AUSTIN, Texas — It’s the day after Election Day! While many local races have been called, the presidential race is still ongoing.
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Election Day Top Stories
- Democrat MJ Hegar concedes Senate race to Republican incumbent Sen. John Cornyn
- Williamson County election: There’s a new sheriff in town
- Chip Roy wins reelection in Texas-21 in competitive race against Wendy Davis
- Austin voters approve Proposition A to help fund $7.1B Project Connect plan, city claims
- John Carter wins reelection in Texas’s 31st Congressional District
- Incumbent Greg Casar clinches District 4 seat for third term in the Austin City Council
1:20 p.m. - Joe Biden is the winner of Wisconsin with 10 electoral votes, the AP has declared.
1 p.m. - After winning the race for U.S. Representative for the 21st District of Texas, Chip Roy released a statement Wednesday afternoon. His statement said in part, " On election night, Texans in the Hill Country demonstrated our collective resolve to preserve these important ideals for ourselves and our children and grandchildren, so that they may inherit a stronger, safer, and freer country." You can read his full statement here.
10:30 a.m. - Austin City Council District 10 will go to a runoff between incumbent Alison Alter and Jennifer Virden. The runoff election will be on Dec. 15.
10 a.m. - Austin City Council District 6 will go to a runoff between Jimmy Flannigan and Mackenzie Kelly.
8:40 a.m. - Following her loss to Rep. Chip Roy, Wendy Davis released a statement on Twitter.
2 a.m. - Joe Biden wins Maine, according to AP.
1:55 a.m. - Joe Biden flips Arizona, according to AP. Biden is the second Democratic presidential candidate since 1948 to win the longtime Republican stronghold, according to the AP.
1:33 a.m. - Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy has won reelection against Democratic former state Sen. Wendy Davis in Texas’s 21st Congressional District.
12:30 a.m. - Vanessa Fuentes has been elected to serve District 2 in the Austin City Council.
12:05 a.m. - Texas has voted for President Donald Trump in the presidential election.