Texas district court judicial elections, 2010

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The Texas judicial elections of 2010 consisted 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 county court judicial elections, see Texas county court judicial elections, 2010.

District courts

Court Candidates Details Results
Texas District 30 (R): Robert Brotherton Robert Brotherton was up for re-election. Robert Brotherton
Texas District 31 (R): Steven R. Emmert Steven R. Emmert was up for re-election. Steven R. Emmert
Texas District 36 (D): Michael Welborn and Richard Zapata Michael Welborn was running for re-election. Michael Welborn[1]
Texas District 39 (D): Shane Hadaway Shane Hadaway was up for re-election. Shane Hadaway
Texas District 40 (R): Cindy Ermatinger, Bob Carroll, Dan Gus, Ron Wilkinson Gene Knize left office. Bob Carroll
Texas District 44 (R): Gene Roberts (D): Carlos Cortez Carlos Cortez was up for re-election. Carlos Cortez won with 50.37% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 45 (D): Barbara Hanson Nellermoe Barbara Hanson Nellermoe was up for re-election. Barbara Hanson Nellermoe
Texas District 46 (D): Dan Mike Bird Dan Mike Bird was up for re-election. Dan Mike Bird
Texas District 47 (R): Hal Miner Hal Miner passed away on March 12, 2010.[3] Dan Schaap was selected as Miner's replacement. Schaap was elected.
Texas District 49 (D): Joe Lopez Joe Lopez was up for re-election. Joe Lopez
Texas District 54 (R): Matt Johnson Matt Johnson was up for re-election. Matt Johnson
Texas District 55 (R): Jeff Shadwick (D): Dion Ramos Dion Ramos was up for re-election. Jeff Shadwick won with 55.3% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 58 (D): Bob Wortham Bob Wortham was up for re-election. Bob Wortham
Texas District 64 (R): Robert W. Kinkaid, Jr. Robert W. Kinkaid, Jr. was up for re-election. Robert W. Kinkaid, Jr.
Texas District 66 (D): F. B. McGregor, Jr. F. B. McGregor, Jr. was up for re-election. F. B. McGregor, Jr.
Texas District 68 (D): Martin Hoffman and David Diaz Martin Hoffman was up for re-election. Martin Hoffman
Texas District 69 (R): Ron Enns Ron Enns was up for re-election. Ron Enns
Texas District 70 (R): Denn Whalen Denn Whalen was up for re-election. Denn Whalen
Texas District 73 (R): Renee McElhaney (D): Roberto Rios Andy Mireles left office. Renee McElhaney won with 55.73% of the vote. [5]
Texas District 75 (R): Mark Morefield (D): C.T. Hight C.T. Hight was up for re-election. Mark Morefield won with 55.3% of the vote.[6]
Texas District 78 (R): W. Bernard Fudge and Barry Macha Roy Sparkman left office. W. Bernard Fudge
Texas District 81 (D): Donna S. Rayes Donna S. Rayes was up for re-election. Donna S. Rayes
Texas District 82 (D): Robert Miller Stem Robert Miller Stem was up for re-election. Robert Miller Stem
Texas District 83 (R): Carl Pendergrass Carl Pendergrass was up for re-election. Carl Pendergrass
Texas District 85 (R): J.D. Langley J.D. Langley was up for re-election. J.D. Langley
Texas District 86 (R): Raymond Shackelford and Howard Tygrett Howard Tygrett was up for re-election. Howard Tygrett
Texas District 87 (R): Deborah Oakes Evans Deborah Oakes Evans was up for re-election. Deborah Oakes Evans
Texas District 94 (D): Robert Galvan Robert Galvan was up for re-election. Robert Galvan
Texas District 101 (D): Martin 'Marty' Lowy Martin 'Marty' Lowy was up for re-election. Martin 'Marty' Lowy
Texas District 103 (D): Janet Leal Janet Leal was up for re-election. Janet Leal
Texas District 105 (R): Angelica Hernandez (D): Manuel J. Banales Manuel J. Banales was up for re-election. Angelica Hernandez won with 50.95% of the vote.[7]
Texas District 106 (R): Carter Schildknecht Carter Schildknecht was up for re-election. Carter Schildknecht
Texas District 107 (D): Benjamin Euresti Benjamin Euresti was up for re-election. Benjamin Euresti
Texas District 109 (R): Martin Muncy (D): Mark Hooper James L. Rex left office. Martin Muncy[8]
Texas District 110 (R): William P. Smith William P. Smith was up for re-election. William P. Smith
Texas District 111 (D): Adriana Arce-Flores, Jesus Dominguez, and Monica Zapata Notzon Jesus Dominguez and Monica Zapata Notzon competed in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Monica Zapata Notzon[9]
Texas District 112 (D): Pedro Gomez, Jr. Pedro Gomez, Jr. was up for re-election. Pedro Gomez, Jr.
