The Texas Secretary of State posted the canvassed returns from the 2016 elections. The figures have changed slightly from my last posting. Trump garnered 52.23 percent of the vote; Clinton received 43.24 percent of the vote; other candidates received 4.53 percent of the vote. Clinton lost by 807,179 votes. Voter turnout was 51.21 percent of the voting eligible population, which includes people who are 18 years-old and older, minus residents who are not citizens and ineligible felons.
For comparison, here is the figure for 2012 in Texas, when 49.6 percent of the VEP voted.