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Abbott remains in office, midterm votes continue to be counted

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Beto vs. Abbott

Editor’s note: Results are still unofficial, as of Tuesday, Nov. 8, and will be updated as more information becomes available.

The 2022 Midterm election results were announced Tuesday, Nov. 8 including the governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. 

Below are the unofficial results for Texas’ 2022 midterm elections according to the Texas Tribune:

U.S. Representative District 10 

Michael McCaul — R – 158,784, 63.3%

Linda Nuno — D – 86,123, 34.3%

Bill Kelsey — L – 6,051, 2.4%

Governor

Greg Abbott — R- 4,424,445, 54.8%

Beto O’Rourke — D- 3,538,554, 43.8%

Mark Tippets — L – 82,404, 1.0 %

Delilah Barrios — G – 28,598, 0.4%

Lieutenant Governor 

Dan Patrick — R – 4,305,457, 53.8%

Mike Collier — D – 3,478,611, 43.4%

Shanna Steele — L – 222,043, 2.8%

Attorney General

Ken Paxton — R – 4,266,804, 53.5%

Rochelle Mercedec Garza — D – 3,481,474, 43.6%

Mark Ash — L – 233,436, 2.9%

Comptroller

Glenn Hegar — R – 4,483,526, 56.4%

Janet T. Dudding — D – 3,250,499, 40.9%

V. Alonzo Echevarria-Garza — L – 211,872, 2.7%

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Dawn Buckingham — R- 4,450,910, 56.2%

Jay Kleberg — D-3,335,980, 42.1%

Alfred Molison — G – 133,032, 1.7%

Commissioner of Agriculture 

Sid Miller — R -  4,464,949, 56.4%

Susan Hays — D – 3,453,497, 43.6%

Railroad Commissioner 

Wayne Christian — R – 4,388,479, 55.4%

Luke Warford — D – 3,209,027, 40.5%

Jaime Andrés Díez — L – 239,123, 3.0%

Hunter Crow — G – 86,244, 1.1%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3

Debra Lehrmann — R – 2,647,260, 53.8%

Erin A. Nowell — D - 2,171,722, 44.2%

Tom Oxford — L - 99,113, 2.0%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5

Rebeca Huddle — R – 2,690,087, 54.8%

Amanda Reichek — D – 2,219,796, 45.2%

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9

Evan Young — R – 2,666,922, 54.3%

Julia Maldonado — D – 2,248,500, 45.7%

Judge, Court of Criminals, Place 5

Scott Walker — R – 2,688,721, 54.7%

Dana Huffman — D – 2,223,695, 45.3%

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6

Jesse F. McClure III — R – 2,686,966, 54.9%

Robert Johnson — D – 2,205,640, 45.1%

State Senator, District 5

Charles Schwertner — R – 191,690, 71.6%

Tommy Estes — L – 76,121, 28.4%

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