Texas District 113 (R): John Donovan (D): Christina Bryan and Jerome Fjeld John Donovan and Christina Bryan competed in the general election.[10] John Donovan won with 55.2% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 115 (D): Lauren Parish Lauren Parish was up for re-election. Lauren Parish
Texas District 116 (R): Mike Lee (D): Tonya Parker Bruce Priddy left office. Tonya Parker won with 52.07% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 117 (D): Sandra Watts Sandra Watts was up for re-election. Sandra Watts
Texas District 118 (R): C.E. Thomas and Timothy Yeats Robert H. Moore left office. Timothy Yeats
Texas District 120 (D): Maria Salas-Mendoza Maria Salas-Mendoza was up for re-election. Maria Salas-Mendoza
Texas District 122 (R): John Ellisor (D): Ron Johnson John Ellisor was up for re-election. John Ellisor won with 66.6% of the vote. [11]
Texas District 124 (R): Alfonso Charles Alfonso Charles was up for re-election. Alfonso Charles
Texas District 134 (R): James M. Stanton (D): Baltasar D. Cruz, David D. Kelton and Dale B. Tillery Dale B. Tillery faced James M. Stanton in the general election.[12] Dale B. Tillery won with 50.53% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 137 (R): Cecil G. Puryear and John McClendon Cecil G. Puryear was up for re-election. John McClendon
Texas District 141 (R): John P. Chupp and Paul Enlow John P. Chupp was up for re-election. John P. Chupp
Texas District 144 (R): Angus McGinty (D): Catherine Torres-Stahl Catherine Torres-Stahl was up for re-election. Angus McGinty won with 51.47% of the vote. [5]
Texas District 147 (D): Clifford A. Brown and Bill Gammon Wilford Flowers left office. Clifford A. Brown
Texas District 148 (R): David Stith and Guy Williams Marisela Saldana left office. Guy Williams
Texas District 149 (R): Terri Holder and Trey Picard (D): Peggy Sue Bittick and Edlena Faye Gordon Terri Holder and Edlena Faye Gordon competed in the general election. Terri Holder won with 70.5% of the vote. [13]
Texas District 150 (R): Janet Littlejohn (D): Aida Rojas Janet Littlejohn won with 51.47% of the vote.[14]
Texas District 154 (R): Felix Klein Felix Klein was up for re-election. Felix Klein
Texas District 155 (R): Gary W. Chaney, Conrad Day, R.J. Parham and Jeff Steinhauser (D): Alan Folger Jeff Steinhauser and Alan Folger competed in the general election.[15] Jeff Steinhauser won with 62.83% of the vote.[16]
Texas District 156 (D): Joel Johnson Joel Johnson was up for re-election. Joel Johnson
Texas District 157 (R): Randy Wilson (D): Chuck Silverman and Shawn Thierry Randy Wilson and Shawn Thierry competed in the general election. Randy Wilson won with 56.9% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 158 (R): Steve Burgess, Jake Collier and David Moraine Jake Collier was up for re-election. Steve Burgess
Texas District 159 (R): Paul White Paul White was up for re-election. Paul White
Texas District 160 (D): Jim Jordan Jim Jordan was up for re-election. Jim Jordan
Texas District 168 (R): Christopher Antcliff (D): Marcos Lizarraga and Christine Pacheco Christopher Antcliff and Marcos Lizarraga competed in the general election. Marcos Lizarraga[17]
Texas District 169 (R): Gordon G. Adams Gordon G. Adams was up for re-election. Gordon G. Adams
Texas District 170 (R): Jim Meyer Jim Meyer was up for re-election. Jim Meyer
Texas District 171 (D): Bonnie Rangel and Luis Cesar Labrado Bonnie Rangel was up for re-election. Bonnie Rangel
Texas District 172 (D): Donald Floyd Donald Floyd was up for re-election. Donald Floyd
Texas District 173 (R): Dan Moore Dan Moore was up for re-election. Dan Moore
