Final voting totals are in for Grayson County Democrats and are as follows;

Final voting totals are in for Grayson County Democrats and are as follows;


United States Senator


Harry Kim — 68 early votes; 156 votes total or 14.87 percent


Maxey Marie Scherr — 88 early votes; 229 votes total or 21.83 percent


Michael "Fjet" Fjetland — 16 early votes; 242 votes total or 4 percent


David M. Alameel — 188 early votes; 376 votes total or 35.84 percent


Kesha Rogers — 111 early votes; 246 votes total or 23.45 percent


Governor


Wendy R. Davis — 459 early votes; 1,025 votes total or 92.09 percent


Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal — 41 early votes; 88 votes total or 7.91 percent


Lietuenant Governor


Leticia Van de Putte — 413 early votes; 942 votes total or 100 percent


Attorney General


Sam Houston — 433 early votes; 979 votes total or 100 percent


Comptroller of Public Accounts


Mike Collier — 422 early votes; 948 votes total or 100 percent


Commissioner of General Land office


John Cook — 427 early votes; 960 votes total or 100 percent


Commissioner of Agriculture


Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III — 120 early votes; 235 votes total or 22.6 percent


Richard "Kinky" Friedman — 168 early votes; 395 votes total or 37.98 percent


Jim Hogan — 178 early votes; 410 votes total or 39.42 percent


Railroad Commissioner


Steven Brown — 287 early votes; 635 votes total or 63.18 percent


Dale Henry — 164 early votes; 370 votes total or 36.82 percent


Cheif Justice, Supreme Court


William Moody — 429 early votes; 959 votes total or 100 percent


Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term


Lawrence Edward Meyers — 430 early votes; 957 votes total or 100 percent


Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7


Gina Benavides — 421 early votes; 936 votes total or 100 percent


Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3


John Granberg — 421 early votes; 951 votes total or 100 percent


County Chairman


Lander Bethel — 431 early votes; 962 votes total or 100 percent


Propositions:


Immigration Reform:


The United States Congress must pass immigration reform; including an earned path to citizenship for the those individuals contributing to economy and the dependents of those individuals. For 965 or 85.85 percent; Against 159 or 14.15 percent


A Living Wage for All Texans


Congress should pass legislation raising the federal minimum wage to at least 110 percent of the federal poverty level for a family of four without exception. For 1,037 or 91.53; Against 96 or 8.47


Medicaid Expansion


The Governor and the Texas Legislature should accept federal funds; as provided in the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act of 2010; for the expansion of Medicaid to provide coverage to millions of uninsured and underinsured Texas. For 991 or 88.17; Against 133 or 11.83


On Non-Discrimination Legislation


The Congress and the Texas Legislature should adopt legislation that expands protections against discriminations in employment; housing, and public accommodations based upon sexual orientation and gender identity. For 983 or 88; Against 134 or 12