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Daniel G with the Texas results…….

Morning Dog!

The Results for the Texas Primary are nearly all in. Let’s look who is on the Ballot in November.

Texas Governor

Incumbent Governor Rick Perry (R)
Former Houston Mayor Bill White (D)

Texas 1st Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R) running unopposed

Texas 2nd Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Ted Poe (R) running unopposed

Texas 3rd Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Sam Johnson (R) – John Lingenfelder (D)

Texas 4th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Ralph Hall (R) – VaLinda Hathcox (D)

Texas 5th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R) – Tom Berry (D)

Texas 6th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Joe Barton (R) – David Cazad (D)

Texas 7th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. John Culberson (R) running unopposed

Texas 8th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Kevin Brady (R) – Kent Hartgett (D)

Texas 9th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Al Green (D) – Steve Mueller (R)

Texas 10th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R) – Ted Ankrum (D)

Texas 11th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Mike Canaway (R) – James Quillian (D)

Texas 12th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Kay Granger (R) – Casey Smith (D)

Texas 13th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Mac Thornberry (R) running unopposed

Texas 14th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Ron Paul (R) – TBD (Run-Off between Robert Pruett and Winston Cochran to be held April 13th)

Texas 15th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Ruben Hinojosa (D) – TBD (Run-Off between Paul Haring and Eddie Zamora to be held April 13th)

Texas 16th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Silvestre Reyes (D) – Tim Besco (R)

Texas 17th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Chet Edwards (D) – TBD (Run-Off between Bill Flores and Bob Curnock to be held April 13th)

Texas 18th Congressional District

Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D) – John Faulk (R)

Texas 19th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R) – Andy Wilson (D)

Texas 20th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Charlie Gonzalez (D) – TBD (Run-Off between Clayton Trotter and Jamie Martinez to be held April 13th)

Texas 21st Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Lamar Smith (R) – Lainey Melnick (D)

Texas 22nd Congressional District

U. S. Pete Olson (D) – Kesha Rogers (D)

Texas 23rd Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Ciro Rodriguez (D) – TBD (Run-Off between Will Hurt and Quico Conseco to be held April 13th)

Texas 24th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Kenny Marchant (R) running unopposed

Texas 25th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. LLoyd Daggett (D) – Donna Campbell (R)

Texas 26th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Michael Burgess (R) – Neil Durrance (D)

Texas 27th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Solomon Ortiz (D) – TBD (Run-Off between James Duerr and Blake Farentholt to be held April 13th)

Texas 28th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D) – Bryan Underwood (R)

Texas 29th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Gene Green (D) – Roy Morales (R)

Texas 30th Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) – TBD (Run-Off between Stephen Broden and Sheldon Goldstein to be held April 13th)

Texas 31st Congressional District

U. S. Rep. John Carter (R) running unopposed

Texas 32nd Congressional District

U. S. Rep. Pete Sessions (R) – Grier Raggio (D)

So, 7 Run-Off Elections to be held April 13th (6 on the Republican Side, 1 on the Democratic Side)

I’ll have Final Unofficial Results for the two Gubernatorial Primaries later this morning.

Daniel G.

March 3, 2010 - Posted by | Blogs, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Other Things, Politics, Updates |

2 Comments »

  1. […] Daniel G With The Texas Results……. « PoliticalDog101.com Daniel G with the Texas results……. Morning Dog! The Results for the Texas Primary are nearly all in. Let’s look who is on the Ballot in November. Texas Governor. Incumbent Governor Rick Perry (R) Former Houston Mayor Bill White (D)… […]

    Pingback by Texas Governor Race Results | March 3, 2010 | Reply

  2. Daniel G., you forgot to post Texas Railroad Commissioner Victor G. Carrillo (R)’s bid to win a 2nd full 6-year term was dashed last night, losing to unknown David Porter (R): 59% to 41% in what is considered a political upset, leaving only 2 Latinos holding statewide office in my homestate with Eva Guzman and David Medina in the Texas Supreme Court.

    Comment by Conservative Democrat | March 3, 2010 | Reply


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