In absence of a Republican opponent in the November election, this means Crockett will likely become the representative for House District 100. Some mail-in ballots have yet to be counted.
In other races, Mary "MJ" Hegar won over Royce West for the Democratic Party nomination for U.S. Senate. She will face Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. John Cornyn in November.
In the statewide race for railroad commissioner, Chrysta Castaneda finished ahead of challenger Roberto R. "Beto" Alonzo and will face Republican Jim Wright in the general election.
Candace Valenzuela won over Kim Olson in the race for U.S. State Representative of District 24. In November, Valenzuela will face Republican candidate Beth Van Duyne and Libertarian candidate Darren Hamilton.
In Dallas County, Audra LaDawn Riley maintained a significant lead over challenger Teresa Jan Hawthorne throughout the night as voting results came in. With 61.79% of the vote, Riley will go on to become the judge for Criminal District Court No. 3, as there is no Republican opponent running in November.
On the Democratic Party ballot: