Central Texas voters decided several primary races which were too close to call last March.

The biggest of those races is the Democratic primary for governor, where Lupe Valdez is facing off against Andrew White. With 35 percent of the vote in, this race is too close to call at this time. The winner and will face Governor Greg Abbott this November.

There are also two Democratic runoffs for the U.S. House of Representatives.

In District 31, Christine Mann is going up against Mary Hegar. Hegar is in the lead right now. Republican Incumbent John Carter won his primary last November by a two-to-one margin.

In District 25, Chris Perri is taking on Julie Oliver. Perri currently has a slim lead. The winner will take on Incumbent Roger Williams.

On the state lawmaker level, Republican Incumbent Scott Cosper is facing off against Brad Buckley to lead District 54. The winner will face Kathy Richerson.