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Travis County: 2022 General Election Results

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Renee Dominguez
Travis County Judge Andy Brown talks to reporters at an election results watch party for Democratic candidates, in Austin on Tuesday. Brown picked up 71% of the vote, securing his reelection.

Democrat Andy Brown has been reelected as Travis County judge, garnering more than 70% of votes, according to early voting and election night results.

Many races in the county were uncontested. Two Travis County commissioners, Precinct 4 Commissioner Margaret Gómez and Precinct 2 Commissioner Brigid Shea, are keeping their seats after running unopposed.

Dyana Limon-Mercado, the former chair of the Travis County Democratic Party, won the seat for county clerk. The Travis County Clerk’s office is responsible for conducting elections in the county, among other responsibilities.

Democrat Laurie Eiserloh defeated incumbent Cleve Doty in the race to become district judge of the 455th civil district court. She is presumed to be the first openly LGBTQ judge to hold a district judge seat in Texas.

See more results below. Results are considered unofficial until they're canvassed by local officials.

*signifies incumbent

Civil district court

District Judge, 455th Judicial District

Democrat: Laurie Eiserloh (72.01%)
Republican: Cleve W. Doty* (27.99%)

County judge

Democrat: Andy Brown* (71.59%)
Republican: Rupal Chaudhari (28.41%)

County clerk

Democrat: Dyana Limon-Mercado* (71.09%)
Republican: Susan Haynes (28.91%)

Justice of the peace, Precinct 2

Democrat: Randall Slagle (72.37%)
Libertarian: Christopher David (27.63%)

To see results for city and school district races on the ballot, go here.

Correction: A previous version of this post incorrectly stated the 455th Judicial District Court was created by redistricting.

Haya Panjwani is a general assignment reporter, with a focus on Travis County. Got a tip? Email her at Follow her on Twitter @hayapanjw.
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