Navarro County’s unofficial results of the Congressional District 6 special runoff election show Susan Wright take the lead with 1,789 votes, against Jake Ellzey, 1,398. According to unofficial returns, Ellzey maintained a slight lead over Wright in Ellis and Tarrant counties by 8:30 p.m.
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Navarro County’s polls closed Tuesday evening, July 27, ending the Congressional District 6 special election runoff, to fill the unexpired term on former Congressman Ron Wright. Early voting returns show Susan Wright in the lead with 801 votes, against Jake Ellzey, 652.
Gov. Greg Abbott set Tuesday, July 27 as the date for special runoff election between Republicans Susan Wright and Jake Ellzey to fill the 6th Congressional District seat vacated by the late Congressman Ron Wright.
A runoff for a U.S. House seat in Texas is set between Republican Susan Wright, whose husband was the first member of Congress to die after being diagnosed with COVID-19, and Republican Jake Ellzey.
To the Editor: Now that we are down to two individuals in the race for the next Representative for Texas Congressional District 6, we can compare and contrast candidates.
In the closing days of this election Jake Ellzey and Cody Harris continue to make their final arguments to voters before the runoff election on May 22. At the Moontower at the Oaks in Corsicana Monday, candidates Ellzey and Harris urged voters to make sure they go to the polls again later this month. Both candidates urged supporters to call friends and take them to the polls.