According to the unofficial results published by the El Paso County Elections Department, the following are the results in the 2022 El Paso Primaries.
Although this was a primary to determine who will represent the party, in El Paso Democrats traditionally prevail on Election Day. As such, it our belief that the Democratic Party winners will likely be declared the winners in November.
United States Representative, District 16
The winner is Veronica Escobar. (87.3%)
State Representative, District 75
The winner is Claudia Ordaz Perez (65%).
State Board of Education, District 1
There will be a runoff between Melissa Ortega (43%) and Laura Marquez (33%).
State Representative District 75
The winner is Mary Gonzalez (73.36%)
Court of Appeals Justice, District 8, Place 2
The winner is Lisa Soto (54%)
District Judge, Judicial District 327
In this race, Monique Reyes (31%) and Chris Anchondo (29%) will face off in a runoff.
County Court of Law No. 2
The winner is Julie Gonzalez (76%).
County Court of Law No. 3
There will be a runoff between Melissa Baeza (36%) and Monica Perez (33%).
The winner is Delia Briones (64%).
County Commissioner, Precinct 2
The incumbent, David Stout (43%) will face Judy Gutierrez (40%) in a runoff.
County Commissioner, Precinct 4
In a tight race, Sergio Lewis (38%) has forced incumbent Carl Robinson (35%) into a runoff.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2
The winner is Brian Haggerty (56%).
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 5
Lucilla Najera (37%) has forced incumbent John-John Chapman (34%) into a runoff for a second time.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 6, Place 1
The winner is Ruben Lujan (57%).
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 6, Place 2
The winner is Nina Serna (56%).
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 7
The winner is Humberto Enriquez (52%).
For the Republican races, the results are as follows. Readers should note that Democrats traditionally win in El Paso in November.
County Commissioner, Precinct No. 4
Blanca Trout (37%) will face David Adams (37%) in a runoff.
Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 7
The winner is Ida Baeza Gardner (73%).
I live in Pct#4 and voted for Adams whom I do not know any more than I know Ms. Trout. But I know one thing – Adam’s people called me and listened to me rant about my country issues, mainly UMC/EPCH and transparency. I let them put a sign in my yard, always a risk in these contentious times but my neighbors are peaceful people, even the guy up the street with the Trump signs 🙂
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