The Texas 2020 primary election results are trickling in. In the primary, each party will choose its candidate for U.S. president, U.S. Senate, congressional offices, legislative offices, the State Board of Education, the Railroad Commission and judicial seats. All Texans had the opportunity to vote for candidates in statewide races, but other contests depend on where you live. All U.S. and Texas House districts have an election this year, as well as one U.S. Senate office – incumbent John Cornyn’s seat – several Texas Senate seats and eight State Board of Education seats. Since March 3 is a primary election, ballots will be different for Democratic and Republican contests. The parties will also have propositions on the ballot, which in a primary election function more as opinion polls to gauge voter sentiment, not policy referendums. Be sure to bookmark this page to check back on the Texas 2020 election results.