Texas election results for president, senate, Congress and more

Turnout in primary midterm elections has historically been low, with less than a quarter of registered voters casting ballots most years. The latest turnout data published by the Texas secretary of state shows that turnout was low compared to 2020 after the two-week early voting period.

Additionally, domestic mail-in ballots turned in and postmarked by election day will be counted if the county receives it by 5 p.m. on March 6. Mail-in ballots from military and overseas voters must be postmarked by election day and are accepted if they are received by March 11 . In close races, mail-in votes could determine the winner, which can delay race calling. The certification of final election results must be completed by March 17.

The Texas Tribune’s election data is provided by The Associated Press, which gathers voting information from the secretary of state’s office, county election sites and stringers on the ground in Texas. The AP will call winners and provide estimates as to how many votes are left to be counted.

About the data

Election results data provided by The Associated Press.

Candidate information from the Texas secretary of state’s office, the Texas Democratic Party, the Republican Party of Texas and Texas Tribune research.

County shapes and city locations provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Road lines provided by Natural Earth.

Contributions by Emily Albracht and Reagan Hicks.

Disclosure: The Texas secretary of state, Theresa Boisseau, Santos Limon, Sylvia R. Garcia, Stuart Whitlow, Julie Johnson, Dayna Steele, Jan McDowell, Katherine Culbert, Pam Little, Merrie Fox, Gary VanDeaver, Jill Dutton, Kyle Biedermann, Erin Shank, Michelle Beckley, Walter Coppage, Stan Lambert, Norma Chávez, Yvonne Davis, Donna Howard, Terry Canales, Senfronia Thompson, Brooks Landgraf, Vikki Goodwin and Todd Hunter have been financial supporters of The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization that is funded in part by donations from members, foundations and corporate sponsors. Financial supporters play no role in the Tribune’s journalism. Find a complete list of them here.

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