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Final results: U.S. House of Representatives
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The following U.S. House districts represent Austin residents. Results were last updated at 5:30 a.m.

District 10—U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul is declared the winner of this race.

Michael McCaul (REP, incumbent): 215,896 votes (53.5%)

Mike Siegel (DEM): 186,50 votes (45.3%)

Roy Eriksen (LIB): 8,928 votes (2.2%)

An estimated 17.2% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

District 17—Pete Sessions is declared the winner of this race.

Pete Sessions (REP): 170,807 votes (55.9%)

Rick Kennedy (DEM): 124,953 votes (40.9%)

Ted Brown (LIB): 9,834 votes (3.2%)

An estimated 33.7% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

District 21—U.S. Rep. Chip Roy is the declared the winner of this race.

Wendy Davis (DEM): 203,028 votes (45.2%)

Chip Roy (REP, incumbent): 233,766 votes (52.1%)

Arthur DiBianca (LIB): 8,555 votes (1.9%)

Thomas Wakely (GRN): 3,517 votes (0.8%)

An estimate 98.9% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

District 25—U.S. Rep. Roger Williams is declared the winner of this race.

Roger Williams (REP, incumbent): 219,053 votes (56%)

Julie Oliver (DEM): 164,415 votes (42%)

Bill Kelsey (LIB): 7,678 votes (2%)

An estimated 100.7% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

District 31—U.S. Rep. John Carter is declared the winner of this race.

John Carter (REP, incumbent): 210,768 votes (53.5%)

Donna Imam (DEM): 1647,394 votes (44.3%)

Clark Patterson (LIB): 8,819 votes (2.2%)

An estimated 95.4% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

District 35—U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett is declared the winner of this race.

Lloyd Doggett (DEM, incumbent): 174,429 votes (65.3%)

Jenny Garcia Sharon (REP): 80,016 votes (30%)

Mark Loewe (LIB): 7,311 votes (2.7%)

Jason Mata Sr. (IND): 5,169 votes (1.9%)

An estimated 15.2% of votes have been counted, according to Decision Desk HQ.

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