If you are mainly wanting to see the box by box totals for all precincts to see Democrat vs. Republican numbers, I recommend looking at pages 5 and 6 of the “Canvass Results – Combined” report attached below. The Abbott/Beto contest is what we will go by for the next 4 years as far as which Precincts have either Republican or Democratic Presiding Judges for the General Elections. Precincts 24, 27, and 34 will have Democrat Presiding Judges and all of the other Precincts will have Republican Presiding Judges.
Precincts 26 and 41 were the only two that were semi-close to being 50/50 or a tie, but both went a little more in the Republicans’ favor. Precinct 26 has been pretty close for the past few General Elections. I wasn’t sure about Precinct 41, because that territory was expanded quite a bit during redistricting, but I thought it might be fairly close.
Precinct 32 went towards the Democrats in 2018, but it went in favor of the Republicans this time. SFA’s campus/dorms were part of Precinct 32 in the past, but now SFA’s campus and a few surrounding neighborhoods are Precinct 34 and it went in favor of the Democrats. Precinct 34 was a tiny Precinct in the past that only existed because the Justice of the Peace Office is located in it and it had to be drawn into Precinct 3. In redistricting, we basically expanded Precinct 34 where it took in SFA. Precincts 32, 33, and 34 were reshaped so that the number of voters in each was a little more evenly distributed.
If you want to see what happened where you worked on Election Day, I recommend looking at pages 5 and 6 of the “Canvass Results – Election Day” report below.
I want to thank all of you for making this election happen without any major problems. Everyone worked together well, which was the main thing that I asked, and I truly appreciate that.
Everyone should know that the Nacogdoches County Commissioners Court played a big role in making this election go well as they provided us with everything we needed in order to have a successful election. That is not always the case for a lot of Elections Offices in other Counties, so I truly appreciate that the Commissioners Court does listen to what I tell them and takes those things seriously.
Thank you again for being a part of this process. We have a wonderful family of Election Workers here. Lane, Vicki, and I are truly blessed to get to work with you. I won’t name a single MVP, but there were a lot of you who really stepped up to some new challenges and I appreciate it. Things really could not have gone better.
Todd Stallings – Nacogdoches County Elections Administrator