Texas District 180 (R): Marc Brown, Danny Dexter and Emily Munoz (D): Lori Gooch and Darrell Jordan Marc Brown and Danny Dexter competed in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Marc Brown won with 57% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 181 (R): John B. Board John B. Board was up for re-election. John B. Board
Texas District 182 (R): Jeannine Barr (D): Brandon Dudley Jeannine Barr was up for re-election. Jeannine Barr won with 56% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 183 (R): Vanessa Velasquez (D): Michael Gomez (Texas) Vanessa Velasquez was up for re-election. Vanessa Velasquez won with 57% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 184 (R): Jan Krocker (D): Jay W. Burnett Jan Krocker was up for re-election. Jan Krocker won with 56.4% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 185 (R): Susan Brown (Texas) (D): Vivian King Susan Brown (Texas) was up for re-election. Susan Brown won with 56.2% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 186 (D): Maria Teresa Herr Maria Teresa Herr was up for re-election. Maria Teresa Herr
Texas District 187 (R): Raymond Angelini (D): Dinorah Diaz Raymond Angelini was up for re-election. Raymond Angelini won with 56.62% of the vote.[5]
Texas District 188 (R): David Brabham David Brabham was up for re-election. David Brabham
Texas District 189 (R): Bill Burke (D): Ursula A. Hall, Larry Hinojosa and Andy Pereira Bill Burke and Ursula A. Hall competed in the general election. Bill Burke won with 56.9% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 190 (R): Patricia J. Kerrigan (D): Olan Boudreaux and Jim Wrotenberg Patricia J. Kerrigan and Olan Boudreaux competed in the general election. Patricia J. Kerrigan won with 57.4% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 191 (R): Matt Rinaldi (D): Gena Slaughter Gena Slaughter was up for re-election. Gena Slaughter won with 52.51% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 192 (D): Craig Smith Craig Smith was up for re-election. Craig Smith
Texas District 193 (R): Wes Johnson (D): Carl Ginsberg Carl Ginsberg was up for re-election. Carl Ginsberg won with 52.48% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 194 (R): David Lewis (D): Ernest White Ernest White was up for re-election. Ernest White won with 51.89% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 195 (D): Fred Tinsley Fred Tinsley was up for re-election. Fred Tinsley
Texas District 196 (R): Steven Tittle (D): Joe Leonard Joe Leonard was up for re-election. Steven Tittle won with 61.04% of the vote.[18]
Texas District 197 (D): Migdalia Lopez and Juan Angela Guerra Migdalia Lopez was up for re-election. Migdalia Lopez
Texas District 198 (R): Melvin Emerson Melvin Emerson was up for re-election. Melvin Emerson
Texas District 201 (D): Amy Clark Meachum and Jan P. Patterson Suzanne Covington left office. Amy Clark Meachum
Texas District 203 (R): Jennifer Balido (D): Susan Anderson, Teresa Hawthorne and Davey Lamb Teresa Hawthorne faced Jennifer Balido in the general election.[12] Teresa Hawthorne won with 50.8% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 204 (D): Lena Levario Lena Levario was up for re-election. Lena Levario
Texas District 205 (D): Kathleen Olivares Kathleen Olivares was up for re-election. Kathleen Olivares
Texas District 206 (D): Rose Guerra Reyna Rose Guerra Reyna was up for re-election. Rose Guerra Reyna
Texas District 207 (R): Jack Robison Jack Robison was up for re-election. Jack Robison
Texas District 208 (R): Denise Collins (D): Loretta Johnson Muldrow Denise Collins was up for re-election. Denise Collins won with 55.9% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 209 (R): Michael McSpadden (D): Kathy Cheng Michael McSpadden was up for re-election. Michael McSpadden won with 57.4% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 210 (D): Gonzalo Garcia Gonzalo Garcia was up for re-election. Gonzalo Garcia
