David K and the Strelz have both made a similar point that I think needs a little clarification.
Both have referred to the number of votes that each of the candidates have received in the primary race.
Under most circumstances it would be an interesting comparison, but there is one factor that makes the comparison inaccurate.
Moody didn't have an opponent, so naturally there will be less votes for Moody in an uncontested primary.
Margo was locked in a race with two other candidates that were churning out people to the polls so the numbers are higher on the Republican side than on the Democratic side.