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[Newsa] Primary Day polling locations

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Ted Cruz fought off Donald Trump on his home turf behind the support of hardline conservatives and white evangelicals in Texas, according to an exit poll survey of primary voters Tuesday. Hillary Clinton got a big boost from minorities in a resounding victory in the delegate-rich state, where nearly half of Democratic voters believe the next president should generally continue the policies of President Barack Obama. Here in the Coastal Bend there were some very close races and an upset for current District Attorney Mark Skurka. Highlights: Current Nueces County District Attorney Mark Skurka lost to challenger Mark Gonzalez. District 27 Congressman Blake Farenthold has defeated challenger Gregg Deeb Former Nueces County Sheriff Larry Olivarez has defeated Jose Olivarez Texas Democratic Primary President - 72% reporting Hillary Clinton - 730-290 - 66% Bernie Sanders - 353,607 - 32% US Representative District 27 - 94% reporting Raul Barrera - 15,365 - 50% Ray Madrigal - 11,006 - 36% Wayne Raasch - 4,267 - 13% Justice, 13th Court of Appeals, Place 3 - 56% reporting Leticia Hinojosa - 35,562 - 63% Carlos Valdez - 21,328 - 37% Texas Republican Primary President - 79% reporting Ted Cruz - 1,068,181 - 44% Donald Trump - 660,998 - 27% Marco Rubio - 426,354 - 17% John Kasich - 102,668 - 4% US Representative District 27 - 94% reporting Blake Farenthold (incumbent) - 41,097 - 55% Gregg Deeb - 32,832 - 44% US Representative District 34 - 53% reporting Rey Gonzalez Jr. - 8,191 - 48% Willie Vaden - 8,689 - 51% Nueces County - Republican Primary: Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1 - 100% reporting Jo Woosley - 4,574 - 46% Wendy Herman - 2,977 - 30% Gloria Garcia-Madrigal - 2,479 - 25% Nueces County - Democratic Primary: 214th District Judge - 100% reporting Jose Longoria (incumbent) - 12,613 - 63% Deborah Rios - 7,273 - 37% District Attorney, 105th Judicial District - 100% reporting Mark A. Gonzalez - 11,772 - 56% Mark Skurka (incumbent) - 9,321 - 44% Nueces County Sheriff - 100% reporting Larry Olivarez - 11,946 - 60% Jose Olivares - 8,039 - 40% Nueces Co. Commissioner, Pct 3 - 100% reporting  (*Runoff election in May) Joe A. Gonzalez - 1,668 - 30%* John Marez - 1,472 - 26%* John Martinez - 1,406 - 25% Jesus Jesse Gonzalez - 524 - 9% Joel Stanley Mumphord - 300 - 5% Dick Mitchell - 208 - 4% Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 - 100% reporting Alex Garcia - 4,326 - 56% Chris Garcia - 3,389 - 44% Constable, Precinct 1 - 100% reporting Robert Bobby Cisneros - 5,287 - 73% Juan 'Mike' I. Valverde - 1,995 - 27% Constable, Precinct 3 - 100% reporting Jimmy Rivera  482 - 65% Adolfo G. Contreras - 257 - 35% Constable, Precinct 5 - 100% reporting Frank Flores III - 1,160 - 49% Gilbert Gomez - 756 - 32% Oscar B. Mendoza Jr. - 467 - 20% San Patricio County - Republican Primary Sheriff - 100% reporting Leroy Moody (incumbent) - 4,962 - 78% Jim Isbell - 1,418 - 22% County Attorney - 100% reporting Tamara Cochran-May - 3,650 - 65% Desiree Voth - 1,952 - 35% Constable, Precinct 6 - 100% reporting Ronald Howe - 1,061 - 53% D.R. Perkins - 947 - 47% San Patricio County - Democratic Primary Juan C. Gonzales - 760 - 59% Kenneth W. Rodriguez - 530 - 41% Aransas County - Republican Primary Sheriff - 100% reporting Bill Mills (incumbent) - 2,734 - 52% Eli Ramos - 2,500 - 48% Refugio County - Republican Primary County Commissioner, Precinct 3 - 100% reporting Gary Bourland - 216 - 58% Gary L. Wright - 156 - 42% Sheriff - 100% reporting Robert A. Bolcik (incumbent) - 501 - 51% Andy Lopez Jr. - 427 - 44% Tomas A. Gomez - 53 - 5%

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