Updated 10 a.m. March 6

Bexar County Pct. 3 Commissioner Grant Moody foiled a challenge in the March 5 Republican primary.

Current situation:

According to unofficial Bexar County election totals, Moody won with 53.2% against Chris Schuchardt. Moody won a special 2022 election to replace Trish Deberry on Commissioners Court, and now seeks a full four-year term.

While Schuchardt, a former San Antonio mayoral candidate, campaigned against Moody's conservative credentials, Moody garnered endorsements from a range of local conservative leaders and groups, including current San Antonio District 10 City Council member Marc Whyte and his predecessors Clayton Perry, Mike Gallagher and John Clamp.

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Moody advances to the November general election to take on Susan Korbel who ran unopposed in the Democratic primary. Moody beat Korbel in the 2022 special election to replace Deberry.

Updated 10:50 p.m. March 5

Incumbent Grant Moody clung to a nearly 5% lead over his challenger in the March 5 Republican primary race for Bexar County Precinct 3 commissioner.

Current situation

Unofficial Bexar County elections data showed Moody with 52.5% of the vote over his challenger, Chris Schuchardt, with 126 of 267 vote centers counted.

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Whoever wins the GOP primary will go to the November general election to meet Susan Korbel, the lone candidate in the Democratic primary.

Posted 7:55 p.m. March 5

Bexar County Precinct 3 Commissioner Grant Moody has a lead in early voting in the Republican primary March 5.

Current situation

According to unofficial Bexar County Elections Department results, Moody, who seeks a full four-year term as the Precinct 3 representative on Commissioners Court, had 52.3% of the early vote over his lone challenger, Chris Schuchardt.

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The GOP primary winner will meet the Democratic primary winner in the November general election. Susan Korbel, who was beaten by Moody in a special Precinct 3 election in 2022, is running unopposed in this year’s Democratic primary.