UPDATE: With all voting centers reporting, unofficial results show Borris Miles wins Democratic primary as Milinda Morris clenches Republican primary for state Senate District 13

Polling location
West U Elementary School is one of several polling locations across Harris County. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)

West U Elementary School is one of several polling locations across Harris County. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)

For more election results, see: https://communityimpact.com/election-texas-2020-primary/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/

Updated March 4, 9:20 a.m.

Incumbent Borris Miles has taken the Democratic race for Texas State District 13, while Milinda Morris has won the Republican race, according to unofficial results.

With 401 of 401 voting centers reporting in Harris County, and 78 of 78 voting centers reporting in Fort Bend County, Miles has won with 55%, or 36,370 votes. Challengers Melissa Morris and Richard Andrews garnered 35%, or 22,771 votes and 10%, or 6,496 votes, respectively.

In the Republican race, Milinda Morris won with 65%, or 5,342 votes, while William J. Booher received 35%, or 2,880 votes.



Voting results are aggregated from both Fort Bend and Harris counties. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Updated March 3, 9:54 p.m.

Incumbent Borris Miles maintains a commanding lead for the Democratic race for Texas State District 13, while Milinda Morris continues her lead in the Republican race.


With 53 of 401 voting centers reporting in Harris County for Democrats, 71 of 401 voting centers for Republicans, and early voting in Fort Bend County, Miles leads with 61%, or 22,124 votes. Challengers Melissa Morris and Richard Andrews have received 30%, or 11,002 votes and 9%, or 3,289 votes, respectively.

In the Republican race, Milinda Morris leads with 66%, or 3,683 votes, while William J. Booher has received 34%, or 1,875 votes.

Voting results are aggregated from both Fort Bend and Harris counties. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted March 3, 7:56 p.m.

Early voting results for the Democratic race for Texas State District 13 show incumbent Borris Miles has pulled ahead early, while in the Republican race, Milinda Morris has taken an early lead. Early voting results include absentee votes.

In the Democratic race, Miles leads the other candidates with 62%, or 21,561 votes, while challengers Melissa Morris and Richard Andrews have received 29%, or 10,258 votes and 9%, or 3,082 votes, respectively.

In the Republican race, Milinda Morris leads William J. Booher with 67%, or 3,349 votes, while Booher trails with 33%, or 1,686 votes.

Miles has served as state senator since 2016, while Melissa Morris works as an attorney, and Andrews as a family doctor.

Voting results are aggregated from both Fort Bend and Harris counties. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.


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