Joseph Kopser, Chip Roy to face off after winning U.S. House District 21 runoff elections

Joseph Kopser and Chip Roy won U.S. House District 21 primary runoff elections Tuesday night.

Joseph Kopser and Chip Roy won U.S. House District 21 primary runoff elections Tuesday night.

Updated May 26, 10:22 p.m. to include Lee Santos as a candidate in the November election.

Republican Chip Roy and Democrat Joseph Kopser will participate in the election for the U.S. House District 21 seat in November after both won their respective runoff elections Tuesday night, according to unofficial results reported by the Texas Secretary of State Office. Libertarian candidate Lee Santos will also be on ballot for the the November election.

Roy received 18,000 total votes, or 52.7 percent of votes, over his challenger, Matt McCall. McCall received 16,181 total votes, or 47.3 percent of votes in the Republican primary runoff.

Kopser defeated Mary Street Wilson in the Democratic primary runoff. Kopser received 14,706 total votes, or 57.9 percent of votes. Street Wilson received 10,667 total votes, or 42.1 percent.

For a full list of results from races in Central Texas, visit our vote page.