Local Results


Travis County Judge

Sam Biscoe (D)*: 146,345 / 78.7%

Matt Turner (L): 39,555 / 21.3%


Travis County Clerk

James Crabtree (R): 66,054 / 30.3%

Dana DeBeauvoir (D)*: 139,399 / 64.0%

Allan Juranek (L): 12,496 / 5.7%


Travis County Treasurer

Dolores Ortega Carter (D)*: 148,412 / 81.0%

Robert Brushaber (L): 34,738 / 19.0%


Co. Commissioner, Pct. 2

Sarah Eckhardt (D): 45,659 / 83.0%

Glen Bonnet Jr. (L): 9,346 / 17.0%


Co. Commissioner, Pct. 4

Margaret J. Gómez (D)*: 25,331 / 83.2%

Tim Davis (L): 5,113 / 16.8%


Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2

Barbara Bembry (R)*: 37,832 / 65.5%

Matt Finkel (L): 19,906 / 34.5%


Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3

Melissa Goodwin (R)*: 27,728 / 40.2%

Susan K. Steeg (D): 37,270 / 54.0%

Robert B. McDonald (L): 4,068 / 5.9%


Justice of the Peace, Pct. 5

Herb Evans (D)*: 29,575 / 84.0%

Chris Crenshaw (L): 5,654 / 16.1%


299th District Judge

Madeleine Connor (R): 78,029 / 36.8%

Charlie Baird (D): 134,315 / 63.3%


419th District Judge

Ang. Mendoza-Waterhouse (R): 77,789 / 36.8%

Orlinda Naranjo (D): 133,546 / 63.2%



(Candidate: Travis Total • District Total)

3rd Court of Appeals, Place 2

Alan Waldrop (R)*: 82,381 / 38.4% • 253,398 / 51.5%

Jim Sybert Coronado (D): 131,975 / 61.6% • 238,748 / 48.5%


3rd Court of Appeals, Place 3

Will Wilson (R): 81,530 / 37.8% • 246,768 / 49.8%

Diane Henson (D): 134,026 / 62.2% • 249,194 / 50.2%


3rd Court of Appeals, Place 5

David Puryear (R)*: 88,202 / 40.9% • 260,442 / 52.4%

Mina A. Brees (D): 127,512 / 59.1% • 236,604 / 47.6%


3rd Court of Appeals, Place 6

Bob Pemberton (R)*: 84,252 / 39.2% • 255,039 / 51.4%

Bree Buchanan (D): 130,903 / 60.9% • 241,208 / 48.6%



City of Austin Bond Election

(Yes / No)

Prop. 3: Parks, natural areas 72.8% (112,523 / 42,022)

Prop. 1: Roads and streets 72.3% (111,270 / 42,601)

Prop. 7: Public safety facilities 71.0% (109,588 / 44,677)

Prop. 2: Flood control, water 68.7% (105,396 / 47,878)

Prop. 5: Affordable housing 62.8% (96,747 / 57,231)

Prop. 6: Central library facility 60.3% (92,752 / 61,169)

Prop. 4: Cultural facilities 57.5% (89,030 / 65,687)

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