Primary election results announced

The Texas Primary election was held yesterday, with 1,635 ballots being cast in Nolan County. From that total, 1,171 ballots were from the Republican party, with 464 from the Democratic party.Listed are the results from Tuesday's election. The candidate with the most votes in a contested race will be identified with an asterisk (*).Democrat Ballot:Federal:United State Senator:Michael "Fjet" Fjetland-31Kesha Rogers-83*Harry Kim-41David M. Alameel-77Maxey Marie Scherr-73United States Representative, District 19:Neal Marchbanks-244State:Governor:Wendy R. Davis-281*Reynaldo "Rey" Madrigal-74Lieutenant Governor:Leticia Van de Putte-286Attorney General:Sam Houston-303Comptroller of Public Accounts:Mike Collier-299Commissioner of the General Land Office:John Cook-299Commissioner of Agriculture:Richard "Kinky" Friedman-124Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III-33Jim Hogan-176*Railroad Commissioner:Dale Henry-115Steve Brown-190*Chief Justice, Supreme Court:William Moody-290Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term:Lawrence Edward Meyers-281Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7:Gina Benavides-279Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3:John Granberg-288County:County Judge:Peter F. Sheridan-370District Clerk:Jerry Lou Hunt-335County Clerk:Patricia (Pat) McGowan-368Justice of the Peace:Sharon Gardner-377County Chairman:Mark Hampton-332(only Precincts 2 and 9 voted)County Commissioner, Precinct 2:Terry Locklar-161*Terry Lee Muncy-93(only Precincts 4 and 8 voted)County Commissioner, Precinct 4:Tony Lara-44Party Referendum: (for, against)On Immigration Reform: 303, 67A Living Wage For All Texans: 273, 129Medicaid Expansion: 254, 144On Non-Discrimination Legislation: 263, 133Republican:United State Senator:Chris Mapp-29Steve Stockman-170Curt Cleaver-10Reid Reasor-9Ken Cope-26John Cornyn-684*Linda Vega-32Dwayne Stovall-100United States Representative, District 19:Donald R. May-219Chris Winn-91Randy Neugebauer-797*State:Governor:Miriam Martinez-25Greg Abbott-1043*SECEDE Kilgore-16Lisa Fritsch-39Lieutenant Governor:David Dewhurst-561*Todd Staples-172Dan Patrick-262Jerry Patterson-101Attorney General:Barry Smitherman-193Ken Paxton-362Dan Branch-481*Comptroller of Public Accounts:Harvey Hildebran-387Glenn Hegar-427*Raul Torres-39Debra Medina-145Commissioner of the General Land Office:David Watts-266George P. Bush-804*Commissioner of Agriculture:Sid Miller-319*J. Allen Carnes-120Eric Opiela-69Tommy Merritt-218Joe Cotten-193Railroad Commissioner:Malachi Boyuls-65Wayne Christian-404*Ryan Sitton-275Becky Berger-186Chief Justice, Supreme Court:Robert Talton-447Nathan Hecht-491*Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term:Jeff Brown-631*Joe Pool-256Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7:Jeff Boyd - 800Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8:Phil Johnson-602*Sharon McCally-306Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3:Bert Richardson-594*Barbara Walther-301Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4:Richard Dean Davis-416*Kevin Patrick Yeary-308Jani Jo Wood-165Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9:W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall-514*David Newell-386State Representative, District 71:Isaac M. Castro-229Susan L. King-902*Justice, 11th Court of Appeals District, Place 2:Mike Willson-815Justice, 11th Court of Appeals District, Place 3, Unexpired Term:John Bailey-489*Cade W. Browning-169County:County Judge:Whitley May-883Judge, 1st Multicounty Court at Law:David Hall-959District Clerk:Jamie Clem-368Connie Jamison-480*Marsha K. Harris-243County Treasurer: Jeanne Palafox Wells-903County Chairman:Larry May-935(only Precincts 2 and 9 voted)County Commissioner, Precinct 2:Doug Alexander-345Party Referendum: (for, against)Religious Freedom: 1087, 16Second Amendment: 991, 102Franchise Tax: 955, 118Welfare Reform: 1094, 29No Lawmaker Exceptions: 1113, 9Obamacare: 1054, 62