It's only a partial result, but here in Harris County, Green candidates in statewide, Congressional, and two State House races are making respectable showings (as these things go). Some of these figures for statewide candidates may even portend how they do across the state; indeed, some of doing better in Harris County than statewide, some not as well, but in only a few races are the differences significant.
Nearly all of these figures have increased over the early voting totals that I reported earlier, and that post has now been replaced by this one.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.
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).
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