Who won in Williamson County primaries? A wrap up of last night’s contested elections

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The March 6 primary election featured more than a dozen contested races for positions specific to Williamson County. This is a collection of results for contested primary races in Williamson County.

U.S. Representative-District 31

Republican candidates
Mike Sweeney: 37.65%
John Carter: 62.35%

Democratic candidates
Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar: 44.3%
Kent Lester: 8.35%
Christine Eady Mann: 35.67%
Mike Clark: 11.68%

A runoff will take place in this race as no Democratic candidate has candidate has received 50 percent of the vote.

Texas State Senate-District 5

Republicans
Harold Ramm: 22.1%
Charles Schwertner: 77.9%

Democrats
Meg Walsh: 74.3%
Brian E. Cronin: 15.94%
Glenn “Grumpy” Williams: 9.76%

Texas State Representative-District 52

Republicans
Jeremy Story: 22.41%
Cynthia Flores: 60.81%
Christopher L. Ward: 16.78%

Place 6, justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District

Republicans
Donna Davidson: 34.89%
Kristofer Monson: 7.99%
Michael “Mike” Toth: 36.71%
Jennifer S. Freel: 20.41%

A runoff will take place in this race as no candidate has candidate has received 50 percent of the vote.

County Judge

Republicans
Frank Leffingwell: 47.61%
Bill Gravell: 52.39%

Judge, County Court-at-Law 1

Republicans
Brandy Hallford: 69.92%
Warren Oliver “Wow” Waterman: 30.08%

County treasurer

Republicans
Scott Heselmeyer: 62.81%
Lee Ann Seitsinger: 37.19%

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Republicans
Cynthia Long: 68.34%
Bart Turek: 31.66%

County commissioner, Precinct 4

Republicans
Bobby Seiferman: 25.52%
Heather Peal: 21.88%
David Marek: 13.71%
Russ Boles: 38.89%

A runoff will take place in this race as no candidate has candidate has received 50 percent of the vote.

Justice of the peace, Precinct 2

Republicans
Bronson Tucker: 38.61%
Edna Staudt: 61.39%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 3

Republicans
Deanna Hoff Lewis: 43.27%
Evelyn McLean: 56.73%

Justice of the peace, Precinct 4

Republicans
Randall J. Pick: 43.91%
Judy Schier Hobbs: 56.09%

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Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. He additionally worked with an investigative news organization where he reported on environmental topics and was a featured writer for Epicast Network, a Pittsburgh podcast company. Iain has now transitioned full-time into covering Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.
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