Final results: 20 Texas primary races with implications for Plano residents

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Here are the updated results from the contested March 6 primary elections for races that affect city of Plano residents. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

See coverage on statewide races from our partners at The Texas Tribune.

U.S. representative, District 3

Democrat
Adam P. Bell: 17.95%
Lorie Burch: 49.61% *
Sam Johnson: 28.68% *
Medrick Yhap: 3.76%

* Lorie Burch and Sam Johnson will advance to a primary runoff.

Republican
Alex Donkervoet: 5.93%
David Niederkorn: 9.41%
Van Taylor: 84.66%

U.S. representative, District 24

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

Republican *
Johnathan Davidson: 25.67%
Kenny E. Marchant: 74.33%

* As of 1 a.m. Wednesday, not all votes had been counted. These numbers include all votes cast in Collin County and 118 of 119 Dallas County precincts.

Texas senator, District 8

Democrat
Brian Chaput: 49.10%
Mark Phariss: 50.90%

Republican
Phillip Huffines: 45.61%
Angela Paxton: 54.39%

Texas representative, District 89

Republican
Candy Noble: 54.18%
John Payton: 45.82%

Texas representative, District 106

Democrat
Michael Rhea: 30.15%
Ramona Thompson: 69.85%

Republican
Clint Bedsole: 45.96%
Jared Patterson: 54.04%

Correction: In an earlier version of the story, the results above for Texas House District 106 mislabeled the candidates’ party affiliations. The Democrat and Republican labels have since been flipped.

State Board of Education, District 12

Democrat *
Tina Green: 25.58%
Laura Malone-Miller: 26.36%
Suzanne Smith: 48.06%

* As of 1 a.m. Wednesday, not all votes had been counted. These numbers include all votes cast in Collin County and 272 of 282 Dallas County precincts.

Collin County district attorney

Republican
Casey Davis: 21.36%
Greg Willis: 78.64%

Collin County judge

Republican
Chris Hill: 60.84%
Scott Johnson: 31.28%
Ray Ricchi: 7.87%

Collin County commissioner, Precinct 2

Republican
Joey Herald: 31.40%
Cheryl Williams: 68.60%

Collin County justice of the peace, Precinct 3, Place 2

Republican
Mike Missildine: 60.17%
Melvin Thathiah: 39.83%

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. The story has been corrected to reflect that Jim Pikl and William “Randy” Johnson will head to a May 22 runoff.

Judge, Collin County 219th District Court

Republican
Scott Becker: 25.31%
Glenn Brenner: 7.68%
Mike Curran: 16.19%
Jennifer Edgeworth: 50.82%

Denton County district attorney

Republican
Brent Bowen: 35.17%
Paul Johnson: 64.83%

Denton County judge

Democrat
Willie Hudspeth: 25.18%
Diana Leggett: 74.82%

Denton County district clerk

Republican
Ronnie Anderson: 26.42%
William Brown: 12.00%
David Trantham: 26.62% *
Mark Yarbrough: 34.96% *

* David Trantham and Mark Yarbrough will advance to a primary runoff.

Denton County justice of the peace, Precinct 6

Democrat
Chris Lopez: 72.23%
Parker Owen: 27.77%

Judge, Denton County Criminal Court at Law No. 2

Republican
Sean Kilgore: 35.07%
Susan Piel: 64.93%

Judge, Denton County Criminal Court at Law No. 3

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

Denton County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Republican
James R. DePiazza: 69.91%
Fabian Thomas: 30.09%


Editor’s note: This story was originally posted at 7:49 p.m., March 6.

Here are the early voting results from the contested March 6 primary races that affect city of Plano 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_pln, and on Facebook for coverage throughout the night.

Find more information about the candidates through our questionnaires at communityimpact.com.

U.S. representative, District 3

Democrat
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%

U.S. representative, District 24

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

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

Texas senator, District 8

Democrat
Brian Chaput: 46.35%
Mark Phariss: 53.65%

Republican
Phillip Huffines: 46.26%
Angela Paxton: 53.74%

Texas representative, District 89

Republican
Candy Noble: 54.53%
John Payton: 45.47%

Texas representative, District 106

Democrat
Clint Bedsole: 45.12%
Jared Patterson: 54.88%

Republican
Michael Rhea: 32.71%
Ramona Thompson: 67.29%

State Board of Education, District 12

Democrat
Tina Green: 24.50%
Laura Malone-Miller: 25.19%
Suzanne Smith: 50.31%

Collin County district attorney

Republican
Casey Davis: 20.15%
Greg Willis: 79.85%

Collin County judge

Republican
Chris Hill: 62.64%
Scott Johnson: 29.83%
Ray Ricchi: 7.54%

Collin County commissioner, Precinct 2

Republican
Joey Herald: 31.48%
Cheryl Williams: 68.52%

Collin County justice of the peace, Precinct 3, Place 2

Republican
Mike Missildine: 60.91%
Melvin Thathiah: 39.09%

Justice, Collin County Fifth Court of Appeals, Place 11

Republican
John Browning: 55.78%
Tom Nowak: 32.55%
Dan Wyde: 11.67%

Justice, Collin County Fifth Court of Appeals, Place 12

Republican
Perry Cockerelle: 15.24%
William “Randy” Johnson: 27.93%
Jim Pikl: 56.83%

Judge, Collin County 219th District Court

Republican
Scott Becker: 25.27%
Glenn Brenner: 7.09%
Mike Curran: 15.44%
Jennifer Edgeworth: 52.19%

Denton County district attorney

Republican
Brent Bowen: 34.14%
Paul Johnson: 65.86%

Denton County judge

Democrat
Willie Hudspeth: 25.68%
Diana Leggett: 74.32%

Denton County district clerk

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

Denton County justice of the peace, Precinct 6

Democrat
Chris Lopez: 73.17%
Parker Owen: 26.83%

Judge, Denton County Criminal Court at Law No. 2

Republican
Sean Kilgore: 32.99%
Susan Piel: 67.01%

Judge, Denton County Criminal Court at Law No. 3

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

Denton County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Republican
James R. DePiazza: 71.80%
Fabian Thomas: 28.20%

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Daniel Houston
Daniel Houston covers Plano city government, transportation, business and education for Community Impact Newspaper. A Fort Worth native and Baylor University graduate, Daniel reported previously for The Dallas Morning News and The Associated Press in Oklahoma City.
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