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Lieutenant Governor

CANDIDATES                                             Votes

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Mike Collier                                                     46.93% 

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Kerry McKennon                                             1.92%

Dan Patrick Incumbent                               51.13%

                                                                                         Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Attorney General

CANDIDATES                                                Votes

D

Justin Nelson                                                    47.34%

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Michael Ray Harris                                             2.12%

R

Ken Paxton Incumbent                                  50.52%

                                                                                         Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Comptroller

CANDIDATES                                                 votes

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Joi Chevalier                                                       43.71%

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Ben Sanders                                                        2.94%

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Glenn Hegar Incumbent                                     53.34%

                                                                                        Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Land Commissioner

CANDIDATES                                                  votes

D

Miguel Suazo                                                        43.43%

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Matt Piña                                                                2.90%

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George P. Bush Incumbent                                 53.66%

                                                                                       Pcts. Reporting: 99.96% 

Agriculture Commissioner

CANDIDATES                                                  votes

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Kim Olson                                                            46.60%

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Richard Carpenter                                               2.02%

R

Sid Miller Incumbent                                           51.37%

                                                                                         Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Railroad Commissioner

CANDIDATES                                                   votes

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Roman McAllen                                                     44.16%

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Mike Wright                                                            2.53%

R

Christi Craddick Incumbent                                 53.30%

 Pcts. Reporting: 99.96% 

Texas Supreme Court

Place 2 CANDIDATES              vOTES             

D

Steven Kirkland                        46.95%

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Jimmy Blacklock                      53.04%

                                             Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Place 4 CANDIDATES                     VOTES

D

R.K. Sandill                               46.41%

R

John Devine Incumbent           53.58%

                                             Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Place 6 CANDIDATES              VOTES 

D

Kathy Cheng                            46.35%

R

Jeff Brown Incumbent             53.64%

                                             Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Place 1 CANDIDATES              VOTES     

D

Maria T. (Terri) Jackson           45.67%

L

William Bryan Strange III         1.96%

R

Sharon Keller Incumbent        52.35%

                                            Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Place 7 CANDIDATES               VOTES

 D

Ramona Franklin                      45.92%

R

Barbara Parker Hervey             54.07%

                                             Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

Place 8 CANDIDATES               VOTES

L

Mark Ash                                   25.52%

R

Michelle Slaughter                    74.47%

                                            Pcts. Reporting: 99.96%

State Board of Education

District 2 – THE CROSSROADS EXCEPT LAVACA CO. CANDIDATES     

                                              VOTES  

D

Ruben Cortez, Jr.                   52.90%

R

Charles "Tad" Hasse             47.09%

                                                  Pct. Reporting: 100%

District 3 – LAVACA COUNTY

CANDIDATES                           VOTES

D

Marisa B. Perez                            100%

                                                  Pct. Reporting: 100%

Texas House 

District 13 – LAVACA COUNTY

CANDIDATES

                                                                       VOTES

D

Cecil Ray Webster, Sr.              20.06%

R

Ben Leman                                79.93%

                                          Pct. Reporting: 100%

District 30- VICTORIA, CALHOUN, DEWITT, GOLIAD, REFUGIO COUNTIES CANDIDATES

                                                                   VOTES

D

Robin Hayter                         24.21%

R

Geanie W. Morrison              75.78%

                                               Pcts. Reporting: 100%

District 85 – JACKSON, WHARTON COUNTIES CANDIDATES                

                                                Votes

D

Jennifer Cantu                          42.50%

R

Phil Stephenson                       57.49%

                                                Pcts. Reporting: 100%


13th Court of Appeals District - Chief Justice 

CANDIDATES                        VOTES

D

Dori Contreras                         53.29%       

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Ernie Aliseda                           46.70%

                                               Pcts. Reporting: 100%

13th Court of Appeals District- Place 2

CANDIDATES                         VOTES

D

Nora Longoria                        53.35%

R

 Greg Perkes                           46.64%

                                                Pcts. Reporting: 100%

13th Court of Appeals District- Place 4

CANDIDATES                           votes

D

Rudy Delgado                           49.84%

R

Jaime Tijerina                           50.15%

                                                Pcts. Reporting: 100%

13th Court of Appeals District- Place 5

CANDIDATES                       VOTES                  

D

Gina Benavides                       52.97%

R

Clarissa Silva                          47.02%

                                            Pcts. Reporting: 100%

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