Central Texas-area and Texas Election Results
Here you’ll find the results for the May Runoff Election. This election is to determine winners of races from the March Primary. In Texas, a candidate must have more than 50% of the vote to be declared the winner. The candidates listed below were the top two candidates in their respective races in March, however they didn’t breach the 50% mark.
Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
Attorney General (D)Precincts: 8,931 / 9,414 (95% reporting)
Attorney General (R)Precincts: 9,323 / 9,423 (99% reporting)
Lt. Governor (D)Precincts: 8,915 / 9,414 (95% reporting)
State Rep., Dist. 17 (R)Precincts: 92 / 93 (99% reporting)
State Senator, Dist. 24 (R)Precincts: 228 / 230 (99% reporting)
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