UPDATED: With 116 of 118 precincts reporting, Bill Gravell likely to face Democrat Blane Conklin for Williamson County Judge

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During the March primaries, three spots on the Williamson County Commissioners Court are up for election: the county judge position, as well and Precinct 2 and Precinct 4 commissioners.

Follow along below as the results roll in.

Williamson County Judge

Republicans

Bill Gravell

Bill Gravell

Bill Gravell: 17,580 votes

At 7 p.m., Gravell had 10,374 votes, or just over 54 percent.

At 8:23, he had 10,630 votes, or about 54 percent.

At 9:28 p.m., he had 12,559 votes, or just under 55 percent.

At 10:11 p.m., he had 14,030 votes, or 54 percent.

At 11:25, with 116 of 118 polling places recorded, Gravell was leading with 17,580 votes, or 52 percent.

Frank Leffingwell

Frank Leffingwell

Frank Leffingwell: 15,979 votes

At 7 p.m., Leffingwell had 8,737 votes, nearly 46 percent.

At 8:23, he had 8,969 votes, or about 46 percent.

At 9:28, he’d received just above 45 percent of the counted votes, or 10,472 votes.

At 10:11 p.m., he had 11,949 votes, or 46 percent.

At 11:25, with 116 of 118 polling places recorded, Leffingwell was behind Gravell with 15,979 votes, or 48 percent.

Democrats

Blane Conklin: 15,673 votes

Blane Conklin is running unopposed.

At 7 p.m., Conklin had 11,757 votes.

At 8:23 p.m., he had 11,968 votes.

At 9:28, he had 13,396 votes.

At 10:11 p.m., he had 15,673 votes.

At 11:25, Conklin had 20,307 votes.

Williamson County Commissioner Precinct 2

Incumbent Cynthia Long is defending her spot.

Democrat Kasey Redus is running unopposed.

Republicans

Bart Turek

Bart Turek

Bart Turek: 1,487 votes

At 7 p.m., Turek had 1,167 votes, about 31 percent.

At 8:23 p.m., Turek had 1,201 votes.

At 9:28, he had 1,296 votes.

At 10:11, he had 1,487 votes, or about 31 percent of reported votes.

Cynthia Long*

Cynthia Long*

Cynthia Long: 3,319 votes

At 7 p.m., Long had 2,556 votes, or nearly 67 percent of the total reported.

At 8:23 p.m., she had 2,616 votes, about 69 percent.

At 9:28 p.m., she had 2,880 votes, still about 69 percent.

At 10:11, she was still in the lead with 3,319 votes, still 69 percent.

Democrats

Kasey Redus

Kasey Redus: 4,092 votes

Redus is running unopposed.

At 7 p.m., Redus had received 3,128 votes.

At 8:23, she had 3,172 votes.

At 9:28 p.m., she had 3,396 votes.

At 10:11 p.m., 4,092 votes.

Williamson Commissioners Court Precinct 4

Incumbent Larry Madsen did not file for reelection, and five contenders are running for his spot.

Democrat Carlos Salinas is running unopposed.

Republicans

Bobby Seiferman

Experience: served on the Round Rock ISD board of trustees; two years as RRISD Policy Committee Chairman; represented RRISD on the Capital Area Council of Governments

Bobby Seiferman: 1,213 votes

At 7 p.m., with 911 votes, Seiferman was second among the GOP candidates.

At 8:23, he had 916 votes.

At 9:28, he had 1,078, and was still in second.

At 10:11, he had 1,213 votes, with about 25 percent of the vote.

David Marek: 615 votes

At 7 p.m., Marek was trailing behind with 434 votes.

At 8:23, he had 443 votes.

At 9:28, he had 548 votes.

At 10:11, Marek had 615 votes.

Heather Peal

Experience: works in private sector

Heather Peal: 1,102 votes

At 7 p.m., Peal had 749 votes, coming in third among Republicans.

At 8:23 she had 763 votes.

At 9:28, she had 912 votes.

At 10:11, Peal had 1,102 votes, or just under 23 percent.

Russ Boles

Experience: currently serving as director of Brazos River Authority; works as commercial real estate broker

Russ Boles: 1,935 votes

At 7 p.m., Boles had nearly 1,500 votes, in the lead with just over 40 percent of the vote.

At 8:23, he had 1,490.

At 9:28, he was still in the lead with 1,714 votes.

At 10:11, he had 1,935 votes, nearly 40 percent.

Democrats

Carlos Salinas: 3,129 votes

Carlos Salinas is running unopposed. At 7 p.m., he’d received 2,520 votes.

At 8:23, he had 2,550 votes.

At 9:28, he had 2,963 votes.

At 10:11, he had 3,129 votes.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. For more local primary election results and coverage, visit communityimpact.com/vote.

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