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Texas Legislature Elections, 2006 - Texas Senate - Senate Race Summary
... District 1 Texas general election, 2006 Senate District 1 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Kevin P. 87,239 66.26 Turnout 131,661 Republican hold District 2 Texas general election, 2006 Senate District 2 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Bob Deuell 92,431 78.68 Libertarian Dennis Kaptain 25,043 ... Texas general election, 2006 Senate District 3 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Robert Nichols 119,629 100.00 Majority 119,629 100.00 Turnout 119,629 ...
Greg Abbott - Election History
2006 Texas general election, 2006 Texas Attorney General Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Greg Abbott 2,556,063 59.51 +2.79 Democratic David Van Os 1,599,069 37.23 -3.85 Libertarian Jon Roland ...

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