2022 Texas Primary Runoff Elections
These top two runoffs are for races where no candidate received a majority of the vote in the March 1 primary.
Polls close at 8:00 PM Eastern Time, except 9:00 PM Eastern for West Texas areas observing Mountain Time. Voting here? Find your polling place and hours.
Ken Paxton is seeking a third term. He finished first, with 43% of the vote on March 1. Land Commissioner George P. Bush, the only member of his family now holding public office, had 23%. For the Democrats, attorney Rochelle Garza advanced with 43%, while former Galveston Mayor Joe Jaworski was second with 20%.
US House: Primaries to Watch
|15||D||Open after redistricting, this is one of the few competitive general election districts in the state. 2020 nominee Monica De La Cruz won the GOP primary outright. There was a much more closely-contested primary for the Democrats. Ruben Ramirez (28% of the vote) and Michelle Vallejo (20%) advanced.|
|28||D||In a rematch from 2020, Rep. Henry Cuellar narrowly led his more progressive challenger, Jessica Cisneros by 49% to 47%. The runoff has drawn additional attention with the release of the Supreme Court's draft opinion on Roe vs. Wade. Cuellar is the only House Democrat that opposes abortion.|
|28||R||Whether the Democratic nominee is Cuellar or Cisneros, they are expected to face a competitive general election. The Republican runoff is between Cassy Garcia, a former staffer for Ted Cruz and Sandra Whitten, who lost to Cuellar as the GOP nominee in 2020. On March 1, Garcia had 24% of the vote, Whitten was at 18%.|
|30||D||Incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson is retiring from this safely Democratic district. She endorsed State Rep. Jasmine Crockett, who fell just short of a majority with 48%. Jane Hamilton advanced with 17%.|
US House: All Runoffs
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