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Hardin County Primary Elections results

March 7, 2018

The Hardin County Republican and Democrat Primary Election Day was Tuesday, March 6.  Most candidates ran unopposed in their party, with two exceptions.


For the County Clerk race, incumbent Glenda Alston ended up with around 75% of the votes and will be the Republican nominee.  The Justice of the Peace Precinct 6 Republican nominee will be incumbent Jackie Breedlove Werner.  Neither candidate will be facing a Democrat opponent in the General Election.


Hardin County Judge Wayne McDaniel ran unopposed in the Primary and said, “I have enjoyed serving all citizens of Hardin County.  I appreciate every vote and look forward to continuing to work hard for you for the next four years!”


Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Charles Brewer said, “I feel very fortunate, honored, and blessed to be the official nominee for the Republican Party in the upcoming 2018 General Election for the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct 2.  I will not face a Democratic opponent in the 2018 General Election, and for that, I am very grateful.  Serving as the Justice of the Peace in Pct. 2 has proven to be one of the greatest experiences of my life.  After 21 years of law enforcement service to Hardin County, I was privileged and honored to have been elected to this office on November 4th, 2014.  I can say that serving as Justice of the Peace has given me the feeling of equal fulfillment through continued public service in the Justice Court and I look forward continuing to do so for many more years.  I assure you that I will continue to work hard for all of our residents in a fair and impartial, professional manner and will put forth every effort to continue serving our great community with the highest honor and integrity.  I deeply appreciate the support and encouragement that so many have provided me, but most importantly, I appreciate the prayers and ask for continued support in the upcoming 2018 General Election and beyond.”


Precinct 4 Commissioner Alvin Roberts stated, “I am looking forward to once again serving Pct. 4 and the citizens of Hardin County.  I will continue to strive to make Hardin County a great place to live as we continue to grow.  Thanks for affording me the opportunity.”


State Representative District 19 James White said, ”My focus is working with our local churches and officials in facilitating the recovery of my fellow citizens who have experienced the greatest disaster in National history.  I’m proud to represent these outstanding Texans in the Texas House.”


emocrat filings:

Thomas “Tony” Templeton – Justice of the Peace Pct. 5 – 101 votes, 100%


Republican filings:

County Judge: incumbent Wayne McDaniel, Jr. – 3235 votes, 100%

County Clerk:  incumbent Glenda Alston – 2733 votes, 75%; Jerry Jordan – 911 votes, 25%

District Clerk:  incumbent Dana Hogg – 3089 votes, 100%

County Treasurer:  incumbent Deborah McWilliams – 3026 votes, 100%

County Commissioner Pct. 2: incumbent Chris Kirkendall – 696 votes, 100%

County Commissioner Pct. 4: incumbent Alvin Roberts – 952 votes, 100%

Justice of the Peace Pct. 1:  incumbent Chris Ingram – 303 votes, 100%

Justice of the Peace Pct. 2:  incumbent Charles Brewer – 426 votes, 100%

 Justice of the Peace Pct. 3: incumbent T.J. Hall – 747 votes, 100%

Justice of the Peace Pct. 4:  incumbent Kent Walker – 344 votes, 100%

Justice of the Peace Pct. 5:  Melissa “Missy” Minton – 1008 votes, 100%

Justice of the Peace Pct. 6:  Amy Enloe – 152 votes, 27.89%; Jackie Breedlove Werner, incumbent – 393 votes, 72.11%

Constable Pct. 6:  Ross Jordan – 442 votes, 100%

County Chairman (Republican), Kent Batman – 2976 votes, 100%

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