The 2016 Texas Primary Runoff was held on May 24 with several statewide and regional races deciding the party nominees for races unresolved from the March Primaries.

One of the most heated elections is the U.S. District 19 race in the Republican Primary between Jodey Arrington and Glen Robertson. Another Lubbock County race of note include Lubbock County Constable, Precinct 1 between C.J. Peterson and challenger Brenda Willis.

RACE Early Votes Total Votes
REPUBLICAN RUN-OFFS
19th Congressional District
Jodey Arrington 15,427 (54.76%) 25,214 (53.66%)
Glen Robertson 12,743 (45.23%) 21,749 (46.33%)
Railroad Commissioner
Wayne Christian 104,902 (47.37%) 192,050 (50.87%)
Gary Gates 116,519 (52.62%) 185,462 (49.12%)
Court of Criminal Appeals Pl. 2
Mary Lou Keel 109,258 (51.23%) 184,821 (50.97%)
Ray Wheless 103,985 (48.76%) 177,728 (49.02%)
Court of Criminal Appeals Pl. 5
Scott Walker 120,168 (57.29%) 206,773 (57.92%)
Brent Webster 89,562 (42.70%) 150,191 (42.07%)
RACE Early Votes Total Votes
State Senator, District 24
Dawn Buckingham 15,195 (60.69%) 26,413 (61.34%)
Susan King 9,841 (39.30%) 16,645 (38.65%)
Lubbock County Constable
Precinct 4
C.J. Peterson 1,366 (57.20%) 2,173 (59%)
Brenda Willis 1,022 (42.80%) 1,510 (41%)
RACE Early Votes Total Votes
DEMOCRAT RUN-OFFS
Railroad Commissioner
Cody Garrett 58,145 (45.95%) 86,683 (46.08%)
Grady Yarbrough 68,394 (54.04%) 101,401 (53.91%)
100% Reporting for All Races