Tuesday's midterm elections seem to indicate that Texas won't be turning blue, or even purple, anytime soon. Gov. Greg Abbott demolished his Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke to be elected to a third term. Voters gave the GOP its 14th straight sweep of statewide offices, including the lieutenant governor and the attorney general. Republicans slightly increased their majorities in both houses of the Legislature, which they've held for 20 years. Democrats managed to win two of three contested congressional districts in south Texas.