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Unofficial Results And Early Vote Numbers

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U.S. REP – DISTRICT 28
Henry Cuellar (I) 56%
Sandra Whitten 42%

U.S. REP – DISTRICT 15
Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez 47%
Vicente Gonzalez (I) 52%

U.S. REP – DISTRICT 34
Rey Gonzalez 42%
Filemon Vela (I) 55%

TX SENATE – DISTRICT 27
Eddie Lucio Jr. (I) 64%
Vanessa Tijerina 35%

TX SENATE – DISTRICT 20
Judy Cutright 41%
Juan Hinojosa (I) 59%

CAMERON COUNTY SHERIFF
John Chambers(R) 39%
Eric Garza (D) 61%

HIDALGO COUNTY SHERIFF
Eddie Guerra (I) 68%
Ezequiel Jurado 31%

13TH COURT OF APPEALS
PLACE 4
Migdalia Lopez (D) 59%
Jaime Tijerina (R) 40%

PLACE 6
Nereida Lopez Singleterry (D) 63%
Clarissa Silva ® 36%

464TH DISTRICT JUDGE
Ysmael Fonseca ® 36%
Joe Ramirez (D) 63%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DONNA MAYOR
Ernesto Lugo 48%
Rick Morales (I) 51%

LA VILLA MAYOR
Alma Moron (I) 54%
Robert Perez 45%

MERCEDES MAYOR
Israel Coronado 45%
Oscar Montoya 54%

WESLACO PROPOSITIONS
A – redraw district lines
Yes 77%
No 22%

B – raise service terms
Yes 77%
No 22%

C – service term limits
Yes 83%
No 16%

SHARYLAND ISD BOND – $40 million
Yes
No

 

BROWNSVILLE ISD
POSITION 2
Jamie Diez 31%
Denise Garza 40%
Frankie Olivo 28%

POSITION 3
Viro Cardenas 20%
Philip Cowen (I) 33%
Jessica Gonzalez 44%
Argelia Miller 10%

POSITION 5
Erasmo Castro 36%
Daniella Lopez Valdez 64%

POSITION 6
Marisa Leal 38.03
Minerva Pena (I) 38.13%
Joe Rodriguez 23.84

POSITION 7
Carlos Elizondo 39%
Eddie Garcia (I) 60%

 

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