Meyer Dominated in Park Cities Precincts

Purple = Meyer; Mint green = Westcott; Dark green = Alley; Brown = tie

Purple = Meyer; Mint green = Westcott; Dark green = Alley; Brown = tie

This map, which was generated by the Dallas County Elections Department’s website, is color-coded by precinct victories in Texas House District 108. The purple precincts are the ones won by Morgan Meyer. The mint green ones went to Chart Westcott. The few dark green precincts went to Court Alley. And the brown precincts are the ones where there were ties.

I wish there was a way to zoom in and not have to show you the entire county, but there isn’t — at least not without distorting the image’s resolution. So let me try to help you get your bearings. See the purple portion sticking out on the west side? It’s bounded by Northwest Highway to the north, Love Field to the west, and Lovers Lane to the south. And you see the curved line that forms the western edge of the top mint green precincts? That’s Central Expressway. (Looking at this map may also help.)

So that means Meyer won every precinct in the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, Bluffview, Devonshire, and Greenway Parks. But Westcott captured plenty of votes east of Central. So the two candidates will keep competing until the May 27 runoff.

By Dan Koller Mar. 5, 2014 | 4:15 am | 2 Comments | Comments RSS
2 comments to "Meyer Dominated in Park Cities Precincts"
  1. Real McCoy @ March 5, 2014 at 10:57 am
    Is Chart going to keep this charade up for another three months? Surely he’s wasted enough of his Dad’s money already…

  2. The Other McCoy @ March 5, 2014 at 1:19 pm
    Real McCoy, sounds like you are jealous of the Westcotts success. All of your comments ooze of envy. I’ve known Chart for a long time(no I don’t work for him)and he is a great guy who really cares about others. Can you really hold a grudge/bitterness because his family is successful. I wish Chart the best and I hope you enjoy smearing families names in the comment section of a website very few people care about.

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