(Charlie L. Harper III)

This story was updated at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday with the final election results. It was updated on 2 p.m. on Wednesday to include the results from Williamson County, which includes a portion of District 6.

District 2—Vanessa Fuentes wins

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Vanessa Fuentes: 14,803 votes (56.12%)

Casey Ramos: 5,221 votes (19.79%)

David Chincanchan: 5,044 votes (19.08%)

Alex Strenger: 1,319 votes (5%)

District 4—Greg Casar is reelected

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Greg Casar: 11,555 votes (66.85%)

Louis C. Herrin III: 4,277 votes (24.74%)

Ramessess II Setepenre: 1,453 votes (8.41%)

District 6—Jimmy Flannigan and Mackenzie Kelly head to a Dec. 15 runoff

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Jimmy Flannigan: 14,180 votes (40.22%)

Mackenzie Kelly: 11,775 votes (33.4%)

Jennifer Mushtaler: 6,738 votes (19.11%)

Dee Harrison: 2,561 votes (7.26%)

District 7—Leslie Pool is reelected

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Leslie Pool: 27,255 votes (67.25%)

Morgan Witt: 13,275 votes (32.75%)

District 10—Alison Alter and Jennifer Virden head to a Dec. 15. runoff

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Alison Alter: 15,539 votes (34.2%)

Jennifer Virden: 11,553 votes (25.43%)

Pooja Sethi: 8,226 (18.11%)

Robert Thomas: 7,552 votes (16.62%)

Belinda Greene: 1,338 votes (2.94%)

Ben Easton: 841 votes (1.85%)

Noel Tristan: 384 votes (0.85%)

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