Texas judicial races

03/04/2014 7:27 PM

03/04/2014 7:28 PM

TX SUPREME COURT

Chief Justice (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
Nathan Hecht (i) 579,208 60%
Robert Talton 390,267 40%

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Chief Justice (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
Nathan Hecht (i) 55,796 72%
Robert Talton 21,594 28%

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Place 6 (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
Jeff Brown (i) 682,129 72%
Joe Pool 265,976 28%

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Place 6 (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
Jeff Brown (i) 56,742 75%
Joe Pool 19,308 25%

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Place 8 (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
Phil Johnson (i) 602,761 64%
Sharon McCally 346,318 36%

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Place 8 (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
Phil Johnson (i) 51,793 69%
Sharon McCally 23,732 31%

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COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS

Place 3 (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
Bert Richardson 558,268 61%
Barbara Walther 361,103 39%

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Place 3 (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
Bert Richardson 36,114 49.52%
Barbara Walther 36,819 50.48%

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Place 4 (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
Richard Dean Davis 255,465 28%
Jani Jo Wood 157,483 17%
Kevin Patrick Yeary 498,025 55%

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Place 4 (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
Richard Dean Davis 16,607 23%
Jani Jo Wood 8,907 12%
Kevin Patrick Yeary 47,129 65%

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Place 9 (R)

Statewide Total Pct.
David Newell 469,528 51.66%
W.C. “Bud” Kirkendall 439,299 48.33%

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Place 9 (R)

Tarrant Total Pct.
David Newell 46,788 65%
W.C. “Bud” Kirkendall 25,241 35%

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DISTRICT COURTS

231st (R)

Districtwide Total Pct.
Jesse Nevarez (i) 36,100 50.56%
John Clark 35,305 49.44%

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297th (R)

Districtwide Total Pct.
David Hagerman 42,874 61%
Lex Johnston 10,850 15%
Jay Lapham 9,845 14%
Glynis Adams 7,240 10%

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432nd (R)

Districtwide Total Pct.
Ruben Gonzalez (i) 36,549 50.81%
Steve Gebhardt 35,389 49.19%

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