2020 Official Primary Election Poll Results for Victoria
The anticipation was higher than usual for both candidates and community members as Victorians anxiously waited to see the results of the primary election polls several hours after voting booths closed yesterday at 7pm. You had to be an early riser or night owl to be the first to see the official results which were posted around 1am today.
Here are the official leading candidates from the 2020 Primary Election, including the U.S. Senate seats and Presidential Primary Election results .
Donald Trump leads as the Republican Presidential Candidate with 97.8 % of the votes.
Joesph Biden leads as the Democratic Presidential Candidate with 49.6 % of the votes.
Mary Hegar leads the seat for United States Senator for Democrats with 21.3 % of the votes.
John Coryn leads the seat for United States Senator for Republicans with 76.0% of the votes.
Ricardo de le Fuente leads the Democratic primary race for U.S. Representative of District 27 with 61.1% of the votes. Republican incumbent Michael Cloud is unopposed in the primary.
Geanie Morrison leads the Republican race for State Representative of District 30 with 80.9% of the votes. There are no democratic candidates for this seat.
Republican Justin Marr leads with 45.0% of the votes for Sheriff of Victoria County. There are no Democratic candidates.
Republican Gary Burns leads with 58.3 % of the votes for County Commissioner of Precinct 3. There are no Democratic candidates.
Democrat Jeff Meyer leads with 61.9% of the votes for County Constable of Precinct 1. Vincente Flores is the incumbent Republican candidate.
Republican James Calaway leads with 66.9% of the votes for County Constable of Precinct 2. There are no Democratic candidates.
Republican Aaron Burleson leads with 68.6 % of the votes for County Constable of Precinct 4. There are no Democratic candidates.
Republican Ashley Hernandez leads with 45.8% of the votes for Victoria County Tax Assessor-Collector. Jane Bernal is the Democratic candidate for this seat.
November 3rd will be here before you know it. Be sure to get out and vote!