Matt Stiles provides the data link; if you live in Harris County you can enter your precinct number and see how yours performed. As precinct captain I take great pride in these results:
Registered voters: 2,940
72.55% turnout, well above the county average.
John McCain (R): 852
Barack Obama (D): 1,235
Forty-six of my neighbors voted for Bob Barr or some write-in candidate (or did not vote at all in the race for the White House). Obama carried my precinct 59-41.
John Cornyn (R): 844
Rick Noriega (D): 1,133
Yvonne Adams Schick (L): 67
Noriega's margin of victory, 55.4%-41.3, almost precisely matches the statewide result in reverse (Cornyn carried Texas 54.82 - 42.83, with 2.34% for Libertarian Schick).
Pat Lykos (R): 894
C.O. "Brad" Bradford (D): 1,031
Bradford won 53.55 - 46.45 while losing the county (and the contest) 50.21 - 49.79.
Ed Emmett (R): 987
David Mincberg (D): 967
Ah, the ticket-splitters are revealed.
Mike Stafford (R): 837
Vince Ryan (D): 1,064
Theresa Chang (R): 864
Loren Jackson (D): 1,025
Tommy Thomas (R): 783
Adrian Garcia (D): 1,159
The sheriff-elect got 59.68 % to the incumbent's 40.32, a little better than his overall countywide margin.
Paul Bettencourt (R): 944
Diane Trautman (D): 949
Jeffrey McGee (L): 73
The only real disappointment among my precinct's results.
It would be interesting to know what the straight-party votes were, as well as the outcome in the SD-17 contest. But I need to stay busy for the next month getting Chris Bell into the Texas Senate.