Primary Runoff Election 2020

Today, the Primary Runoff Elections for the Republican spot on the General Election Ballot for Pct. 3 Kleberg County Commissioner was decided in the runoff election between Jerry Martinez and Jacob Moseley Sr.

Martinez pulled in 221 votes (74.16 percent) to Moseley's 77 votes (25.84 percent), respectively.

Martinez will face Democratic nominee Arturo “Artie” De La Rosa in November for the commissioner seat.

NUECES COUNTY

In Nueces County, the primary runoff will include two races on the Republican side.

The first is for County Constable Pct. 2 between Jason McCahan and Mitchell Clark.

The second is for County Constable Pct. 4 between Monty Allen and Robert W. Sherwood.

STATE ELECTION

In the race for District 27 State Senator, Incumbent Eddie Lucio Jr. will face challenger Sara Stapleton Barrera in the primary runoff.

Also on the democratic ballot will be the runoff for U.S. Senator between nominees Mary “M.J.” Hegar and Royce West, with the winner facing incumbent John Cornyn in November.

Another Democratic race will be the Railroad Commissioner race between Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo and Chrysta Casteneda to see who will face Republican candidate James Wright. 

 

RESULTS ARE POSTED BELOW

 

Republican

 

PCT. 3 COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Jerry Martinez - 221 (74.16 percent)

Jacob Moseley Sr. - 77 (25.84 percent)

 

Democrat

 

Texas Senate District 27


Eddie Lucio Jr. - 11,876

Sara Stapleton Barrera - 10,509

 

U.S. Senator

Mary "M.J." Hegar - 318,578

Royce West - 298,721

 

Railroad Commissioner

Chrysta Castañeda - 379,542

Roberto R. "Beto" Alonzo - 220,683

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