11/5/2020 update of election results below. Total Libertarian votes: 2,357,574.
AUSTIN - November 3, 2020 [Updated 11/4/2020]
The Libertarian Booster PAC compiled results for all 88 Libertarian candidates on the ballot for the November elections in Texas. While the total vote counts will continue to go up as results roll in, the percentages are unlikely to change much. As of the time of publishing, the 88 candidates received a total of 1,926,539 votes.
Libertarian Booster PAC Founder, Wes Benedict, commented, "I want to thank all 88 candidates for stepping up to the plate and running for office. While no Libertarian candidates won their races in Texas tonight, Libertarian candidates spent the past year advocating for free markets, civil liberties, and peace, and gave voters who were disappointed with Republicans and Democrats a choice they could support."
[11/4/2020 update: A previous version of this post reported two Republicans in the state legislature with Libertarian opponents likely lost their elections, but final results show those Republicans holding onto their seats, though barely.]
Preliminary results for the 88 candidates are in the table below.