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Municipal and School Board Elections

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Burleson County

Caldwell ISD
Proposition 1
The issuance of up to $52,700,000 of Caldwell Independent School District School Building Bonds for the purpose of designing, construction, renovating, acquiring, and equipping school facilities and the purchase of the necessary sites for school facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.
FOR - 228
AGAINST - 1,034
100% Reporting

Caldwell ISD
Proposition 2
The issuance of up to $850,000 of Caldwell Independent School District Refunding Bonds for the purpose of refunding all or a portion of the principal of and/or interest on certain previously issued maintenance tax obligations of the district, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.
FOR - 395
AGAINST - 850
100% Reporting

For Caldwell ISD there were two unopposed candidates for Trustee. Mark Goodman and Albert "Pee Wee" Surovik have been declared elected by the district.

City of Caldwell Mayor - Norris L. McManus ran unopposed; he will remain the city's mayor.

City of Caldwell
Alderman
(Vote For None, One or Two)
*Jim Wilde (I) - 287
Paul Underwood - 65
*Jonnie Vic Barnett (I) - 263
Barry Rose (I) - 215
100% Reporting

Snook ISD
Trustee
(Vote for none, one, two, or three)
Brad Hairrell (I) - 74
Randall J. See - 112
Leslie Groce - 113
Jamonica Jackson - 38
100% Reporting

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Grimes County

City of Navasota
City Council, Place 1
B.F. "Bernie" Gessner, Jr. (I) - 188
Wilbert Sargent, Sr. - 68
100% Reporting

City of Navasota
City Council, Place 2
Rance Barham (I) - 107
Geoffrey Horn - 145
100% Reporting

City of Navasota
City Council, Place 3
Peter Canney (I) 164
Anne Zenor Mazone - 88

Canney currently serves as Navasota's Mayor Pro-Tem

Town of Anderson
Alderman
Two Year Term
(Vote for None, One, Two or Three)
Erna M. Freeman (I) - 32
Clinton Capps - 19
Joe Boudreaux (I) - 24
Billy Bean - 24
Karen McDuffie-Melton - 35
Norman Blake - 8
Charles E. Borski - 17
100% Reporting

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Leon County

City of Buffalo
City Council, At Large
(Vote For Three)
Brent Reeder - 107
Dorothy Farmer - 73
Jerry Salazar - 83
John L. Maneval - 64
100% Reporting

Buffalo ISD
Trustee, Position 7
Jeff Jones - 99
Willie Gilliam - 115
100% Reporting

Leon ISD
Trustee, Position 1
Three Year Term
Patricia Schmidt (I) - 176
T.J. Foley - 161
100% Reporting

Leon ISD
Trustee, Position 2
Three Year Term
Darren Thomas (I) - 149
Mike Speer - 191
100% Reporting

City of Normangee
Mayor
J.C. (Jay) Traylor (I) - 30
Tom L. Evans - 6
Ronnie Meadors - 85

City of Normangee
City Council At Large
(Vote for two)
David Lynn Hall (I) - 67
Gary Dawkins - 59
Jo Ann Reichert - 53

City of Normangee
Proposition
The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Normangee at the rate of one-quarter (1/4) of one percent (1%) to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.
FOR - 83
AGAINST - 21

Normangee ISD
Trustee, Place 5
Bill Biddle - 317
Gary Hall - 108
100% Reporting

Normangee ISD
Trustee, Place 7
Andres DeLaGarza - 279
Steve Halliburton (I) - 162
100% Reporting

Trustee, Place 5 Incumbant John Davis did not file for re-election.

Normangee ISD
Proposition, Option 3
For - 368
Against - 53
100% Reporting

Normangee ISD
Proposition, Option 4
For - 321
Against -108
100% Reporting

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Madison County

City of Madisonville
Regular 2-Year Term
(Two to be elected)
Pedro Sanchez - 34
Jerry Harper - 111
Pearline Johnson - 89
David Williams (I) 64
100% Reporting

William (Bill) Parten ran unopposed for Mayor. Parten currently serves as Mayor Pro-Tem and will replace current Mayor Terri Creel in that position. Creel did not file for re-election. Parten received 143 votes during Saturday's election.

On February 22nd, Mayor Creel accepted the resignation of Council Member Debra Drake who notified the city she was moving out of district and would no longer be able to serve on the city council. To fill Drake's vacated position, the current council appointed Doug Sparkman to serve out Drake's unexpired term.

North Zulch ISD
Bond Proposition
The Issuance of Bonds in the Amount of $950,000 for the Renovation, Acquisition and Equipment of School Buildings, Acquisition and Equipment for Transportation and the Levying of a Tax in Payment Thereof.
FOR - 96
AGAINST 24
100% Reporting

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Milam County

City of Rockdale
Councilmember, East Ward
Willie Phillips, Sr. - 30
Donald Brummett - 27
100% Reporting

City of Rockdale
Councilmember, West Ward
Colby Fisher 193
Tom Fisher 114
100% Reporting

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Robertson County

City of Calvert
Mayor
Marcus Greaves (I) - 106
James E. Green - 78
100% Reporting

City of Calvert
Special Election
The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Calvert at the rate of one-fourth (1/4) of one percent (0.0025000) to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.
FOR - 144
AGAINST - 15
100% Reporting

City of Calvert also had three Place 1, 3 and 5 Alderman positions on the ballot but all were unopposed. James Evans will fill the Place 1 seat, Bobbie Jean Alford was on the ballot for Place 3 and filling the spot in Place 5 is Omar Babers.

Hearne ISD
Trustee, Place 5
(Vote For One)
Frank Mata - 254
Judy Werlinger (I) - 419
100% Reporting

Hearne ISD
Trustee, Place 6
(Vote For One)
Julian Flores - 230
Kimberley Darnell-Booker (I) - 445
100% Reporting

Hearne ISD
Trustee, Place 7
(Vote For One)
Donald Frank Adams (I) - 378
George (Tony) Castilleja - 316
100% Reporting

City of Franklin
Alderman
(Vote For Three)
Ferman L. Richard (I) - 72
Christopher Zeig (I) - 60
Molly Hedrick (I) - 75
Francis Witherspoon - 46
100% Reporting
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