SAN ANGELO, Texas — (Update: 10:30 p.m, May 24, 2022) — Lane Carter has won the Republican primary runoff election against Todd Kolls.

Three other races were decided in Tom Green County. Stacye Speck won against Ron Perry in the runoff for Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace, Shawn Nanny beat Bill Ford for Precinct 4 County Commissioner, and Beth Uherik defeated Steve Hampton for the nomination for Precinct 215 Chair.

(7:00 p.m.) — Runoffs for the 2022 Texas primary election are underway today, Tuesday, May 24, 2022.

March primary races that did not see a candidate win at least 50% of the vote will be decided today. Results will be reported as they are received.

Runoffs in Tom Green County

TGC Judge: Lane Carter and Todd Kolls

Lane Carter and Todd Kolls face off to decide who will be the Republican candidate for the seat being vacated by Judge Stephen C. Floyd.

In the final results of the March primary election, Carter received 3,878 votes (35% of all votes cast) and Kolls received 3,534 votes (32% of all votes cast.)

TGC Commissioner, Precinct 4: Shawn Nanny and Bill Ford

In the final results of the March primary election, Nanny received 799 votes (26% of all votes cast) and Ford received 781 votes (25% of all votes cast)

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3: Ron Perry and Stacye Speck

In the final results of the March primary election, Perry received 1,162 votes (47% of all votes cast) and Speck received 1,095 votes (445 of all votes cast)

Concho Valley Homepage will post the latest results of state and county primary runoffs starting at 7:00 p.m.