Texas District 211 (R): L. Dee Shipman L. Dee Shipman was up for re-election. L. Dee Shipman
Texas District 212 (D): Susan Criss Susan Criss was up for re-election. Susan Criss
Texas District 217 (D): Barry Bryan Barry Bryan was up for re-election. Barry Bryan
Texas District 218 (D): Stella Saxon Stella Saxon was up for re-election. Stella Saxon
Texas District 219 (R): Scott Becker, Wendy McMillon and Angela Tucker Curt Henderson left office. Scott Becker
Texas District 221 (R): John Devine, Scott Goleman, Lisa Benge Michalk and David O'Neil Lisa Benge Michalk and John Devine competed in the runoff election April 13, 2001. Lisa Benge Michalk[19][20]
Texas District 222 (R): Roland Saul Roland Saul was up for re-election. Roland Saul
Texas District 223 (R): Todd Ivey and Phil Vanderpool Leland W. Waters left office. Phil Vanderpool[21]
Texas District 224 (R): Cathy Stryker (D): Gloria Saldaña Gloria Saldaña was up for re-election. Cathy Stryker won with 53.55% of the vote.[5]
Texas District 225 (D): Peter Sakai Peter Sakai was up for re-election. Peter Sakai
Texas District 226 (R): Sid Harle Sid Harle
Texas District 227 (D): Philip Kazen and Paul Vasquez Philip Kazen was up for re-election. Philip Kazen
Texas District 228 (R): Marc Carter (D): Harris Wood Marc Carter was up for re-election. Marc Carter won with 56.9% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 230 (R): Belinda Hill (D): Garland McInnis Belinda Hill was up for re-election. Belinda Hill won with 57.2% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 231 (R): Randy Catterton Randy Catterton was up for re-election. Randy Catterton
Texas District 232 (R): Mary Lou Keel (D): Greg Glass Mary Lou Keel was up for re-election. Mary Lou Keel won with 56.8% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 233 (R): William Harris, Barbara Armstrong and Jerry Jones (D): Tom McKenzie William Harris was up for re-election. William Harris won with 62.95% of the vote.[22]
Texas District 234 (R): Reece Rondon (D): Nile Copeland, Jim Peacock and Tanner Garth Tanner Garth faced Reece Rondon in the general election.[23] Reece Rondon won with 55.5% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 236 (R): Tom Lowe Tom Lowe was up for re-election. Tom Lowe
Texas District 238 (R): John G. Hyde John G. Hyde was up for re-election. John G. Hyde
Texas District 239 (R): Patrick Sebesta Patrick Sebesta was up for re-election. Patrick Sebesta
Texas District 240 (R): Thomas R. Culver III (D): Fredericka Allen Thomas R. Culver III was up for re-election. Thomas R. Culver III won with 59.2% of the vote. [24]
Texas District 241 (R): T.J. Baynham and Jack Skeen, Jr Jack Skeen, Jr was up for re-election. Jack Skeen, Jr
Texas District 242 (R): Ed Self and Paul Holloway Ed Self was up for re-election. Ed Self
Texas District 243 (D): David Guaderrama David Guaderrama was up for re-election. David Guaderrama
Texas District 244 (R): William Stacy Trotter William Stacy Trotter was up for re-election. William Stacy Trotter
Texas District 245 (R): Roy L. Moore (D): Raymond Fisher and Janiece Horn Roy L. Moore and Janiece Horn competed in the general election. Roy L. Moore won with 55.5% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 246 (R): Jim York (D): Sherri Cothrun Jim York was up for re-election. Jim York won with 55% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 247 (R): Bonnie Crane Hellums (D): Mary Kay Green and Clinton Wells Bonnie Crane Hellums and Mary Kay Green competed in the general election. Bonnie Crane Hellums won with 56% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 248 (R): Joan Campbell (D): Trent Gaither and Jim Sullivan Joan Campbell and Jim Sullivan competed in the general election. Joan Campbell won with 55.4% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 249 (R): Wayne Bridewell Wayne Bridewell was up for re-election. Wayne Bridewell
