There were six races Tuesday night in three local counties. All but one of the Republicans elected are unopposed in November.
Through Friday, citizens can cast their vote early in a handful of statewide races and for some local candidates, depending on which county you live.
GREENVILLE - Candidates for five area runoff races July 31 will take part in a candidate forum Monday in Greenville.
LEONARD - Perry, who received 68 percent of the vote, defeated Penny Edwards.
GREENVILLE - The race for the Hunt County Sheriff’s post is apparently over, after the only candidate set to challenge incumbent Randy Meeks this fall has withdrawn.
DALLAS - Listen to KETR Friday at 8 p.m. for live coverage of the one-on-one debate between Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz as they battle for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate.
PARIS - A hand recount conducted Friday in Lamar County has affirmed the re-election of Madaline Chance, who defeated Randy Boren for Constable Precinct 1 on May 29.
By June 9, the sightline along Northeast Texans roadways will be a little clearer, as campaign signs are to be removed by candidates who were seeking office in Tuesday’s primary.
These are unofficial final numbers for Tuesday’s primary elections for Hunt, Hopkins, Delta, Fannin, Lamar and Rains counties, as well as some regional races.
After a fairly strong early voting period in Northeast Texas, just hours remain for citizens to cast ballots in Tuesday's primary election.