Posted November 4, 2020 in The Mignon Memo

This Week in Texas: Wednesday, November 4th, 2020

The Results Are In… kinda!

The results of Election Day 2020 are in… kinda!  Here are the fast and furious results of yesterday’s election.  These are the numbers as of 6:00am on Wednesday morning. We wanted you to start your day knowing what we know so far!

We will continue to update you on breaking news and results throughout today and week. For more detailed information, go to the Secretary of State’s website here

Hot takeaways from last night’s election:

  • During early voting in Texas, 9,717,604 people — 57.3% of registered voters — voted in person and by mail, surpassing the total number of votes cast in 2016.
  • Biden performed well in large suburban counties that used to be reliably Republican, but he failed to notch wide margins of victory in some critical Democratic strongholds, massively underperforming Hillary Clinton in the mostly Hispanic Rio Grande Valley.
  • 2020 proved another disappointment for the Texas Democrats as Republicans remained dominant in Texas, appearing poised to maintain victories in all statewide offices and both chambers of the Legislature.
  • U.S. Sen. John Cornyn won a fourth term in the Senate, fending off a challenge from Democrat MJ Hegar.
  • U.S. Rep. Chip Roy (R-Austin) won his bid for reelection over Democratic challenger Wendy Davis.
  • In the Texas Senate, the Democrats flipped 1 seat – Sen. Pete Flores (R-Pleasanton) was defeated by Democrat Roland Gutierrez. The Senate will now have 18 Rs and 13 Ds.
  • Republicans seemed poised to hold onto their majority in the Texas House on Tuesday, fighting off a well-financed attempt by Democrats to flip the lower chamber for the first time in nearly two decades.
  • The race in the House has produced one loss for the Republicans, Rep. Sarah Davis, and one loss for the Democrats, Rep. Gina Calanni (both of Houston). The Texas House would remain 83 Rs and 67 Ds.

OK, here we go!


President Donald Trump carried Texas on Tuesday as national results continue to show him and former Vice President Joe Biden in a neck-and-neck race. At the time of this memo, President Donald Trump’s Texas margin over Biden showed as 52.2% to 46.4%. 

U.S. Senate

U.S. Sen John. Cornyn, who was seeking his fourth term, faced perhaps his biggest general election challenge yet from Air Force veteran MJ Hegar. Senator John Cornyn defeated MJ Hegar with 53.7% of the vote.

U.S. Congress

There were competitive U.S. House races across the state in 2020. Democrats mounted serious challenges in as many as 10 GOP-held districts. Texas sends 36 representatives to the U.S. House, the second-most of any state. Each representative serves a two-year term.  As of 6am this morning, the partisan count is unchanged for the Texas Congressional Delegation (23R – 13D). No seats were flipped.

CD-1, Tyler: Incumbent Louie Gohmert (R) defeated Hank Gilbert (D) with 72.6% of the vote.

CD-2, Houston: Incumbent Dan Crenshaw (R) defeated Sima Ladjevardian (D) with 56.1% of the vote.

CD-3, Plano: Incumbent Van Taylor (R) defeated Lulu Seikaly (D) with 55.2% of the vote.

CD-4, Heath: Pat Fallon (R) defeated Russell Foster (D) with 75.3% of the vote.

CD-5, Terrell: Incumbent Lance Gooden (R) defeated Carolyn Salter (D) with 62% of the vote.

CD-6, Arlington: Incumbent Ron Wright (R) defeated Stephen Daniel (D) with 52.9% of the vote.

CD-7, Houston: Incumbent Lizzie Fletcher (D) defeated Wesley Hunt (R) with 50.8% of the vote.

CD-8, The Woodlands: Incumbent Kevin Brady (R) defeated Elizabeth Hernandez (D) with 72.5% of the vote.

CD-9, Houston: Incumbent Al Green (D) defeated Johnny Teague (R) with 75.5% of the vote.

CD-10, Dallas: Incumbent Michael McCaul (R) defeated Mike Siegel (D) with 52.5% of the vote.

CD-11, Midland (open seat vacated by Mike Conaway): August Pfluger (R) defeated Jon Mark Hogg (D) with 79.3% of the vote.

