Results show Isaac and Berry winning local Texas House Republican runoff elections

In Hays County, Carrie Isaac and Kent “Bud” Wymore square off in a runoff election for the District 45 Republican nomination. (Travis Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)
In Hays County, Carrie Isaac and Kent “Bud” Wymore square off in a runoff election for the District 45 Republican nomination. (Travis Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)

In Hays County, Carrie Isaac and Kent “Bud” Wymore square off in a runoff election for the District 45 Republican nomination. (Travis Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated: July 15, 8:35 a.m.

With the latest update from Travis County, Justin Berry has maintained his lead over Jennifer Fleck. Berry has received 54.57% of the 11,514 votes counted so far in the State Representative District 47 Republican runoff. Berry announced his campaign's win online.

Carrie Isaac has received 64.37% of the votes counted in the District 45 runoff ahead of Kent “Bud” Wymore, according to unofficial results published by both Hays and Blanco counties. Isaac has officially claimed victory on Twitter.

Final results from the elections have not yet been announced and results are not official until canvased.

Original post: July 14, 7:30 p.m.

Two Texas House Republican runoff elections appeared on the July 14 ballot for Central Texas residents, and early voting totals show Carrie Isaac and Justin Berry with leads.

In District 45—which covers Hays and Blanco counties, including the cities of San Marcos, Dripping Springs and Johnson City—Isaac's 61.4% of early votes leads Kent “Bud” Wymore, according to data from both counties. The winner of the District 45 runoff will represent the Republican party this November against Democratic incumbent Rep. Erin Zwiener.

Berry leads the District 47 runoff after early voting, with 54.98% of votes compared to Jennifer Fleck's 45.02%, according to the Travis County Clerk's Office. The winner of the race will face off against Democratic Rep. Vikki Goodwin in the scheduled November election. District 47 spans an area that includes most of western Travis County.


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