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2022 Texas Gubernatorial Election

The Texas primary elections were held on March 1. Candidates who did not receive over 50% of the vote will face a runoff against the second-place candidate on May 24. The general election will be held on November 8. 

Incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott won 66.4% of the Republican primary vote with 1,294,510 votes. Former U.S. congressman Beto O'Rourke won 91.4% of the Democratic primary vote with 980,153 votes (Data from The Texas Tribune, Lean Left bias). 

Our friends at have built helpful breakdowns of each 2022 Texas gubernatorial candidate's major policy positions and stances for their 2022 campaign. View the guide here.

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