Congratulations to all winning candidates from the March 4th primaries. Winning candidates include:

John Cornyn – U.S. Senator
Sam Johnson – U.S. Representative, District 3
Joe Barton – U.S. Representative, District 6
Kevin Brady – U.S. Representative, District 8
Mike Conaway – U.S. Representative, District 11
Mac Thornberry – U.S. Representative, District 13
Eddie Zamora – U.S. Representative, District 15
Randy Neugebauer – U.S. Representative, District 19
Lamar Smith – U.S. Representative, District 21
Michael Burgess – U.S. Representative, District 26
Pete Sessions – U.S. Representative, District 32
Greg Abbott – Governor
Glenn Hegar – Comptroller
George P. Bush – Land Commissioner
Nathan Hecht – Supreme Court, Chief Justice
Phil Johnson – Supreme Court, Place 8
Bert Richardson – Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3
Kevin Patrick Yeary – Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4
David Newell – Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9
David Bradley – State Board of Education, District 7
Paul Bettencourt – State Senator, District 7
Don Huffines – State Senator, District 16
Joan Huffman – State Senator, District 17
Donna Campbell – State Senator, District 25
Kel Seliger – State Senator, District 31
Gary VanDeaver – State Representative, District 1
Stuart Spitzer – State Representative, District 4
Matt Schaefer – State Representative, District 6
Byron Cook – State Representative, District 8
Travis Clardy – State Representative, District 11
Kyle Kacal – State Representative, District 12
Mark Keough – State Representative, District 15
John Otto – State Representative, District 18
Dade Phelan – State Representative, District 21
Wayne Faircloth – State Representative, District 23
Molly S. White – State Representative, District 55
J.D. Sheffield – State Representative, District 59
James L. “Jim” Keffer – State Representative, District 60
Myra Crownover – State Representative, District 64
Susan L. King – State Representative, District 71
Drew Darby – State Representative, District 72
Brooks Landgraf – State Representative, District 81
Charles Perry – State Representative, District 83
Jonathan Stickland – State Representative, District 92
Tony Tinderholt – State Representative, District 94
Rodney Anderson – State Representative, District 105
Angie Chen Button – State Representative, District 112
Matt Rinaldi – State Representative, District 115
Rick Galindo – State Representative, District 117
Joe Straus – State Representative, District 121
Sarah Davis – State Representative, District 134
Al Hoang – State Representative, District 149
Debbie Riddle -State Representative, District 150
Russell Lloyd – 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 3
Leanne Johnson – 9th Court of Appeals District, Place 3
John Bailey – 11th Court of Appeals District, Place 3
Doug Norman – 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 6

Candidates that are in the runoff election are listed below. The runoff election will take place on May 27th, 2014.

For a complete list of candidates whose names have been accepted to appear on the ballot, please see the Secretary of State’s website at: https://webservices.sos.state.tx.us/candidate-filing/cf-report.aspx

Federal Offices

United States House of Representatives

Congressional District 4

Ralph Hall (Incumbent)
102 W. San Jacinto
Rockwall, TX 75807
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John Ratcliffe
2931 Ridge Road, Ste. 101
Rockwall, TX 75032
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Congressional District 23

Will Hurd
PO Box 761029
San Antonio, TX 78245
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Francisco “Quico” Canseco
10004 Wurzbach Rd. #366
San Antonio, TX 78230
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Congressional District 36

Brian Babin
1203 W. Dogwood
Woodville, TX 75979
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Ben Streusand
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State Offices

Lieutenant Governor

David Dewhurst (Incumbent)
PO Box 756
Austin, TX 78767
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Dan Patrick
3755 S. Capitol of Texas Highway, Ste. 125
Austin, TX 78704
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Attorney General

Dan Branch
3953 Maple Avenue, Ste. 105
Dallas, TX 75219
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Ken Paxton
PO Box 3476
McKinney, TX 75070
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Agriculture Commissioner

Tommy Merritt
PO Box 2962
Longview, TX 75606
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Sid Miller
6407 S US Hiwghway 377
Stephenville, TX 76401
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Railroad Commissioner

Ryan Sitton
1E Greenway Plaza Ste. 225
Houston, TX 77046
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Wayne Christian
204 Houston Street
Center, TX 75935
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State Senate

Senate District 2

Bob Deuell (Incumbent)
PO Box 8609
Greenville, TX 75404
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Bob Hall
PO Box 513
Canton, TX 75103
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State House of Representatives

House District 10

T.J. Fabby
PO Box 2012
Waxahachie, TX 75168
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John Wray
PO Box 574
Waxahachie, TX 75168
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House District 53

Andrew Murr
PO Box 125
Junction, TX 76849
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Rob Henneke
941 Bernett Street
Kerrville, TX 78208
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House District 58

Philip Eby
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Dewayne Burns
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Board of Education

District 11

Patricia “Pat” Hardy (Incumbent)
1109 Roaring Springs Road
Fort Worth, TX 76114
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Eric Mahroum
6017 Rayburn Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76133
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