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Texas Legislature: 2022 Primary Elections Results

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Gabriel C. Pérez
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KUT

See results for the Texas House and Senate districts in Central Texas below. The results were posted by the Texas Secretary of State's office at 7:03 a.m. Wednesday, when about 95% of polling locations were reporting. This post will be updated as more results come in.

Note: A runoff election will take place in races where no candidate earns more than 50% of the votes.

Texas House of Representatives

District 19 covers part of western Travis County and Blanco County.

Democrat: Pam Baggett (100%)
Republican: Justin Berry (35.37%), Nubia Devine (21.81%), Perla Hopkins (4.57%), Ellen Troxclair (38.25%) — going to a runoff

District 20 encompasses most of Georgetown and includes Liberty Hill, Granger, Florence, Weir, Jarrell and Thrall.

Democrat: Raul Camacho (100%)
Republican: Terry M. Wilson* (100%)

District 45 includes all major cities in Hays County and some parts of Blanco County.

Democrat: Jessica “Sirena” Mejía (7.16%), Angela “Tiá Angie” Villescaz (12.12%), Erin Zwiener* (80.72%)
Republican: Michelle M. Lopez (100%)

District 46 covers most of East Austin, Manor and Pflugerville.

Democrat: Sheryl Cole* (100%)
Republican: Sam Strasser (100%)

District 47 covers much of western Austin, including Bee Cave and a small portion near Manchaca.

Democrat: Vikki Goodwin* (100%)
Republican: Rob McCarthy (100%)

District 48 includes much of South, Southwest and West Austin, including West Lake Hills, Rollingwood and San Leanna.

Democrat: Donna Howard* (100%)
Republican: None

District 49 stretches from Sunset Valley and into Northern Austin, covering much of the area west of I-35.

Democrat: Gina Hinojosa* (100%)
Republican: Katherine Griffin (100%)

District 50 goes from North Austin and up to parts of Pflugerville.

Democrat: David Alcorta (21.58%), James Talarico (78.42%)
Republican: Victor Johnson (100%)

District 51 covers much of Southeast Austin and includes Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Democrat: Cody Arn (2%), Albino “Bino” Cadenas (4.74%), Maria Luisa “Lulu” Flores (62.26%), Mike Hendrix (3.72%), Claire Campos-O’Neal (7.4%), Cynthia Valadez-Mata (11.38%), Matt Worthington (10.51%)
Republican: Robert Reynolds (100%)

District 52 spans Round Rock, Hutto, Taylor and a small part of Georgetown.

Democrat: Luis Echegaray (100%)
Republican: Caroline Harris (31.36%), Nelson Jarrin (25.77%), Patrick McGuinness (35.12%), Jonathan Schober (7.75%) — headed to a runoff

District 136 covers western Williamson County, including Northwest Austin, Cedar Park, Leander, and the Brushy Creek area.

Democrat: John H. Bucy III* (100%)
Republican: Michelle Evans (83.76%), Amin Salahuddin (16.24%)

Texas Senate

District 5 covers Williamson and Bastrop counties and then extends northeast through another nine counties.

Democrat: None
Republican: Charles Schwertner* (100%)

District 14 runs through most of Austin, Pflugerville, Manor and Sunset Valley.

Democrat: Sarah Eckhardt* (100%)
Republican: None

District 21 runs from the southeastern part of Travis County down through the Rio Grande Valley.

Democrat: Judith Zaffirini* (100%)
Republican: Julie Dahlberg (100%)

District 24 covers most of the Hill Country and a sliver of northwest Travis County, including much of Leander and Cedar Park.

Democrat: Kathy Jones-Hospod (80.28%), Jeremy Kohlwes (19.72%)
Republican: Pete Flores (46.03%), Lamar Lewis (21.19%), Raul Reyes (32.77%) — headed to a runoff

District 25 extends from western Travis County through Blanco and Hays counties and goes down through New Braunfels and part of San Antonio.

Democrat: Robert Walsh (100%)
Republican: Channon Cain (20.62%), Donna Campbell* (79.38%)

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