Kendall County’s election results showed that the Republican Party continues to enjoy overwhelming support with Democratic candidates consistently outvoted at a ratio of almost one to four.
Of the nearly 20 thousand votes that were cast for U.S. Senator, Ted Cruz garnered more than 77 percent of the vote, Beto O’Rourke earned almost 22 percent, and Libertarian candidate Neal Dikeman came in at less than one percent. Almost identical numbers were reported in the battle between Chip Roy (Rep) and Joseph Kopser (Dem).
The gubernatorial race showed even sharper contrast with Republican incumbent Greg Abbott rousting Democratic challenger Lupe Valdez with over 80 percent of the vote.
With almost 86 percent of the vote, residing County Judge Darrel Lux easily won over write-in Andy McCall who collected just over 14 percent of voters, while County Commissioner, Precinct 3 went to incumbent Richard Chapman (Rep) with almost 3500 votes in contrast with nearly 900 votes garnered by Benjamin Eldredge (Dem).
Other Kendall County election numbers:
(Rep) Dan Patrick 77.5%
(Dem) Mike Collier 20.4%
(Rep) Ken Paxton 76.7%
(Dem) Justin Nelson 21%
State Senator Dist 25
(Rep) Donna Campbell 79.6%
(Dem) Steven Kling 20.3%
State Representative Dist 73
(Rep) Kyle Biedermann 79.3%
(Dem) Stephanie Phillips 20.6%
451st Judicial District Judge Kirsten Cohoon ran unopposed.
451st Judicial District Criminal Attorney Nicole Short Bishop ran unopposed.
District and County Clerks Susan Jackson and Darlene Herrin ran unopposed.
County Treasurer Sherl D’Spain and County Surveyor Wes Rex-rode ran unopposed.
County Commissioners Richard Elkins and Dun Durden ran unopposed.
Justices of the Peace Teri Nunley, Leon Brimhall, Debby Hudson, and Frieda Pressler ran unopposed.