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Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (D-E)

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The Texas judicial elections of 2010 consist of a Primary Election on March 2, 2010 and a General Election on April 13, 2010. This page lists county court elections; to see more information about statewide judicial elections in Texas see Texas judicial elections, 2010 and to see more about district court judicial elections, see Texas district court judicial elections, 2010.

Dallam county

Race Candidates Details Results
Justice of the Peace, Countywide (R): Rita Little and Alicia Gomez Williams Rita Little is up for re-election. Rita Little
[1]

Dallas county

Race Candidates Details Results
Dallas County Court, Texas (D): Jim Foster, Larry Duncan and Clay Jenkins (R): Wade Emmert (L): Debra Carlson Clay Jenkins, Wade Emmert and Debra Carlson will compete in the general election. Clay Jenkins won with 49.58% of the vote.
Dallas County Courts at Law, No. 1 (D): D'Metria Benson (R): Russell Roden D'Metria Benson is up for re-election. D'Metria Benson won with 50.14% of the vote.
Dallas County Courts at Law, No. 2 (D): T. King Fifer T. King Fifer is up for re-election. T. King Fifer
Dallas County Courts at Law, No. 3 (D): Sally Lundberg Montgomery (R): John Goren Sally Lundberg Montgomery is up for re-election. Sally Lundberg Montgomery won with 52.01% of the vote.
Dallas County Courts at Law, No. 4 (D): William K. Tapscott Jr. William K. Tapscott Jr. is up for re-election. William K. Tapscott Jr.
Dallas County Courts at Law, No. 5 (R): Trenton Nichols (D): Gerald Livingston and Mark Greenberg Trenton Nichols and Mark Greenberg will compete in the general election. Mark Greenberg won with 52.58% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 1 (D): Dan Patterson Dan Patterson is up for re-election. Dan Patterson
Criminal Court, No. 2 (D): Julia Hayes and Lennox Bower (R): Dan Motalvo Julia Hayes and Dan Motalvo will compete in the general election. Julia Hayes won with 51.96% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 3 (D): Doug Skemp (R): Janet Cook Doug Skemp is up for re-election. Doug Skemp won with 50.79% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 4 (D): Teresa Tolle (R): Vanita White Teresa Tolle is up for re-election. Teresa Tolle won with 51.65% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 5 (D): Etta Mullin, John Loza, Hector H. Garza and Ann Rust (R): Alexander Fitzenhagen Etta Mullin and Alexander Fitzenhagen will compete in the general election. Etta Mullin won with 51.34% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 6 (D): Angela M. King (R): Christopher Koustoubardis Angela M. King is up for re-election. Angela M. King won with 52.2% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 7 (D): Elizabeth Crowder and John Carlough (R): Justin Jay Koch Elizabeth Crowder and Justin Jay Koch will compete in the general election. Elizabeth Crowder won with 52.54% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 8 (D): Lashica Walton Barnes, Tina Yoo and Joseph Rameriz Miller (R): Deandra Grant Tina Yoo and Deandra Grant will compete in the general election. Tina Yoo won with 51.34% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 9 (D): Peggy Hoffman (R): Leigh Logan Peggy Hoffman is up for re-election. Peggy Hoffman won with 52.09% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 10 (D): Roberto Canas (R): Scala Byers Roberto Canas is up for re-election. Roberto Canas won with 51.61% of the vote.
Criminal Court, No. 11 (D): Elizabeth Davis Frizell Elizabeth Davis Frizell is up for re-election. Elizabeth Davis Frizell
Criminal Court of Appeal, No. 1 (D): Kristin Wade and Cass Callaway Kristin Wade is up for re-election. Kristin Wade
Criminal Court of Appeal, No. 2 (D): Jeffrey Rosenfield (R): Jennifer Jackson Jeffrey Rosenfield is up for re-election. Jeffrey Rosenfield won with 51.26% of the vote.
Dallas County Probate Courts, No. 1 (D): Brenda Hull Thompson, Margaret Jones Johnson and John B. Peyton Brenda Hull Thompson and Margaret Jones Johnson will compete in the runoff. Brenda Hull Thompson
Dallas County Probate Courts, No. 2 (D): Chris Wilmouth (R): Lori Ashmore Peters Robert E. Price is leaving office. Chris Wilmouth won with 50.79% of the vote.
Dallas County Probate Courts, No. 3 (D): Michael E. Miller Michael E. Miller is up for re-election. Michael E. Miller
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1 (D): Thomas G. Jones and Sylvia Rhodes-Bradley Thomas G. Jones is up for re-election. Thomas G. Jones
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2 (D): Valencia Nash Valencia Nash is up for re-election. Valencia Nash
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1 (R): Gerry Cooper Gerry Cooper is up for re-election. Gerry Cooper
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 (D): Wesley Johnson (R): Tomi Johnson Shehan, Michael Windham and Robert Fuller Wesley Johnson and Michael Windham will compete in the general election. Michael Windham won with 58.86% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 1 (D): Al Cercone (R): Sabeeha Kazmi Al Cercone is up for re-election. Al Cercone won with 62.97% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2 (D): George Freeman and Michele Wong Krause (R): Sandra Ellis Sandra Ellis and George Freeman will compete in the general election. Sandra Ellis won with 63.86% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 3 (D): Bruce Kaye (R): Steve Seider Bruce Kaye is up for re-election. Steve Seider won with 63.33% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 1 (D): Mary Abeyta and Norris Rideaux (R): Mike Petty Norris Rideaux and Mike Petty will compete in the general election. Norris Rideaux won with 51.18% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 2 (D): Katy Hubener (R): Bob Whitney Bob Whitney is up for re-election. Katy Hubener won with 51.79% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 1 (D): Luis Daniel Sepulveda and Carlos Medrano Luis Daniel Sepulveda is up for re-election. Carlos Medrano
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2 (D): Juan Jasso Juan Jasso is up for re-election. Juan Jasso
[2]

