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Comal County Posts Unofficial Election Results to votecomal.com

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Comal County Posts Unofficial Election Results to votecomal.com

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Unofficial results for the Nov. 3 General Election were posted to votecomal.com.

Republicans won handily in Comal County on Election Day.

These are the unofficial election results posted on Comal County’s website at 9:49 p.m. Nov. 3. They are county, not statewide or national results:

President and Vice President

Republican Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence: 60,412 or 70.77%
Democrat Joseph R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris: 23,729 or 27.80%

U.S. Senator

Republican. John Cornyn: 61,228 or 72.20%
Democrat Mary “MJ” Hegar: 21,578 or 25.45%

U.S. Representative District No. 21

Repubican Chip Roy: 50,630 or 74.23%
Democrat Wendy R. Davis: 16,063 or 23.55%
Libertarian Arthur Dibianca: 1,067 or 1.56%
Green Tommy Wakely: 451 or 0.66%

U.S. Representative District No. 35

Republican Jenny Garcia Sharon: 9,381 or 58.68%
Democrat Lloyd Doggett: 5,889 or 36.83%
Libertarian Mark Loewe 454 or 2.84%
Independent Jason Mata Sr.: 264 or 1.65%

Railroad Commissioner

Republican James “Jim” Wright: 59,902 or 71.40%
Democrat Chrysta Castaneda: 21,212 or 25.28%
Libertarian Matt Sterett: 1,961 or 2.34%
Green: Katja “Kat” Gruene: 821 or 0.98%

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Republican Nathan Hecht: 60,287 or 71.79%
Democrat Amy Clark Meachum: 21,576 or 25.69%
Libertarian Mark Ash: 2,112 or 2.52%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place No. 6 Unexpired Term

Republican Jane Bland: 62,133 or 74.24%
Democrat Kathy Cheng: 21,557 or 25.76%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place No. 7

Republican Jeff Boyd: 60,475 or 72.19%
Democrat Staci Williams: 21,249 or 25.36%
Libertarian William Bryan Strange III: 2,049 or 2.45%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place No. 8

Republican Bert Richardson: 61,493 or 73.66%
Democrat Elizabeth Davis Frizell: 21,984 or 26.34%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place No. 4

Republican Kevin Patrick Yeary: 61,775 or 74.13%
Democrat Tina Clinton: 21,557 or 25.87%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place No. 9

Republican David Newell: 61,913 or 74.42%
Democrat Brandon Birmingham: 21,286 or 25.58%

Member State Board of Education, District No. 5

Republican Lani Popp: 59,546 or 71.52%
Democrat Rebecca Bell-Metereau: 20,828 or 25.01%
Libertarian Stephanie Berlin: 2,889 or 3.47%

State Representative, District No. 73

Republican Kyle Biedermann: 60,975 or 73.55%
Democrat Stephanie Phillips: 21,926 or 26.45%

Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District

Republican Jeff Rose: 61,080 or 74.03%
Democrat Darlene Byrne: 21,427 or 25.97%

District Judge, 22nd Judicial District

Republican R. Bruce Boyer: 69,079 or 100%

County Court at Law No. 2

Republican Charles A. Stephens II: 68,409 or 100%

County Court at Law No. 3

Republican Deborah Linnartz Wigington: 68,417 or 100%

Sheriff

Republican Mark Reynolds: 69,011 or 100%

County Tax Assessor-Collector

Republican Kristen H. Hoyt: 68,536 or 100%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 1

Republican Donna Eccleston: 16,880 or 75.71%
Democrat Lindsay Poisel: 4,716 or 21.15%
Libertarian Ivan Foster: 701 or 3.14%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 3

Republican Kevin Webb: 8,293 or 62.24%
Democrat Colette Nies: 5,032 or 37.76%

Constable, Precinct No. 1

Republican Charlie Motz: 18,975 or 100%

Constable, Precinct No. 1

Republican Mark Cheatum: 20,491 or 100%

Constable, Precinct No. 3

Republican Craig Ackerman: 10,108 or 100%

Constable, Precinct No. 4

Republican Shane Rapp: 18,842 or 100%

 

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