General Election

Tuesday, November 2, 2010
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US House of Representatives · 98 candidates in 32 districts
Governor
Rick Perry
Rick Perry · WON · Republican
Bill White
Bill White · Democrat
Andy Barron
Andy Barron · Write-in
 
Kathie Glass · Libertarian
 
Deb Shafto · Green
Lieutenant Governor
David Dewhurst
David Dewhurst · WON · Republican
Linda Chavez-Thompson
Linda Chavez-Thompson · Democrat
 
Herb Gonzales, Jr. · Green
Scott Jameson
Scott Jameson · Libertarian
Attorney General
Greg Abbott
Greg Abbott · WON · Republican
Barbara Ann Radnofsky
Barbara Ann Radnofsky · Democrat
 
Jon Roland · Libertarian
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Susan Combs
Susan Combs · WON · Republican
 
Edward Lindsay · Green
 
Mary J. Ruwart · Libertarian
Commissioner of the General land Office
Jerry Patterson
Jerry Patterson · WON · Republican
 
Hector Uribe · Democrat
 
James L. Holdar · Libertarian
Commissioner of Agriculture
Todd Staples
Todd Staples · WON · Republican
 
Rick Donaldson · Libertarian
 
Hank Gilbert · Democrat
Railroad Commissioner · Seat 1
David Porter
David Porter · WON · Republican
 
Jeff Weems · Democrat
 
Art Browning · Green
 
Roger Gary · Libertarian
Justice of the Supreme Court · Place 3
 
Debra Lehrmann · WON · Republican
 
Jim Sharp · Democrat
 
William Bryan Strange, II · Libertarian
Justice of the Supreme Court · Place 5
Paul Green
Paul Green · WON · Republican
 
Bill Moody · Democrat
 
Tom Oxford · Libertarian
Justice of the Supreme Court · Place 9
Eva Guzman
Eva Guzman · WON · Republican
 
Jack Armstrong · Libertarian
 
Blake Bailey · Democrat
Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals · Place 2
 
Larry E. Meyers · WON · Republican
 
J. Randell Stevens · Libertarian
Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals · Place 5
 
Cheryl Johnson · WON · Republican
 
Dave Howard · Libertarian
Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals · Place 6
 
Michael E. Keasler · WON · Republican
 
Keith Hampton · Democrat
 
Robert Ravee Virasin · Libertarian
State Board of Education · 20 candidates in 8 districts
State Senate · 33 candidates in 16 districts
State House of Representatives · 263 candidates in 150 districts
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