United States Representative

District 1: Nathaniel Moran (R)
District 2: Dan Crenshaw (R)
District 3: Keith Self (R)
District 4: Pat Fallon (R)
District 5: Lance Gooden (R)
District 6: Jake Ellzey (R)
District 8: Morgan Luttrell (R)
District 10: Michael McCaul (R)
District 11: August Pfluger (R)
District 12: Kay Granger (R)
District 13: Ronny Jackson (R)
District 14: Randy Weber (R)
District 15: Monica De La Cruz (R)
District 16: Irene Armendariz-Jackson (R)
District 17: Pete Sessions (R)
District 19: Jodey Arrington (R)
District 20: Kyle Sinclair (R)
District 21: Chip Roy (R)
District 22: Troy Nehls (R)
District 23: Tony Gonzales (R)
District 24: Beth Van Duyne (R)
District 25: Roger Williams (R)
District 26: Michael Burgess (R)
District 27: Michael Cloud (R)
District 28: Cassy Garcia (R)
District 31: John Carter (R)
District 34: Mayra Flores
District 36: Brian Babin (R)
District 38: Wesley Hunt (R)

Statewide Races

Governor: Greg Abbott (R)
Lt. Governor: Dan Patrick (R)
Attorney General: Ken Paxton (R)
Comptroller of Public Accounts: Glenn Hegar (R)
Commissioner of General Land Office: Dawn Buckingham (R)
Railroad Commission: Wayne Christian (R)
Texas Supreme Court, Place 3: Debra Lehrmann (R)
Texas Supreme Court, Place 5: Rebeca Huddle (R)
Texas Supreme Court, Place 9: Evan Young (R)
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2: Mary Lou Keel (R)
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5: Scott Walker (R)
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6: Jesse McClure (R)

State Board of Education

District 2: LJ Francis (R)
District 6: Will Hickman (R)
District 7: Julie Pickren (R)
District 9: Keven Ellis (R)
District 10: Tom Maynard (R)
District 11: Patricia Hardy (R)

Texas State Senate

District 3: Robert Nichols (R)
District 5: Charles Schwertner (R)
District 7: Paul Bettencourt (R)
District 8: Angela Paxton (R)
District 10: Phil King (R)
District 17: Joan Huffman (R)
District 20: Westley Wright (R)
District 22: Brian Birdwell (R)
District 24: Pete Flores (R)
District 25: Donna Campbell (R)
District 27: Adam Hinojosa (R)
District 28: Charles Perry (R)
District 30: Drew Springer (R)

Texas State Representative

District 1: Gary VanDeaver (R)
District 3: Cecil Bell Jr. (R)
District 4: Gregory “Keith” Bell (R)
District 5: Cole Hefner (R)
District 7: Jay Dean (R)
District 8: Cody Harris (R)
District 9: Trent Ashby (R)
District 11: Travis Clardy (R)
District 12: Kyle Kacal (R)
District 13: Angelia Orr (R)
District 14: John Raney (R)
District 16: Will Metcalf (R)
District 17: Stan Gerdes (R)
District 18: Ernest Bailes (R)
District 19: Ellen Troxclair (R)
District 20: Terry Wilson (R)
District 21: Dade Phelan (R)
District 24: Greg Bonnen (R)
District 25: Cody Vasut (R)
District 26: Jacey Jetton (R)
District 28: Gary Gates (R)
District 29: Ed Thompson (R)
District 30: Geanie Morrison (R)
District 31: Ryan Guillen (R)
District 32: Todd Hunter (R)
District 33: Justin Holland (R)
District 34: Carolyn Vaughn (R)
District 35: Oscar Rosa (R)
District 37: Janie Lopez (R)
District 41: John Guerra (R)
District 43: J.M. Lozano (R)
District 44: John Kuempel (R)
District 45: Michelle Lopez (R)
District 52: Caroline Harris (R)
District 53: Andrew Murr (R)
District 54: Brad Buckley (R)
District 55: Hugh Shine (R)
District 56: Charles “Doc” Anderson (R)
District 57: Richard Hayes (R)
District 58: DeWayne Burns (R)
District 59: Shelby Slawson (R)
District 60: Glenn Rogers (R)
District 61: Frederick Frazier (R)
District 62: Reggie Smith (R)
District 63: Ben Bumgarner (R)
District 64: Lynn Stucky (R)
District 65: Kronda Thimesch (R)
District 66: Matt Shaheen (R)
District 67: Jeff Leach (R)
District 68: David Spiller (R)
District 69: James Frank (R)
District 70: Jamee Jolly (R)
District 71: Stan Lambert (R)
District 72: Drew Darby (R)
District 74: Katherine Parker (R)
District 81: Brooks Landgraf (R)
District 82: Tom Craddick (R)
District 83: Dustin Burrows (R)
District 84: Carl Tepper (R)
District 85: Stan Kitzman (R)
District 86: John Smithee (R)
District 87: Four Price (R)
District 88: Ken King (R)
District 89: Candy Noble (R)
District 91: Stephanie Klick (R)
District 93: Nate Schatzline (R)
District 96: David Cook (R)
District 97: Craig Goldman (R)
District 98: Giovanni Capriglione (R)
District 99: Charlie Geren (R)
District 106: Jared Patterson (R)
District 108: Morgan Meyer (R)
District 112: Angie Chen Button (R)
District 115: Melisa Denis (R)
District 118: John Lujan (R)
District 121: Stephen Allison (R)
District 126: Sam Harless (R)
District 127: Charles Cunningham (R)
District 128: Briscoe Cain (R)
District 129: Dennis Paul (R)
District 132: Mike Schofield (R)
District 133: Mano DeAyala (R)
District 138: Lacey Hull (R)
District 150: Valoree Swanson (R)

Courts of Appeals

Chief Justice, 1st Court of Appeals: Terry Adams (R)
1st Court of Appeals, Place 4: April Farris (R)
2nd Court of Appeals, Place 3: Elizabeth Kerr (R)
3rd Court of Appeals, Place 4: Lesli Fitzpatrick (R)
4th Court of Appeals, Place 7: Lori Valenzuela (R)
5th Court of Appeals, Place 4: Emily Miskel (R)
5th Court of Appeals, Place 7: Kristina Williams (R)
7th Court of Appeals, Place 4: Larry Doss (R)
8th Court of Appeals, Place 2: Jeff Alley (R)
14th Court of Appeals, Place 2: Kevin Jewell (R)
14th Court of Appeals, Place 9: Randy Wilson (R)

Local Races

Bexar County, Judge, 225th District Court: Renee Yanta (R)
Denton County Commissioner, Precinct 4: Dianne Edmondson (R)
Galveston County District Attorney: Jack Roady (R)
Hays County District Attorney: David Puryear (R)
Jim Wells County Judge: Amanda Sue Friedeck (R)
McLennan County District Attorney: Josh Tetens (R)
Nueces County Judge: Connie Scott (R)
Williamson County, Judge, 368th District Court: Sarah Bruchmiller (R)
Williamson County Judge: Bill Gravell (R)
Williamson County Clerk: Nancy Rister (R)
Williamson County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2: Angela Williams (R)

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