Updated as of 9 a.m. May 25: This post has been updated to reflect the latest information.
John F. Warren won the race for the Democratic nomination for the Dallas County clerk with all voting centers reporting.
Warren pulled in 35,232 votes, or nearly 59% of the vote, while opponent Ann Cruz gained 24,454 votes, or just over 41% of the vote.
With the nomination, Warren will now compete in the Nov. 8 general election, where he has no Republican opponent.
According to unofficial results, John Bryant won the Democratic nomination for Texas state representative District 114 with more than 57% of the vote, defeating candidate Alexandra Guio’s just under 43%.
In the runoff race for the Republican nomination for State Board of Education District 13, Kathryn Monette defeated A. Denise Russell. Monette earned a little less than 68% of the vote compared to Russell's more than 32%.
Jan McDowell earned the Democratic nomination for U.S. House of Representatives District 24 with just under 53% of the vote. Opponent Derrik Gay earned more than 47% of the vote.
In the runoff for the Republican nomination for U.S. House of Representatives District 32, Antonio Swad won with just under 57% of the vote compared to opponent Justin Webb’s more than 43%.
Juan Jasso won the runoff race for the Democratic nomination for justice of the peace Precinct No. 5, Place 2, with nearly 62% of vote. Jasso's opponent, Desmond Cooks, picked up more than 38% of the votes.
In the runoff race for the Democratic nomination for Dallas County commissioner Precinct 2, Andrew Sommerman defeated Michelle Ocker. Sommerman received more than 63% of the vote compared to less than 37% for Ocker.