Dawson county

Race Candidates Details Results
Dawson County Court, Texas (R): Rudy Arrendondo, Wayne Troy Howard and Nora Ortiz Juarez (D): Cora Brown, Neil Faulkner and Richard Allen Wells Nora Ortiz Juarez and Richard Allen Wells will compete in the general election. Richard Allen Wells won with 66.1% of the vote. [3]
Justice of the Peace, Countywide (D): Denise Dyess Denise Dyess is up for re-election. Denise Dyess
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Deaf Smith county

Race Candidates Details Results
Deaf Smith County Court, Texas (R): Tom E. Simons Tom E. Simons is up for re-election. Tom E. Simons
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (R): Karen Foster Karen Foster is up for re-election. Karen Foster
[8]

Denton county

Race Candidates Details Results
Denton County Court, Texas (R): Mary Horn Mary Horn is up for re-election. Mary Horn
Denton County Courts at Law, No. 1 (R): George A. Mitcham, Chance Oliver, Christine Ventura and Kimberly McCary Chance Oliver and Kimberly McCary will compete in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Chance Oliver
Denton County Courts at Law, No. 2 (R): Margaret Ellen Barnes Margaret Ellen Barnes is up for re-election. Margaret Ellen Barnes
Criminal Court, No. 1 (R): Jim Crouch Jim Crouch is up for re-election. Jim Crouch
Criminal Court, No. 2 (R): Virgil Vahlenkamp, Jr. Virgil Vahlenkamp, Jr. is up for re-election. Virgil Vahlenkamp, Jr.
Criminal Court, No. 3 (R): David D. Garcia David D. Garcia is up for re-election. David D. Garcia
Criminal Court, No. 4 (R): Joe Bridges Joe Bridges is up for re-election. Joe Bridges
Criminal Court, No. 5 (R): Richard Podgorski Richard Podgorski is up for re-election. Richard Podgorski
Denton County Probate Court (R): Robert Ramirez, Gilland Chenault and Bonnie Robison Bonnie Robison and Stephen D. Stephens will compete in the general election. Bonnie Robison won with 71.99% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (R): John Holland and Jim Bryan (D): Bill Barnett John Holland and Bill Barnett will compete in the general election. John Holland won with 64.49% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): James R. DePiazza and Carlos Gallardo (L): Vincent Venegoni James R. DePiazza won with 86.44% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 (R): Becky Kerbow Becky Kerbow
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 (R): Dave Jahn, J. Hand and Scott Smith J. Hand and Scott Smith will compete in the runoff election April 13, 2010. J. Hand
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5 (R): Mike Bateman (L): Clifton Wilson Mike Bateman is up for re-election. Mike Bateman won with 87.03% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6 (R): Patty Larson (D): Paul Gomez Patty Larson won with 65.59% of the vote.
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DeWitt county

Race Candidates Details Results
DeWitt County Court, Texas (D): Ben E. Prause (R): Jay Condie and Daryl L. Fowler Ben E. Prause and Daryl L. Fowler will compete in the general election. Daryl L. Fowler won with 54.99% of the vote.[12]
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (D): Chester Hanzelka (R): Billy Matthys and Peggy Mayer Peggy Mayer and Chester Hanzelka will compete in the general election. Peggy Mayer won with 82.7% of the vote.[12]
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): Bill Robinson Bill Robinson is up for re-election. Bill Robinson
[13]

Dickens county

Race Candidates Details Results
Dickens County Court, Texas (D): Jeff Braly, Robert Waddell and William Watson (R): Lesa Arnold (I): Woody Woodward[14] Lesa Arnold is up for re-election. Lesa Arnold[15]

