Keough ousts Doyal, county commissioner races headed to a runoff: Montgomery County primary election results roundup

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Updated 10:45 p.m.

Montgomery County voters weighed in on the future direction of Montgomery County during Tuesday’s primary election. Here is a recap of some of the night’s most prominent races.

This guide is not comprehensive. All results are unofficial until canvassed. For more local primary election results and coverage, visit communityimpact.com/vote

Republican Party contested races

Montgomery County judge

Montgomery County judge candidate Mark Keough has won the primary race over incumbent Craig Doyal. Keough received 27,134 votes, compared to 19,786 in favor of Doyal.

Keough will face uncontested Democratic candidate Jay Stittleburg during the Nov. 6 election.

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Montgomery County Precinct 2 commissioner

Incumbent candidate Charlie Riley and opponent Greg Parker are headed to a runoff election for the Republican nomination for the Montgomery County Precinct 2 seat. Riley received 6,597 votes, compared to 6,510 votes in favor of Parker. The runoff election will be held May 22.

The winner of the runoff will face uncontested Democratic candidate candidate Ron Keichline during the Nov. 6 election.

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Montgomery County Precinct 4 commissioner

Candidate James Metts and incumbent Jim Clark are headed to a runoff for the Republican nomination for the Montgomery County Precinct 4 seat. Metts received 3,455 votes, compared to 2,976 votes in favor of Jim Clark.

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State representative District 15

Candidate Steve Toth has won the Republican primary election race for state representative District 15 over opponent Jackie Waters following early voting results. Toth received 13,044 votes, compared to 3,602 votes in favor of Waters.

Toth will face uncontested Democratic candidate Lorena Perez McGill during the Nov. 6 election.

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District clerk

Candidate Melissa Miller has won the Republican district clerk primary election race over opponent Cynthia Jamieson. Miller garnered 32,235 votes compared to 10,814 votes in favor of Jamieson.

Miller will face uncontested Democratic candidate John-Brandon Pierre during the Nov. 6 election.

County clerk

Incumbent Mark Turnbull won the Republican county clerk primary election race over opponent Jeanie Stewart following early voting results. Turnbull received 30,030 votes, compared to 14,508 in favor of Stewart.

County treasurer

Candidate Melanie Bush has won the Republican primary election race over incumbent Stephanne Davenport. Bush garnered 29,614 votes, compared to 15,213 in favor of Davenport.

Bush will face uncontested Democratic candidate Mandy Sunderland during the Nov. 6 election.

Presiding judge, Court of Criminal Appeals

Candidate Sharon Keller has won the Republican primary election race over opponent David Bridges following early voting results. Keller received 29,811 votes, compared to 13,179 votes in favor of Bridges.

District judge, 284th Judicial District

Incumbent Kristin Bays won the Republican primary election race over opponent Jo Ann Linzer. Bays garnered 29,348 votes, compared to 14,839 in favor of Linzer.

Montgomery County Republican Party chairman

Incumbent Walter “Wally” Wilkerson has won the Montgomery County Republican Party chairman race over opponent Terrence Boggs following early voting results. Wilkerson garnered 23,370 votes, compared to 17,434 in favor of Boggs.

Republican Party uncontested races

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2

Jimmy Blacklock

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4

John Devine

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6

Jeff Brown

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals

Barbara Parker Hervey

State senator, District 3

Robert Nichols

State representative, District 3

Cecil Bell Jr.

State representative, District 16

Will Metcalf

Justice, 9th Court of Appeals District, Place 3

Leanne Johnson

Justice, 9th Court of Appeals District, Place 4

Hollis Horton

District judge, 221st Judicial District

Lisa Michalk

District judge, 359th Judicial District

Kathleen A. Hamilton

Judge, County Court at Law No. 1

Dennis Watson

Judge, County Court at Law No. 2

Claudia Laird

Judge, County Court at Law No. 3

Patrice McDonald

Judge, County Court at Law No. 4

Mary Ann Turner

Justice of The Peace, Precinct No. 1

Wayne L. Mack

Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2

Grady Trey Spikes

Justice of The Peace, Precinct No. 5

Matt Masden

Democratic Party uncontested races

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2

Steven Kirkland

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4

R.K. Sandill

Justice Supreme Court, Place 6

Kathy Cheng

Presiding judge, Court of Criminal Appeals

Maria T. Jackson

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7

Ramona Franklin

State representative, District 3

Lisa Seger

State representative, District 15

Lorena Perez McGill

State representative, District 16

Mike Midler

County judge

Jay Stittleburg

District clerk

John-Brandon Pierre

County treasurer

Mandy Sunderland

County Commissioner Precinct 2

Ron Keichline

Justice of The Peace, Precinct 3

Claire Lindsay

Montgomery County Democratic Party chairman

Marc M. Meyer

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