CD-12, Fort Worth: Incumbent Kay Granger (R) defeated Lisa Welch (D) with 64% of the vote.

CD-13, Clarendon (open seat vacated by Mac Thornberry): Ronny Jackson (R) defeated Gus Trujillo (D) with 80.1% of the vote.

CD-14, Alvin: Incumbent Randy Weber (R) defeated Adrienne Bell (D) with 61.7% of the vote.

CD-15, McAllen: Incumbent Vicente Gonzalez (D) defeated Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez (R) with 50.5% of the vote.

CD-16, El Paso: Incumbent Veronica Escobar (D) defeated Irene Armendariz-Jackson with 64.3% of the vote.

CD-17, Bryan (open seat vacated by Bill Flores): Pete Sessions (R) defeated Rick Kennedy (D) with 55.9% of the vote.

CD-18, Houston: Incumbent Sheila Jackson Lee (D) defeated Wendell Champion (R) with 73.3% of the vote.

CD-19, Lubbock: Incumbent Jodey Arrington (R) defeated Tom Watson (D) with 74.8% of the vote.

CD-20, San Antonio: Incumbent Joaquin Castro (D) defeated Mauro Garza (R) with 64.7% of the vote.

CD-21, Austin: Incumbent Chip Roy (R) defeated Wendy Davis (D) with 52.1% of the vote.

CD-22, Sugar Land (open seat vacated by Pete Olson): Troy Nehls (R) defeated Sri Preston Kulkarni (D) with 49.8% of the vote.

CD-23, San Antonio (open seat vacated by Will Hurd): Tony Gonzales (R) defeated Gina Ortiz Jones (D) with 50.7% of the vote.

CD-24, Coppell (open seat vacated by Kenny Marchant): Beth Van Duyne (R) defeated Candace Valenzuela (D) with 48.8% of the vote.

CD-25, Austin: Incumbent Roger Williams (R) defeated Julie Oliver (D) with 56% of the vote.

CD-26, Lewisville: Incumbent Michael Burgess (R) defeated Carol Iannuzzi (D) with 60.7% of the vote.

CD-27, Victoria: Incumbent Michael Cloud (R) defeated Ricardo Le La Fuente (D) with 63.1% of the vote.

CD-28, Laredo: Incumbent Henry Cuellar (D) defeated Sandra Whitten (R) with 55.3% of the vote.

CD-29, Houston: Incumbent Sylvia Garcia (D) defeated Jaimy Blanco (R) with 71.1% of the vote.

CD-30, Dallas: Incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) defeated Tre Pennie (R) with 77.5% of the vote.

CD-31, Round Rock: Incumbent John Carter (R) defeated Donna Imam (D) with 53.5% of the vote.

CD-32, Dallas:  Incumbent Colin Allred (D) defeated Genevieve Collins (R) with 51.9% of the vote.

CD-33, Fort Worth: Incumbent Marc Veasey (D) defeated Fabian Cordova Vasquez (R) with 66.7% of the vote.

CD-34, Brownsville: Incumbent Filemon Vela (D) defeated Rey Gonzalez (R) with 55.3% of the vote.

CD-35, Austin: Incumbent Lloyd Doggett (D) defeated Jenny Garcia Sharon (R) with 65.3% of the vote.

CD-36, Woodville: Incumbent Brian Babin (R) defeated Rashad Lewis (D) with 73.6% of the vote.


Texas Railroad Commission

The Texas Railroad Commission regulates the state’s booming oil and gas industry, making it a hugely important elected board. Members of the three-person board are elected statewide. One seat is up for election in 2020.

Commissioner: Republican James “Jim” Wright defeated Democrat Chrysta Castaneda with 53.2% of the vote.

Texas Supreme Court

Four of the nine seats on the Supreme Court are up for election in 2020. Justices are elected statewide, and Republicans currently hold all the seats on the state’s highest civil court.

Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice: Incumbent Nathan Hecht (R) defeated Amy Clark Meachum (D) with 53% of the vote.

