See who won in Texas Super Tuesday primary races
UPDATE: 4:04 P.M. - These are still the unofficial projected results. Provisional and overseas mail ballots could impact these results.
For the Democratic Primary for US Senate, now with 99% of the precincts in, Royce West with 14.5% (267,236) of the votes appears to be headed into the runoff with Mary “MJ” Hegar who captured 22.4% (411,369) of the votes. Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez, who looked to be heading into the runoff earlier this morning, currently has 13.3% of the vote (244,004).
Texas House District 142 incumbent Harold Dutton, who gained 45% of the vote (5,005) during the Democratic Primary, appears to be headed into a runoff with Jerry Davis, who captured 25.1% of the vote (2,795). All precincts have reported.
UPDATE 8:10 A.M. - Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton was the only statewide, legislative or congressional incumbent defeated in the primaries.
President Donald Trump received 94% (1,871,513) of the Republican primary vote with 95% of the precincts reporting. Joe Biden won 32.4% of the vote (535,952) over Bernie Sanders, who captured 29.7% of the vote (491,468).
Unofficial Projected Results
Congressional District Open Seat Races
- CD11: Republican August Pfluger (52%) won the 10-candidate race outright and will face Democrat Jon Mark Hogg in the November General Election.
- CD13: Republicans Josh Winegarner (38.9%) and Ronny Jackson (19.8%) advance to a runoff election, and Democrats Gus Trujillo (42.2%) and Greg Sagan (34.7%) will face each other in a runoff election.
- CD17: Republicans (Former U.S. Rep.) Pete Sessions (31.6%) and Renée Swann (19%) advance to a runoff election, and Democrats Rick Kennedy (48.6%) and David Anthony Jaramillo (34.2%) advance to runoffs.
- CD22: Republicans Troy Nehls (40.5%) and Kathaleen Wall (19.4%) advance to a runoff, and the winner will face Democrat Sri Preston Kulkarni in the November General Election.
- CD23: Republicans Tony Gonzales II (28.1%) and Raul Reyes (23.3%) advance to a runoff election, and the winner will face Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones in the November General Election.
- CD24: Republican Beth Van Duyne won the Republican primary outright with 64.3% of the vote and will face the winner of a Democratic runoff election between Kim Olson (39.1%) and Candace Venezuela (32.2%).
Democrat – The winner of a runoff election between Mary “MJ” Hegar (23.2%) and Cristina Tzintzun (13.9%) will face Republican incumbent John Cornyn in the November General Election.
Railroad Commissioner (RRC)
Republican – James “Jim” Wright captured 55.9% of the vote over incumbent Ryan Sitton (44.08%) and will go on to face the winner of a Democrat runoff election between Chrysta Castaneda (34.4%) and (28.6%).
State Board of Education – District 5
Republican – The winner of a runoff election between Robert Morrow (40.1%) and Lani Popp (33.9%) will face Democrat Rebecca Bell-Metereau during the November General Election.
State Board of Education – District 6
Democrat – The winner of a runoff election between Michelle Palmer (47%) and Kimberly McLeod (33.7%) will face Republican Will Hickman during the November General Election.
Texas Legislative Incumbents in Runoff Elections
- SD 27: Incumbent Eddie Lucio Jr. (49.8%) and Sara Stapelton Barrera (35.6%)
- HD 100: Incumbent Lorraine Birabil (31.9%) and Jasmine Felicia Crockett (25%)
- HD 148: Incumbent Anna Eastman (40.5%) and Penny Morales Shaw (23%)
- HD2: Incumbent Dan Flynn (44.5%) and Bryan Slaton (35.2%)
- HD 59: Incumbent J.D. Sheffield (30.4%) and Shelby Slawson (45.6%)
Texas Legislative Open Seats in Runoffs
- HD 26: Suleman Lalani (31.7%) and L. Sarah DeMerchant (29.6%)
- HD 119: Elizabeth “Liz” Campos (46.1%) and Jennifer Ramos (43.7%)
- HD 138: Akilah Bacy (45.6%) and Jenifer Rene Pool (29.5%)
- HD25: Ro'Vin Garrett (28.6%) and Cody Vasut (22.2%)
- HD 26: Matt Morgan (49.7%) and Jacey Jetton (40.7%)
- HD 60: Jon Francis (45.9%) and Glenn Rogers (43.8)
Primary Election Runoffs will be held Tuesday, May 26, with early voting May 18-22.