Leecock Wins Primary Runoff for Seat on Commissioners Court

Doug Leecock campaigns at Hidden Valley Sports Park on May 11.

Canyon Lake resident Doug Leecock prevailed in Tuesday’s Republican primary runoff election for Precinct 1 Comal County commissioner.

He beat Joyce Yannuzzi, district director for state Sen. Donna Campbell, by 908 votes.

The final tally was 1,928 to 1,020 votes.

He faces Democrat Julie Sanders in the Nov. 4 general election.

On Facebook, Yannuzzi thanked supporters and congratulated Leecock on his victory.

“I am confident he will do a fine job as commissioner and I ask for everyone to get behind him to ensure the court stays red,” she said.

In other Comal County races:

Republican Primary Runoff

U.S. Representative, District 35
Michael Rodriguez 148
Steven Wright 191

Member, State Board of Education, District 10
Tom Maynard 2,895
Mary Bone 2,577

Democratic Primary Runoff
Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District, Place 2
Edward Smith 116
Maggie Ellis 877

Voter turnout was low. Only 4.79% of the county’s 138,512 registered voters participated in the election. Residents cast 6,630 ballots.



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  1. Thank you, Stephanie Johnson~

    I appreciate your journalism style.

    I’m very concerned about Comal County’s registered voters’ apathy in elections that affect them directly.

    Just wanted to remind you that a few of us ‘readers’ are still out here!

    Best, Concerned Voter

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