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Matt Schaefer, Matt Bingham, Carole Clark, Joel Baker victorious in Smith County elections

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Final results are in for several high-profile elections.

In the primary race for State House, District 6 Republican Matt Schaefer defeated challenger Skip Ogle. Schaefer will face Libertarian candidate Joel Gardner in the November general election.

In the Smith County Judge Republican primary, Joel Baker was victorious over challenger John Furlow. Baker had 11,483 votes, compared to John Furlow's 8,813.

Incumbent Matt Bingham won the Republican nomination for Smith County Criminal District Attorney, defeating challenger Austin Reeve Jackson. Bingham had 15,208 votes to Reeve's 5,268.

Incumbent Judge Carole Clark was also victorious this evening, defeating John R. Jarvis in the primary race for Smith Co. District Judge, 321st District Court by a vote of 13,262 to 7,206. 

Go to KLTV.com/elections for much more on today's elections.

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