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2024 Texas Elections

Greg Abbott, Ken Paxton declare victory in attack on House GOP defectors

The two state leaders and other prominent Republicans, like Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and former president Donald Trump, endorsed challengers in dozens of races citing the incumbents’ disloyalty to the party.

The House voting board in the Texas Capitol in Austin on May 29, 2023.

Voting FAQ: 2024 Elections

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  • How are the runoffs and general election different?

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  • Why does Texas have so many elections?

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