Updated with additional election results.
Matt Shaheen is headed to a fourth term after Sharon Hirsch conceded Wednesday. Shaheen received 1,029 more votes over Hirsch.
And in state House District 108, the Democratic challenger also conceded Wednesday morning after a close race.
The race between state Rep. Morgan Meyer and challenger Joanna Cattanach was too close to call late into the night but as more votes were tallied Wednesday morning, Cattanach congratulated Meyer on his win.
The race was one of several tight races for state House seats in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Democrats were nine seats short of the majority in the 150-member Texas House going into Election Day, and the minority party set its sights on a handful of North Texas races.
State Reps. Morgan Meyer, Jeff Leach and Matt Shaheen held leads over their Democratic challengers early Wednesday morning.
State Rep. Angie Chen Button was also slightly ahead of her Democratic challenger, Brandy K. Chambers, as of early Wednesday.
Meyer, Shaheen and Button each faced challengers they narrowly defeated in 2018.
Gov. Greg Abbott has visited the Dallas-Fort Worth area in the weeks leading up to the election to block walk with some state House representatives defending their seats.
And now that straight-ticket voting has been eliminated in Texas, both parties have encouraged voters to cast votes in down-ballot races and not just the presidential or U.S. Senate race.
Here's a look at the D-FW state House races:
District 108: Morgan Meyer v. Joanna Cattanach
District 112: Angie Chen Button v. Brandy K. Chambers
District 66: Matt Shaheen v. Sharon Hirsch
Republican Matt Shaheen is the third-term incumbent. He faces Democratic challenger Sharon Hirsch, who also ran for the seat in 2018. Shaheen eked out a win with 50.3% of the votes, beating Hirsch by 391 votes. It appears he'll have a repeat in 2020 with about a 1,000-vote lead.
District 66 includes part of Dallas and Plano in Collin County. Libertarian Shawn Jones is also running.
District 67: Jeff Leach v. Lorenzo Sanchez
Republican Jeff Leach is seeking a fifth term. Leach won in 2018 with 51.1% of the votes. It appears he will win again with about 52% of the vote against Democrat Lorenzo Sanchez, a real estate agent. Sanchez won the Democratic candidacy in the July runoff. District 67 includes parts of Allen, Plano and Richardson in Collin County.
District 97: Craig Goldman v. Elizabeth Beck.
State Rep. Craig Goldman looks like he will win re-election with 53% of the vote early Wednesday morning. He has been in office since 2012. Goldman also won re-election in 2018 with 53.2% of the vote. He faced Democratic challenger Elizabeth Beck and Libertarian challenger Rod Wingo, who also ran in 2018.
District 97 includes Benbrook and part of Fort Worth. Abbott was recently in Fort Worth to block walk with Goldman.
District 93: Matt Krause v. Lydia Bean
State Rep. Matt Krause has been re-elected for a fifth term. He won in 2018 with 53.9% of the vote. Democrat Lydia Bean is running against him. District 93 includes parts of Arlington, Fort Worth, Haltom City and Haslet.
Other House races in North Texas
This district covers all of Rockwall County and part of Collin County. Justin Holland is the second-term incumbent.
Republican Candidate: Justin Holland
Democratic Candidate: Andy Rose
The district covers part of Denton County and includes Argyle, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Highland Village, Lewisville and Trophy Club, among other cities. Tan Parker is the incumbent and seeking re-election. He first took office in 2007.
Republican candidate: Tan Parker
Democratic candidate: Leslie Peeler
This district covers part of Denton County and includes Corinth, Denton, Krum and Lake Dallas, among other cities. Lynn Stucky was first elected to represent the district in 2016 and is seeking re-election this year.
Republican candidate: Lynn Stucky
Democratic candidate: Angela Brewer
The district includes parts of Carrollton, Dallas, Highland Village and Lewisville, among other cities. Michelle Beckley was elected to the seat in 2018 and is seeking re-election.
Republican candidate: Kronda Thimesch
Democratic candidate: Michelle Beckley
This district covers all of McKinney, Melissa, New Hope and Weston and parts of anna, Princeton and Prosper in Collin County. Scott Sanford is the fourth-term incumbent.
Republican Candidate: Scott Sanford
Democratic Candidate: Angie Bado
This district covers all of Fairview, Lavon, Lowry Crossing, Lucas, Murphy, Parker and St. Paul. It also includes parts of Nevada, Plano, Sachse and Wylie. Incumbent Candy Noble in her first term.
