UPDATE: Incumbent Randy Weber, Democrat Adrienne Bell win primaries for U.S. representative District 14

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Updated 9:24 p.m.

Republican incumbent Randy Weber will likely face Democrat Adrienne Bell in November for U.S. representative District 14, according to early-evening voting results in Galveston, Brazoria and Jefferson counties.

With early votes in Brazoria County and most voting centers reporting results in Galveston and Jefferson counties, Weber has 30,304 votes, or 87%, compared to his sole opponent, Joshua Foxworth, who has 4,650 votes, or 13%.

Community Impact Newspaper was unable to immediately reach Weber for comment.


Likewise, in the Democratic primaries, Adrienne Bell secured 63% of ballots with 22,344 votes. Sanjanetta Barnes got 11%, Eddie Fisher got 11%, Mikal Williams got 10%, and Robert "Puga" Thomas got 6%, according to results in Galveston, Brazoria and Jefferson counties.

“The people have spoken, and it is obvious that our voices will go to Washington D.C. in the November election," Bell said. “I’m really honored to have the support ... especially in each of the counties. We’ll continue to work hard to bring the voices of the people to Washington D.C.”

Weber and Bell will face off in the general election in November. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 7:33 p.m.

Republican incumbent Randy Weber and Democrat Adrienne Bell have strong leads over their respective opponents, according to early voting results in Galveston County.

According to the results, Weber has 9,222 votes, or 87%, compared to his sole challenger Joshua Foxworth's 1,363 votes, or 13%.

Meanwhile, in the Democratic primaries, Bell has 4,196 votes, or 69%. Mikal Williams has 11%, Sanjanetta Barnes has 10%, Eddie Fisher has 7%, and Robert "Puga" Thomas has 4%.

Whatever candidates from both parties win will face each other in the November general election. A runoff election will be held May 26 if no Democratic candidate secures at least 50% of the vote.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.
By Jake Magee

Editor, Bay Area & Pearland/Friendswood

Jake has been a print journalist for several years, covering numerous beats including city government, education, business and more. Starting off at a daily newspaper in southern Wisconsin, Magee covered two small cities before being promoted to covering city government in the heart of newspaper's coverage area. He moved to Houston in mid-2018 to be the editor for and launch the Bay Area edition of Community Impact Newspaper. Today, he covers everything from aerospace to transportation to flood mitigation.