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Runoff Election 2014 Results: Big Wins For Dan Patrick And Ken Paxton


Here's a look at election results from Tuesday's runoff. Winners are noted with asterisks:

Catch up on our election roundup here: interviews, stories and reaction.

Republican Runoffs

Congress, District 4

Ralph Hall – incumbent: 47 percent

**John Ratcliffe: 53 percent

Lieutenant Governor

David Dewhurst – incumbent: 35 percent

**Dan Patrick: 65 percent

Attorney General

Dan Branch: 36 percent

**Ken Paxton: 64 percent

Agriculture Commissioner

Tommy Merritt: 47 percent

**Sid Miller: 53 percent

Railroad Commissioner

Wayne Christian: 43 percent

**Ryan Sitton: 57 percent

State Board of Education, District 11

**Pat Hardy – incumbent: 59 percent

Eric Mahroum: 41 percent

State Senator, District 2

Bob Deuell – incumbent: 49.6 percent

**Bob Hall: 50.4 percent

State Senator, District 10

**Konni Burton: 60 percent

Mark Shelton: 40 percent

State Representative, District 66

Glenn Callison: 46 percent

**Matt Shaheen: 54 percent

State Representative, District 102

Stefani Carter – incumbent: 40 percent

**Linda Koop: 60 percent

State Representative, District 108

**Morgan Meyer: 74 percent

Chart Westcott: 26 percent

Democratic Runoff

U.S. Senator

**David Alameel: 73 percent

Kesha Rogers: 27 percent

Agriculture Commissioner

Richard “Kinky” Friedman: 46 percent

**Jim Hogan: 54 percent

State Board of Education, District 13

**Erika Beltran: 67 percent

Andrea Hilburn: 33 percent

Eric Aasen is KERA’s managing editor. He helps lead the station's news department, including radio and digital reporters, producers and newscasters. He also oversees, the station’s news website, and manages the station's digital news projects. He reports and writes stories for the website and contributes pieces to KERA radio. He's discussed breaking news live on various public radio programs, including The Takeaway, Here & Now and Texas Standard, as well as radio and TV programs in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.