Below you can find the Texas election results for the 2012 presidential election and the state's House and Senate races.
Texas, which has voted Republican in nine of the last 10 presidential races, was again expected to cast it's vote in favor of the GOP's man. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney lead the state's polls by a solid margin leading up to Election Day.
In 2008, GOP candidate John McCain took the state's 38 electoral votes by a margin of nearly 1 million votes. However, counties sharing a border with Mexico tended to vote Democratic.
Texas also has a number of House seats and a Senate seat up for grabs this year. But little change seemed likely for the Lone Star State in the House, as most incumbents appeared likely to retain their seats. In the Senate race, Republican Ted Cruz and Democrat Paul Sadler have been duking it out over the seat of retiring incumbent Kay Bailey Hutchison, though in the days leading up to Nov. 6, it seemed unlikely that Sadler had any real shot at claiming the seat.