Texas Supreme Court Place 6: Incumbent Jane Bland (R) defeated Kathy Cheng (D) with 55.5% of the vote.

Texas Supreme Court Place 7: Incumbent Jeffrey Boyd (R) defeated Staci Williams (D) with 53.5% of the vote.

Texas Supreme Court Place 8: Incumbent Brett Busby (R) defeated Gisela Triana (D) with 53.6% of the vote.

State Board of Education

There are 15 districts within the State Board of Education. Ten are currently held by Republicans, and five are held by Democrats. Four Republicans were not running for reelection.

State Board of Education District 1: Incumbent Georgina Perez (D) defeated Jennifer Ivey (R) with 54% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 5: Rebecca Bell-Metereau (D) defeated Lani Popp (R) with 48.9% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 6: Will Hickman (R) defeated Michelle Palmer (D) with 49.8% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 8: Audrey Young (R) defeated Audra Rose Berry (L) with 74% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 9: Incumbent Keven Ellis (R) defeated Brenda Davis (D) with 73.6% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 10: Incumbent Tom Maynard (R) defeated Marsha Burnett-Webster (D) with 50.9% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 14: Incumbent Sue Melton-Malone (R) defeated Greg Alvord (D) with 67.8% of the vote.

State Board of Education District 15: Jay Johnson (R) defeated John Betancourt (D) with 77.8% of the vote.

Texas Senate 

SD-1: Incumbent Bryan Hughes (R-Mineola) defeated Audrey Spanko with 75.3% of the vote.

SD-4: Incumbent Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe) defeated Jay Stittleburg with 84.3% of the vote.

SD-6: Incumbent Carol Alvarado (D-Houston) defeated Libertarian Timothy Duffield with 84.1% of the vote.

SD-11: Incumbent Larry Taylor (R-Friendswood) defeated Susan Criss with 59.4% of the vote.

SD-12: Incumbent Jane Nelson (R-Flower Mound) defeated Shadi Zitoon with 62.4% of the vote.

SD-13: Incumbent Borris Miles (D-Houston) defeated Milinda Morris with 80.6% of the vote.

SD-18: Incumbent Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) defeated Michael Antalan with 66.1% of the vote.

SD-19:  Roland Gutierrez, who vacated his House seat to run for SD-19, defeated incumbent Pete Flores (R-Pleasanton) with 64.7% of the vote. SEAT FLIPPED

SD-20: Incumbent Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa (D-McAllen) defeated Judy Cutright with 58% of the vote.

SD-21: Incumbent Judith Zaffirini (D-Laredo) defeated Frank Pomeroy with 57.3% of the vote.

SD-22: Incumbent Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) defeated Robert Vick with 68.5% of the vote.

SD-24: Incumbent Dawn Buckingham (R-Lakeway) defeated Clayton Tucker with 69.6% of the vote.

SD-26: Incumbent Jose Menéndez (D-San Antonio) defeated Julian Villarreal with 78.7% of the vote.

SD-27:  Incumbent Eddie Lucio Jr. (D-Brownsville) defeated Vanessa Tijerina with 64.8% of the vote.

SD-28: Incumbent Charles Perry (R-Lubbock) did not have an opponent.

SD-29: Cesar Blanco (D-El Paso) defeated Bethany Hatch with 67% of the vote.

Texas House

The race for control of the Texas House might be the state’s marquee political contest in 2020. There are 150 members of the Texas House. Each is elected to a two-year term.

HD-1: Incumbent Gary VanDeaver (R-New Boston) did not have an opponent.  

HD-2:  Bryan Slaton (Republican who beat Incumbent Dan Flynn of Van in the primary) defeated Bill Brannon with 81.4% of the vote.

HD-3: Incumbent Cecil Bell (R-Magnolia) defeated Martin Shupp with 77.4% of the vote.

HD-4: Incumbent Keith Bell (R-Forney) defeated K. Nicole Sprabary with 79.1% of the vote.

HD-5: Incumbent Cole Hefner (R-Mount Pleasant) defeated LaWyanda Prince with 80% of the vote.

HD-6: Incumbent Matt Schaefer (R-Tyler) defeated Julie Gobble with 68% of the vote.

