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Canvassed returns released

The results are finalized for the Democratic and Republican primaries in Tyler County, and they were released in a canvass report released by County Clerk Donece Gregory.
Working from the top of the ballot to the bottom, the GOP primary results are as follows:
U.S. Senator
Geraldine Sam 70
Stefano de Stefano 35
Mary Miller 167
Ted Cruz (incumbent) 2853
Bruce Jacobson Jr., 143
U.S. Representative, District 36
Brian Babin 3108
Governor
Greg Abbott 3048
SECEDE Kilgore 62
Barbara Krueger 230
Lt. Governor
Dan Patrick 2356
Scott Milder 806
Attorney General
Ken Paxton 2726
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar 2558
Commissioner of the General Land Office
George P. Bush 2023
Jerry Patterson 700
Davey Edwards 158
Rick Range 178
Commissioner of Agriculture
Trey Blocker 695
Jim Hogan 958
Sid Miller 1093
Railroad Commissioner
Weston Martinez 1007
Christi Craddick 1667
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2
Jimmy Blacklock 2447
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4
John Devine 2447
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6
Jeff Brown 2437
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals
Sharon Keller 1277
David Bridges 1404
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7
Barbara Parker Kervey 2405
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8
Dib Waldrip 707
Jay Brandon 1019
Michelle Slaughter 891
Member, State Board of Education, District 7
Matt Robinson 2428
State Senator, District 3
Robert Nichols 2559
State Representative, District 19
James White 2987
Justice, 9th Court of Appeals District, Pl. 3
Leanne Johnson 2435
Justice, 9th Court of Appeals District, Pl. 4
Hollis Horton 2390
District Judge, Judicial District 1A
Dennis "Dan" Horn 1095
Delinda GibbsWalker 1929
Criminal District Attorney Tyler County
Amy Bythewood 439
Lucas Babin 2346
Jim Spencer 653
Proposition 1
In Favor 2051
Against 973
Proposition 2
In Favor 2980
Against 251
Proposition 3
In Favor 2791
Against 379
Proposition 4
In Favor 3016
Against 211
Proposition 5
In Favor 2603
Against 616
Proposition 6
In Favor 3173
Against 119
Proposition 7
In Favor 2480
Against 755
Proposition 8
In Favor 3181
Against 92
Proposition 9
In Favor 2988
Against 251
Proposition 10
In Favor 3050
Against 138
Proposition 11
In Favor 2874
Against 400
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
U.S. Senator
Sema Hernandez 81
Edward Kimbrough 144
Beto O'Rourke 91
U.S. Representative, District 36
Jon Powell 135
Dayna Steele 182
Governor
Andrew White 120
Cedric Davis Sr. 32
Joe Mumbach 5
Jeffrey Payne 34
Adrian Ocegueda 12
James Jolly Clark 5
Tom Wakely 8
Lupe Valez 41
Grady Yarbrough 53
Lt. Governor
Michael Collier 158
Michael Cooper 154
Attorney General
Justin Nelson 283
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Joi Chevalier 115
Tim Mahoney 189
Commissioner of the General Land Office
Miguel Suazo 139
Tex Morgan 171
Commissioner of Agriculture
Kim Olson 272
Railroad Commissioner
Chris Spellmon 158
Roman McAllen 143
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2
Steven Kirkland 279
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4
R.K. Sandill 274
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6
Kathy Cheng 277
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals
Maria T. (Terri) Jackson 276
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7
Ramona Franklin 274
Member, State Board of Education, District 7
Elizabeth "Eliz" Markowitz 277
State Senator, District 3
Shirley Layton 170
State Representative, District 19
Sherry Williams 271
County Commissioner, Pct. 4
Lavoy Eason 49
County Chairman
Robert M. Wood 287
Proposition 1: RIGHT TO A 21ST CENTURY PUBLIC EDUCATION
In Favor 305
Against 21
Proposition 2: STUDENT LOAN DEBT
In Favor 283
Against 34
Proposition 3: RIGHT TO HEALTHCARE
In Favor 292
Against 29
Proposition 4: RIGHT TO ECONOMIC SECURITY
In Favor 302
Against 20
Proposition 5: NATIONAL JOBS PROGRAM
In Favor 283
Against 33
Proposition 6: RIGHT TO CLEAN AIR, SAFE WATER, HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT
In Favor 317
Against 9
Proposition 7: RIGHT TO DIGNITY AND RESPECT
In Favor 295
Against 21
Proposition 8: RIGHT TO HOUSING
In Favor 274
Against 41
Proposition 9: RIGHT TO VOTE
In Favor 283
Against 35
Proposition 10: RIGHT TO FAIR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
In Favor 297
Against 17
Proposition 11: IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
In Favor 288
Against 35
Proposition 12: RIGHT TO FAIR TAXATION
In Favor 300
Against 22