DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

 denotes winner * denotes runoff (I) denotes incumbent 67.1% of state precincts, 100% of county precincts

Statewide Votes Percent

Denton County Votes Percent

President Bob Ely 10,686 2.5 58 1.5  Barack Obama (I) 376,868 87.9 3,764 94.4 Darcy G. Richardson 18,608 4.3 55 1.4 John Wolfe 22,386 5.2 109 2.7 U.S. senator Addie Dainell Allen 82,561 22.9 809 21.5 Sean Hubbard 57,896 16.0 942 25.0 * Paul Sadler 125,904 34.9 1,458 38.7 * Grady Yarbrough 94,551 26.2 558 14.8 U.S. representative, District 24  Tim Rusk XXX,XXX XX.X 852 100 U.S. representative, District 26  David Sanchez XXX,XXX XX.X 2,875 100 Railroad commissioner  Dale Henry 322,957 100 3,654 100 Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6  Michele Petty 318,592 100 3,635 100 Presiding judge, Court of Criminal Appeals  Keith Hampton 312,308 100 3,611 100 State representative, District 64  Mary Brown 1,242 100 State representative, District 65  Gary Brown 1,097 100 Constable, Precinct 6  Kenneth D. Williams 820 100 Chairman, Denton County Democratic Party John McClelland 1,668 44.8  Phyllis Wolper (I) 2,059 55.2 Referendum 1: Any graduate of a Texas high school, who has lived in the state for at least three years and lived here continuously for the last year, should be eligible for in-state tuition at state-supported colleges and universities and given the opportunity to earn legal status through a higher education or military service.  Yes 356,280 85 3,465 88.5 No 62,950 15 451 11.5 Referendum 2: Because a college education is increasingly necessary for jobs that allow our citizens to achieve middle-class lifestyles and become the entrepreneurs who create the jobs that our economy relies on, we call on the Texas Legislature to fund colleges and universities such that tuition and fees can be affordable to all Texans.  Yes 389,904 92.5 3,726 94.5 No 31,596 7.5 217 5.5 Referendum 3: Should the Texas Legislature allow the people of Texas to vote to legalize casino gambling with all funds generated being used only for education?  Yes 312,289 73.8 2,832 71.9 No 110,989 26.2 1,107 28.1