Donley county

Race Candidates Details Results
Donley County Court, Texas (D): Jack Hall Jack Hall is up for re-election. Jack Hall
Justice of the Peace, Precincts 1 & 2 (D): Connie Havens Connie Havens is up for re-election. Connie Havens
Justice of the Peace, Precincts 3 & 4 (D): Colleen Owens and Doug Wright (R): Denise Bertrand Colleen Owens and Denise Bertrand will compete in the general election. Denise Bertrand won with 51% of the vote.[16]
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Eastland county

Race Candidates Details Results
Eastland County Court, Texas (R): Rex Louis Fields Rex Louis Fields is up for re-election. Rex Louis Fields
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (R): Ronnie White and Windell Light Ronnie White
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): D. J. Walker D. J. Walker
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 (R): James R. King James R. King
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Ector county

Race Candidates Details Results
Ector County Court, Texas (R): Susan M. Redford Susan M. Redford is up for re-election. Susan M. Redford
Ector County Courts at Law, No. 1 (R): Jim A. Bobo Jim A. Bobo is up for re-election. Jim A. Bobo
Ector County Courts at Law, No. 2 (D): Mark D. Owens Mark D. Owens is up for re-election. Mark D. Owens
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (R): Terry Lange and Linda Young-Anglley Terry Lange is up for re-election. Terry Lange
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): Christopher M. Clark Christopher M. Clark is up for re-election. Christopher M. Clark
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 (R): S. Woody Kupper S. Woody Kupper is up for re-election. S. Woody Kupper
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 (D): Eddy Spivey Eddy Spivey is up for re-election. Eddy Spivey
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Edwards county

Race Candidates Details Results
Edwards County Court, Texas (D): Olga Lydia Reyes, Nicolas M. Gallegos and Mark Bean (R): Souli Shanklin Nicolas M. Gallegos and Souli Shanklin will compete in the general election. Souli Shanklin[21]
Justice of the Peace, Countywide (D): Joe O. Baker and Romana Rendon Bienek Joe O. Baker and Romana Rendon Bienek will compete in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Joe O. Baker[22]
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El Paso county

Race Candidates Details Results
El Paso County Court, Texas (D): Sergio Coronado, Veronica Escobar, Rick Ledesma and Larry Medina (R): Jaime Perez Veronica Escobar and Jaime Perez will compete in the general election. Veronica Escobar won with 61.86% of the vote.
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 1 (D): Ricardo Herrera and Beta Acosta Ricardo Herrera is up for re-election. Ricardo Herrera
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 2 (D): Julie Gonzalez and Franck Macias Julie Gonzalez is up for re-election. Julie Gonzalez
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 3 (D): Javier Alvarez Javier Alvarez is up for re-election. Javier Alvarez
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 4 (D): Alejandro Gonzalez Alejandro Gonzalez is up for re-election. Alejandro Gonzalez
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 5 (D): Carlos Villa Carlos Villa is up for re-election. Carlos Villa
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 6 (D): M. Sue Kurita M. Sue Kurita
El Paso County Courts at Law, No. 7 (D): Thomas A. Spieczny Thomas A. Spieczny
Criminal Court, No. 1 (D): Alma Trejo Alma Trejo is up for re-election. Alma Trejo
Criminal Court, No. 2 (D): Robert S. Anchondo Robert S. Anchondo is up for re-election. Robert S. Anchondo
El Paso County Probate Courts, No. 1 (D): Yvonne Rodriguez and Patricia Chew Yvonne Rodriguez is up for re-election. Patricia Chew
El Paso County Probate Courts, No. 2 (D): Eduardo A. Gamboa Eduardo A. Gamboa up for re-election. Eduardo A. Gamboa
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (D): Victor Salas and Robert Pearson Robert Pearson is up for re-election. Robert Pearson
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (D): Sissy Hernandez, Joe Gandara, Charles Taylor, Alex Melendez and Brian Haggerty Sissy Hernandez and Brian Haggerty would have competed in a runoff election, but Hernandez resigned her seat on March 9, 2010.[25] Brian Haggerty
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 (D): King Merritt and Guadalupe Aponte Guadalupe Aponte is up for re-election. Guadalupe Aponte
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 (D): Pete Melendez, Ray Gutierrez, Sergio Enriquez, Barbara Perez and Sergio Gonzalez (R): Gracie Valenzuela Barbara Perez and Gracie Valenzuela will compete in the general election. Barbara Perez won with 53.19% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5 (D): John Chatman, Marissa Yvonne Gonzalez, Yvonne Caldera and Monica Teran John C. Chatman and Monica Teran will compete in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Monica Teran
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 1 (D): Ruben Jujan Ruben Jujan is up for re-election. Ruben Jujan
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2 (D): Rosie Dominguez and Blanca Loya Rosie Dominguez is up for re-election. Rosie Dominguez
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7 (D): Dion Dorado and Harold Shumate (R): Kelly Dickson and Bruce King Dion Dorado and Bruce King will compete in the general election. Bruce King won with 64.4% of the vote.
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Ellis county

