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State Results

Tex. Governor%
 Declared WinnerPerry* (R) 58
 Sanchez (D) 40
 Other 2
97% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


Tex. Senate%
 Declared WinnerCornyn (R) 55
 Kirk (D) 43
 Other 2
97% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for Tex.


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Tex. Business Group in Furor Over Fliers
Just before last fall's general election, the Texas Association of Business launched a colossal direct-mail campaign that delivered 4 million pro-Republican fliers to voters statewide.

Texas Election News
GOP Shuts Out Democrats for Statewide Offices: Cornyn, Perry Win Handily as State Sees Heavy Turnout (Post, Nov. 6, 2002)

Polls Confuse Outlook for Texas Senate Contest (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 4, 2002; 3:40 PM)

Republicans Have Edge in Texas: Hope for Democrats' 'Dream Team' Rests on High Turnout Among Unlikely Voters (Post, Nov. 4, 2002)

Race, Enron Injected Into Texas Debate: No Knockout by Senate Hopefuls, but Democrat Is Kept on Defensive (Post, Oct. 20, 2002)

A Record Race for the Ayes of Texas: Spending Liberally, Sanchez Tries to Hasten Impact of Major Political Shift (Post, Oct. 13, 2002)

Running Against History in Texas: Democrat Kirk Faces More Than a GOP Foe in Fight for Senate Seat (Post, Sept. 16, 2002)

Texas Candidate Shares Dallas DJ's Name (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 19, 2002; 8:05 PM)

Battle-Tested Tex. Democrat Stenholm Looks Solid (Congressional Quarterly, Sept. 4, 2002; 3:20 PM)

Dirty Money, Dirty Politics: Texas Gov. Takes Jabs at Opponent in Television Ad (washingtonpost.com, July 31, 2002; 9:00 AM)

In Bush Country, Favored Democrat Targeted (Congressional Quarterly, July 16, 2002; 6:50 PM)

GOP Has Edge in Race for Texas's Open Senate Seat (Congressional Quarterly, June 14, 2002; 9:34 PM)

Hispanic Democrat Challenges Texas Rep. Bonilla (Congressional Quarterly, June 7, 2002; 2:44 PM)

Bush Adviser Apologizes for Donations to Democrats (Post, May 9, 2002)

Bell Hopes Democratic Lean Rings True in Texas 25th (Congressional Quarterly, April 24, 2002; 6:40 PM)

Burgess's Infant Political Career Looks Healthy (Congressional Quarterly, April 16, 2002; 3:58 PM)

Likely Texas Freshman Has District-Focused Agenda (Congressional Quarterly, April 12, 2002; 2:33 PM)

Kirk Wins Tex. Democratic Runoff: Nov. Victory Would Make Dallas Mayor State's First Black Senator (Post, April 10, 2002)

GOP Leader's Son Loses Texas Runoff (Congressional Quarterly, April 10, 2002; 7:58 AM)

Solid Party Support Gives Kirk Win Over Morales (Congressional Quarterly, April 10, 2002; 8:08 AM)


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