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Frisco, Texas November 4, 2014 General Election Results

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Frisco, Texas November 4, 2014 General Election Results

The General Election for the year 2014 is now over. The votes have been counted. Out of 489,032 registered voters in Collin County, 177,821 ballots were submitted, which is a turnout of 36.36%. Out of 409,334 registered voters in Denton County, 144,732 ballots were submitted, which is a turnout of 35.36%.

One of the crazier results took place on US 380 in Denton County. Two propositions would have approved over $150 million in bonds. Two other propositions would have approved assessments of $2.40 per $100 of valuation. The vote ended in a tie … 1 For and 1 Against. For those interested in the location, it appears to be Union Park, which is next to Savannah.

For Frisco residents, the results are below. It is divided between statewide offices, the Denton County ballot and the Collin County ballot.

Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 1 – State Highway Fund

  • For – 79.78%
  • Against – 20.21%

City of Frisco Proposition No. 1 (Beer sales until 2:00 a.m.)

For: 59.61%

Against 40.39%

US Senate

  • John Cornyn (Rep)(Inc) – 61.53%
  • David Alameel (Dem) – 34.38%
  • Rebecca Paddock (Lib) – 2.87%
  • Emily “Spicybrown” Sanchez (Green) – 1.17%
  • Mohammed Tahiro (Write-In) – 0.02%

US Representative District 26

  • Michael Burgess (Rep)(Inc) – 82.66%
  • Mark Boler (Lib) – 17.33%

Governor

  • Greg Abbott (Rep) – 59.23%
  • Wendy R. Davis (Dem) – 38.93%
  • Kathie Glass (Lib) – 1.41%
  • Brandon Parmer (Green) – 0.39%
  • Sarah M. Pavitt (Write-In) – 0.02%

Lieutenant Governor

  • Dan Patrick (Rep) – 58.10%
  • Leticia Van de Putte (Dem) – 38.74%
  • Robert D. Butler (Lib) – 2.55%
  • Chandrakantha Courtney (Green) – 0.59%

Attorney General

  • Ken Paxton (Rep) – 58.78%
  • Sam Houston (Dem) – 38.04%
  • Jamie Balagia (Lib) – 2.54%
  • Jamar Osborne (Green) – 0.63%

Comptroller of Public Accounts

  • Glenn Hegar (Rep) – 58.34%
  • Mike Collier (Dem) – 37.71%
  • Ben Sanders (Lib) – 2.97%
  • Deb Shafto (Green) – 0.97%

Commissioner of the General Land Office

  • George P. Bush (Rep) – 60.64%
  • John Cook (Dem) – 35.35%
  • Justin Knight (Lib) – 2.71%
  • Valerie Alessi (Green) – 1.29%

Commissioner of Agriculture

  • Sid Miller (Rep) – 58.56%
  • Jim Hogan (Dem) – 36.86%
  • David (Rocky) Palmquist (Lib) – 2.87%
  • Kenneth Kendrick (Green) – 1.68%

Railroad Commissioner

  • Ryan Sitton (Rep) – 58.25%
  • Steve Brown (Dem) – 36.54%
  • Mark A. Miller (Lib) – 3.15%
  • Martina Salinas (Green) – 2.04%

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

  • Nathan Hecht (Rep)(Inc.) – 59.55%
  • William Moody (Dem) – 37.38%
  • Tom Oxford (Lib) – 3.05%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6-Unexpired Term

  • Jeff Brown (Rep)(Inc.) – 60.29%
  • Lawrence Edward Meyers (Dem) – 36.51%
  • Mark Ash (Lib) – 3.18%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

  • Jeff Boyd (Rep) (Inc.) – 58.86%
  • Gina Benavides (Dem) – 37.63%
  • Don Fulton (Lib) – 2.75%
  • Charles E. Waterbury (Green) – 0.74%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

  • Phil Johnson (Rep)(Inc.) – 78.76%
  • RS Roberto Koelsch (Lib) – 11.97%
  • Jim Chisolm (Green) – 9.25%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3

  • Bert Richardson (Rep) – 59.80%
  • John Granberg (Dem) – 36.57%
  • Mark W. Bennett (Lib) – 3.62%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4

