November 2020 General Election Results


State numbers are accurate as of Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2:52pm, and reflect 94% (5,809 of 6,162) of polling locations reported. Travis County numbers reflect 100% of precincts reporting. All results are unofficial and rounded to the nearest decimal. Asterisk denotes incumbent.

(Travis County vote  / Statewide vote, if applicable)


U.S. President, Senate, House

President

Donald J. Trump (R) 159,907 26.4% / 5,842,464 52.2%

Joseph R. Biden (D) 432,062 71.4% / 5,185,868 46.4%

Jo Jorgensen (L) 8,842 1.5% / 124,802 1.1%

Howie Hawkins (G) 2,078 0.3% / 32,992 0.3%

U.S. Senator

John Cornyn* (R) 174,380 29.3% / 5,914,571 53.6%

Mary "MJ" Hegar (D) 405,003 68.0% / 4,819,978 43.7%

Kerry McKennon (L) 11,910 2.0% / 207,469 1.9%

David B. Collins (G) 4,145 0.7% / 80,558 0.7%

U.S. Rep., District 10

Michael McCaul* (R) 41,169 28.9% / 215,896 52.5%

Mike Siegel (D) 97,818 68.6% / 186,350 45.3%

Roy Eriksen (L) 3,681 2.6% / 8,928 2.2%

U.S. Rep., District 17

Pete Sessions (R) 20,157 28.5% / 170,974 55.9%

Rick Kennedy (D) 47,552 67.3% / 124,993 40.9%

Ted Brown (L) 2,919 4.1% / 9,871 3.2%

U.S. Rep., District 21

Chip Roy* (R) 29,481 24.3% / 233,766 52.1%

Wendy R. Davis (D) 87,786 72.4% / 203,028 45.2%

Arthur DiBianca (L) 2,940 2.4% / 8,555 1.9%

Tommy Wakely (R) 1,030 0.9% / 3,517 0.8%

U.S. Rep., District 25

Roger Williams* (R) 63,954 37.2% / 219,053 56.0%

Julie Oliver (D) 104,802 60.9% / 164,415 42.0%

Bill Kelsey (L) 3,365 2.0% / 7,678 2.0%

U.S. Rep., District 35

Jenny Garcia Sharon (R) 13,960 17.2% / 80,016 30.0%

Lloyd Doggett* (D) 63,468 78.0% / 174,429 65.4%

Mark Loewe (L) 2,594 3.2% / 7,311 2.7%

Jason Mata Sr. (I) 1,351 1.7% / 5,169 1.9%


State of Texas

Railroad Commissioner

James "Jim" Wright (R) 166,599 28.6% / 5,785,542 53.1%

Chrysta Castañeda (D) 387,722 66.5% / 4,728,881 43.4%

Matt Sterett (L) 16,818 2.9% / 245,049 2.3%

Katija "Kat" Gruene (G) 11,575 2.0% / 127,920 1.2%

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Nathan Hecht* (R) 167,546 28.7% / 5,781,418 53.1%

Amy Clark Meachum (D) 397,256 68.1% / 4,828,588 44.4%

Mark Ash (L) 18,593 3.2% / 274,948 2.5%

Supreme Court, Place 6 – UNexpired Term

Jane Bland* (R) 179,648 31.0% / 6,002,402 55.4%

Kathy Cheng (D) 399,948 69.0% / 4,838,673 44.6%

Supreme Court, Place 7

Jeff Boyd* (R) 167,760 29.0% / 5,797,771 53.4%

Staci Williams (D) 393,852 68.1% / 4,800,122 44.2%

William Bryan Strange III (L) 16,758 2.9% / 254,493 2.4%

Supreme Court, Place 8

Brett Busby* (R) 165,903 28.7% / 5,801,625 53.5%

Gisela D. Triana (D) 393,220 68.1% / 4,762,227 44.0%

Tom Oxford (L) 18,388 3.2% / 283,056 2.6%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

