Final voting results in from Frisco voters in 2018 primary elections

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Updated 1:35 a.m. March 7

Here are the final results from the contested Republican and Democratic March 6 primaries for races affecting Frisco residents.

COLLIN COUNTY

U.S. representative, District 3

Democratic

Adam P. Bell: 17.95%

Lorie Burch: 49.61%

Sam Johnson: 28.68%

Medrick Yhap: 3.76%

Burch and Johnson will be in a runoff election.

Republican

Alex Donkervoet: 5.93%

David Niederkorn: 9.41%

Van Taylor: 84.66%

State senator, District 8 (Collin and Dallas counties)

Democratic

Brian Chaput: 49.1%

Mark Pharris: 50.9%

Republican

Phillip Huffines: 45.61%

Angela Paxton: 54.39%

State Board of Education, District 12 (Collin and Dallas counties)

Democratic

Tina Green: 25.6%

Laura Malone-Miller: 26.33%

Suzanne Smith: 48.07%

Malone-Miller and Smith will be in a runoff election.

Collin County judge

Republican

Chris Hill: 60.84%

Scott Johnson: 31.28%

Ray Ricchi: 7.87%

Collin County district attorney

Republican

Casey Davis: 21.36%

Greg Willis: 78.64%

Justice, Collin County Fifth Court of Appeals, Place 11

Republican

John Browning: 57.08%

Tom Nowak: 28.44%

Dan Wyde: 14.49%

Correction: A previous version of this story reported only results from Collin County for this race. The correct percentages have been added.

Justice, Collin County Fifth Court of Appeals, Place 12

Republican

Perry Cockerelle: 19.05%

William “Randy” Johnson: 39.54% 

Jim Pikl: 41.41% 

William “Randy” Johnson and Jim Pikl will advance to a primary runoff.

Correction: A previous version of this story reported only results from Collin County for this race and incorrectly reported Jim Pikl won the primary outright. The story has been corrected to reflect that Jim Pikl and William “Randy” Johnson will head to a May 22 runoff.

219th District Court judge

Republican

Scott Becker: 25.31%

Glenn Brenner: 7.68%

Mike Curran: 16.19%

Jennifer Edgeworth: 50.82%

DENTON COUNTY

U.S. representative, District 26 (Denton and Tarrant counties)

Democratic

Linsey Fagan: 52.6%

Will Fisher: 47.4%

Republican

Veronica Birkenstock: 23.08%

Michael C. Burgess: 76.92%

State representative, District 106

Democratic

Michael Rhea: 30.15%

Ramona Thompson: 69.85%

Republican

Clint Bedsole: 45.96%

Jared Patterson: 54.04%

Denton County judge

Democratic

Willie Hudspeth: 25.18%

Diana Leggett: 74.82%

Denton County district attorney

Republican

Brent Bowen: 35.17%

Paul Johnson: 64.83%

County Criminal Court at Law No. 2 judge

Republican

Sean Kilgore: 35.07%

Susan Piel: 64.93%

County Criminal Court at Law No. 3 judge

Republican

Forrest Beadle: 53.98%

David D. Garcia: 46.02%

District clerk

Republican

Ronnie Anderson: 26.42%

William Brown: 12%

David Trantham: 26.62%

Mark Yarbrough: 34.96%

Trantham and Yarbrough will be in a runoff election.

Justice of the peace, Precinct 2

Republican

James R DePiazza: 69.91%

Fabian Thomas: 30.09%


Posted 7:35 p.m. March 6

Here are the early voting results from the contested Republican and Democratic March 6 primaries for races affecting Frisco residents. Final results will be posted later tonight once they have been released by the county election departments.

Follow Community Impact Newspaper on Twitter, @impactnews_frs, and on Facebook for coverage throughout the night.

More information about the candidates can be found through our voter’s guide.

COLLIN COUNTY

U.S. representative, District 3

Democratic

Adam P. Bell: 17.64%

Lorie Burch: 51.53%

Sam Johnson: 27.37%

Medrick Yhap: 3.46%

Republican

Alex Donkervoet: 5.73%

David Niederkorn: 8.15%

Van Taylor: 86.13%

State senator, District 8 (Collin and Dallas counties)

Democratic

Brian Chaput: 46.35%

Mark Pharris: 53.65%

Republican

Phillip Huffines: 46.26%

Angela Paxton: 53.74%

State Board of Education, District 12 (Collin and Dallas counties)

Democratic

Tina Green: 24.5%

Laura Malone-Miller: 25.19%

Suzanne Smith: 50.31%

Collin County judge

Republican

Chris Hill: 62.64%

Scott Johnson: 29.83%

Ray Ricchi: 7.54%

Collin County district attorney

Republican

Casey Davis: 20.15%

Greg Willis: 79.85%

Fifth Court of Appeals justice, Place 11

Republican

John Browning: 55.78%

Tom Nowak: 32.55%

Dan Wyde: 11.67%

Fifth Court of Appeals justice, Place 12

Republican

Perry Cockerelle: 15.24%

William “Randy” Johnson: 27.93%

Jim Pikl: 56.83%

219th District Court judge

Republican

Scott Becker: 25.27%

Glenn Brenner: 7.09%

Mike Curran: 15.44%

Jennifer Edgeworth: 52.19%

DENTON COUNTY

U.S. representative, District 26 (Denton and Tarrant counties)

Democratic

Linsey Fagan: 48.86%

Will Fisher: 51.14%

Republican

Veronica Birkenstock: 24.31%

Michael C. Burgess: 75.69%

State representative, District 106

Democratic

Michael Rhea: 32.71%

Ramona Thompson: 67.29%

Republican

Clint Bedsole: 45.12%

Jared Patterson: 54.88%

Denton County judge

Democratic

Willie Hudspeth: 25.68%

Diana Leggett: 74.32%

Denton County district attorney

Republican

Brent Bowen: 34.14%

Paul Johnson: 65.86%

County Criminal Court at Law No. 2 judge

Republican

Sean Kilgore: 32.99%

Susan Piel: 67.01%

County Criminal Court at Law No. 3 judge

Republican

Forrest Beadle: 52.96%

David D. Garcia: 47.04%

District clerk

Republican

Ronnie Anderson: 27.6%

William Brown: 11.6%

David Trantham: 27.49%

Mark Yarbrough: 33.31%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 2

Republican

James R DePiazza: 71.8%

Fabian Thomas: 28.2%

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Lindsey has been involved in newspapers in some form since high school. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2014 with a degree in Journalism. While attending UTA, she worked for The Shorthorn, the university's award-winning student newspaper. She was hired as Community Impact Newspaper's first Frisco reporter in 2014. Less than a year later, she took over as the editor of the Frisco edition. Since then, she has covered a variety of topics and issues important to the community, including the city's affordable housing shortage, the state's controversial A-F school accountability system and the city's "Bury the Lines" efforts.
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