No Midterm Surprises in Comal County
There were no surprises in Tuesday’s midterm elections in heavily Republican Comal County.
Democratic challenger Dorothy Carroll failed to unseat Republican incumbent Jen Crownover, Comal County Commissioner, Pct. 4, who won with 78.26-percent of the vote.
Here’s an official tally from Comal County (and reelected) Clerk Bobbie Koepp. With 28 of 28 precincts reporting:
Bobbie Koepp (R-inc): 45,359 (75.2%)
Gloria Meehan (D): 14,987 (24.8%)
COMMISSIONER, PCT. 2:
Scott Haag (R-inc): 14,316 (98.3%)
Michael Zimmerman (write-in): 241 (1.7%)
COMMISSIONER, PCT. 4:
Jen Crownover (R-inc): 13,469 (78.3%)
Dorothy Carroll (D): 3,844 (21.7%)
STATE SENATOR, DIST. 25:
Donna Campbell (R-inc): 45,110 (74.0%)
Steven Kling (D): 15,869 (26.0%)
STATE REP, DIST. 73:
Kyle Biedermann (R-inc): 44,597 (73.4%)
Stephanie Phillips (D): 16,152 (26.6%)
U.S. REP, DIST. 21:
Chip Roy (R): 37,375 (74.8%)
Joseph Kopser (D): 11,797 (23.6%)
In a statement, Texas State Representative Kyle Biederman, R-73, thanked voters for embracing his conservative values.
“First, I thank God,” he said. “Without His strength we never could have made it through a tough primary and now the general election. Next, I thank my amazing wife, Barbi, who has always been by my side. I also thank the voters for embracing our conservative issue based campaign and recognizing my dedication to District 73. I am proud to continue to keep my promises and remain true to my word. Promises made, promises kept. It is my honor to continue to be your strong and independent voice, fighting for our shared conservative principles,”