2012 Primary Runoff Election results
Here are the 2012 Primary Runoff election winners from Tuesday night:
JP races will continue through the summer
Both justice of the peace races will continue into July after the May 29 results.
The JP Precinct 3 race ended with no clear majority winner. Mark Russo garnered 44 percent of the vote, Chris Florance gained 37 percent and Joe Florey took 19 percent. Russo and Florance will face off in another election July 31.
County Commissioner race ends in runoff
The May 29 county commissioner race has yielded a runoff.
The County Commissioner Precinct 1 position, which was open after current commissioner Jerry Wimpee opted not after 20 year in the position ended with a very close margin between candidates Cliff Sevier and Bill Cecil.
Hall prepares for another November race
Ralph Hall was elected to serve as the GOP’s candidate for District 4 in Federal House of Representatives May 29 for what would be his 32nd year in Congress if elected in November.
2012 LIVE PRIMARY ELECTION BLOG
The following i the list of races and their percentages as of 7:10 p.m.
Excitement grows for Republican Jim Pruitt's campaign
Heading into next Tuesday’s GOP primary, Republican Jim Pruitt today released an impressive list of endorsements for his race for the new Texas House District 33. Led by Senator Bob Deuell’s endorsement
Pruitt proves accusations to be false
House District 33 Republican candidate Jim Pruitt has responded to false allegations made against his campaign by the Young Conservatives of Texas.
YCT claimed May 24 that Pruitt and another candidate were accepting donations from Texans for Economic Development (TED), a group pushing for Vegas-style casino gambling in Texas communities.
Scott Turner endorsed by Texas Municipal Police Association
The Texas Municipal Police Association, (TMPA), the state’s largest law enforcement association, today announced their endorsement of Scott Turner in his race for Texas House of Representatives.
Momentum grows for Pruitt’s campaign
Republican Jim Pruitt today picked up another impressive endorsement in his race for the new Texas House District 33.
Duran wins Place 3 seat on Rockwall school board
Linda Mitchell Duran will be administered the oath of office Monday night as the newest member of the Rockwall Independent School District’s Board of Trustees.
Duran was victorious in the three-candidate race for the Place 3 position on the board.
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