HD-7: Incumbent Jay Dean (R-Longview) did not have an opponent.

HD-8: Incumbent Cody Harris (R-Palestine) defeated R. Edwin Adams with 85.9% of the vote.  

HD-9: Incumbent Chris Paddie did not have an opponent.

HD-10 (open seat vacated by John Wray):  Republican Jake Ellzey defeated Libertarian Matt Savino with 75.8% of the vote.

HD-11: Incumbent Travis Clardy (R-Nacogdoches) defeated Alec Johnsonwith 75.7% of the vote.

HD-12: Incumbent Kyle Kacal (R-College Station) did not have an opponent.

HD-13: Incumbent Ben Leman (R- Iola) did not have an opponent.

HD-14: Incumbent John Raney (R-Bryan) defeated Janet Dudding with 57.5% of the vote.

HD-15: Incumbent Steve Toth (R-The Woodlands) defeated Lorena Perez McGill with 66.5% of the vote.

HD-16: Incumbent Will Metcalf (R-Conroe) did not have an opponent.

HD-17: Incumbent John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) defeated Madeline Eden with 63.7% of the vote.

HD-18: Incumbent Ernest Bailes (R-Shepherd) did not have an opponent.

HD-19: Incumbent James White (R-Hillister) did not have an opponent.

HD-20: Incumbent Terry Wilson (R-Marble Falls) defeated Jessica Tiedt with 71.4% of the vote.

HD-21: Incumbent Dade Phelan (R-Beaumont) did not have an opponent.

HD-22: Incumbent Joe Deshotel (D-Beaumont) defeated Jacorion Randle with 68.3% of the vote.

HD-23: Incumbent Mayes Middleton (R-Wallisville) defeated Jeff Antonelli with 60.3% of the vote.

HD-24: Incumbent Greg Bonnen (R-Friendswood) defeated Brian Rogerswith 70% of the vote.

HD-25 (open seat vacated by Speaker Dennis Bonnen):  RepublicanCody Thane Vasut defeated Democrat Patrick Henry with 71.6% of the vote.

HD-26 (open seat vacated by Rick Miller):  RepublicanJacey Jetton defeated Democrat L. Sarah DeMerchant with 51.9% of the vote.

HD-27: Incumbent Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) defeated Tom Virippan with 67.8% of the vote.

HD-28: Incumbent Gary Gates (R-Fort Bend) defeated Elizabeth Markowitz with 55.6% of the vote.

HD-29: Incumbent Ed Thompson (R-Pearland) defeated Travis Boldt with 56.7% of the vote.

HD-30: Incumbent Geanie Morrison (R-Victoria) did not have an opponent.

HD-31: Incumbent Ryan Guillen (D-Rio Grande City) defeated Marian Knowlton with 58.4% of the vote.

HD-32: Incumbent Todd Hunter (R-Corpus Christi) defeated Eric Holguin with 61.1% of the vote.

HD-33: Incumbent Justin Holland (R-Rockwall) defeated Andy Rose with 64.8% of the vote.

HD-34: Incumbent Abel Herrero (D-Robstown) defeated James Hernandez with 59.5% of the vote.

HD-35: Incumbent Oscar Longoria (D-Mission) did not have an opponent.

HD-36: Incumbent Sergio Munoz, Jr. (D-Palmview) did not have an opponent.

HD-37: Incumbent Alex Dominguez (D-Brownsville) did not have an opponent.

HD-38: Incumbent Eddie Lucio III (D-Brownsville) did not have an opponent.

HD-39: Incumbent Armando “Mando” Martinez (D-Weslaco) did not have an opponent.

HD-40: Incumbent Terry Canales (D-Edinburg) did not have an opponent.

HD-41: Incumbent Bobby Guerra (D-McAllen) defeated John “Doc” Robert Guerra with 57.9% of the vote.

HD-42: Incumbent Richard Raymond (D-Laredo) did not have an opponent.

HD-43: Incumbent J.M. Lozano (R-Kingsville) did not have an opponent.

HD-44: Incumbent John Kuempel (R-Seguin) defeated Robert Bohmfalk with 67.4% of the vote.

