Travis County Results for the Primary Run-off and Special Election

Local voters make a statement in D.A. race and others

Returns include in-person early voting, Election Day ballots, and ballots by mail. They reflect Travis County votes solely, and do not include returns from other counties. Find statewide election results at the Texas Secretary of State’s Elections Division website. (*) denotes incumbent

See Thursday’s issue for interviews and analysis.

Texas Democratic Primary Run-Off

U.S. Senator

Royce West 51,760 (43%)
Mary “MJ” Hegar 68,603 (57%)

U.S. Rep., District 10

Pritesh Gandhi 14.461 (44.67%)
Mike Siegel 17,910 (55.33%)

U.S. Rep., District 17

Rick Kennedy 5,868 (52.96%)
David Anthony Jaramillo 5,213 (47.04%)

Railroad Commissioner

Chrysta Castañeda 87,347 (76.64%)
Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo 26,633 (23.37%)

Travis County District Attorney

José Garza 81,584 (68.3%)
Margaret Moore* 37,874 (31.7%)

Judge, Travis County Court at Law No. 4

Dimple Malhotra* 63,130 (55.21%)
Margaret Chen Kercher 51,215 (44.79%)

Travis County Attorney

Laurie Eiserloh 51,053 (43.22%)
Delia Garza 67,063 (56.78%)

Travis County Commissioner, Precinct 3

Valinda Bolton 10,850 (34.76%)
Ann Howard 20,365 (65.24%)



Texas Republican Primary Run-Off

U.S. Rep., District 17

Pete Sessions 1,250 (55.09%)
Renée Swann 1,019 (44.91%)

U.S. Rep., District 35

Jenny Garcia Sharon 655 (59.33%)
“Guillermo” William Hayward 449 (40.67%)

Member, State Board of Education, District 5

Lani Popp 5,926 (75.21%)
Robert Morrow 1,953 (24.79%)

State Rep., District 47

Justin Berry 6,283 (54.57%)
Jennifer Fleck 5,231 (45.43%)



Special Election

State Senator, District 14

Sarah Eckhardt (D) 56,514 (51.10%)
Don Zimmerman (R) 12,151 (10.99%)
Jeff Ridgeway (I) 1,253 (1.13%)
Eddie Rodriguez (D) 38,400 (34.72%)
Pat Dixon (L) 1,189 (1.08%)
Waller Thomas Burns II (R) 1,079 (0.98%)

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