all levels of federal and state government through constitutional amendments limiting any increase of government spending to the combined increase of population and inflation, requiring voter approval.

  • Yes — 763
  • No — 26

Redistricting

The Texas Legislature should redraw the court-imposed lines for Congress and state legislative districts in its upcoming session in order to remedy inequities.

  • Yes — 520
  • No — 197

Democrat

President

  • Bob Ely — 0
  • Barack Obama — 16
  • Darcy G. Richardson — 4
  • John Wolfe — 2

U.S. senator

  • Addie Dainell Allen — 1
  • Sean Hubbard — 6
  • Paul Sadler — 4
  • Grady Yarbrough — 10

Railroad commissioner

  • Dale Henry — 21

Justice, supreme court, place 6

  • Michele Petty — 21

Presiding judge, court of criminal appeals

  • Keith Hampton — 20

Member, state board of education, district 15

  • Steven D. Schafersman — 20

County Chairman

  • Robert White — 19

Party referendum

Proposition one

Any graduate of a Texas high school who has lived in the state for at least three years and lived here continuously for the last year, should be eligible for in-state tuition at state supported colleges and universities and given the opportunity to earn legal status through a higher education or military service.

  • For — 17
  • Against — 5

Proposition two

Because a college education is increasingly necessary for jobs that allow our citizens to achieve middle class lifestyles and become the entrepreneurs who create the jobs that our economy relies on, we call on the Texas Legislature to fund colleges and universities such that tuition and fees can be affordable to all Texans.

  • For — 22
  • Against — 1

Proposition three

Should the Texas legislature allow people of Texas to vote to legalize casino gambling with all funds generated being used only for education.

  • For — 16
  • Against — 6

Bailey County

Republican

President

  • Ron Paul — 58
  • Newt Gingrich — 45
  • John Davis — 9
  • Mitt Romney — 506
  • Charles "Buddy" Roemer — 1
  • Jon Huntsman — 2
  • Michele Bachmann — 4
  • Rick Santorum — 47
  • Uncommitted — 36

U.S. senator

  • Tom Leppert — 48
  • Curt Cleaver — 3
  • Ben Gambini — 3
  • Craig James — 30
  • Ted Cruz — 207
  • David Dewhurst — 371
  • Glenn Addison — 12
  • Lela Pittenger — 7
  • Joe Agris — 3

U.S. Representative, District 19

  • Chris Winn — 129
  • Randy Neugebauer — 570

Railroad commissioner

  • Becky Berger — 43
  • Roland Sledge — 14
  • Warren Chisum — 341
  • Joe Cotten — 37
  • Beryl Burgess — 43
  • Christi Craddick — 168

Railroad commissioner, unexpired term

  • Al Lee — 34
  • Elizabeth Murray-Kolb — 74
  • Greg Parker — 189
  • Barry Smitherman — 224

Justice, supreme court, place 2

  • Steve Smith — 315
  • Don Willett — 196

Justice, supreme court, place 4

  • John Devine — 202
  • David Medina — 212
  • Joe Pool, Jr. — 112

Justice, supreme court, place 6

  • Nathan Hecht — 470

Presiding judge, court of criminal appeals

  • Sharon Keller — 484

Judge, court of criminal appeals, place 7

  • Barbara Parker Hervey — 476

Judge, court of criminal appeals, place 8

  • Elsa Alcala — 447

Commissioner, precinct one

  • Floyd J. "Butch" Vandiver — 187

Commissioner, precinct three

  • Charles Wagoner — 100

Member, state board of education, district 15

  • Anette Carlisle — 220
  • Marty Rowler — 288

State senator, district 31

  • Kel Seliger — 453
  • Randy Rives — 148

State representative, district 88

  • Jim Landtroop — 377
  • Ken King — 191
  • Gary Walker — 91
  • Mac Smith — 33

Sheriff

  • Richard Bradley Wills — 557
  • Terry Snell — 154

Party referendum

School choice

The state should fund education by allowing dollars to follow the child instead of bureaucracy, through a program which allows parents to choose their child's school, public or private, while also saving significant taxpayer dollars.

  • Yes — 545
  • No — 128

Repealing Obamacare

Congress should immediately repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as Obamacare) and reject the rationing of healthcare by government or the intrusion by government into the doctor-patient relationship.

  • Yes — 544
  • No — 47

Public prayer

Government should be prohibited from restricting the content of public prayer.

  • Yes — 647
  • No — 54

Balanced budget and controlling government growth

Out of control spending should be stopped at all levels of federal and state government through constitutional amendments limiting any increase of government spending to the combined increase of population and inflation, requiring voter approval.

  • Yes — 655
  • No — 34

Redistricting

The Texas Legislature should redraw the court-imposed lines for Congress and state legislative districts in its upcoming session in order to remedy inequities.

  • Yes — 464
  • No — 159

Democrat

President

  • Bob Ely — 2
  • Barack Obama — 25
  • Darcy G. Richardson — 2
  • John Wolfe — 3

U.S. senator

  • Addie Dainell Allen — 3
  • Sean Hubbard — 1
  • Paul Sadler — 11
  • Grady Yarbrough — 10

Railroad commissioner

  • Dale Henry — 25

Justice, supreme court, place 6

  • Michele Petty — 23

Presiding judge, court of criminal appeals

  • Keith Hampton — 21

Commissioner precinct three

  • Joey Kindle — 7

Sheriff

  • Joe Baldarrama — 19

Party referendum

Proposition one

Any graduate of a Texas high school who has lived in the state for at least three years and lived here continuously for the last year, should be eligible for in-state tuition at state supported colleges and universities and given the opportunity to earn legal status through a higher education or military service.

  • For — 27
  • Against — 3

Proposition two

Because a college education is increasingly necessary for jobs that allow our citizens to achieve middle class lifestyles and become the entrepreneurs who create the jobs that our economy relies on, we call on the Texas Legislature to fund colleges and universities such that tuition and fees can be affordable to all Texans.

  • For — 30
  • Against — 0

Proposition three

Should the Texas legislature allow people of Texas to vote to legalize casino gambling with all funds generated being used only for education.

  • For — 13
  • Against — 15

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