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Election Results for Area Municipal, School Elections

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Voters in rural communities across the Brazos Valley headed to the polls Saturday to elect city and school officials and decide bond issues.

Results are orgainized below by County:
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BURLESON COUNTY

City of Caldwell
Alderman
Vote for none, one, two or three.

Adrian (Buddy) Carlson (i) - 260
Kavon Novak (i) - 230
Daniel McElroy - 89
Allan G. Willis (i) - 248
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Caldwell Independent School District
Trustee
Vote for none, one, two or three.

Janet L. Carrigan - 254
Chester Canady (i) - 209
Layne Drgac (i) - 198
Michael G. Thompson - 457
Don Cook - 166
Clover Cochran - 323
Phillip W. Garner - 66
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Caldwell Independent School District
Special Election
Trustee, Unexpired Term

Eric Payonk - 125
Terri Jurena - 507

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GRIMES COUNTY

City of Bedias
Proposition
"The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in Bedias, Texas at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets."

FOR - 26
AGAINST - 5
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City of Iola
Proposition
"The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Iola at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets."

FOR - 13
AGAINST - 2
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Anderson-Shiro Consolidated Independent School District
Board of Trustees Position 6

Kevin Lee Smith, Sr. - 277
Larry Sechelski, Jr. - 142
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Anderson-Shiro Consolidated Independent School District
Proposition 1
"The issuance of $4,765,000 bonds for school buildings, including athletics facilities, school sites and the levying of the tax in payment thereof."

FOR - 253
AGAINST - 194
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Anderson-Shiro Consolidated Independent School District
Proposition 2
"The issuance of $1,400,000 bonds for school buildings including a transportation and maintenance facility, school sites and the levying of the tax in payment thereof."

FOR - 267
AGAINST - 174
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Anderson-Shiro Consolidated Independent School District
ProposItion 3
"The issuance of $1,655,000 bonds for school buildings, including additional classrooms, parking at the elementary school, safety and security measures, schools sites and the levying of the tax in payment thereof."

FOR - 290
AGAINST - 155

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LEON COUNTY

City of Buffalo
City Council, At-Large
Vote for two.

Dianne Ryder (i) - 71
Terry McGill - 57
Travis Crowder - 61
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City of Jewett
Mayor

Becky J. Hughes (i) - 37
John Sitton - 80
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City of Jewett
City Council, At-Large
Voter for two.

Carol Neal - 39
Jeryl Williams (i) - 80
Bessie Woodall (i) - 99
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City of Normangee
City Council, At-Large
Vote for three.

Jo Ann Reichert - 21
Joe Brooks - 28
William B. Wagner - 35
Tom L. Evans - 9
James Adams - 33
Tonya Donahoe - 27
Ed Fairchild - 30
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Leon Independent School District
Proposition
"The issuance of $2,300,000.00 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, renovation and equipment of school facilities in the district and the levying of the tax in payment thereof."

FOR - 122
AGAINST - 146
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Normangee Independent School District
Trustee, Position 1

Waylan Martin - 92
Mark Lincecum - 80
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Normangee Independent School District
Trustee, Position 2

Charlotte Hemphill - 105
Birdene Perry (i) - 66

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MADISON COUNTY

City of Madisonville
General Election
Alderman
Vote for none, one, two or three.

David Williams - 73
Russell B. Bailey (i) - 142
Doug Sparkman - 95
Lois (Reababy) Brown (i) 189
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City of Madisonville
Special Election
Proposition
"To extend the terms of office for the positions of Madisonville Mayor and City Council Members from two year terms to four year terms. Current council members up for election in 2013 will be elected to four year terms. Council members and mayor who are up for election in 2014 will have their term extended by one year and will be eligible to file for four year terms in 2015. Failure to pass the resolution will result in terms of office continuing to be two year terms of office for both the mayor and city council members."

FOR - 170
AGAINST - 95
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City of Midway
Alderman
Vote for none, one, two or three.

Nora Mosser - 21
Ed Faw (i) - 28
Rodney Barker - 16
Brenda Ford - 23
Gus Kangos (i) - 23
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Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District
General Election
Board of Trustee, Position 1

Dennis McWhorter - 437
Chris McGilbra - 258
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Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District
General Election
Board of Trustee, Position 2

Latunja Jones - 217
Jason James Cleere - 493
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MILAM COUNTY
City of Milano, Council, At-Large

David Gunnels, Jr. - 36
Henry Dykes - 32
Carol Newman - 30
Claude Lagrone - 22
Kara Clore - 22
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City of Cameron
City Council, Ward 1

Cliff Cryer - 36
Richard "Bear" Sandes - 9
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Cameron ISD, Trustee, At-Large

Jason Dohnalik - 180
Alan Patterson - 176
Felicia "Leisa" Wesley - 60
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City of Rockdale
Mayor

John King - 319
Toby Johnson - 35
Collier Perry - 174

City of Rockdale
Councilmember, East Ward

Robert B. Lawson - 29
Joyce Dalley - 77

City of Rockdale
Councilmember, West Ward

Nathan R. Bland - 252
Trent Wages - 163

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY

City of Montgomery
General Election
Council, Position 5
Vote for one or for none.

Michael Bellard - 16
Christy Hauser - 9
Jennifer Stewart - 20
Dave McCorquodale - 47
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Montgomery Independent School District
Trustee, Position 1

Mona Cockerham - 275
Jim Dossey - 333
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Montgomery Independent School District
Trustee, Position 7

Trish Mayne (i) - 403
Michael A. Hayles, Sr. - 204

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ROBERTSON COUNTY

City of Franklin
General Election
Alderman
Vote for two.

Wayne Bush (i) - 100
Raymond Hawkins - 96
Olivia Campbell (i) - 66
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City of Bremond
Council, Place 2
Vote for one.

Chris R. Caffey - 23
Leah Allen (i) - 67
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City of Bremond
Council, Place 3
Vote for one.

Dorothy Boudreax - 24
Lee Roy McMahon - 67
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Franklin Independent School District
Bond Election
"The issuance of $12,000,000 school building bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the district (including the rehabilitation, renovation, expansion and improvement thereof), the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings and the purchase of new school buses, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof."

FOR - 311
AGAINST - 78
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Hearne Independent School District
Trustee, Place 1

LaTonya Marie Darnell - 171
Julian Flores - 114
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Hearne Independent School District
Trustee, Place 2

Jarnifer Ann Taylor - 139
Sylvia Montelongo - 145

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Walker County

Huntsville Independent School District
Proposition
"The issuance of $65,500,000 bonds for school buildings, school sites and new school buses, and the levying of tax payment thereof."

FOR - 1630
AGAINST - 2726

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WASHINGTON COUNTY

City of Brenham
General Election
Council, Place 6, At-Large

Gloria Greenwade Nix (i) - 531
Kyle A. Kendall - 502
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Brenham Independent School District
Trustee, Position 3

Lance Weatherby (i) - 763
Susan Jerkins - 1455
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Brenham Independent School District
Trustee, Position 5

MaLisa Hampton (i) - 562
Tommie Sullivan - 1679
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Brenham Independent School District
Trustee, Position 6

Natalie Lange - 1479
William "Boo" Christensen - 732
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Blinn College
Trustee, Position 1

Don C. Wilhelm - 941
Carolyn D. Miller (i) - 1292


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