HD-45: Incumbent Erin Zwiener (D-Dripping Springs) defeated Carrie Isaac with 50.5% of the vote.

HD-46: Incumbent Sheryl Cole (D-Austin) did not have an opponent.

HD-47: Incumbent Vikki Goodwin (D-Austin) defeated Justin Berry with 49.3% of the vote.

HD-48: Incumbent Donna Howard (D-Austin) defeated Bill Strieber with 70% of the vote.

HD:49: Incumbent Gina Hinojosa (D-Austin) defeated Charles Allan Meyer with 78.9% of the vote.

HD-50: Incumbent Celia Israel (D-Austin) defeated Larry Delarosewith 68.8% of the vote.

HD-51: Incumbent Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin) defeated Robert Reynoldswith 82.7% of the vote.

HD-52: Incumbent James Talarico (D-Round Rock) defeated Lucio Valdezwith 51.4% of the vote.

HD-53: Incumbent Andrew Murr (R-Junction) defeated Joe Herrerawith 78.1% of the vote.

HD-54: Incumbent Brad Buckley (R-Salado) defeated Likeithia Williams with 53.5% of the vote.

HD-55: Incumbent High Shine (R-Temple) did not have an opponent.

HD-56: Incumbent Charles “Doc” Anderson (R-Waco) defeated Katherine Turner-Pearson with 67.3% of the vote.

HD-57: Incumbent Trent Ashby (R-Lufkin) defeated Jason Rogerswith 79.4% of the vote.

HD-58: Incumbent DeWayne Burns (R-Cleburne) defeated Cindy Rochawith 79.1% of the vote.

HD-59:  Incumbent Republican Dr. J.D. Sheffield (R-Stephenville), lost to Shelby Slawson in the primary. Shelby Slawson did not have a General Election opponent.

HD-60 (open seat vacated by Mike Lang): Glenn Rogers (R-Palo Pinto) did not have an opponent.

HD-61: Incumbent Phil King (R-Weatherford) defeated Christopher Cox with 83% of the vote.

HD-62: Incumbent Reggie Smith (R-Van Alstyne) defeated Gary Thomas with 78.8% of the vote.

HD-63: Incumbent Tan Parker (R-Flower Mound) defeated Leslie Peelerwith 67.5% of the vote.

HD-64: Incumbent Lynn Stucky (R-Denton) defeated Angela Brewerwith 54.9% of the vote.

HD-65: Incumbent Michelle Beckley (D-Carrollton) defeated Kronda Thimeschwith 51.5% of the vote.

HD-66: Incumbent Matt Shaheen (R-Plano) defeated Sharon Hirsch with 49.7% of the vote

HD-67: Incumbent Jeff Leach (R-Plano) defeated Lorenzo Sanchez with 51.8% of the vote.

HD-68: Incumbent Drew Springer (R-Muenster) defeated Patsy Ledbetterwith 85.5% of the vote.

HD-69: Incumbent James Frank (R-Wichita Falls) did not have an opponent.

HD-70: Incumbent Scott Sanford (R-McKinney) defeated Angie Bado with 62% of the vote.

HD-71: Incumbent Stan Lambert (R-Abilene) defeated Sam Hattonwith 78.9% of the vote.

HD-72: Incumbent Drew Darby (R-San Angelo) did not have an opponent.

HD-73: Incumbent Kyle Biedermann (R-Fredricksburg) defeated Stephanie Phillipswith 75% of the vote.

HD-74 (open seat vacated by Poncho Nevarez):  Democrat Eddie Morales Jr. defeated Republican Eddie Morales Jr. with 54.1% of the vote.

HD-75: Incumbent Mary Gonzalez (D-Clint) did not have an opponent.

HD-76 (open seat vacated by Cesar Blanco):  FormerCity Council member Claudia Ordaz Perez (D-El Paso) did not have an opponent.

HD-77: Incumbent Lina Ortega (D-El Paso) did not have an opponent.

HD-78: Incumbent Joe Moody (D-El Paso) defeated Jeffrey Lanewith 61.4% of the vote.

