Nov. 4 Election Results

State/National Races

Travis CountyTotal
 
PRESIDENT
Barack Obama (D)253,278 (64.1%)62,868,071 (52.0%)
John McCain (R)136,671 (34.6%)55,666,711 (46.0%)
Bob Barr (L)4,915 (1.2%)(–)
Ralph Nader54 (0.0%)(–)
Chuck Baldwin23 (0.0%)(–)
Cynthia McKinney7 0.0%)(–)
Alan Keyes3 (0.0%)(–)
Thaddaus Hill1 (0.0%)(–)
 
U.S. SENATOR
John Cornyn (R)145,213 (37.3%)4,326,639 (54.8%)
Rick Noriega (D)228,040 (58.5%)3,383,890 (42.9%)
Yvonne Adams Schick (L)16,222 (4.2%)184,729 (2.3%)
 
U.S. REP, DISTRICT 10
Michael McCaul (R)45,097 (35.2%)179,118 (53.9%)
Larry Joe Doherty (D)77,043 (60.1%)143,388 (43.1%)
Matt Finkel (L)5,979 (4.7%)9,844 (3.0%)
 
U.S. REP, DISTRICT 21
Lamar Smith (R)49,163 (70.2%)243,209 (80.0%)
James Arthur Strohm (L)20,902 (29.8%)60,773 (20.0%)
 
U.S. REP, DISTRICT 25
Lloyd Doggett (D)127,145 (73.8%)191,394 (65.8%)
George L. Morovich (R)37,838 (22.0%)88,553 (30.5%)
Jim Stutsman (L)7,206 (4.2%)10,831 (3.7%)
 
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
Michael L. Williams (R)135,707 (35.9%)3,989,705 (52.1%)
Mark Thompson (D) 217,764 (57.7%)3,401,028 (44.4%)
David Floyd (L)24,037 (6.4%)269,309 (3.5%)
 
SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE
Wallace B. Jefferson (R)139,376 (36.8%)4,080,012 (53.1%)
Jim Jordan (D)217,711 (57.5%)3,369,232 (43.8%)
Tom Oxford (L)21,323 (5.6%)238,391 (3.1%)
 
SUPREME COURT, PLACE 7
Dale Wainwright (R)127,556 (33.8%)3,917,286 (51.1%)
Sam Houston (D)228,086 (60.5%)3,519,540 (45.9%)
David G. Smith (L)21,316 (5.6%)231,594 (3.0%)
 
SUPREME COURT, PLACE 8
Phil Johnson (R)127,338 (33.8%)4,009,063 (52.3%)
Linda Reyna Yañez (D)227,163 (60.4%)3,424,159 (44.7%)
Drew Shirley (L)21,679 (5.8%)233,460 (3.0%)
 
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 3
Tom Price (R)125,086 (33.4%)3,940,954 (51.6%)
Susan Strawn (D)228,106 (60.9%)3,477,426 (45.6%)
Matthew E. Eilers (L)21,257 (5.7%)215,427 (2.8%)
 
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 4
Paul Womack (R)130,745 (35.0%)4,035,683 (52.9%)
J.R. Molina (D)219,368 (58.7%)3,336,944 (43.8%)
Dave Howard (L)23,553 (6.3%)249,921 (3.3%)
 
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 9
Cathy Cochran (R)174,567 (62.9%)4,709,086 (81.9%)
William Strange III (L)103,160 (37.1%)1,041,499 (18.1%)
 
CHIEF JUSTICE, 3RD COURT OF APPEALS
Woodie Jones (D)243,900 (65.6%)447,316 (52.4%)
Ken Law (R)127,710 (34.4%)406,316 (47.6%)

Local/Travis Co. Races

STATE REP, DISTRICT 46

Dawnna Dukes (D) 34,292 (86.5%)

Allen Hacker (L) 5,330 (13.5%)


STATE REP, DISTRICT 47

Valinda Bolton (D) 45,253 (51.2%)

Donna Keel (R) 43,116 (48.8%)


STATE REP, DISTRICT 48

Donna Howard (D) 39,689 (53.7%)

Pamela Waggoner (R) 31,002 (42.0%)

Ben Easton (L) 3,165 (4.3%)


STATE REP, DISTRICT 50

Mark Strama (D) 45,391 (63.0%)

Jerry J. Mikus Jr. (R) 23,612 (32.8%)

Jerry Chandler (L) 3,046 (4.2%)


STATE REP, DISTRICT 51

Eddie Rodriguez (D) 29,311 (89.5%)

Arthur DiBianca (L) 3,432 (10.5%)


427th DISTRICT JUDGE

Jim Coronado (D) 227,864 (61.8%)

Melissa Goodwin (R) 140,570 (38.2%)


SHERIFF

Greg Hamilton (D) 232,249 (62.3%)

Raymond Frank (R) 116,068 (31.1%)

David McDaniel (L) 24,644 (6.6%)


TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR

Nelda Wells Spears (D) 255,959 (67.3%)

Don Zimmerman (R) 104,783 (27.5%)

Mike Burris (L) 19,628 (5.2%)


CO. COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 1

Ron Davis (D) 51,989 (88.1%)

Fancy Fairchild (L) 7,027 (11.9%)


CO. COMMISSIONER, PRECINCT 3

Karen Huber (D) 67,679 (48.5%)

Gerald Daugherty (R) 64,693 (46.4%)

Wes Benedict (L) 7,088 (5.1%)


CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 2

Adan Ballesteros (D) 54,612 (48.2%)

Bob Vann (R) 52,408 (46.2%)

Arlo J. Pignotti (L) 6,331 (5.6%)


CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 3

Richard McCain (D) 59,530 (54.1%)

Mike Varela (R) 42,527 (38.7%)

Joe Edgar (L) 7,947 (7.2%)


CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 5

Bruce Elfant (D) 45,656 (84.3%)

Michael M. Holt (L) 8,488 (15.7%)


CITY OF AUSTIN PROP. 1

Yes 175,531 (71.1%)

No 71,286 (28.9%)


CITY OF AUSTIN PROP. 2

Yes 126,064 (48.0%)

No 136,609 (52.0%)


AUSTIN ISD TAX RATIFICATION

Yes 123,972 (59.0%)

No 86,178 (41.0%)

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