Travis County Early Voting Results for the November 2020 General Election

From the top of the ticket to city and county races

The Travis County Clerk’s Office has released early voting results.

Please remember that these are ONLY the early voting numbers and ONLY the numbers for Travis County, and only contested races are listed. Follow the Chronicle's continuing coverage of Election Night on our live election feed.

President
Donald J. Trump* (R): 139,891 (25.3%)
Joseph R. Biden (D): 402,495 (72.8%)
Joe Jorgensen (L): 7,128 (1.29%)
Howie Hawkins (G): 1,676 (0.3%)

U.S. Senator
John Cornyn* (R): 153,701 (28.17%)
Mary “MJ” Hegar (D): 378,929 (69.45%)
Kerry Douglas McKennon (L): 9,502 (1.74%)
David B. Collins (G): 3,338 (0.61%)

U.S. Rep., District 10
Michael McCaul* (R): 36,626 (27.81%)
Mike Siegel (D): 92,069 (69.9%)
Roy Eriksen (L): 3,012 (2.29%)

U.S. Rep., District 17
Pete Sessions (R): 17,418 (27.47%)
Rick Kennedy (D): 43,640 (68.82%)
Ted Brown (L): 2,353 (3.71%)

U.S. Rep., District 21
Chip Roy* (R): 25,748 (23.09%)
Wendy R. Davis (D): 82,468 (73.96%)
Arthur DiBianca (L): 2,412 (2.16%)
Tommy Wakely (R): 874 (0.78%)

U.S. Rep., District 25
Roger Williams* (R): 57,661 (36.01%)
Julie Oliver (D): 99,676 (62.24%)
Bill Kelsey (L): 2,799 (1.75%)

U.S. Rep., District 35
Jenny Garcia Sharon (R): 11,391 (15.79%)
Lloyd Doggett* (D): 57,597 (79.86%)
Mark Loewe (L): 2,057 (2.85%)
Jason Mata Sr. (I): 1,081 (1.5%)

Railroad Commissioner
James “Jim” Wright (R): 147,063 (27.53%)
Chrysta Castañeda (D): 363,031 (67.96%)
Matt Sterett (L): 13,958 (2.61%)
Katija “Kat” Gruene (G): 10,094 (1.89%)

Chief Justice, Supreme Court
Nathan Hecht* (R): 148,451 (27.75%)
Amy Clark Meachum (D): 371,244 (69.41%)
Mark Ash (L): 15,192 (2.84%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Unexpired Term
Jane Bland* (R): 158,447 (29.81%)
Kathy Cheng (D): 373,148 (70.19%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
Jeff Boyd* (R): 148,369 (27.96%)
Staci Williams (D): 368,535 (69.46%)
William Bryan Strange III (L): 13,654 (2.57%)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8
Brett Busby* (R): 146,954 (27.74%)
Gisela D. Triana (D): 367,779 (69.41%)
Tom Oxford (L): 15,098 (2.85%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
Bert Richardson (R): 152,336 (28.99%)
Elizabeth Davis Frizell (D): 373,219 (71.01%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
Kevin Patrick Yeary* (R): 153,059 (29.13%)
Tina Clinton (D): 372,369 (70.87%)

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
David Newell* (R): 155,445 (29.68%)
Brandon Birmingham (D): 368,238 (70.32%)

Member, State Board of Education, District 5
Lani Popp (R): 60,793 (21.76%)
Rebecca Bell-Metereau (D): 207,384 (74.24%)
Stephanie Berlin (L): 11,168 (4.00%)

Member, State Board of Education, District 10
Tom Maynard (R): 83,934 (34.13%)
Marsha Burnett-Webster (D): 153,640 (62.47%)
Trip Seibold (L): 8,369 (3.40%)

State Senator, District 21
Frank Pomeroy (R): 7,930 (16.86%)
Judith Zaffirini* (D): 39,092 (83.14%)

State Senator, District 24
Dawn Buckingham* (R): 23,446 (57.07%)
Clayton Tucker (D): 17,640 (42.93%)

State Senator, District 47
Justin Berry (R): 58,553 (47.10%)
Vikki Goodwin* (D): 62,999 (50.68%)
Michael Clark (L): 2,756 (2.22%)