HD-79: Incumbent Art Fierro (D-El Paso) did not have an opponent.

HD-80: Incumbent Tracy King (D-Uvalde) did not have an opponent.

HD-81: Incumbent Brooks Landgraf (R-Odessa) did not have an opponent.

HD-82: Incumbent Tom Craddick (R-Midland) did not have an opponent.

HD-83: Incumbent Dustin Burrows (R-Lubbock) defeated Addison Perry-Frankswith 75.8% of the vote.

HD-84: Incumbent John Frullo (R-Lubbock) defeated John Gibsonwith 61.3% of the vote.

HD-85: Incumbent Phil Stephenson (R-Wharton) defeated Joey Cardenas III with 57% of the vote.

HD-86: Incumbent John Smithee (R-Amarillo) did not have an opponent.

HD-87: Incumbent Four Price (R-Amarillo) did not have an opponent.

HD-88: Incumbent Ken King (R-Canadian) did not have an opponent.

HD-89: Incumbent Candy Noble (R-Lucas) defeated Sugar Ray Ashwith 59% of the vote.

HD-90: Incumbent Ramon Romero Jr. (D-Fort Worth) defeated Elva Camacho with 72.3% of the vote.

HD-91: Incumbent Stephanie Klick (R-Fort Worth) defeated Jeromey Sims with 64.2% of the vote.

HD-92 (open seat vacated by Jonathan Stickland):  Republican Jeff Cason defeated Democrat Jeff Whitfield with 51.1% of the vote.

HD-93: Incumbent Matt Krause (R-Fort Worth) defeated Lydia Bean with 54.7% of the vote.

HD-94: Incumbent Tony Tinderholt (R-Arlington) defeated Alisa Simmonswith 51.1% of the vote.

HD:95: Incumbent Nicole Collier (D-Fort Worth) did not have an opponent.

HD-96 (open seat vacated by Bill Zedler): Republican David Cook defeated Democrat Joe Drago with 51.2% of the vote.

HD-97: Incumbent Craig Goldman (R-Fort Worth) defeated Elizabeth Beck with 52.8% of the vote.

HD-98: Incumbent Giovanni Capriglione (R-Southlake) defeated Debra Edmondson with 68.2% of the vote.

HD-99: Incumbent Charlie Geren (R-Fort Worth) did not have an opponent.

HD-100: Jasmine Felicia Crockett (D-Dallas) did not have an opponent.

HD-101: Incumbent Chris Turner (D-Grand Prairie) did not have an opponent.

HD-102: Incumbent Ana-Maria Ramos (D-Richardson) defeated Linda Koop with 53.9% of the vote.

HD-103: Incumbent Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) defeated Jerry Fortenberry IIwith 74.6% of the vote.

HD-104: Incumbent Jessica Gonzalez (D-Dallas) did not have an opponent.

HD-105: Incumbent Terry Meza (D-Irving) defeated Gerson Hernandezwith 55% of the vote.

HD-106: Incumbent Jared Patterson (R-Frisco) defeated Jennifer Skidonenko with 58.5% of the vote.

HD-107: Incumbent Victoria Neave (D-Dallas) defeated Samuel Smith with 56.5% of the vote.

HD-108: Incumbent Morgan Meyer (R-Dallas) defeated Joanna Cattanach with 49.7% of the vote.

HD-109: Incumbent Carl Sherman (D-Dallas) defeated Dr. Eugene Allen with 83.3% of the vote.

HD-110: Incumbent Toni Rose (D-Dallas) did not have an opponent.

HD-111: Incumbent Yvonne Davis (D-Dallas) did not have an opponent.

HD-112: Incumbent Angie Chen Button (R-Garland) defeated Democrat Brandy Chambers with 48.9% of the vote.

HD-113: Incumbent Rhetta Bowers (D-Rowlett) defeated Will Douglas with 51.8% of the vote.

HD-114: Incumbent John Turner(D-Dallas) defeated Luisa Del Rosal with 53.6% of the vote.

HD-115: Incumbent Julie Johnson (D-Carrollton) defeated Karyn Brownlee with 56.9% of the vote.

