Updated: Final voting totals tallied for Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village races in March 2018 primary elections

Polls closed on March 6.

Polls closed on March 6.

Editor's note: This story was updated at 10:40 a.m. March 7 to reflect total precincts reporting in Dallas County in the Republican State Board of Education, District 11 race and the Republican U.S. representative, District 24 race. These updated voting totals have not changed the outcome of either race.

Here are the final results from the contested March 6 Republican and Democratic primary elections for races affecting city of Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village residents. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

County judge


Republican
Diana Leggett, 74.82%
Willie Hudspeth, 25.18%

Denton County Commissioner, Precinct 4


Republican
Brenda Latham, 23.99%
Dianne Edmondson, 24.52%
Itamar Gelbman, 16.37%
Jim Carter, 35.13%
*There will be a runoff election between Jim Carter and Dianne Edmondson

Justice of the peace, Precinct 3


Republican
Jason Jacoby, 0%
James Kerbow, 43.32%
William Lawrence, 33.06%
Sherman Swartz, 23.62%
*There will be a runoff election between James Kerbow and William Lawrence

Justice of the peace, Precinct 4


Republican
Don Cartwright, 38.82%
Harris Hughey, 40.59%
Scott Smith, 20.60%
*There will be a runoff election between Harris Hughey and Don Cartwright

Justice of the peace, Precinct 6


Democrat
Chris Lopez, 72.23%
Parker Owen, 27.77%

District clerk


Republican
Ronnie Anderson, 26.42%
William Brown, 12.00%
David Trantham, 26.62%
Mark Yarbrough, 34.96%
*There will be a runoff election between Mark Yarbrough and David Trantham

Criminal district attorney


Republican
Brent Bowen, 35.17%
Paul Johnson, 64.83%

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No. 2


Republican
Sean Kilgore, 35.07%
Susan Piel, 64.93%

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No. 3


Republican
Forrest Beadle, 53.98%
David D. Garcia, 46.02%

U.S. representative, District 24


Republican
Johnathan Davidson, 25.59%
Kenny E. Marchant, 74.41%

Democrat
Edward “Todd” Allen, 20.08%
John Biggan, 21.28%
Josh Imhoff, 6.03%
Jan McDowell, 52.61%

U.S. representative, District 26


Republican
Veronica Birkenstock, 23.08%
Michael C. Burgess, 76.92%

Democrat
Linsey Fagan, 52.60%
Will Fisher, 47.40%

State representative, District 63


Democrat
Laura Haines, 81.74%
Richard Wolf, 18.26%

State representative, District 65


Republican
Kevin Simmons, 16.70%
Ron Simmons, 83.30%

State representative, District 106


Republican
Clint Bedsole, 45.96%
Jared Patterson, 54.04%

Democrat
Michael Rhea, 30.15%
Ramona Thompson, 69.85%

State Board of Education, District 11


Republican
Cheryl Surber, 22.74%
Patricia “Pat” Hardy, 63.42%
Feyi Obamehinti, 13.84%

Democrat
Celeste Light, 42.11%
Carla Morton, 57.89%

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Published 7:47 p.m. March 6

Here are the early voting results from the contested Republican and Democratic March 6 primaries for races affecting the city of Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village residents. Final results will be posted later tonight once they have been released by the county election departments.

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

County judge


Republican
Diana Leggett, 74.32%
Willie Hudspeth, 25.68%

Denton County Commissioner, Precinct 4


Republican
Brenda Latham, 26.42%
Dianne Edmondson, 25.67%
Itamar Gelbman, 17.64%
Jim Carter, 30.27%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 3


Republican
Jason Jacoby, 0%
James Kerbow, 42.11%
William Lawrence, 32.84%
Sherman Swartz, 25.06%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 4


Republican
Don Cartwright, 35.99%
Harris Hughey, 44.29%
Scott Smith, 19.72%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 6


Democrat
Chris Lopez, 73.17%
Parker Owen, 26.83%

District clerk


Republican
Ronnie Anderson, 27.60%
William Brown, 11.60%
David Trantham, 27.49%
Mark Yarbrough, 33.31%

Criminal district attorney


Republican
Brent Bowen, 34.14%
Paul Johnson, 65.86%

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No. 2


Republican
Sean Kilgore, 32.99%
Susan Piel, 67.01%

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No. 3


Republican
Forrest Beadle, 52.96%
David D. Garcia, 47.04%

U.S. representative, District 24


Republican
Johnathan Davidson, 25.84%
Kenny E. Marchant, 74.16%

Democrat
Edward “Todd” Allen, 19.88%
John Biggan, 21.19%
Josh Imhoff, 5.74%
Jan McDowell, 53.19%

U.S. representative, District 26


Republican
Veronica Birkenstock, 24.31%
Michael C. Burgess, 75.69%

Democrat
Linsey Fagan, 48.86%
Will Fisher, 51.14%

State representative, District 63


Democrat
Laura Haines, 80.52%
Richard Wolf, 19.48%

State representative, District 65


Republican
Kevin Simmons, 18.10%
Ron Simmons, 81.90%

State representative, District 106


Republican
Clint Bedsole, 45.12%
Jared Patterson, 54.88%

Democrat
Michael Rhea, 32.71%
Ramona Thompson, 67.29%
By Joe Warner
Joe Warner is executive editor of Community Impact Newspaper. He previously served as managing editor for Central Texas and senior editor of the flagship Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto newspaper. He came to Central Texas from Metro Detroit, where he was editor and general manager of several daily and weekly publications. He is the former president of the Michigan Press Association and was on the MPA board of directors for nine years.


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