Early voting results in southern Denton County

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Denton County Elections released early voting results just after polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday. More than 380,000 county residents — about 67% of all registered voters — voted early, according to the county, setting a new record for early voting in the county.

As of Friday, the county had received 27,772 mail-in ballots, which is more than usual but still a small percentage of the total number of votes cast. Mail-in ballots that were postmarked by Tuesday and received on Wednesday will count, and some overseas ballots can be counted if they arrive up to six days after Election Day. While the number of mail-in ballots received after Election Day is expected to be relatively small, it’s not impossible that they could impact a close local race.

Here’s how early voters in Denton County voted in the presidential and senate elections:

President/Vice President

  • (R) Donald Trump/Mike Pence (i): 202,732
  • (D) Joe Biden/Kamala Harris: 174,573

U.S. Senator

  • (R) John Cornyn (i): 211,186
  • (D) Mary “MJ” Hegar: 158,628

Listed below are the early voting results for local races, starting with the local seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, then the local state senate and house seats, followed by county offices, local town council and school board seats. The unofficial numbers are courtesy of the Denton County Elections Office (and some include Tarrant and Wise County voting numbers, when applicable).

The following list does not include every single race that was on Denton County ballots. If you are interested in a race not listed below, click here.

U.S. Rep., District 26

  • (R) Michael Burgess (i): 236,207
  • (D) Carol Iannuzzi: 147,791

State Senator, District 12

  • (R) Jane Nelson (i): 189,384
  • (D) Shadi Zitoon: 120,570

State Rep., District 63

  • (R) Tan Parker (i): 67,512
  • (D) Leslie Peeler: 33,163

State Rep., District 64

  • (R) Lynn Stucky (i): 43,815
  • (D) Angela Brewer: 36,197

State Rep., District 65

  • (R) Kronda Thimesch: 34,786
  • (D) Michelle Beckley (i): 37,425

District Judge, 431st Judicial District

  • (R) Jim Johnson: 206,033
  • (D) Diana Weitzel: 154,689

Denton County Sheriff

  • (R) Tracy Murphree (i): 254,786
  • (D) Freyja Odinsdottir (write-in): 15,932

Denton County Commissioner, Precinct 3

  • (R) Bobbie Mitchell (i): 39,821
  • (D) Delia Parker-Mims: 29,252

Argyle Town Council

Place 1

  • Bryan Livingston (i): 1,161
  • Tom Irwin: 952

Place 3

  • Sherri Myers (i): 1,262
  • Richard Spies: 885

Place 5

  • Rick Bradford: 1,239
  • CB Standridge: 826

Prop A

  • For: 1,423
  • Against: 1,384

Prop B

  • For: 1,382
  • Against: 846

Town of Bartonville

Prop A

  • For: 819
  • Against: 133

Copper Canyon Town Council

Place 5

  • Bill Castleman (i): 245
  • Jeffrey Alan Mayer: 556

Prop A

  • For: 672
  • Against: 162

Denton City Council

Place 5

  • Deb Armintor (i): 25,251
  • Rick Baria: 20,048

Place 6

  • Jim Mann: 18,421
  • Paul Meltzer (i): 19,842
  • Liam York: 5,508

Place 7 (Mayor)

  • Keely Briggs: 22,711
  • Gerard Hudspeth: 19,793
  • Michael Mitchell: 4,418

District 1

  • Birdia Johnson: 4,904
  • George Michael Ferrie Jr.: 2,739

District 2

  • Ronnie Anderson: 3,037
  • Connie Baker: 3,129
  • Daniel Clanton: 1,221
  • Kady Irene Finley: 1,939
  • Jon Hohman: 1,576

Flower Mound Town Council

Place 2

  • Sandeep Sharma (i): 18,888
  • David Johnson: 16,642

Place 5

  • Claudio Forest (i): 8,652
  • Ann Martin: 25,515

Harvest (Belmont Fresh Water Supply District #1)

Two four-year at-large seats

  • Charles Beagle (i): 294
  • Matthew Brown (i): 712
  • Travis Cooper: 746
  • Steven Glickman: 472

Northlake Town Council

Place 2

  • James Lambert (i): 987
  • Michael C. Ganz: 1,012

Argyle ISD

Place 1

  • Craig Hawkesworth (i): 3,704
  • Phyllis Clark: 3,512

Place 2

  • Dr. John Bitter (i): 3,802
  • Chad Gibson: 3,284

Northwest ISD

Place 6

  • Lillian Rauch (i): 24,774
  • Jennifer Zazula: 12,615

Place 7

  • Ron Hastings (i): 14,459
  • Jennifer Murphy: 22,496

Prop A

  • For: 20,098
  • Against: 29,593

Prop B

  • For: 17,123
  • Against: 32,621

Prop C

  • For: 14,355
  • Against: 35,220

Prop D

  • For: 21,953
  • Against: 27,627

Prop E

  • For: 17,452
  • Against: 31,131

About The Author

Mark Smith

Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

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