HD-116: Incumbent Trey Martinez Fischer (D-Dan Antonio) defeated Robert Litoffwith 69% of the vote.

HD-117: Incumbent Philip Cortez (D-San Antonio) defeated Carlos Antonio Raymondwith 54.9% of the vote.

HD-118: Incumbent Leo Pacheco (D-San Antonio) defeated Adam Salyerwith 56.8% of the vote.

HD-119 (open seat vacated by Roland Gutierrez in San Antonio):  DemocratElizabeth Campos defeated Republican George Garza with 61.8% of the vote.

HD-120: Incumbent Barbara Gervin-Hawkins (D-San Antonio) defeated Ronald Payne with 65.9% of the vote.

HD-121: Incumbent Steve Allison (R-San Antonio) defeated Celina Montoyawith 53.5% of the vote.

HD-122: Incumbent Lyle Larson (R-San Antonio) defeated Claire Barnettwith 59.2% of the vote.

HD-123: Incumbent Diego Bernal (D-San Antonio) did not have an opponent.

HD-124: Incumbent Ina Minjarez (D-San Antonio) did not have an opponent.

HD-125: Incumbent Ray Lopez (D-San Antonio) defeated Tony Valdivia with 80% of the vote.

HD-126: Incumbent Sam Harless (R-Spring) defeated Natali Hurtadowith 53.5% of the vote.

HD-127: Incumbent Dan Huberty (R-Houston) defeated Neko Antoniou with 71.3% of the vote.

HD-128: Incumbent Briscoe Cain (R-Houston) defeated Mary Williamswith 68.3% of the vote.

HD-129: Incumbent Dennis Paul (R-Houston) defeated Kayla Alix with 58.9% of the vote.

HD-130: Incumbent Tom Oliverson (R-Cypress) defeated Bryan Henrywith 69% of the vote.

HD-131: Incumbent Alma Allen (D-Houston) did not have an opponent.

HD-132: Mike Schofield defeated incumbent Gina Calanni (D-Katy) with 51.8% of the vote. SEAT FLIPPED

HD-133: Incumbent Jim Murphy (R-Houston) defeated Sandra Moorewith 57.2% of the vote.

HD-134: Ann Johnson defeated incumbent Sarah Davis (R-Houston) with 52.3% of the vote. SEAT FLIPPED

HD-135: Incumbent Jon Rosenthal (D-Houston) defeated Justin Raywith 49.1% of the vote.

HD-136: Incumbent John Bucy (D-Austin) defeated Mike Guevarawith 53.3% of the vote.

HD-137: Incumbent Gene Wu (D-Houston) defeated Lee Sharp with 81.7% of the vote.

HD-138 (open seat vacated by Dwayne Bohac in Houston):  Republican Lacey Hull defeated Democrat Akilah Bacy with 51.5% of the vote.

HD-139: Incumbent Jarvis Johnson (D-Houston) defeated R. Grizzle Trojacek with 86% of the vote.

HD-140: Incumbent Armando Walle (D-Houston) did not have an opponent.

HD-141: Incumbent Senfronia Thompson (D-Houston) did not have an opponent.

HD-142: Incumbent Democrat Harold Dutton Jr. (D-Houston) defeated Jason Rowe with 75.2% of the vote.

HD-143: Incumbent Ana Hernandez (D-Houston) did not have an opponent.

HD-144: Incumbent Mary Ann Perez (D-Houston) defeated Tony Salas with 56.6% of the vote.

HD-145: Incumbent Christina Morales (D-Houston) defeated Martha Elena Fierrowith 64.1% of the vote.

HD-146: Incumbent Shawn Thierry (D-Houston) defeated J.J. Campbellwith 87.2% of the vote.

HD-147: IncumbentGarnet Coleman (D-Houston) did not have an opponent.  

HD-148:  Luis LaRotta (R) and Penny Morales Shaw (D) – these votes are not complete.

HD-149: Incumbent Hubert Vo (D-Houston) defeated Lily Truongwith 59% of the vote.

HD-150: Incumbent Valoree Swanson (R-Spring) defeated Michael Robert Walshwith 58.2% of the vote.