Interactive: 2010 Gubernatorial Election Results Maps

Gov. Rick Perry won all but 28 counties in the Nov. 2 gubernatorial election, capturing 55 percent of the vote. His opponent, Democrat Bill White, finished second with 42 percent. These maps visualize the two major-party candidates' head-to-head matchup, but also their individual performance by county.

CHANGE MAPS: All Results | Rick Perry (R) | Bill White (D) | County-by-County Turnout

Source: Texas Secretary of State | Download .csv: Results | Built with Google Fusion Tables

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