See all the results from Harris County's 2020 elections

While the nation waits on the fate of the presidency, dozens of elections in Harris County were handily decided by late Tuesday night. Those races include Harris County law enforcement, prosecutors, state legislators and congressmembers alike. Here are the results of most of those elections, according to the Harris County Clerk. District AttorneyMary Nan Huffman (Republican): 721,297 votes (46.2 percent)Kim Ogg (Democrat): 839,210 votes (53.8 percent)SheriffJoe Danna (Republican): 669,877 votes (42.6 percent)Ed Gonzalez (Democrat): 900,980 votes (57.4 percent)County Commissioner, Precinct 3Tom Ramsey (Republican): 227,639 votes (52.4 percent)Michael Moore (Democrat): 206,890 votes (47.6 percent)Constable, Precinct 2Daniel Vela (Republican): 32,103 votes (38.5 percent)Jerry Garcia (Democrat): 51,333 votes (61.5 percent)Constable, Precinct 3Andre Hines (Republican): 48,064 votes (39.9 percent)Sherman Eagleton (Democrat): 72,429 votes (60.1 percent)Constable, Precinct 4Mark Herman (Republican): 247,184 votes (57.9 percent)Jeff McGowen (Democrat): 179,503 votes (42.1 percent)Constable, Precinct 5Ted Heap (Republican): 215,979 votes (51.4 percent)Mark Alan Harrison (Democrat): 204,081 votes (48.6 percent)United States Representative, Texas District 2Dan Crenshaw (Republican): 197,300 votes (56.1 percent)Sima Ladjevardian (Democrat): 148,727 votes (42.3 percent)Elliott Robert Scheirman (Libertarian): 5,582 votes(1.6 percent)United States Representative, Texas District 7Wesley Hunt (Republican): 147,802 votes (47.5 percent)Lizzie Fletcher (Democrat): 158,019 votes (50.8 percent)Shawn Kelly (Libertarian): 5,514 votes (1.8 percent)United States Representative, Texas District 9Johnny Teague (Republican): 35,317 votes (22 percent)Al Green (Democrat): 120,743 votes (75.1 percent)Jose R. Sosa (Libertarian): 4,782 votes (3 percent)United States Representative, Texas District 18Wendell Champion (Republican): 57,617 votes (23.5 percent)Sheila Jackson Lee (Democrat): 180,125 votes (73.3 percent)Luke Spencer (Libertarian): 4,482 votes (1.8 percent)Vince Duncan (Independent): 3,378 votes (1.4 percent)United States Representative, Texas District 29Jaimy Z. Blanco (Republican): 42,527 votes (27.4 percent)Sylvia Garcia (Democrat): 110,567 votes (71.2 percent)Phil Kurtz (Libertarian): 2,316 votes (1.5 percent)State Senator, District 6Carol Alvarado (Democrat): 137,070 votes (84 percent)Timothy Duffield (Libertarian): 26,027 votes (16 percent)State Senator, District 13Milinda Morris (Republican): 39,587 votes (19.9 percent)Borris L Miles (Democrat): 159,399 votes (80.1 percent)State Representative, District 126E. Sam Harless (Republican): 39,178 votes (53.3 percent)Natali Hurtado (Democrat): 34,320 votes (46.7 percent)State Representative, District 127Dan Huberty (Republican): 66,016 votes (71.1 percent)Neko Antoniou (Libertarian): 26,794 votes (28.9 percent)State Representative, District 128Briscoe Cain (Republican): 48,497 votes (68.4 percent)Mary E. Williams (Democrat): 22,403 votes (31.6 percent)State Representative, District 129Dennis Paul (Republican): 49,725 votes (58.9 percent)Kayla Alix (Democrat): 34,665 votes (41.1 percent)State Representative, District 130Tom Oliverson (Republican): 71,290 votes (69 percent)Bryan J Henry (Democrat): 32,042 votes (31 percent)State Representative, District 132Mike Schofield (Republican): 52,008 votes (51.8 percent)Gina Calanni (Democrat): 48,282 votes (48.1 percent)Titus Benton: 108 votes (0.1 percent)State Representative, District 133Jim Murphy (Republican): 50,286 votes (57.1 percent)Sandra G Moore (Democrat): 36,267 votes (41.2 percent)James Harren (Libertarian): 1,478 votes (1.7 percent)State Representative, District 134Sarah Davis (Republican): 51,566 votes (47.7 percent)Ann Johnson (Democrat): 56,540 votes (52.3 percent)State Representative, District 135Justin Ray (Republican): 36,246 votes (48.7 percent)Jon E. Rosenthal (Democrat): 36,563 votes (49.1 percent)Paul Bilyeu (Libertarian): 1,695 votes (2.3 percent)State Representative, District 137Gene Wu (Democrat): 23,394 votes (81.5 percent)Lee Sharp (Libertarian): 5,316 votes (18.5 percent)State Representative, District 138Lacey Hull (Republican): 32,881 votes (51.6 percent)Akilah Bacy (Democrat): 30,820 votes (48.4 percent)State Representative, District 139Jarvis D. Johnson (Democrat): 48,539 votes (85.9 percent)R. Grizzle Trojacek (Libertarian): 7,981 votes (14.1 percent)State Representative, District 142Jason Rowe (Republican): 14,216 votes (25.3 percent)Harold V. Dutton Jr (Democrat): 42,033 votes (74.7 percent)State Representative, District 144Tony Salas (Republican): 13,400 votes (43.6 percent)Mary Ann Perez (Democrat): 17,354 votes (56.4 percent)State Representative, District 145Martha Elena Fierro (Republican): 14,302 votes (33.7 percent)Christina Morales (Democrat): 27,156 votes (64 percent)Richard Aaron Howell (Libertarian): 962 votes (2.3 percent)State Representative, District 146Shawn Nicole Thierry (Democrat): 44,902 v

chron.com