Update 11:10 p.m.:
With Montgomery County precincts reporting on election night March 3, incumbent Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden won the Montgomery County Precinct 4 Republican primary, with 78.62% of the vote, or 6,424 votes.
Hayden was followed by Bryan Skero with 16.26%, or 1,329 votes, and King Merritt with 5.12%, or 418 votes.
“We feel good about the numbers that are in so far. We are excited to carry on and have a victory tonight,” said Hayden. “The good citizens of east Montgomery County recognized the good job that we are doing at the constable's office.”
Hayden has served as the Precinct 4 constable for 11 years and has been involved in Montgomery County law enforcement for nearly 30 years, according to a Q&A with Community Impact Newspaper.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Posted 7:50 p.m.
Unofficial early voting results show Kenneth "Rowdy" Hayden leading the Montgomery County constable Precinct 4 Republican primary race.
Hayden leads with 79.42% of the vote, or 3,674 votes, followed by Bryan Skero with 15.43%, or 714 votes, and King Merritt with 5.14%, or 238 votes.
If no candidate reaches 50% of the vote, the top two candidates will enter a runoff.
The winner of the Republican primary will not face any Democratic challengers as no Democrats filed for the position.
All results are unofficial until canvassed. View our full 2020 Texas primary coverage here.