Odessa, Texas/March 2, 2022-The Ector County Precinct 4 races yielded a new Justice of the Peace and a new Democratic candidate for Ector County Commissioner, Precinct 4 ending the tenure of Armando Rodriguez.
Savannah Castellon Morales received 257 votes in early voting and 204 votes in the March 1st Texas Primary Elections, bringing her total to 461 votes, Morales received 60.90% of the vote. Armando Rodriguez, the current Ector County Commissioner, Precinct 4 received 176 votes in early voting, 120 votes in the March 1st Primary Elections, bringing his total to 296 votes, receiving only 39.10% of votes.
Democrat, Savannah Castellon Morales, one Republican and Albert Mata, an independent candidate will be running for Ector County Commissioner, Precinct 4 in November of this year.
(Savannah Castellon Morales, Defeats Armando Rodriquez, Ector County Commissioner, Pct. 4)
The Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 has a new judge. Elizabeth Baeza, an Ector County Sheriff’s Deputy working in the Civil Division, eliminated Jesse M. Porras and Alford Littleton.
Jesse M. Porras received 84 votes in early voting, 60 votes in the March 1st Texas Primary, acquiring a total of 144 votes, receiving only 18.37% of the vote.
Elizabeth Baeza received 234 votes in early voting, and 189 voting in March 1st Primary elections, a total of 423 votes, receiving 53.95% of total votes.
Alford Littleton, received 125 votes in early voting, 92 votes in the March 1st Texas Primary, acquiring a total of 217 votes, 27.68% of the vote.
(Elizabeth Baeza, Ector County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4-Elect)
Cindy Weir-Nutter will be in a run-off with Lori Ruiz-Crutcher. Cindy Weir-Nutter received 45.02% of the vote and Lori Ruiz-Crutcher received 32.26% of the vote. Dennis Jones only received 22.72% of the vote.
Brooks Landgraf was re-elected to Texas State Representative, District 81 defeating Casey Gray. This State Representative race targeted Landgraf with allegations of marital infidelity and corruption that were not officially proven.
(Brooks Landgraf, Re-elected to Texas State Representative, District 81)
Representative Brooks Landgraf, received 4, 110 votes in early voting and 3, 766 votes in the March 1st Texas Primary, receiving a total of 7,876 votes, acquiring 78.78% of votes.
Casey Gray received 1,032 votes during early voting, 1,090 votes in the Texas Primary. Casy Gray received a total of 2, 122 votes, 21.22% of the total votes.