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March 5, 2008

Henderson County election results

U.S. PRESIDENT

Republican Primary

• John McCain 1,976

Mike Huckabee 1,095

Democratic Primary

• Hillary Clinton 1,613

Barack Obama 1,077



U.S. SENATOR

Republican Primary

• John Cornyn 2,608

Larry Kilgore 495

Democratic Primary

• Gene Kelly 649

Rick Noriega 646



HENDERSON COUNTY

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Republican Primary

Donna Bennett* 3,531

• Scott McKee 5,699



HENDERSON COUNTY

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Republican Primary

James Owen* 3,307

• Clint Davis 5,521



392nd DISTRICT JUDGE

Republican Primary

• Carter Tarrance* 5,486

Barry Bilger 3,140



3rd DISTRICT JUDGE

Republican Primary

• Mark Calhoon 6,759



DISTRICT 4

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Republican Primary

• Betty Brown* 4,876

Wade Gent 4,313

Democratic Primary

• Victor Morales 5,600



HENDERSON COUNTY SHERIFF^

Republican Primary

Tony Allison 2,453

Mitch Baker 2,314

Ray Nutt 4,225

Democratic Primary

• Bill Casey 5,493



DISTRICT 5

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE

Republican Primary

• Jeb Hensarling* 7,868



HENDERSON COUNTY TAX

ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR

Democratic Primary

• Milburn Chaney* 6,500



HENDERSON COUNTY SURVEYOR

Democratic Primary

• Jack Ward* 5,693



HENDERSON COUNTY

COMMISSIONER, PCT. 1

Republican Primary

• Joe Hall* 1,091

Bud Henry 1,048



HENDERSON COUNTY

COMMISSIONER, PCT. 3

Republican Primary

• Ronny Lawrence*1,785

Democratic Primary

• Hank Rogers 1,548



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 1

Democratic Primary

• Daryl Graham* 533

Sammie Cumby 478



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 2

Republican Primary

• Norman Terry 1,915



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 3

Democratic Primary

• David Grubbs 1,337



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 4

Republican Primary

• Rick Stewart* 547

Democratic Primary

•J ohn Floyd 695



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 5

Republican Primary

• Brad Miers 910



HENDERSON COUNTY

CONSTABLE, PCT. 6

Republican Primary

• Michael Warren 2,116



* denotes incumbent

^ race has no incumbent

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    TxDOT informed Henderson County Judge Richard Sanders recently that it has reversed its decision to change its policy regarding maintenance of the signs installed to aid approaching traffic to identify an upcoming county road intersection.

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  • ADR logo.tif Nutt says being part of task force has really paid off

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