ELECTION ROUNDUP: Find out the Sugar Land, Missouri City 2018 primary results here

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Candidates face off in the U.S. Representative District 22, State Representative District 27, State Senator District 17, and State Representative District 28 races. See the latest results here:

Updated 11:22 a.m. March 7

1) Incumbent Pete Olson has garnered the majority of votes in the U.S. Representative District 22 Republican primary election race with 78 percent or 35,782 votes.

Democratic candidates Sri Preston Kulkarni and Letitia Plummer will head for a May 22 runoff after no candidate garnered more than 50 percent of the vote. Kulkarni earned 31.81 percent or 7,230 votes, while Plummer received 24.29 percent or 7,230 votes.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

2)  With all precincts reporting, incumbent State Representative for District 27 Ron Reynolds has garnered 7,849 votes, or 61.38 percent. Wilvin Carter has received 4,937 votes, or 38.61 percent.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

3) State Senator District 17 incumbent Joan Huffman received 74.76 percent, or 36,668 votes while challenger Kristin Tassin received 27.35 percent, or 13,808 votes in the Republican primary race.

Democratic candidates Rita Lucido and Fran Watson will head to a May 22 runoff election after no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote. Lucido earned 48.94 percent or 17,603 votes, while Watson received 35.09 percent or 12,621 votes.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

4) With all precincts reporting, Democrat Meghan Scoggins has 5,224 votes, or 81 percent in the race for State Representative District 28. Opponent Durward White earned 19 percent, or 1,225 votes.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 8:04 p.m.

1) Four Republicans, five Democrats vie for U.S. Representative District 22 position

Early voting results indicate incumbent Pete Olson has taken the lead in the Republican primary race for the U.S. Representative District 22 seat. Olson has garnered 14,300 votes, or 78.87 percent.

Olson faces fellow Republican candidates James Green, Danny Nguyen and Eric Zmrhal in the 2018 primary election.

Early voting results also indicate Sri Preston Kulkarni leads the polls in the Democratic primary election for U.S. Representative, District 22. Kulkarni has garnered 3,811 votes, or 35.89 percent.

Other democratic candidates include Steve Brown, Mark Gibson, Margarita Ruiz Johnson and Letitia Plummer.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

2) Reynolds, Carter face off in State Representative District 27 race

Early voting results show incumbent Ron Reynolds leads the polls in the Democratic primary race for State Representative District 27. Reynolds has received 4,239 votes, or 61.38 percent.

Opponent Wilvin Carter has garnered 2,667 votes or 38.62 percent.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

3) Two Republicans, Three democrats compete for State Senator District 17 seat

Incumbent Joan Huffman leads the early voting polls in the Republican primary race for State Senator, District 17 with 5,064 votes, or 67.20 percent.

Kristin Tassin has garnered 2,472 votes or 32.8 percent.

Rita Lucido has received 1,935 votes, or 40.21 percent, in the Democratic primary race for State Senator, District 17. Fran Watson follows second in the polls with 1,804 votes or 37.49 percent.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

4) Scoggins, White vie for State Representative District 28 seat

Early voting results indicate Meghan Scoggins leads the polls in the Democratic primary race for State Representative District 28 with 2,894 votes, or 81.36 percent.

Durward White has received 663 votes, or 18.64 percent.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Only contested races were included in this roundup.

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Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.
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