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2016 United States presidential election in Texas

2016 race in Texas
Flag of Texas.

The 2016 United States presidential election in Texas was held on 8 November 2016. It was part of the 2016 United States presidential election, in which all other states plus the District of Columbia voted.

On 1 March 2016, the state also voted for who they wanted to be the nominee of their respective parties.

PresidentialEdit

PredictionEdit

Texas has voted for the Republican candidate since the 1980 election. Below is a list of predictions from credible news organizations:

  1. Los Angeles Times: Leans Trump[1]
  2. CNN: Solid Trump[2]
  3. Sabato's Crystal Ball: Solid Trump[3]
  4. NBC: Leans Trump[4]
  5. Electoral-vote.com: Leans Trump[5]
  6. RealClearPolitics: Leans Trump[6]
  7. Fox News: Leans Trump[7]
  8. ABC: Solid Trump[8]
 
County Results      Clinton—80-90%      Clinton—70-80%      Clinton—60-70%      Clinton—50-60%      Clinton—<50%      Trump—<50%      Trump—50-60%      Trump—60-70%      Trump—70-80%      Trump—80-90%

ResultsEdit

[9]

Presidential election
Choice Votes %
Donald Trump (REP) 4,681,590 52.42%
Hillary Clinton (DEM) 3,867,816 43.31%
Gary Johnson 282,524 3.16%
Jill Stein 71,307 0.79%
Evan McMullin 20,227 0.22%
Total votes 8,929,462 100%

By countyEdit

County[10] Trump
Votes
Trump
%
Clinton
Votes
Clinton
%
Johnson
Votes
Johnson
%
Stein
Votes
Stein
%
Other
Votes
Other
%
Total
Anderson 13,165 77.95 3,358 19.88 307 1.81 57 0.33 0 0.00 16,887
Andrews 3,925 79.43 836 16.91 147 2.97 18 0.36 15 0.53 4,941
Angelina 21,666 72.47 7,538 25.21 560 1.87 106 0.35 26 0.10 29,896
Aransas 7,730 73.71 2,458 23.44 238 2.26 41 0.39 19 0.20 10,486
Archer 3,785 88.49 394 9.21 80 1.87 10 0.23 8 0.20 4,277
Armstrong 924 90.49 70 6.85 18 1.76 5 0.48 4 0.42 1,021
Atascosa 8,598 63.05 4,635 33.99 307 2.25 65 0.47 31 0.24 13,636
Austin 9,637 78.52 2,319 18.89 248 2.02 51 0.41 18 0.16 12,273
Bailey 1,343 74.94 397 22.15 39 2.17 5 0.27 8 0.47 1,792
Bandera 8,159 79.88 1,726 16.89 262 2.56 66 0.64 1 0.03 10,214
Bastrop 16,314 57.39 10,555 37.13 1,061 3.73 320 1.12 174 0.63 28,424
Baylor 1,267 84.52 191 12.74 31 2.06 3 0.20 7 0.48 1,499
Bee 4,743 55.91 3,443 40.58 238 2.80 34 0.40 25 0.31 8,483
Bell 51,780 54.76 37,608 39.77 3,800 4.01 811 0.85 552 0.61 94,551
Bexar[11] 240,333 40.42 319,550 53.74 20,091 3.38 6,645 1.12 7,955 1.34 598,691
Blanco 4,212 74.08 1,244 21.88 180 3.16 33 0.58 16 0.30 5,685
Borden 330 90.41 31 8.49 3 0.82 1 0.27 0 0.00 365
Bosque 6,325 80.85 1,277 16.32 155 1.98 40 0.51 26 0.34 7,823
Bowie 24,913 71.99 8,831 25.52 582 1.68 144 0.41 133 0.40 34,603
Brazoria 72,653 60.08 43,075 35.62 3,765 3.11 803 0.66 615 0.53 120,911
Brazos 38,662 57.67 23,041 34.37 3,801 5.67 532 0.79 993 1.50 67,029
Brewster 2,073 48.87 1,869 44.06 208 4.90 76 1.79 15 0.38 4,241
Briscoe 625 84.91 91 12.36 14 1.90 4 0.54 2 0.29 736
Brooks 613 23.61 1,937 74.61 32 1.23 14 0.53 0 0.00 2,596
Brown 12,010 85.67 1,621 11.56 253 1.80 65 0.46 69 0.51 14,018
Burleson 5,316 76.37 1,491 21.42 118 1.69 20 0.28 15 0.24 6,960
Burnet 14,595 76.23 3,785 19.76 563 2.94 103 0.53 100 0.54 19,146

CaucusesEdit

DemocraticEdit

The Democratic caucus occurred on 26 March 2016.

Presidential election
Choice Votes % Delegates
Hillary Clinton 936,004 65.19% 168
Bernie Sanders 476,547 33.19% 75
Rocky De La Fuente 8,429 0.59%
Martin O'Malley 5,364 0.37%
Willie Wilson 3,254 0.23%
Keith Judd 2,569 0.18%
Calvis L. Hawes 2,017 0.14%
Star Locke 1,711 0.12%
Total votes 1,435,895 100% 20

RepublicanEdit

The Republican caucus occurred on 1 March 2016.

Presidential election
Choice Votes % Delegates
Ted Cruz 1,241,118 43.76% 104
Donald Trump 758,762 26.75% 48
Marco Rubio 503,055 17.74% 3
John Kasich 120,473 4.25%
Ben Carson 117,969 4.16%
Jeb Bush 35,420 1.25%
Uncommitted 29,609 1.04%
Rand Paul 8,000 0.28%
Mike Huckabee 6,226 0.22%
Elizabeth Gray 5,449 0.19%
Chris Christie 3,448 0.12%
Carly Fiorina 3,247 0.11%
Rick Santorum 2,006 0.07%
Lindsey Graham 1,706 0.06%
Total votes 2,836,488 100% 155

Related pagesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Our final map has Clinton winning with 352 electoral votes. Compare your picks with ours". Los Angeles Times. 2016-11-06. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  2. "Road to 270: CNN's general election map - CNNPolitics.com". Cnn.com. 2016-11-08. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  3. "Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball » 2016 President". Centerforpolitics.org. 2016-11-07. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  4. Todd, Chuck. "NBC's Final Battleground Map Shows Clinton With a Significant Lead". NBC News. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  5. "ElectoralVote". ElectoralVote. 2000-12-31. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  6. "2016 Election Maps - Battle for White House". RealClearPolitics. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  7. "Electoral Scorecard: Map shifts again in Trump's favor, as Clinton holds edge". Fox News. 2016-11-07. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  8. "Electoral Map 2016: Forecast Who Will Win-Clinton or Trump". Abcnews.go.com. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
  9. "Texas Secretary of State". Retrieved November 10, 2016.
  10. https://enrpages.sos.state.tx.us/public/nov08_319_race0.htm?x=0&y=80&id=82
  11. "OFFICIAL RESULTS, Bexar County, Texas, General Election, November 8, 2016". bexar.org. Bexar County. November 16, 2016. Retrieved November 18, 2016.

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