Texas District 250 (D): John K. Dietz John K. Dietz was up for re-election. John K. Dietz
Texas District 251 (R): Ana Estevez Ana Estevez left office. Ana Estevez
Texas District 252 (D): Layne Walker Layne Walker was up for re-election. Layne Walker
Texas District 253 (R): Chap Cain, III and Michelle Mangum-Merendino Chap Cain, III was up for re-election. Chap Cain, III
Texas District 254 (R): Jeff Coen (D): David Hanschen and James Martin Jeff Coen and James Martin competed in the general election. James Martin won with 50.68% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 255 (D): Lori Chrisman Hockett Lori Chrisman Hockett was up for re-election. Lori Chrisman Hockett
Texas District 256 (R): John Nuehoff (D): David Lopez and Felix Botello John Nuehoff and David Lopez competed in the general election. David Lopez won with 51.78% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 257 (R): Judy Warne (D): Sandra Peake Judy Warne was up for re-election. Judy Warne won with 56.4% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 258 (D): Elizabeth E. Coker Elizabeth E. Coker was up for re-election. Elizabeth E. Coker
Texas District 260 (D): Buddie Hahn Buddie Hahn was up for re-election. Buddie Hahn
Texas District 261 (D): Lora Livingston Lora Livingston was up for re-election. Lora Livingston
Texas District 262 (R): Denise Bradley (D): Tom Berg Mike Anderson left office. Denise Bradley won with 55.8% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 263 (R): Jim Wallace (D): Alvin Nunnery Jim Wallace was up for re-election. Jim Wallace won with 56% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 264 (R): Martha J. Trudo Martha J. Trudo was up for re-election. Martha J. Trudo
Texas District 265 (R): Roger E. Haynes (D): Mark C. Stoltz and Manny Alverez Roger E. Haynes and Mark C. Stoltz competed in the general election. Mark C. Stoltz won with 51.02% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 266 (D): Donald Jones Donald Jones was up for re-election. Donald Jones
Texas District 267 (R): Skipper Koetter Skipper Koetter was up for re-election. Skipper Koetter
Texas District 268 (D): Brady G. Elliott and Roxie Roll (R): Albert Hollan Brady G. Elliott and Albert Hollan competed in the general election. Brady G. Elliott[24]
Texas District 269 (R): Dan Hinde (D): Katie Kennedy Dan Hinde was up for re-election. Dan Hinde won with 53.9% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 270 (R): Brent Gamble (D): Lee Arellano, Charles Spain and Bob Thomas Bob Thomas faced Brent Gamble in the general election. Brent Gamble won with 56.5% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 271 (D): John Fostel John Fostel was up for re-election. John Fostel
Texas District 273 (D): Charles Mitchell Charles Mitchell was up for re-election. Charles Mitchell
Texas District 274 (R): Gary Steel Gary Steel was up for re-election. Gary Steel
Texas District 275 (D): Juan Partida Juan Partida was up for re-election. Juan Partida
Texas District 276 (R): Deni Goebel (D): Robert Rolston William Porter left office. Robert Rolston[25]
Texas District 277 (R): Ken Anderson Ken Anderson was up for re-election. Ken Anderson
Texas District 278 (R): Kenneth Keeling and Leslie G. Hardy Kenneth Keeling was up for re-election. Kenneth Keeling won with 68.9% of the vote.[26]
Texas District 279 (D): Randy Shelton Randy Shelton was up for re-election. Randy Shelton
