It was a GOP sweep in Williamson County. Congratulations to the winners and we certainly hope that Jana Duty will bring a culture change to the Williamson County District Attorney’s office and that Tony Dale will legislates like he’s in a district where 43% of his constituents voted against him.
President Barack Obama won reelection with over 300 votes in the Electoral College and right now and close to a 2 percentage point lead in the popular vote. Congratulations to the President and Vice President Joe Biden. The Democrats also picked up seats in the US Senate and it appears pick up a handful of seats in the US House, while the GOP keeps the majority. [See results here].
In Texas it’s a mixed bag. Democrats were still unable to win a statewide race, and were swept in the 3rd Court of Appeals races. But it looks like Democrats will pick up 7 seats in the Texas House, and hold there number at 12 in the Texas Senate, which means Sen. Wendy Davis held her seat District 10. Also the Democrats picked up 1 seat in the Texas delegation in the US House. More from Kuff, 2012 election results.
Williamson County results.