Updated at 9:57 p.m.
Haag, who has represented Precinct 2 as a Comal County commissioner for two terms, was re-elected to the seat by a wide margin. He received 14,316 votes, totaling 98.34 percent.
“Of course I’m very happy,” Haag said. “I’m looking forward to serving another term. I appreciate all the people who supported me. I look forward to continue to working for the people of Precinct 2 as well as Comal County.”
Moving forward in his role, Haag said the court will focus on ongoing projects, such as the courthouse annex expansion and the construction of a new jail.
His opponent, Zimmerman, was a write-in candidate. He received 241, or 1.66 percent of votes.
Posted 8:37 p.m.
With 11,604 early votes totaling 98.16 percent, incumbent Scott Haag, a Republican, is leading the Comal County commissioner Precinct 2 race.
Mike Zimmerman, who was on the ballot as a write-in candidate, received 218 early votes, or 1.84 percent.
Election results are unofficial until canvassed.