Election Results


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Texas Democratic Primary Run-Off

U.S. SenatorTravis Co. Statewide
Mary “MJ” Hegar68,603 (57.0%)498,180 (52.1%)
Royce West51,760 (43.0%)457,555 (47.9%)
U.S. Rep., District 10Travis Co. Statewide
Mike Siegel17,910 (53.3%)26,291 (54.2%)
Pritesh Gandhi14,461 (44.7%)22,182 (45.8%)
U.S. Rep., District 17Travis Co. Statewide
Rick Kennedy5,868 (53.0%)13,339 (57.3%)
David Anthony Jaramillo5,213 (47.0%) 9,949 (42.7%)
Railroad CommissionerTravis Co. Statewide
Chrysta Castañeda87,347 (76.6%)575,460 (62.0%)
Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo26,633 (23.4%)353,399 (38.0%)
Travis County District AttorneyTravis Co. Statewide
José Garza81,584 (68.3%)N/A
Margaret Moore*37,874 (31.7%)N/A
Judge, Travis County Court at Law No. 4Travis Co. Statewide
Dimple Malhotra*63,130 (55.2%)N/A
Margaret Chen Kercher51,215 (44.8%)N/A
Travis County AttorneyTravis Co. Statewide
Delia Garza67,063 (56.8%)N/A
Laurie Eiserloh51,053 (43.2%)N/A
Travis County Commissioner, Precinct 3Travis Co. Statewide
Ann Howard20,365 (65.2%)N/A
Valinda Bolton10,850 (34.8%)N/A

Texas Republican Primary Run-Off

U.S. Rep., District 17Travis Co. Statewide
Pete Sessions1,250 (55.1%)18,458 (54.0%)
Renée Swann1,019 (44.9%)15,694 (46.0%)
U.S. Rep., District 35Travis Co. Statewide
Jenny Garcia Sharon655 (59.3%)4,111 (53.1%)
“Guillermo” William Hayward449 (40.7%)3,634 (46.9%)
State Board of Education, Dist. 5Travis Co. Statewide
Lani Popp5,926 (75.2%)55,670 (77.9%)
Robert Morrow1,953 (24.8%)15,756 (22.1%)
State Rep., District 47Travis Co. Statewide
Justin Berry6,283 (54.6%)6,283 (54.6%)
Jennifer Fleck5,231 (45.4%)5,231 (45.4%)

Special Election

State Senator, Dist. 14Travis Co. Statewide
Sarah Eckhardt (D)56,514 (51.1%)59,267 (49.7%)
Eddie Rodriguez (D)38,400 (34.7%)40,384 (33.8%)
Don Zimmerman (R)12,151 (11.0%)15,565 (13.0%)
Jeff Ridgeway (I)1,253 (1.1%)1,386 (1.2%)
Waller Thomas Burns II (R)1,079 (1.0%)1,442 (1.2%)
Pat Dixon (L)1,189 (1.1%)1,306 (1.1%)

Results are unofficial but reflect all polling locations. Asterisk denotes incumbent.

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