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Democratic Primary results
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A total of 1,288 ballots were cast in the Live Oak County primary election on May 29.

Republican Party votes totaled 958 or 74.38 percent of the vote. Democratic Party totals were 330 or 25.62 percent of the votes cast.

Here are the results from the Democratic Primary election:

President: Barack Obama, 157 (60.62 percent); John Wolfe, 52 (20.08 percent); Darcy G. Richardson, 35 (13.51 percent); and Bob Ely, 15, (5.79 percent).

U.S. Senator: Addie Dainell Allen, 57 (22.27 percent); Grady Yarbrough, 116 (45.31 percent); Sean Hubbard, 37 (14.45 percent); and Paul Sadler, 46 (17.97 percent).

U.S. Representative, District 15: David Cantu, 64 (23.10 percent); Ruben Ramon Ramirez, 8 (2.89 percent); Jane “Juanita Cruz” Cross, 25 (9.03 percent); Johnny “JP” Partain, 18 (6.50 percent); and Ruben Hinojosa, 162 (58.48 percent).

Railroad Commissioner: Dale Henry, 233.

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6: Michele Petty, 227.

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals: Keith Hampton, 215.

State Board of Education, District 3: Marisa B. Perez, 163 (65.99 percent); and Michael Soto, 84 (34.01 percent).

State Senator, District 21: Judith Zaffirini, 268.

State Representative, District 31: Ryan Guillen , 222.

Chief Justice, 13th Court of Appeals: Roy Valdez, 219.

Justice, 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 2: Nora Longoria, 218.

Justice, 13th Court of Appeals, Place 4: Nelda Vidaurro Rodriguez, 226.

Justice, 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 5: Gina M. Benavides, 217.

District Judge, 343rd Judicial District: Richard D. Zapata, 222.

County Attorney: Eugene Paul Chapline , 264.

Sheriff: Larry R. Busby, 306.

County Tax Assessor-Collector: Randy Hugh Kopplin, 264.

County Commissioner, Precinct 1: Richard Alan Lee, 71.

County Commissioner, Precinct 3: William “Willie” P. James, 54.

Constable, Precinct 2: Mike Ruiz, 80.

Constable, Precinct 3: James M. Baker Jr. , 49.

County Chair: Glynis Holm Strause, 270.

Proposition 1: For, 194, (71.85 percent); against, 76 (28.15 percent).

Proposition 2: For, 214, (79.55 percent); against, 55 (20.45 percent).

Proposition 3: For, 201 (74.17 percent); against , 70 (25.83 percent).
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