Texas District 280 (R): Angelina Gooden and Lynn Bradshaw-Hull (D): Kathy Vossler Lynn Bradshaw-Hull and Kathy Vossler competed in the general election. Lynn Bradshaw-Hull won with 55.2% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 281 (R): Sylvia A. Matthews (D): Donna Roth and Juliet Kathy Stipeche Sylvia A. Matthews and Donna Roth competed in the general election. Sylvia A. Matthews won with 55.6% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 282 (D): Andy Chatham Andy Chatham was up for re-election. Andy Chatham
Texas District 283 (R): Randall Parker (D): Rick Magnis Rick Magnis was up for re-election. Rick Magnis won with 51.86% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 284 (R): Cara Wood Cara Wood was up for re-election. Cara Wood
Texas District 285 (R): Richard Price (D): Rosie Alvarado, Milton Fagin, Lawrence Morales and Paul Talamantez Richard Price and Rosie Alvarado competed in the general election. Richard Price won with 54.68% of the vote.[5]
Texas District 286 (R): Pat Phelan Pat Phelan was up for re-election. Pat Phelan
Texas District 287 (D): Gordon H. Green Gordon H. Green was up for re-election. Gordon H. Green
Texas District 288 (R): Sol Casseb III (D): Tina Torres Sol Casseb III was up for re-election. Sol Casseb III won with 55.62% of the vote.[5]
Texas District 289 (D): Carmen Kelsey Carmen Kelsey was up for re-election. Carmen Kelsey
Texas District 290 (R): Melisa Skinner (D): Stephanie Boyd, Norma Gonzales and Sylvia Marie Lopez Melisa Skinner and Norma Gonzales competed in the general election.[27] Melisa Skinner won with 53.25% of the vote.[5]
Texas District 291 (D): Susan Hawk and Annie Lesser Susan Hawk was up for re-election. Susan Hawk
Texas District 292 (R): Lisa DeWitt (D): Larry Mitchell Larry Mitchell was up for re-election. Larry Mitchell[28]
Texas District 293 (D): Cynthia Muniz Cynthia Muniz was up for re-election. Cynthia Muniz
Texas District 294 (R): Teresa Drum Teresa Drum was up for re-election. Teresa Drum
Texas District 295 (R): Caroline E. Baker (D): Reginald E. McKamie and Paul Simon Caroline E. Baker and Paul Simon competed in the general election. Caroline E. Baker won with 56.9% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 296 (R): John Roach, Jr and Keith Gore John Roach, Jr was up for re-election. John Roach, Jr
Texas District 297 (R): Everett Young Everett Young was up for re-election. Everett Young
Texas District 298 (R): Bryce Quine (D): Emily G. Tobolowsky Emily G. Tobolowsky was up for re-election. Emily G. Tobolowsky won with 53.32% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 299 (D): Eve Schatelowicz, Leonard Martinez, Mindy Montford and Karen Sage Mindy Montford and Karen Sage competed in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Sage was uncontested on the November ballot.[29]
Texas District 300 (R): K. Randall Hufstetler K. Randall Hufstetler was up for re-election. K. Randall Hufstetler
Texas District 301 (R): George White (D): Lynn Cherry Lynn Cherry was up for re-election. Lynn Cherry won with 51.42% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 302 (R): Julie C. Reedy (D):Tena Callahan Tena Callahan was up for re-election. Tena Callahan won with 51.99% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 303 (D): Dennise Garcia Dennise Garcia was up for re-election. Dennise Garcia
Texas District 304 (R): Louis Miguel White (D): William A. Mazur, Jr. and Nicolas Quezada Louis Miguel White and William A. Mazur, Jr. competed in the general election. William A. Mazur, Jr. won with 52.35% of the vote.[2]
Texas District 305 (D): Cheryl Lee Shannon Cheryl Lee Shannon was up for re-election. Cheryl Lee Shannon
Texas District 306 (D): Janis L. Yarbrough Janis L. Yarbrough was up for re-election. Janis L. Yarbrough
