Final Henderson County election results are shown here:

FEDERAL OFFICE

U.S. Representative, District 5

Jeb Hensarling, Republican — 14,294

Tom Berry, Democrat — 3,816

Ken Ashby, Libertarian — 374

STATEWIDE OFFICES

Governor

Rick Perry, Republican — 12,301

Bill White, Democrat — 5,198

Kathie Glass, Libertarian — 444

Deb Shafto, Green — 101

Lieutenant Governor

David Dewhurst, Republican — 14,207

Linda Chavez-Thompson, Democrat — 3,944

Scott Jameson, Libertarian — 461

Herb Gonzales, Jr., Green — 132

Attorney General

Greg Abbott, Republican — 14,474

Barbara Ann Radnofsky, Democrat — 3,851

Jon Roland, Libertarian — 401

Comptroller of Public Accounts

Susan Combs, Republican — 14,656

Mary J. Ruwart, Libertarian — 1,216

Edward Lindsay, Green — 614

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Jerry Patterson, Republican — 13,998

Hector Uribe, Democrat — 3,912

James L. Holdar, Libertarian — 594

Commissioner of Agriculture

Todd Staples, Republican — 14,008

Hank Gilbert, Democrat — 4,124

Rick Donaldson, Libertarian — 507

Railroad Commissioner

David Porter, Republican — 13,285

Jeff Weems, Democrat — 4,410

Roger Gray, Libertarian — 500

Art Browning, Green — 273

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3

Debra Lehrmann, Republican — 13,234

Jim Sharp, Democrat — 4,660

William Bryan Strange, III, Libertarian — 536

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5

Paul Green, Republican — 13,430

Bill Moody, Democrat — 4,315

Tom Oxford, Libertarian — 574

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9

Eva Guzman, Republican — 12,995

Blake Bailey, Democrat — 4,452

Jack Armstrong, Libertarian — 886

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2

Lawrence “Larry” Meyers, Republican — 14,354

J. Randell Stevens, Libertarian — 1,880

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5

Cheryl Johnson, Republican — 14,281

Dave Howard, Libertarian — 1,870

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6

Michael E. Keasler, Republican — 13,348

Keith Hampton, Democrat — 4,402

Robert Ravee Virasin, Libertarian — 510

Member, State Board of Education, District 9

Thomas Ratliff, Republican — 13,955

Jeff McGee, Libertarian — 1,737

Paul Cardwell, Green — 599

HENDERSON COUNTY

State Senator, District 3

Robert Nichols, Republican — 14,408

David Scott, Libertarian — 1,906

County Commissioner, Precinct 4

Ken Geeslin, Republican — 2,820

Jerry West, Democrat — 2,583

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4

Kelly Harris, Republican — 943

Sue Tarrant, Democrat — 894

Cross Roads ISD

(Three at-large trustee positions)

Rhonda Garcia — 165

Scott Huddleston — 265*

Larry Scoggin — 262*

Jason Arden — 122

Keith Pryor — 292*

Mark Davis — 242

Athens ISD

Proposition: The issuance of $6,525,000 of school building bonds for the Athens ISD and levying the tax in payment thereof.

For — 2,204

Against — 2,488

Emergency Services District No. 1

Proposition: Replace the current maximum tax rate cap of 3 cents per $100 of appraised taxable real estate value with a maximum tax rate cap of 5 cents per $100 value which is allowed by Section 48-E, Article III, Texas Constitution.

For — 183

Against — 404

Brownsboro ISD Bond Election

Proposition 1: The issuance of $27,260,000 of bonds for construction of a new elementary school in the district, renovation and additions to the Chandler Elementary School and Brownsboro Elementary School; renovations, addition and upgrades to the junior high school; and renovations, additions and upgrades to the high school and to the high school physical education and athletic areas, and levying the tax in payment thereof, including the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds.

For — 2,037

Against —1,919

Proposition 2: The issuance of $2,350,000 of bonds for construction of a field house and weight room and levying the tax in payment thereof, including the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds.

For — 1,384

Against — 2,575

 

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