FOCUS2020: General Primary Election Results - State Races

Vote breakdown for state-level races



STATE SENATE DISTRICT 50


REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

Andy Garrison – 337 votes (6.299%) in Stephens County / 5,551 votes (14.37%) statewide

Dan Gasaway – 998 votes (18.6542%) in Stephens County / 2,795 (7.23%) votes statewide

Stacy Hall – 1,326 votes (24.785%) in Stephens County / 9,424 (24.39%) votes statewide

Bo Hatchett – 1,072 votes (20.073%) in Stephens County / 9,065 (23.46%) votes statewide

Tricia Lynne Hise – 1,140 votes (21.3084%) in Stephens County / 6,964 (18/03%) votes statewide

Lee Moore – 477 votes (8.9158%) in Stephens County /4,834 (12.51%) votes statewide

Total votes Cast for this race – 5,350 (95.2% of 5,618 Republican Ballots Cast) in Stephens County / Total votes cast for this race statewide - 38,633

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

Dee Daley (D) unopposed – 624 votes in Stephens County / 5,202 votes statewide


As no Republican candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote, Republicans Stacy Hall and Bo Hatchett will advance the runoff election on Aug. 11. The winner of that race will face Democrat Dee Daley in November for STATE SENATE DISTRICT 50

STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 28


REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

Chris Erwin (R) (Incumbent) 4,414 votes in Stephens County / 9,622 votes statewide


DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

No candidate


Republican candidate and incumbent Chris Erwin was unopposed in the Republican primary and will run unopposed in the November General election for STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 28.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DISTRICT 1

REPPUBLICAN PRIMARY

Jason Shaw (R) (Incumbent) – 4,719 votes in Stephens County / 825,486 votes statewide

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

Robert Bryant (D) – 590 votes in Stephens County / 732,113 votes statewide

Incumbent Jason Shaw (R) will face Robert Bryant (D) and Libertarian Candidate ELIZABETH MELTON in the November General Election for PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DISTRICT 1

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DISTRICT 4


REPPUBLICAN PRIMARY

Lauren “Bubba” McDonald Jr. (R) (Incumbent) – 4,678 votes in Stephens County / 815,617 votes statewide


DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

Daniel Blackman (D) – 463 votes in Stephens County / 608,117 votes statewide

John Noel (D) – 213 votes in Stephens County / 241,341 votes statewide

Incumbent Lauren "Bubba" McDonald (R) will face Daniel Blackman (D) and Libertarian candidate NATHAN WILSON in the November General Election for PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DISTRICT 4


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SUPREME COURT JUSTICE (Bethel seat)

Elizabeth “Beth” Beskin – 1,884 votes in Stephens County / 828,008 votes (47.0%) statewide

Charlie Bethel (Incumbent) – 3,885 votes in Stephens County / 933,546 votes (53.0%) statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE (Warren seat)

Hal Moroz – 1,196 votes in Stephens County / 375,779 votes (21.41%) statewide

Sarah Hawkins Warren (Incumbent) – 4,537 votes in Stephens County / 1,379,035 votes (78.59%) statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge

COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (Brown seat)

Trenton “Trent” Brown, III (Incumbent) (unopposed) – 5,308 votes in Stephens County / 1,631,014 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge


COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (Coomer seat)

Christian Comer (Incumbent) (unoppoed) – 5,302 votes in Stephens County / 1,615,757 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge

COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (Doyle seat)

Sara Doyle (Incumbent) (unopposed) – 5,308 votes in Stephens County / 1,633,719 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge


COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (Gobeil seat)

Elizabeth Dallas Gobeil (Incumbent) (unopposed) – 5,270 votes in Stephens County / 1,615,167 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge


COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (Markle seat)

David Todd Markle (Incumbent) (unopposed) – 5,269 votes in Stephens County / 1,608,720 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge


COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE (McMillian seat)

Carla McMillian (Incumbent) (unopposed) – 5,288 votes in Stephens County / 1,618,414 votes statewide

Non-Partisan race - This seat faces no November challenge

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