Tuesday, April 21, 2009

D4 Election Results

With 37 of the district's 45 precincts counted, Navarro is up 2,689-2,037 over Kramer. That's a margin of 49.58%-37.56%. So far, 5,424 Democratic primary votes have been cast compared to 7,658 cast last year. If another 2,000 votes were cast and 10% of those votes went to candidates other than Kramer and Navarro, Kramer would need 61% of the remaining 1,800 votes to catch Navarro. That seems extremely unlikely.

Robin Ficker is blowing away the other two Republicans with 61% of the vote at the moment. He is a sure winner of the Republican nomination.