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Primarias del Super Martes

Posted: 1:47 PM, Mar 01, 2016
Updated: 2018-07-22 12:10:37-04

Arranco hoy el Super Martes. Una de las fechas mas importantes en esta carrera hacia la Presidencia de los Estados Unidos.

Donde se efectuaran primarias del partido Republicano y el partido Democrata en mas de una decena de estados.

Localmente, los votantes decidiran el resultado de varias carreras contenciosas.

En previas primarias, la carrera presidencial atrajo un numero record de votantes a las urnas. En el condado Nueces, las votaciones tempranas consiguieron casi el doce por ciento. Eso es casi el doble de las elecciones presidenciales en el 2012.


 

Texas Democratic Primary

President – 98% reporting

  • Hillary Clinton – 918,665 – 65%
  • Bernie Sanders – 467,809 – 33%

US Representative District 27 – 100% reporting

  • Raul Barrera – 16,140 – 50%
  • Ray Madrigal – 11,294 – 35%
  • Wayne Raasch – 4,679 – 15%

Justice, 13th Court of Appeals, Place 3 – 100% reporting

  • Leticia Hinojosa – 81,470 – 72%
  • Carlos Valdez – 31,488 – 28%

Texas Republican Primary

President – 99% reporting

  • Ted Cruz – 1,238,698 – 44%
  • Donald Trump – 757,225 – 27%
  • Marco Rubio – 501,889 – 18%
  • John Kasich – 120,164 – 4%

US Representative District 27 – 100% reporting

  • Blake Farenthold (incumbent) – 42,872 – 56%
  • Gregg Deeb – 33,699 – 44%

US Representative District 34 – 100% reporting

  • Rey Gonzalez Jr. – 12,530 – 51%
  • Willie Vaden – 12,252 – 49%

Nueces County – Republican Primary:

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1 – 100% reporting

  • Jo Woosley – 4,574 – 46%
  • Wendy Herman – 2,977 – 30%
  • Gloria Garcia-Madrigal – 2,479 – 25%

Nueces County – Democratic Primary:

214th District Judge – 100% reporting

  • Jose Longoria (incumbent) – 12,613 – 63%
  • Deborah Rios – 7,273 – 37%

District Attorney, 105th Judicial District – 100% reporting

  • Mark A. Gonzalez – 11,772 – 56%
  • Mark Skurka (incumbent) – 9,321 – 44%

Nueces County Sheriff – 100% reporting

  • Larry Olivarez – 11,946 – 60%
  • Jose Olivares – 8,039 – 40%

Nueces Co. Commissioner, Pct 3 – 100% reporting  (*Runoff election in May)

  • Joe A. Gonzalez – 1,668 – 30%*
  • John Marez – 1,472 – 26%*
  • John Martinez – 1,406 – 25%
  • Jesus Jesse Gonzalez – 524 – 9%
  • Joel Stanley Mumphord – 300 – 5%
  • Dick Mitchell – 208 – 4%

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 – 100% reporting

  • Alex Garcia – 4,326 – 56%
  • Chris Garcia – 3,389 – 44%

Constable, Precinct 1 – 100% reporting

  • Robert Bobby Cisneros – 5,287 – 73%
  • Juan ‘Mike’ I. Valverde – 1,995 – 27%

Constable, Precinct 3 – 100% reporting

  • Jimmy Rivera  482 – 65%
  • Adolfo G. Contreras – 257 – 35%

Constable, Precinct 5 – 100% reporting

  • Frank Flores III – 1,160 – 49%
  • Gilbert Gomez – 756 – 32%
  • Oscar B. Mendoza Jr. – 467 – 20%

San Patricio County – Republican Primary

Sheriff – 100% reporting

  • Leroy Moody (incumbent) – 4,962 – 78%
  • Jim Isbell – 1,418 – 22%

County Attorney – 100% reporting

  • Tamara Cochran-May – 3,650 – 65%
  • Desiree Voth – 1,952 – 35%

Constable, Precinct 6 – 100% reporting

  • Ronald Howe – 1,061 – 53%
  • D.R. Perkins – 947 – 47%

San Patricio County – Democratic Primary

Constable, Precinct 5 – 100% reporting

  • Juan C. Gonzales – 760 – 59%
  • Kenneth W. Rodriguez – 530 – 41%

Aransas County – Republican Primary

Sheriff – 100% reporting

  • Bill Mills (incumbent) – 2,734 – 52%
  • Eli Ramos – 2,500 – 48%

Refugio County – Republican Primary

County Commissioner, Precinct 3 – 100% reporting

  • Gary Bourland – 216 – 58%
  • Gary L. Wright – 156 – 42%

Sheriff – 100% reporting

  • Robert A. Bolcik (incumbent) – 501 – 51%
  • Andy Lopez Jr. – 427 – 44%
  • Tomas A. Gomez – 53 – 5%