Nearly all of these figures have increased over the early voting totals that I reported earlier, and that post has now been replaced by this one.
Statewide candidates are indicated in italics, because they are special: If any one of them receives 5% of the vote, the Green Party receives automatic ballot access for 2018.
- President and Vice President: Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka, 0.89% (four-way race)
- Congress TX-2: JosH Darr, 1.02% (four-way)
- Congress TX-18: Thomas Kleven, 2.84% (no Libertarian)
- Congress TX-29: James Partsch-Galvan, 1.09% (four-way)
- Congress TX-36: Hal Ridley, 15.92% (no Democrat or Libertarian)
- Railroad Commission: Martina Salinas, 2.90% (four-way)
- Supreme Court Place 3: Rodolfo Rivera Muñoz, 2.60% (four-way)
- Supreme Court Place 5: Charles Waterbury, 1.24% (four-way)
- Supreme Court Place 9: Jim Chisholm, 1.20% (four-way)
- Court of Criminal Appeals Place 2: Adam King Blackwell Reposa, 1.34% (four-way)
- CCA Place 5: Judith Sanders-Castro, 2.00% (four-way)
- State House District 127: Joseph McElligott, 5.64% (no Democrat)
- State House District 147: Brian Harrison, 2.89% (four-way)
Congressional Districts 2, 18, and 29 are completely within Harris County, as are State Districts 126 through 150 (except 136 which was moved to Williamson County after the 2010 census).