UPDATED: See results from the Harris County 2018 primary elections

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Updated at 11 a.m. March 7
With all precincts reporting, a majority of winners have been declared in state and local districts, while multiple races have sparked a runoff election in some parts of Harris County.

Runoff elections are schedule for May 22.

Updated at 11:24 p.m.
With a majority of precincts reporting in each race, several candidates have taken strong leads in this year’s primary elections. See below for results on races in the Harris County area.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted at 8:52 p.m.
Today’s primary Election Day results will determine which party candidates will advance to the midterm elections in November.

According to the Texas Secretary of State’s website, more than 130,000 in-person voters have already cast their ballots in Harris County during the early voting period from Feb. 20-March 2. More than 70,000 Democrats and more than 61,000 Republicans ballots cast so far in this year’s race, a respective 208 percent and 6.3 percent increase from the 2014 midterms, according to totals from the Texas Tribune. 

Below are results from early voting for races in Harris County.

U.S. representative-District 2

There are 14 candidates vying for the District 2 position.

Republican candidates

Kevin Roberts: 33.02%
Kathaleen Wall: 27.09%
Dan Crenshaw: 27.40%
Rick Walker: 7.18%
Jonny Havens: 2.02%
Jon Spiers: 0.90%
Justin L. Lurie: 0.92%
David Balat: 0.75%
Malcolm Whittaker: 0.70%

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

Democratic candidates

Todd Litton: 52.85%
J. Darnell Jones: 22.06%
Silky Malik: 9.69%
Ali A. Khorasani: 7.51%
H.P. Parvizian: 7.90%

U.S. representative-District 10

There is a total of eight candidates running for this year’s race.

Republican candidates

Michael T. McCaul: 82.10%
John W. Cook: 18.90%

Democratic candidates

Mike Siegel: 41.63%
Tawana Walter-Cadien: 25.49%
Tami Walker: 23.41%
Madeline K. Eden: 20.52%
Matt Harris: 7.01%
Kevin Nelson: 4.4%
Richie DeGrow (withdrawn): 1.31%

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

U.S. representative-District 18

There is a total of three candidates in this year’s primary race.

Republican candidates

Ava Reynero Pate is running unopposed for the Republican nomination.

Democratic candidates

Sheila Jackson Lee: 85.30%
Richard A. Johnson III: 14.70%

State senator District 15

There is a total of four candidates running in this year’s race.

Republican candidate

The winner of the Democratic nomination will face Randy Orr, who is running for the Republican nomination unopposed, in the November general election.

Democratic candidates

John Whitmire: 74.91%
Damian Lacroix: 17.91%
Hank Segelke: 7.18%

State representative District 126

Texas House District 126 is located within Harris County and covers parts of Cy-Fair, Spring and Tomball. Incumbent Kevin Roberts announced he would be running for Texas’ Congressional District 2. Three Republicans and two Democrats are vying to replace him.

Republican candidates

Sam Harless: 50.58%
Kevin Fulton: 35.90%
Gail Stanart: 13.52%

Democratic candidates

Natali Hurtado: 77.64%
Undrai F. Fizer: 22.36%

State representative District 127

A total of two Republican candidates have filed for this position.

Republican candidates

Dan Huberty: 82.85%
Reginald C. Grant, Jr.: 17.15%

Grant was declared ineligible to run for the race in January, according to the Texas Tribune, although his name remains on the ballot. Grant released a statement saying he chose to stay in the election. The district precinct chairs will vote on a replacement candidate if Grant wins.

Democratic candidate

A Democratic candidate has not filed for this race.

Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner

A total of five candidates have filed for this position.

Republican candidate

The winner of the Democratic race will face Republican incumbent Jack Morman in the November election. Morman is running unopposed.

Democratic candidates

Adrian Garcia: 65.13%
Roger Garcia: 16.68%
Ken Melancon: 11.45%
Daniel Box: 6.74%

Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner

A total of three candidates have filed for this race.

Republican candidates

The winner of the Democratic nomination will face incumbent Jack Cagle, who is running for the Republican nomination unopposed, in the November general election.

Democratic candidates

Penny Shaw: 75.11%
Jeff Stauber: 24.89%

State representative District 142

Republican candidate

A Republican candidate has not filed for this race.

Democratic candidates

Harold Dutton Jr.: 65.26% Richard Bonton: 34.74%

State representative District 150

A total of three candidates have filed for this position.

Republican candidates

Valoree Swanson: 80.11%
James Richard Wilson: 19.89%

Democratic candidate

The winner will face Democratic challenger Michael Shawn Kelly, who is running unopposed in the primary election, in November.

State representative District 132

There are three candidates running for this position.

Republican candidate

The winner of the Democratic race will face incumbent Mike Schofield, who is running unopposed.

Democratic candidates

Gina Calanni: 66.99%
Carlos Peña: 33.01%

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

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Wendy Cawthon
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Cawthon has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and joined The Woodlands edition in 2017.
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