Updated Nov. 9, 8:15 a.m.

With 82 of 82 Fort Bend County voting centers reporting in, Republican incumbent state Rep. Jacey Jetton pulls away with a lead over his Democratic challenger for the Texas House District 26 seat.

Unofficial results show Jetton received 37,337 votes, or 60.68% of votes, while Daniel Lee received 24,192 votes, or 39.32% of votes.

Noting that more than 1,000 people are moving to Texas every day in a Q&A for Community Impact in October, Jetton said his attention is on cutting property taxes, maintaining safe communities and access to education, and ensuring that infrastructure keeps pace with the new growth.

Updated Nov. 8, 11:30 p.m.

According to Fort Bend County early-voting data, Republican incumbent state Rep. Jacey Jetton of Texas House District 26 maintains his lead over challenger Daniel Lee. Jetton has 61.09% of the votes and Lee has 38.91% of votes as of 11 p.m.

Posted Nov. 8, 9:10 p.m.

Early-voting results show Republican incumbent state Rep. Jacey Jetton of Texas House District 26 leading over Democrat challenger Daniel Lee. Jetton has 29,210 votes, or 61.37% of the total votes, while Lee trails behind with 18,385 votes, or 38.63% of the total votes. District 26 covers Fulshear and Katy as well as significant portions of Richmond, Rosenberg and Pecan Grove.

In a Q&A for Community Impact ahead of its October Voter Guide, Daniel Lee said he was running to make House District 26 a more thriving, equitable and safe community for families to grow. Lee is a litigation attorney by trade and said he has fought for the rights of families in the judicial system for the past 15 years.

During the 87th legislative session from 2021-22, Jetton was voted Freshman of the Year by his peers. He is a small-business owner in Fort Bend County and also serves on the committees for Redistricting, Public Health and Elections; the Policy Committee for the Texas House Republican Caucus; and the Select Committee on Constitutional Rights and Remedies.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.