Texas District 308 (R): William Frazier, James Lombardino, Alice J. O'Neill and Rick Ramos (D): Porfirio Diaz, Bruce Kessler and Julia Maldonado James Lombardino and Rick Ramos competed the runoff election. Bruce Kessler and Julia Maldonado also competed in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Lombardino won with 54.4% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 309 (R): Sheri Y. Dean, Clint Lawson, Daniel Lemkuil and Meca Walker (D): William Rice Sheri Y. Dean and William Rice competed in the general election. Sheri Y. Dean won with 55.2% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 310 (R): Lisa Millard and Kay Polk (D): Tammy Craft Demming and Judy Dougherty Lisa Millard and Judy Dougherty competed in the general election. Lisa Millard won with 55.2% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 311 (R): Lorraine Cervantes, Donna Detamore, Joel A. Grandstaff, Anthony Magdaleno and Denise Pratt (D): Damiann Curvey Banieh, Steve Herskovwitz, Brad Morris and Deborah Wright Brad Morris and Deborah Wright competed in the runoff election April 13, 2010. Denise Pratt won with 54.8% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 312 (R): David Farr (D): Robert Hinojosa Robert Hinojosa was up for re-election. David Farr won with 54.8% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 313 (R): Glenn Devlin and Fred Wilson (D): Marc Isenberg, Natalie Oakes and J. Anthony Referente Glenn Devlin and Natalie Oakes competed in the general election. Glenn Devlin won with 54.6% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 314 (R): John Phillips (D): John Stephen Liles and David Longoria John Phillips and David Longoria competed in the general election. John Phillips won with 54.4% of the vote. [4]
Texas District 315 (R): Mike Schneider (D): Keith Branch and Bill Thursland Mike Schneider and Keith Branch competed in the general election. Mike Schneider won with 57% of the vote.[4]
Texas District 316 (R): John W. LaGrone, Jr. John W. LaGrone, Jr. was up for re-election. John W. LaGrone, Jr.
Texas District 317 (D): Larry Thorne Larry Thorne was up for re-election. Larry Thorne
Texas District 318 (R): Dean Rucker Dean Rucker was up for re-election. Dean Rucker
Texas District 319 (R): Thomas Greenwell Thomas Greenwell was up for re-election. Thomas Greenwell
Texas District 320 (R): Don Emerson Don Emerson was up for re-election. Don Emerson
Texas District 321 (R): Carole W. Clark Carole W. Clark was up for re-election. Carole W. Clark
Texas District 322 (R): Nancy Berger and Lisa Hoppes Nancy Berger was up for re-election. Nancy Berger
Texas District 323 (R): Jean Hudson Boyd Jean Hudson Boyd was up for re-election. Jean Hudson Boyd
Texas District 324 (R): Jerome S. Hennigan Jerome S. Hennigan was up for re-election. Jerome S. Hennigan
Texas District 325 (R): Judith Wells Judith Wells was up for re-election. Judith Wells
Texas District 326 (D): Aleta Hacker Aleta Hacker was up for re-election. Aleta Hacker
Texas District 327 (D): Linda Chew Linda Chew was up for re-election. Linda Chew
Texas District 328 (R): Ronald R. Pope Ronald R. Pope was up for re-election. Ronald R. Pope
Texas District 329 (R): Randy Clapp Randy Clapp was up for re-election. Randy Clapp
Texas District 330 (R): Marilea Lewis (D): Andrea Plumlee Marilea Lewis was up for re-election. Andrea Plumlee won with 50.65% of the vote. [2]
Texas District 331 (D): David Crain and Keith Lauerman Bob Perkins left office. David Crain
Texas District 342 (R): Wade Birdwell (D): Randy Turner Wade Birdwell won with 62.31% of the vote.[22]
Texas District 353 (R): Jeff L. Rose (D): Tim Sulak Heman Marion Sweatt left office. Tim Sulak won with 56.9% of the vote. [30]
Texas District 355 (R): Ralph H. Walton Ralph H. Walton was up for re-election. Ralph H. Walton
Texas District 357 (D): Leonel Alejandro Leonel Alejandro was up for re-election. Leonel Alejandro
Texas District 358 (D): Bill McCoy Bill McCoy was up for re-election. Bill McCoy