  • Kevin Patrick Yeary (Rep) – 76.68%
  • Quanah Parker (Lib) – 13.25%
  • Judith Sanders-Castro (Green) – 10.47%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9

  • David Newell (Rep) – 78.26%
  • William Bryan Strange, III (Lib) – 13.16%
  • George Joseph Altgelt (Green) – 8.57%

State Representative 106 (Denton County)

  • Pat Fallon (Rep)(Inc) – 69.96%
  • Lisa Osterholt (Dem) – 27.50%
  • Rodney Caston (Lib) – 2.53%

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 2 (Denton County)

  • Bill Meier (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Justice, 2nd Court of Appeals District, Place 7 (Denton County)

  • Lee Gabriel (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 158th Judicial District (Denton County)

  • Steve Burgess (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 211th Judicial District (Denton County)

  • Brody Shanklin (Rep) – 100%

District Judge, 367th Judicial District (Denton County)

  • Margaret E. Barnes (Rep)(Inc) – 69.78%
  • David Heiman (Dem) – 30.22%

Criminal District Attorney Denton County (Denton County)

  • Paul Johnson (Rep)(Inc) – 100%

County Judge (Denton County)

  • Mary Horn (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court-at-Law No. 1 (Denton County)

  • Kimberly McCary (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court-at-Law No. 2 (Denton County)

  • Robert Ramirez (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Criminal Court 1 (Denton County)

  • Jim Crouch (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Criminal Court 2 (Denton County)

  • Virgil Vahlenkamp, Jr. (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Criminal Court 3 (Denton County)

  • David Garcia (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Criminal Court 4 (Denton County)

  • Joe Bridges (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Criminal Court 5 (Denton County)

  • Coby Waddill (Rep) – 100%

Judge, County Probate Court (Denton County)

  • Bonnie Robison (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Clerk (Denton County)

  • Sheri Adelstein (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

County Clerk (Denton County)

  • Juli Anne Luke (Rep) – 82.64%
  • Schyler Butler (Green) – 17.36%

County Treasurer (Denton County)

  • Cindy Yeatts Brown (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (Denton County)

  • James R. DePiazza (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Member, State Board of Education, District 12 (Collin County)

  • Geraldine “Tincy” Miller (Rep)(Inc.) – 61.37%
  • Lois Parrott (Dem) – 35.24%
  • Mark Wester (Lib) – 3.37%

State Senator, District 8 (Collin County)

  • Van Taylor (Rep)(Inc.) – 79.04%
  • Scott Jameson (Lib) – 20.95%

State Representative, District 33 (Collin County)

  • Scott Turner (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 (Collin County)

  • Ada Brown (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 (Collin County)

  • Craig Stoddart (Rep)(Inc.) – 55.59%
  • Ken Molberg (Dem) – 44.40%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 6 (Collin County)

  • David L. Bridges (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 8 (Collin County)

  • Bill Whitehill (Rep) – 100%

 District Judge, 219th Judicial District (Collin County)

  • Scott J. Becker (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 296th Judicial District (Collin County)

  • John R. Roach, Jr. (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 366th Judicial District (Collin County)

  • Ray Wheeless (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 417th Judicial District (Collin County)

  • Cynthia “Cyndi” McCrann Wheless (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Judge, 429th Judicial District (Collin County)

  • Jill Willis (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Criminal District Attorney (Collin County)

  • Gregg Willis (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

County Judge (Collin County)

  • Keith Self (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 1 (Collin County)

  • Corinne A. Mason (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 2 (Collin County)

  • Barnett Walker (Rep) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 3 (Collin County)

  • Lance S. Baxter (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 4 (Collin County)

  • David Rippel (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 5 (Collin County)

  • Dan Wilson (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 6 (Collin County)

  • Jay Adam Bender (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Judge, Probate Court No. 1 (Collin County)

  • Weldon S. Copeland (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

District Clerk (Collin County)

  • Andrea Thompson (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

County Clerk (Collin County)

  • Stacey Kemp (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

County Commissioner, Precinct 1, Unexpired Term (Collin County)

  • Susan Fletcher (Rep) – 100%

Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 4 (Collin County)

  • W.M. Yarbrough (Rep)(Inc.) – 100%

Robert Newton is an attorney based in Frisco, Texas that practices real estate law, business law, estate planning, and probate.

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