Race Candidates Details Results
Ellis County Court, Texas (R): Carol Bush and Kelly Jane Kovar (L): Brandy Owens Carol Bush is up for re-election. Carol Bush won with 86.35% of the vote.
Ector County Courts at Law, No. 1 (R): Jim Chapman and Greg Wilhelm Greg Wilhelm is up for re-election. Jim Chapman
Ector County Courts at Law, No. 2 (R): A. Gene Calvert Jr. A. Gene Calvert Jr. is up for re-election. A. Gene Calvert Jr.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 (R): Bill Woody (L): Terri Bernard Bill Woody is up for re-election. Bill Woody won with 85.88% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): Jackie Miller Jr. (L): Amy Sierra Jackie Miller Jr. is up for re-election. Jackie Miller Jr. won with 89% of the vote.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 (R): Curtis Polk Curtis Polk is up for re-election. Curtis Polk
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 (R): Stephen Robert Burnett, Steven Anthony Egan, Victoria Moore Massey and William Vansyckle Stephen Robert Burnett and Steven Anthony Egan will compete in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Steven Anthony Egan
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Erath county

Race Candidates Details Results
Erath County Court, Texas (R): Joe Thompson Joe Thompson is up for re-election. Joe Thompson
Erath County Courts at Law (R): Ernest Bart McDougal and Heath Allen Ernest Bart McDougal[31]
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, 3 & 4 (R): Shawnee Bass and Jeff Alexander Shawnee Bass is up for re-election. Shawnee Bass
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 (R): Bart Greenway (D): Latrelle Cain Latrelle Cain is up for re-election. Bart Greenway won with 56.12% of the vote.[31]
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See also

Follow judicial elections in the County Courts at these links:
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (A-B)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (C)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (D-E)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (F-G)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (H)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (I-L)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (M-P)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (R-S)
Texas county court judicial elections, 2010 (T-Z)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 My High Plains, "Election Results"
  2. Dallas County Board of Elections, Unofficial Election Results
  3. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2010 Regional Contested Elections (dead link)
  4. KCBD.com, “Regional contested races”, February 15, 2010
  5. 5.0 5.1 Texas Democratic Party, 2010 Candidates
  6. Lamesa Press Reporter, "Wells, Brown vying for Republican judge nomination," March 3, 2010
  7. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, "2010 State, Region Runoff results," April 13, 2010 (dead link)
  8. www.connectammarillo.com, Republican Sample Ballot, Deaf Smith County
  9. Denton County, Democratic Party Cumulative Report
  10. Denton County, Unofficial Primary Runoff Results
  11. Denton County Board of Elections, Cumulative Report - General Election
  12. 12.0 12.1 Victoria Advocate, "Region election results," November 3, 2010
  13. The Cuero Record, "Primary Results," March 3, 2010
  14. The Texas Spur, "Woodward joins Dickens County Judge's race," May 10, 2010
  15. The Texas Spur, "Arnold holds on to Judge's reins," November 4, 2010
  16. My High Plains, Regional General Election Results
  17. Donley County, Candidates for Primary Election
  18. Microplex News, "March 2nd Election Results"
  19. OA online. Com, “GOP hopefuls throw jabs”, February 19, 2010
  20. permianbasin360.com, "2010 Local Primary Election Results," March 2, 2010
  21. Rocksprings Record, "Shanklin and Sweeten win contested local Judge and Commissioner races"
  22. The Rocksprings Record, "Voter Day approaching,"
  23. Rock Springs Record, "Gallegos and Bean in runoff for Judge, Bienek could ask for recount on close Justice of the Peace race"
  24. Rocksprings Record, "Incumbent Gallegos wins Edwards County Democratic Judges runoff"
  25. El Paso Times "Justice of the Peace Sissy Hernandez pleads guilty to nepotism, resigns," March 9, 2010
  26. 26.0 26.1 El Paso County, "Election Summary Report: 2010 November General Election," November 12, 2010
  27. El Paso Times, "1 incumbent, 2 new faces win races for justice of the peace," April 13, 2010
  28. Ellis County March 2010 Primary Results
  29. Ellis County, Unofficial Election Results
  30. Ellis County Board of Elections, Results
  31. 31.0 31.1 Erath County, 2010 General Election Results
  32. Texas Dairy Review, “Republicans gear up for March 2, primary”
  33. Reporter News, "Area Election Roundup"