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Election Results

Nov. 2 is Election Day in Texas. Democrat and Republican voters will cast their ballots for several items, including eight constitutional amendments at the state level. A number of local bond propositions are up for a vote, as well, this cycle, including Fort Worth, Azel, Carroll, Allen, Highland Park and Pilot Point ISDs. Voters will also decide on several city council positions, and Mesquite will be electing a new mayor. WFAA is tracking results from the four big counties: Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton. We will also have results from Ellis, Hood, Parker, Rockwall and Wise counties. Join WFAA for live coverage on TV, on WFAA.com, and on Roku. Download the WFAA app to follow along with the results as they come in live.

* Indicates an incumbent

Texas Proposition 1

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
84%
84%
1,242,625
Against 
16%
16%
239,783

Texas Proposition 2

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
63%
63%
931,453
Against 
37%
37%
544,834

Texas Proposition 3

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
62%
62%
925,447
Against 
38%
38%
557,093

Texas Proposition 4

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
59%
59%
845,030
Against 
41%
41%
592,585

Texas Proposition 5

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
59%
59%
852,336
Against 
41%
41%
586,686

Texas Proposition 6

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
88%
88%
1,293,922
Against 
12%
12%
178,665

Texas Proposition 7

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
87%
87%
1,285,384
Against 
13%
13%
190,109

Texas Proposition 8

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
88%
88%
1,291,920
Against 
12%
12%
180,179