UPDATE: 11:40 p.m.

Guadalupe County has declared Greg Seidenberger the winner of the March primary election for county commissioner for Precinct 1. Seidenberger earned 4,351 votes, which accounts for 80.22% of the vote. Grumpy Azzoz earned 1,073 votes, which accounts for 19.78% of the vote.

Results are unofficial until canvassed.

UPDATE: 10:33 p.m.

With 32 of 34 precincts reporting, Greg Seidenberger has maintained his lead over opponent Grumpy Azzoz in the race for county commissioner for Precinct 1 in Guadalupe County.

Seidenberger has 4,346 votes, which accounts for 80.21% of the total, while Azzoz has 1,072 votes.

UPDATE: 9:50 p.m.

Greg Seidenberger holds the lead for the nomination with 3,992 votes, or 81.5%, and Grumpy Azzoz has 906 votes, or 18.5%.

UPDATE: 9:20 p.m.

With the first results from election day voters now counted, Greg Seidenberger has expanded his lead over Grumpy Azzoz with 3,257 votes, or 81.28%.

Grumpy Azzoz has 750 votes, or 18.72%, with 12 of Guadalupe County’s 34 precincts reporting.


The first return of early voting totals from Guadalupe County shows Greg Seidenberger has taken the lead for the county commissioner Precinct 1 contest.

Seidenberger leads Grumpy Azzoz with a 81.6% share of all early votes. Azzoz has 18.4%.

Totals from ballots cast March 3 have yet to be released. Polls closed at 7 p.m., though voters who were in line at 7 p.m. were still able to cast ballots. Community Impact Newspaper will update this article as more primary election day vote totals come in.