The sleepy main election season within the Dallas-Fort Worth area, which featured a handful of contested races for judicial candidates, ended with few surprises after Election Day on Tuesday.

One race for a justice place on Forth Worth’s Second Court of Appeals is headed for a runoff between Republican candidates Brian Walker and Elizabeth Beach, as is one race for the Dallas County Criminal District Court No. 3.

Here are the election outcomes for judicial elections in Dallas and Tarrant counties, in response to the Texas Secretary of State’s Office.

Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth

Justice, Place 2

Incumbent Justice Dana Womack, unopposed within the Republican Primary, has gained reelection. No one is operating on the Democratic facet in November.

Justice, Place 6

Incumbent Justice Mike Wallach, unopposed within the Republican Primary, will compete in November in opposition to Democratic challenger Delonia A. Watson, additionally unopposed in her main.

Justice, Place 7

The three-way race within the Republican Primary for this seat is headed to a runoff election between prime two vote-getters Brian Walker and Elizabeth Beach.

Republican Primary outcomes:

  • Walker — 48%
  • Beach — 36%
  • John P. Chupp —16%

Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas

Justice, Place 3

Incumbent Justice David Evans, unopposed within the Republican Primary, will compete in opposition to unopposed Democratic candidate Bonnie Lee Goldstein in November.

Justice, Place 6

Incumbent Justice David L. Bridges would be the Republican candidate in opposition to Democratic challenger Craig Smith in November. Both have been unopposed of their primaries.

Justice, Place 8

Incumbent Republican Bill Whitehill, unopposed in his main, will compete in November in opposition to Democratic challenger Dennise Garcia, additionally unopposed.

Dallas County District Courts

14th District Court

Incumbent Judge Eric V. Moyé, unopposed within the Democratic Primary, will face off in opposition to unopposed Republican candidate Jessica Voyce Lewis in November.

95th District Court

Democratic candidate Monica Purdy will go head-to-head in opposition to Republican candidate Mike Lee within the November basic election. They each ran unopposed of their primaries.

162nd District Court

Incumbent Judge Maricela Moore will turn out to be the Democratic candidate but once more after scoring a victory in her main. She will compete in November in opposition to unopposed Republican candidate Jordan Montgomery Lewis.

Democratic Primary outcomes:

  • Moore — 63%
  • Marilynn Mayse — 37%

254th District Court

Incumbent Republican Judge Ashley Wysocki, who was unopposed in her main, will compete in November in opposition to Democratic Primary winner Kim Brown.

Democratic Primary outcomes:

  • Brown — 54%
  • Sandre Streete Moncriffe — 31%
  • Marty Jo Taylor — 15%

Dallas County Criminal District Court No. 2

Incumbent Judge Nancy Kennedy, who was unopposed within the Democratic Primary, has gained reelection as there isn’t any Republican candidate opposing her in November.

Dallas County Criminal District Court No. 3

The race for this bench is headed to a runoff after nobody earned 51% of the vote within the Democratic Primary. The runoff between Teresa Jan Hawthorne and Audra Ladawn Riley will determine the race, as there isn’t any Republican candidate operating for the bench.

Democratic Primary outcomes:

  • Hawthorne — 39%
  • Riley — 34%
  • Alison Grinter Allen — 27%

Dallas County Criminal District Court No. 3

Incumbent Judge Dominique Collins, unopposed within the Democratic Primary, has gained reelection to her bench. There is not any Republican candidate operating in opposition to her in November.

Tarrant County District Courts

17th District Court

Incumbent Judge Melody Wilkinson, unopposed within the Republican Primary, has gained reelection to her bench. No one is operating for the seat on the Democratic facet in November.

48th District Court

Incumbent Judge David Evans, unopposed within the Republican Primary, will compete in November in opposition to unopposed Democratic challenger Lawrence Meyers.

67th District Court

Incumbent Judge Don Cosby would be the Republican candidate dealing with off in November in opposition to Democratic challenger Matthew Hegeman. Both have been unopposed of their primaries.

96th District Court

Republican Primary winner Pat Gallagher will go on to the November basic election in opposition to Democratic candidate Tim Brandenburg, who was unopposed in his main.

Republican Primary outcomes:

  • Gallagher — 58%
  • Chris Taylor — 34%
  • Shane Nolen — 8%

153rd District Court

Incumbent Judge Susan McCoy is about to be the Republican candidate, and can compete in opposition to Democratic challenger Alisha Darden within the November basic election. Both have been unopposed of their primaries.

213th District Judge

Republican incumbent Judge Chris Wolfe, unopposed in his main, will compete in opposition to Demoratic challenger Lakesha Smith, additionally unopposed.

342nd District Court

Judge Kimberly Fitzpatrick, the incumbent Republican who was unopposed in her main, will go on to compete in opposition to unopposed Democratic challenger Valerie Baston in November.

348th District Court

The Republican candidate in November shall be incumbent Judge Megan Fahey, who will face off in opposition to Democratic challenger Maryellen W. Hicks. Both have been unopposed of their primaries.

352nd District Court

Incumbent Judge Josh Burgess, a Republican, will compete in opposition to Democratic candidate Olyn Poole within the November election. Both ran unopposed of their primaries.

360th District Court

Unopposed incumbent Judge Patricia Baca Bennett is the Republican candidate, whereas Michael Munoz will problem her because the unopposed Democratic candidate in November.

396th District Court

Incumbent Judge George Gallagher, a Republican who was unopposed in his main, has gained reelection to his bench. No one is operating in opposition to him on the Democratic facet in November.

Tarrant County Criminal District Court No. 2

Incumbent Judge Wayne Salvant, unopposed within the Republican main, will run in opposition to Democratic challenger Karen Williams, additionally unopposed, within the November election.

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