% Reporting – 95.4
Ted Cruz – 56.6
David Dewhurst – 43.4

Texas Sec. of State Election Results page is here.  Twitter hashtag #TXRunoff.  Politico has a map of results by county.  AP Results website is here.

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Sarah Palin issued the following statement on Facebook:

Congratulations to Ted Cruz! This is a victory both for Ted and for the grassroots Tea Party movement. This primary race has always been about the kind of leadership we need in D.C. Our goal is not just about changing the majority in the Senate. It is about the kind of leadership we want. Ted Cruz represents the kind of strong conservative leadership we want in D.C. Go-along to get-along career politicians who hew the path of least resistance are no longer acceptable at a time when our country is drowning in debt and our children’s futures are at stake. The message of this race couldn’t be clearer for the political establishment: the Tea Party is alive and well and we will not settle for business as usual. Now, it’s on to November!

Reports on Cruz victory from NY Times, Wash Post, Wall Street Journal

Texas Tribune calls race for Cruz

9:25 p.m. Eastern — looks like AP has called it for Cruz — still trying to confirm. — Confirmed

Results percentages have not changed much all night, so unless there are some big Dewhurst areas yet to report, it’s looking good for Cruz.

Cruz serves Chick-fil-A at victory party

For early voting, Cruz beat Dewhurst 52.3-47.7

Polls close at 7 p.m. Central Time.

Will update as results come in, but if you hear anything first, post in the comments.


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