Austin Area Elections results



US Senate:

Incumbent John Cornyn wins reelection

Challenger MJ Hegar conceded the race.

Austin area Texas House races:

State Rep District 47

Vikki Goodwin: 51%

Justin Berry 47%

State Rep District 48: Decided

Incumbent Donna Howard wins

State Rep District 49: Decided

Incumbent Gina Hinojosa wins

State Rep District 50:Decided

Incumbent Celia Israel wins

State Rep District 50: Decided

Incumbent Eddie Rodriguez wins

Austin City Council

District 2

Austin’s 2nd district was represented by current Mayor Protem Delia Garza, however she is running for the Travis County Attorney’s office, leaving her seat open in this election. Three candidates are attempting to replace her.


David Chincanchan 19%

Vanessa Fuentes 56%

Casey Ramos 19%

Alex Strenger 5%* dropped out of the race

District 4

Austin’s 4th district is currently represented by incumbent City Councilmember Greg Casar. He is fending off two challengers. Louis Herrin and Ramesses Setepenre.

Incumbent Greg Casar: 67%

Louis Herrin: 24%

Ramesses Setepenre: 8%


District 6

Austin City Councilmember Jimmy Flannigan is fighting to keep his seat. District 6 is in Northwest Austin, and contains a portion of Williamson County. He being challenged by Republican backed MacKenzie Kelly,  Gynocologist Dr. Jennifer Mushtaler , and Dee Harrison


Kelly: 35%

Dr. Mushtaler: 19%


District 7

Councilmember Leslie Pool is trying to keep her seat and is facing one challenger Progressive Democrat Morgan Witt.

Pool: 67%

Witt: 32%

District 10

Incumbent Alison Alter: 35%

Jennifer Virden: 25%

Pooja Sethi: 18%

Robert Thomas: 16%

Belinda Greene: 2%

Ben Easton: 1%

Noel Tristan: Less than 1%



Proposition A: $7.1-billion in public transit upgrades is on the ballot today for Austin voters. Mayor Steve Adler says the long-term mobility impact would be well worth the spike in property taxes. But Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty says that spike would be 25% on City of Austin property Taxes, and would never go back down. The proposal includes light rail, buses, a tunnel, and $300-million for low-income housing.

For: 58%

Against: 41%


Proposition B: A second transit item also IN the hands of voters Is proposition B. It’s a $460-million proposal focused on things like sidewalks and bike paths and a pedestrian bridge near the Longhorn Dam.

For: 67%

Against: 32%


Travis County Sheriff:

Incumbent Sally Hernandez: 71%

Raul Vargus: 28%

Travis County Commissioners Court:

Precinct 1

Incumbent Jeff Travillion: 77%

Solomon Arcoven: 22%

Precinct 3:

Incumbent Ann Howard: 58%

Becky Bray: 41%

Williamson County Sheriff:

Incumbent Robert Chody: 43%

Mike Gleason: 57%



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