Looking for results for the May 24 runoff election? Find them here.

Texas is one of several states that held primaries on March 1 — known as “Super Tuesday” or as the “SEC Primary” — and had an outsized say in who moved forward in both the Democratic and Republican presidential nominating contests. Voters also decided most of their party's races for congressional, state and legislative positions. In these results, you'll see that 22 races ended with no candidate above 50 percent. Those will be decided in runoffs between the top two candidates in each race on May 24. Races to watch were those deemed by our editors to be particularly competitive or newsworthy.

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