Bert Richardson (R) 172,537 30.1% / 5,907,867 54.7%

Elizabeth Davis Frizell (D) 400,039 69.9% / 4,899,315 45.3%

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

Kevin Patrick Yeary* (R) 173,655 30.3% / 5,927,487 55.0%

Tina Clinton (D) 398,708 69.7% / 4,858,992 45.1%

Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9

David Newell* (R) 176,242 30.9% / 5,968,707 55.4%

Brandon Birmingham (D) 394,196 69.1% / 4,801,885 44.6%

Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals

Darlene Byrne (D) 394,448 69.2% / 704,162 52.2%

Jeff Rose* (R) 175,868 30.8% / 645,543 48.0%

State Board of Education, District 5

Rebecca Bell-Metereau (D) 220,985 72.8% / 488,815 48.9%

Lani Popp (R) 69,229 22.8% / 471,648 47.2%

Stephanie Berlin (L) 13,472 4.4% / 38,982 4.0%

State Board of Education, District 10

Tom Maynard (R) 94,308 35.1% / 438,660 50.9%

Marsha Burnett-Webster (D) 164,455 61.2% / 395,020 45.8%

Trip Seibold (L) 10,061 3.7% / 28,378 3.3%


Austin City Council

District 2

Vanessa Fuentes 14,803 56.1%

Casey Ramos 5,221 19.8%

David Chincanchan 5,033 19.1%

Alex Strenger 1,319 5.0%

District 4

Greg Casar* 11,555 66.9%

Louis C. Herrin III 4,277 24.7%

Ramesses II Setepenre 1,453 8.4%

District 6

James "Jimmy" Flannigan* 7,038 38.0%

Mackenzie Kelly 6,690 36.1%

Jennifer Mushtaler 3,649 19.7%

Dee Harrison 1,134 6.1%

District 7

Leslie Pool* 27,255 67.3%

Morgan Witt 13,275 32.8%

District 10

Alison Alter* 15,539 34.2%

Jennifer Virden 11,553 25.4%

Pooja Sethi 8,226 18.1%

Robert Thomas 7,552 16.6%

Belinda Greene 1,338 2.9%

Ben Easton 841 1.9%

Noel Tristan 384 0.9%


State Legislature

State Senator, District 21

Judith Zaffirini* (D) 43,362 81.7% / 155,035 59.2%

Frank Pomeroy (R) 9,728 18.3% / 106,851 40.8%

State Senator, District 24

Dawn Buckingham* (R) 25,841 58.2% / 263,156 69.6%

Clayton Tucker (D) 18,576 41.8% / 114,737 30.4%

State Representative, District 46

Sheryl Cole* (D) 61,671 100.0%

State Representative, District 47

Vikki Goodwin* (D) 66,225 49.3%

Justin Berry (R) 64,901 48.3%

Michael Clark (L) 3,282 2.4%

State Representative, District 48

Donna Howard* (D) 73,015 70.1%

Bill Strieber (R) 31,160 29.9%

State Representative, District 49

Gina Hinojosa* (D) 79,628 78.9%

Charles Allan Meyer (R) 18,133 18.0%

Kenneth M. Moore (L) 3,217 3.2%

State Representative, District 50

Celia Israel* (D) 63,019 68.8%

Larry Delarose (R) 28,605 31.2%

State Representative, District 51

Eddie Rodriguez* (D) 58,652 82.7%

Robert Reynolds (R) 12,297 17.3%


Local Judicial

District Judge, 53rd Judicial District

Maria Cantú Hexsel (D) 425,234 100.0%

District Judge, 98th Judicial District

Rhonda Hurley* (D) 427,576 100.0%

District Judge, 126th Judicial District

Aurora Martinez Jones (D) 427,237 100.0%

District Judge, 167th Judicial District

Dayna Blazey (D) 427,132 100.0%

District Judge, 200th Judicial District

Jessica Mangrum (D) 427,554 100.0%

District Judge, 345th Judicial District

Jan Soifer* (D) 426,371 100.0%

District Judge, 353rd Judicial District

Madeleine Connor (D) 420,423 100.0%

District Judge, 390th Judicial District

Julie Kocurek* (D) 430,105 100.0%

District Judge, 427th Judicial District

Tamara Needles* (D) 423,342 100.0%

District Judge, 450th Judicial District

Brad Urrutia* (D) 423,014 100.0%

District Judge, 460th Judicial District

Selena Alvarenga (D) 391,845 70.0%

Geoffrey Puryear (R) 168,117 30.0%


Travis County

County Judge

Andy Brown (D) 391,952 69.6%

Michael Lovins (R) 171,294 30.4%

District Attorney

José Garza (D) 393,808 69.8%

Martin Harry (R) 170,100 30.2%

Judge, County Court at Law No. 9

Kim Williams* (D) 396,906 81.4%

Christopher David (L) 90,679 18.6%

Sheriff

Sally Hernandez* (D) 399,112 70.1%

Raul Vargas (R) 170,193 29.9%

County Tax Assessor-Collector

Bruce Elfant* (D) 381,744 66.9%

Marilyn Jackson (R) 158,335 27.8%

Erica Lockwood (L) 30,165 5.3%

County Commissioner, Precinct 1

Jeffrey Travillion* (D) 94,171 75.9%

Solomon Arcoven (R) 29,867 24.1%

County Commissioner, Precinct 3

Ann Howard (D) 107,330 56.9%

Becky Bray (R) 81,371 43.1%


City of Austin Propositions

Proposition A

Yes 228,723 58.3%

No 163,824 41.7%

Proposition B

Yes 260,706 67.4%

No 126,131 32.6%


AISD Board of Trustees

District 2

Ofelia Maldonado Zapata 14,434 60.5%

John Mckiernan-González 6,707 28.1%

Adolphus "Andy" Anderson 2,733 11.5%

District 3

Kevin Foster 25,052 100.0%

District 5

Lynn Boswell 14,432 38.1%

Jennifer Littlefield 13,851 36.5%

Piper Stege Nelson 9,628 25.4%

At-Large Position 8

Leticia Moreno Caballero 111,129 45.8%

Noelita Lugo 72,291 29.8%

Mike Herschenfeld 31,245 12.9%

Jared Breckenridge 27,885 11.5%

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