23 Sep

Cameron County primary results available

first_img Share By Gaige [email protected] results below are the unofficial, uncanvassed figures on voter turnout and cast ballots in Cameron County for the U.S. Presidential election. Figures show the top three persons based on number of votes they received.A full, unofficial list of Cameron County’s election results and early voting turnout can be found at the links below:Democratic Primary Election results: https://www.cameroncounty.us/elections/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/dem.pdfRepublican Primary Election results: https://www.cameroncounty.us/elections/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/scan0062.pdfDemocratic Primary Early Voting Turnout: https://www.cameroncounty.us/elections/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DEM_PRIME_02282020.pdfRepublican Primary Early Voting Turnout: https://www.cameroncounty.us/elections/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/REP_PRIME_02282020.pdf President of the United StatesDemocratBernie Sanders – 33. 39 percentEarly voting: 5,515Election Day: 4,576Mail-in: 379Total: 10,470Joe Biden – 23.95 percentEarly voting: 2,720Election day: 4,370Main-in: 418Total: 7,508Mike Bloomberg – 20.27 percentEarly voting:Election Day: 92Total: 331_________________________RepublicanDonald J. Trump (Incumbent) – 92.68 percentEarly voting: 3,922Election Day: 3,400Mail-in: 298Total: 7,620Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente Guerra – 1.19 percentEarly voting: 61Election Day: 36Mail-in: 1Total: 98Bill Weld – 0.91 percentEarly voting: 38Election Day: 37Mail-in: 0Total: 75_________________________Voter TurnoutCameron CountyRegistered voters: 212,982Democrat ballots (total): 34,230Republican ballots (total): 8,327Dem. early voting: 18,948Rep. early voting: 4,338Dem. Election Day: 13,647Rep. Election Day: 3,679Mail-in (Dem): 1,635Mail-in (Rep): 310Precincts: 103Port IsabelDem early voting: 759Rep. early voting: 451Primary election tallies from SPI, LV, and PI polling places are being gathered. center_img RelatedEarly voting begins across stateBy DAVID LOPEZ [email protected] Early voting for the Texas primary runoff election began this past Monday. Early voting for the state’s Democratic and Republican elections was initially scheduled for May 26 but was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Early voting will run until July 10, with primary election day…July 4, 2020In “News”Runoff set in District 34 Congressional race, Sheriff winsBy COLE AVERY Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS Although too close to call, the field of 11 candidates for the new U.S. Congressional District 34 seat may dwindle to four following Tuesday’s primary election. According to unofficial results, and as of 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, Filemon Vela clinched a spot on what’s…May 30, 2012In “Gallery”Saenz, Vela win bigBy MONICA ZUÑIGA Special to the PRESS Races left unresolved in the Democratic and Republican primaries were settled in runoff elections Tuesday. The following are unofficial tallies with 100 percent of the precincts reporting. In the Democratic District 34 Congressional race, Filemon Vela was the victor with 66.63 percent of…August 2, 2012In “Gallery”last_img

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