The winner for each party in the state and federal elections will face off in the Nov. 3 election.
Results for Independent candidates were not included in the Williamson County returns.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Updated August 6, 10:39 p.m.
With all precincts now reporting, the Williamson County Election Commission has released its unofficial totals for the Aug. 6 election.
NOTE: Voting totals for U.S. races are for Williamson County only. For full results for U.S. Senate races, click here. For U.S. House of Representative results, click here.
R: Clifford Adkins: 104 votes
R: Natisha Brooks: 323 votes
R: Byron Bush: 228 votes
R: Roy Dale Cope: 30 votes
R: Terry Dicus: 33 votes
R: Tom Emerson Jr.: 44 votes
R: George S. Flinn Jr.: 406 votes
R: Bill Hagerty: 11,990 votes
R: Jon Henry: 131 votes
R: Kent A. Morrell: 84 votes
R: Glen L. Neal Jr.: 12 votes
R: John E. Osborne: 37 votes
R: Aaron L. Pettigrew: 45 votes
R: David Schuster: 25 votes
R: Manny Sethi: 13,520 votes
D: Marquita Bradshaw: 2,758 votes
D: Gary G Davis: 602 votes
D: Robin Kimbrough: 2,805 votes
D: James Mackler: 3,767 votes
D: Mark Pickrell: 470 votes
U.S. representative, District 7
R: Mark E. Green*: 24,314 votes
D: Kiran Sreepada: 9,824 votes
State representative, District 61
R: Brandon Ogles*: 8,157 votes
D: Sam Bledsoe: 3,203 votes
State representative, District 63
R: Glen Casada*: 8,441 votes
D: Elizabeth Madeira: 3,944 votes
State representative, District 65
R: Sam Whitson*: 6,871 votes
D: Jennifer Foley: 2,659 votes
Circuit court judge
R: Mike Spitzer*: 30,135 votes
Assessor of property
R: Brad Coleman*: 30,656 votes
R: Dusty Rhoades*: 31,597 votes
Franklin Special School District board of education
(voters may choose three nonpartisan candidates)
Alicia Barker*: 4,246 votes
Robert W. Blair*: 4,246 votes
Kevin G. Townsel*: 4,087 votes
See results from the Williamson County Schools board of education races here.