State Senator, District 48
Bill Strieber (R): 27,965 (28.81%)
Donna Howard* (D): 69,102 (71.19%)

State Senator, District 49
Charles Allan Meyer (R): 15,696 (16.70%)
Gina Hinojosa* (D): 75,561 (80.41%)
Kenneth M. Moore (L): 2,710 (2.88%)

State Senator, District 50
Larry Delarose (R): 24,885 (29.94%)
Celia Israel* (D): 58,239 (70.06%)

State Senator, District 51
Robert Reynolds (R): 9,946 (15.78%)
Eddie Rodriguez* (D): 53,096 (84.22%)

Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals
Jeff Rose* (R): 155,104 (29.63%)
Darlene Byrne (D): 368,444 (70.37%)

District Judge, 460th Judicial District
Geoffrey Puryear (R): 148,576 (28.87%)
Selena Alvarenga (D): 366,012 (71.13%)

District Attorney
Martin Harry (R): 150,354 (29.02%)
José Garza (D): 367,784 (70.98%)

County Judge
Michael Lovins (R): 151,042 (29.18%)
Andy Brown (D): 366,519 (70.82%)

Judge, County Court at Law No. 9
Kim Williams* (D): 370,482 (82.32%)
Christopher David (L): 79,566 (17.68%)

Sheriff
Raul Vargas (R): 150,142 (28.72%)
Sally Hernandez* (D): 372,721 (71.28%)

County Tax Assessor-Collector
Marilyn Jackson (R) : 139,967 (26.73%)
Bruce Elfant* (D): 358,440 (68.46%)
Erica Lockwood (L): 25,189 (4.81%)

County Commissioner, Precinct 1
Solomon Arcoven (R): 25,553 (22.77%)
Jeffrey Travillion* (D): 86,662 (77.23%)

County Commissioner, Precinct 3
Becky Bray (R): 73,405 (41.82%)
Ann Howard (D): 102,117 (58.18%)

Austin City Council, District 2
David Chincanchan: 4,524 (19.4%)
Casey Ramos: 4,568 (19.58%)
Vanessa Fuentes: 13,089 (56.12%)
Alex Strenger: 1,144 (4.9%)

Austin City Council, District 4
Greg Casar*: 10,627 (67.73%)
Louis C. Herrin III: 3,784 (24.12%)
Ramesses II Setepenre: 1,280 (8.16%)

Austin City Council, District 6
James “Jimmy” Flannigan*: 6,604 (38.25%)
Mackenzie Kelly: 6,202 (35.92%)
Jennifer Mushtaler: 3,423 (19.83%)
Dee Harrison: 1,037 (6.01%)

Austin City Council, District 7
Morgan Witt: 12,182 (32.16%)
Leslie Pool*: 25,703 (67.84%)

Austin City Council, District 10
Robert Thomas: 6,974 (16.18%)
Alison Alter*: 15,134 (35.12%)
Belinda Greene: 1,229 (2.85%)
Ben Easton: 737 (1.71%)
Noel Tristan: 332 (.77%)
Pooja Sethi: 7,807 (18.12%)
Jennifer Virden: 10,878 (25.24%)

Proposition A
Yes: 212,769 (58.82%)
No: 148,980 (41.18%)

Proposition B
Yes: 242,076 (67.84%)
No: 114,743 (32.16%)

AISD Board of Trustees, District 2
John Mckiernan-Gonzalez: 6,049 (38.35%)
Ofelia Maldonado Zapata: 12,896 (60.43%)
Adolphus “Andy” Anderson: 2,395 (11.22%)

AISD Board of Trustees, District 5
Piper Stege Nelson: 8,869 (25.01%)
Lynn Boswell: 13,625 (38.42%)
Jennifer Littlefield: 12,968 (36.57%)

AISD, At-Large Position 8
Jared Breckenridge: 25,159 (11.19%)
Mike Herschenfeld: 28,384 (12.63%)
Noelita Lugo: 68,409 (30.43%)
Leticia Moreno Caballero: 102,854 (45.75%)

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