The contests are set for the November 6 General Election.
Randy Weber on Tuesday won the Republican nomination to face former Congressman Nick Lampson, a Democrat, in the election to replace Ron Paul - who did not seek reelection to the 14th Congressional District of Texas.
Former Congressman Steve Stockman won his Republican runoff race for nomination to the 36th Congressional District; and will face Max Martin, a Democrat, in November.
Wayne Faircloth won the Republican nomination for State Representative District 23 and will face incumbent Representative Craig Eiland, a Democrat, in November.
Dr. Greg Bonnen won the Republican nomination for State Representative District 24 and will face Rusty Cates, a Democrat, in November.
Rick Miller won the Republican nomination for State Representative District 26 and will face Vy Nguyen,a Democrat, in November.
In Brazoria County incumbent Republican Justice of the Peace Precinct 1, Place 1 Justin M. Thomson lost the Republican runoff to Jack Brown; Mike Merkel won the Republican primary for Justice of the Peace Precinct 3, Place 1; and incumbent Republican Constable Precinct 3 C.B. "Buck" Stevens easily won nomination to another term in the Republican runoff.
In Fort Bend County Bruce Fleming won the Republican primary for County Commissioner Precinct 1.
In Galveston County Kerry Neves won the Republican nomination to the 10th Judicial District Court bench. There is no Democrat in the race, thus Neves will take the bench in January.
Michelle Slaughter defeated incumbent Wayne Malia for the 405th Judicial Court. Mallia had previously been elected as a Democrat for that office. There is no Democrat in the race so Slaughter is virtually elected.
Henry Trochesset won the Republican nomination for Galveston County Sheriff and will face Democrat John Pruitt in November.
Ryan Dennard won the Republican primary race for Commissioner Precinct 1 and will face Democrat Winston Cochrin in November.
Harris County had contested races in the Republican and Democratic primaries.
In the Republican Party Michael Landrum won the nomination for District Judge of the 129th District Court; Don Self won the nomination for District Judge of the 152nd District Court; and Louis Guthrie won the nomination for Harris County Sheriff. Guthrie will face incumbent Sheriff Adrian Garcia, a Democrat, in November.
In the Democratic Party Erica S. Lee won the nomination for Harris County School Board of Trustees, Position 6, Precinct 1. Alan Rosen won the nomination for Constable Precinct 1; and Christopher Diaz won the nomination for Constable Precinct 2. (About 300 provisional ballots were cast in the election, which could impact the results of the Constable Precinct 2 race.)
For the complete, but unofficial, tally of the votes Click Here. The numbers will be officially canvassed by each of the appropriate entities.