Texas District 359 (R): Kathleen Hamilton Kathleen Hamilton was up for re-election. Kathleen Hamilton
Texas District 360 (R): Mike Sinha (D): Teri Sharise Estes Mike Sinha won with 62.47% of the vote.[22]
Texas District 361 (R): Steve Smith Steve Smith was up for re-election. Steve Smith
Texas District 363 (D): Tracy Holmes and Hiram McBeth, III Tracy Holmes was up for re-election. Tracy Holmes
Texas District 364 (R): Brad Underwood Brad Underwood was up for re-election. Brad Underwood
Texas District 365 (D): Amado Abascal Amado Abascal was up for re-election. Amado Abascal
Texas District 366 (R): Ray Wheless Ray Wheless was up for re-election. Ray Wheless
Texas District 367 (R): Margaret Ellen Barnes Lee Gabriel was up for re-election and won the primary, but withdrew from the race and was replaced by Margaret Ellen Barnes, who ran in the general election.
Texas District 368 (R): Burt Carnes Burt Carnes was up for re-election. Burt Carnes
Texas District 369 (R): Bascom Bentley Bascom Bentley was up for re-election. Bascom Bentley
Texas District 370 (D): Noe Gonzalez Noe Gonzalez was up for re-election. Noe Gonzalez
Texas District 371 (R): Mollee Westfall Mollee Westfall was up for re-election. Mollee Westfall
Texas District 372 (R): Scott Wisch Scott Wisch was up for re-election. Scott Wisch
Texas District 377 (R): Robert C. Cheshire Robert C. Cheshire was up for re-election. Robert C. Cheshire
Texas District 385 (R): Robin Darr Robin Darr was up for re-election. Robin Darr
Texas District 403 (D): Brenda Kennedy Brenda Kennedy was up for re-election. Brenda Kennedy
Texas District 412 (R): W. Edwin Denman W. Edwin Denman was up for re-election. W. Edwin Denman
Texas District 414 (R): Vicki Menard Vicki Menard was up for re-election. Vicki Menard
Texas District 417 (R): Cynthia Wheless Cynthia Wheless was up for re-election. Cynthia Wheless
Texas District 419 (D): Orlinda Naranjo Orlinda Naranjo was up for re-election. Orlinda Naranjo
Texas District 424 (R): Dan Mills Dan Mills was up for re-election. Dan Mills
Texas District 428 (R): Bill Henry (D): Scot Courtney Bill Henry won with 62.8% of the vote. [31]
Texas District 429 (R): Jill R. Willis Jill R. Willis was up for re-election. Jill R. Willis
Texas District 432 (R): Ruben Gonzalez Jr. Ruben Gonzalez Jr. was up for re-election. Ruben Gonzalez Jr.[32]
Texas District 436 (R): Lisa K. Jarrett (D): Rose Marie Gonzalez Lisa K. Jarrett was up for re-election. Lisa K. Jarrett won with 55.6% of the vote. [5]
Texas District 437 (R): Lori I. Valenzuela (D): Pamela Gabriel Craig Lori I. Valenzuela won with 56.85% of the vote. [5]
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See also

References

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  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 Dallas County Board of Elections, Unofficial Election Results
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  31. The American-Statesmen, Results: November 2010, Hays County
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  46. Dallas County, Democratic Party Primary Election
  47. Collin County Texas, Election Summary Report
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  51. KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock
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  53. caller.com, San Patricio County Primary Results
  54. Kaufman County, Cumulative Report
  55. caller.com, Nueces County Primary Election Results
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  57. Laredo Sun, “Election Day 2010”
  58. Brazoria County, Democratic Party Primary Election Cumulative Report
  59. Brazoria county, Republican Party Primary Election Cumulative Report
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