Republican Candidate: Candy Noble
Democratic Candidate: Sugar Ray Ash
Libertarian Candidate: Ed Kless
This district includes part of Fort Worth and Sansom Park. Ramon Romero Jr. is the incumbent seeking re-election. He was first elected in 2014.
Republican candidate: Elva Camacho
Democratic candidate: Ramon Romero Jr.
This district includes North Richland Hills, Richland Hills and Watauga. Stephanie Klick is the incumbent running for re-election. She first took office in 2013.
Republican candidate: Stephanie Klick
Democratic candidate: Jeromey Sims
This district includes Bedford, Euless and Hurst. The incumbent, Jonathan Stickland, did not run for re-election.
Republican candidate: Jeff Cason
Democratic candidate: Jeff Whitfield
Green Party candidate: Brody Mulligan
This district includes part of Arlington and all of Dalworthington Gardens and Pantego. Tony Tinderholt is the incumbent seeking a fourth term.
Republican candidate: Tony Tinderholt
Democratic candidate: Alisa Simmons
Libertarian candidate: Jessica Pallett
This district includes Crowley, Kennedale and Mansfield. Incumbent Bill Zedler did not run for re-election.
Republican candidate: David Cook
Democratic candidate: Joe Drago
Libertarian candidate: Nelson Range
This district includes Colleyville, Grapevine, Keller and Southlake. Giovanni Capriglione is seeking re-election. He took office in 2013.
Republican candidate: Giovanni Capriglione
Democratic candidate: Debra Edmondson
This district includes parts of Addison, Dallas, Garland and Richardson in Dallas County. Ana-Maria Ramos is the incumbent. She is in her first term after defeating Linda Koop in 2018. Koop is running to regain her seat.
Republican Candidate: Linda Koop
Democratic Candidate: Ana-Maria Ramos
This district includes parts of Dallas, Farmers Branch and Irving. Rafael Anchia is running for re-election. He has held the office since 2005.
Republican Candidate: Jerry Fortenberry II
Democratic Candidate: Rafael M. Anchia
This district includes parts of Grand Prairie and Irving. Thresa "Terry" Meza is the incumbent. She is running for a second term.
Republican Candidate: Gerson Hernandez
Democratic Candidate: Terry Meza
Libertarian Candidate: Bret Bolton
The district covers part of Denton County and includes Frisco, Little Elm, Sanger and The Colony. Jared Patterson was elected to represent the district in 2018 and is seeking re-election.
Republican candidate: Jared Patterson
Democratic candidate: Jennifer Skidonenko
This district includes parts of Dallas and Garland and most of Mesquite. Victoria Neave is running for a third term.
Republican Candidate: Samuel Smith
Democratic Candidate: Victoria Neave
This district includes all of Hutchins, Lancaster and Wilmer and most of Cedar Hill, DeSoto and Glenn Heights. Carl Sherman is running for his second term.
Republican Candidate: Dr. Eugene Allen
Democratic Candidate: Carl O. Sherman Sr.
This district includes Sunnyvale, Seagoville, Rowlette, Mesquite and Garland. Rhetta Andrews Bowers is seeking her second term.
Republican Candidate: Will Douglas
Democratic Candidate: Rhetta Andrews Bowers
This district includes northern Dallas. John Turner is seeking a second term.
Republican Candidate: Luisa Del Rosal
Democratic Candidate: John Turner
This district includes parts of Addison, Carrollton, Coppell, Farmers Branch and Irving. Julie Johnson is the incumbent seeking a second term.
Republican Candidate: Karyn Brownlee
Democratic Candidate: Julie Johnson
This district covers parts of Denton and Tarrant counties, including Argyle, Azle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Corral City, Cross Roads, Double Oak, Flower Mound, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Krugerville, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Roanoke, Saginaw and Sansom Park. Jane Nelson is the incumbent seeking re-election. She took office in 1993.
Republican Candidate: Jane Nelson
Democratic Candidate: Shadi Zitoon
This district includes part of Tarrant County and Hood, Johnson, McLennan, Navarro and Somervell counties. Brian Birdwell, of Granbury, is the incumbent seeking re-election. He was first elected in 2010.
Republican Candidate: Brian Birdwell
Democratic Candidate: Robert Vick