Updated 9 a.m., March 2
With all precincts reporting, Rep. Pat Fallon has won the Republican primary for the State Rep. District 106 seat. Fallon has 82.88 percent of the votes, 0r 16,081 votes, over Trent Trubenbach's 3,321 votes.
Fallon will have no Democratic challenger in the November General Election.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Fallon said he was excited and humbled upon listening to the results.
"I didn't think [nearly] 85 percent was attainable, so I'm excited," Fallon said.
Fallon said he would like to continue to focus on several legislative priorities such as creating a citizens advisory committee within the district as well as focusing on the budget process and eduction.
Posted March 1 at 7:23 p.m.
According to March 1 unofficial early voting results, Rep. Pat Fallon is leading in the Republican primary election for the Texas House of Representatives District 106 seat with 84.92 percent of the vote, or 8,735 votes. Trent Trubenbach has 15.08 percent of the vote, or 1,551 votes.
There are no Democratic candidates, therefore the winner of the primary will win the District 106 seat.
All election results are unofficial until canvassed.
Fallon, the incumbent, sits on the Elections and Special Purpose Districts committees. Fallon was first elected to the House in 2012. In addition, Fallon is also one of 16 members to serve on the Texas Republican Caucus Policy Committee. Fallon is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where he earned a degree in government and international relations. He was also a cadet in Air Force ROTC.
Trubenbach is a fourth-generation Texas businessman and a Pilot Point resident. If elected he said his main priority would be focusing on education issues, such as balanced budgeting and transportation. Trubenbach is graduate of the University of North Texas, and he owns Denton-area businesses.