Incumbent Garcia projected to win Harris County Sheriff, Anderson to win District Attorney

Updated 12:30 a.m. CST

Incumbent Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia is projected to win by a narrow lead with 51.18 percent of the votes over Republican candidate Louis Guthrie and Green party candidate Remington Aleesi with 1,055 of 1,064 precincts reporting, according to unofficial results.

Guthrie has recieved 518,146 of the votes, while Garcia has obtained 606,849 votes. Aleesi trails with 21,104 votes.

Garcia has served as Harris County Sheriff since 2009 after defeating incumbent Tommy Thomas in November 2008. Before taking office, he worked for the Houston Police Department and Houston City Council.

Republican candidate Mike Anderson is expected to narrowly beat Lloyd Oliver for Harris County ditsrict attroney after receiving 52.34 percent of votes with 1,055 of 1,064 precincts reporting, according to unofficial results.

"I'm very happy with the the results," Anderson said. "We ran a good campign that I think resonated well with the voters. It's time to rest for a day or two and then get back to work. The initial challenges will be to find some replacements for professionals in the office. There has been an exodus of qualified attorneys."

Anderson has secured 590,519 votes while Oliver has 537,667 votes.

"I had to fight every step of the way," Oliver said. "Then that took time away from the campaign, so I had to fight twice as hard, and I don't mind. I'll keep fighting."

The term length for Harris County District Attorney is four years. Anderson ousted incumbent Patricia Lykos with 63 percent of the votes in the Republican primary.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Updated 10:30 p.m. CST

Adrian Garcia leads Republican candidate Louis Guthrie with 51.62 percent of the votes for Harris County Sheriff with 793 of 1,064 of precincts reporting, according to unofficial results.

Guthrie has secured 492,191 votes compared to Garcia's 545,005 votes. Green party candidate Remington Aleesi trails with 18,622 votes, or 1.76 percent.

Mike Anderson leads over Lloyd Oliver has tightened with 53.68 percent of the votes with 793 of 1,064 precincts reporting, according to unofficial results.

Oliver, the Democratic candidate, has 481,604 votes while Anderson has secured 558,239 votes.

Updated 9 p.m. CST

According to unofficial results, Adrian Garcia continues his lead over challengers Louis Guthrie and Remington Aleesi with 51.64 percent of the votes with 129 of 1,064 precincts—or 12.12 percent—reporting.

Garcia has recieved a total of 404,822 votes in the general election. Republican candidate Guthrie is close behind with 367,791 votes, or 46.9 percent. Aleesi has secured a total of 11,344 votes.

Mike Anderson has maintained a narrow lead over Democratic oponent Lloyd Oliver for district attorney with 53.53 percent of the votes with 129 of 1,064 precinct reporting, according to unofficial results.

Anderson has 413,878 total votes compared to Oliver's 359,299 votes.

Posted 7:30 p.m. CST

Harris County incumbent Sheriff Adrian Garcia has taken a narrow lead with 51.18 percent of the early and absentee votes over Republican candidate Louis Guthrie's 47.44 percent. Green party candidate Remington Aleesi trails with1.38 percent, according to unofficial results.

Garcia has served as Harris County Sheriff since 2009 after defeating incumbent Tommy Thomas in November 2008. Before taking office, he worked for the Houston Police Department and Houston City Council.

In the Harris County district attorney race, Republican candidate Mike Anderson has recieved 53.87 percent of early votes with Lloyd Oliver close behind with 46.13 precent, according to unofficial results.

The term length for Harris County District Attorney is four years. Anderson ousted incumbent Patricia Lykos with 63 percent of the votes in the Republican primary.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.