|W. Davis||79%||429,025||G. Abbot||91.5%||1,208,744|
|R. Madrigal||21%||114,181||L. Fritsch||4.4%||58,140|
|D. Alameel||47%||235,704||J. Cornyn||59.4%||771,935|
|K. Rogers||21%||108,868||S. Stockman||19.2%||247,425|
|All Others||32%||155,823||All Others||21.4%||278,664|
In 2010 Rick Perry got 2,737,481 out of 4,979,870 votes cast. It was a midterm election and definitely a wave year for the Republicans. On would expect the total vote would about the same this fall. Ted Cruz won in a presidential year with a much heavier voter turnout. Ted Cruz won 4,440,137 votes out of 7,864,822 cast. In any event it's fair to say that the Republican are on the right side of the enthusiasm gap.