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Election Results - November 2013


BRAZOS COUNTY

CITY OF BRYAN
MAYOR

Jason P. Bienski - 3,113 64%
Mike Southerland - 1,766 36%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

CITY OF BRYAN
BRYAN COUNCILMEMBER, SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT 1

Richard M. Cortez, Sr.: 129 - 43%
Al Saenz: 171 - 57%

Pcts Reporting:81 of 81

CITY OF BRYAN
BRYAN COUNCILMEMBER, SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT 2

Rafael Pena III: 163 - 33%
Perry Stephney: 228 - 46%
Kevin R. Davenport: 110 - 22%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

CITY OF COLLEGE STATION
COLLEGE STATION CITY COUNCIL, PLACE 2

Gary Ives: 929 - 25%
Steve Aldrich: 2,790- 77%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

BRYAN ISD
BRYAN TRUSTEE, SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT 3

William T. "Trey" Moore III: 883 - 54%
Josh Smith: 742 - 46%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

COLLEGE STATION ISD
COLLEGE STATION ISD BOND
The issuance of $83,500,000 of bonds by the College Station Independent School District and levying the tax in payment thereof.

FOR: 3,186 - 69%
AGAINST - 1,456 - 31%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

COLLEGE STATION ISD
COLLEGE STATION SCHOOL BOARD, PLACE 3

Michael Wesson: 2,291 - 53%
Ben Roper: 678 - 17%
John Fedora: 1,336 - 31%

Pcts Reporting: 81 of 81

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSTION 1

The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of all or part of the market value of the residence homestead of the surviving spouse of a member of the armed services of the United States who is killed in action.

FOR: 995,782 - 87%
AGAINST: 149,018 - 13%

Pcts Reporting: 8,193 of 8,193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 2

The constitutional amendment eliminating an obsolete requirement for a State Medical Education Board and a State Medical Education Fund, neither of which is operational.

FOR: 946,259 - 85%
AGAINST: 171,054 - 15%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 3

The constitutional amendment to authorize a political subdivision of this state to extend the number of days that aircraft parts that are exempt from ad valorem taxation due to their location in this state for a temporary period may be located in this state for purposes of qualifying for the tax exemption.

FOR: 624,122 - 58%
AGAINST: 456,955- 42%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 4

The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of part of the market value of the residence homestead of a partially disable veteran if the residence homestead was donated to the disabled veteran by a charitable organization.

FOR: 961,560 - 85%
AGAINST: 167,820 - 15%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 5

The constitutional amendment to authorize the making of a reverse mortgage loan for the purchase of homestead property and to amend lender disclosures and other requirements in connection with a reverse mortgage loan.

FOR: 680,883 - 63%
AGAINST: 406,422 - 37%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 6

The constitutional amendment providing for the creation of the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas the State Water Implementation Revenue Fund for Texas to assist in the financing of priority projects in the state water plan to ensure the availability of adequate water resources.

FOR: 836,395 - 73%
AGAINST: 303,531 - 27%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 7

The constitutional amendment authorizing a home-rule municipality to provide in its charter the procedure to fill a vacancy on its governing body for which the unexpired term is 12 months or less.

FOR: 806,735 - 75%
AGAINST: 277,712 - 25%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 8

The constitutional amendment repealing Section 7, Article IX, Texas Constitution, which relates to the creation of a hospital district in Hidalgo County.

FOR: 740,552 - 73%
AGAINST: 282,820 - 27%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION
PROPOSITION 9

The constitutional amendment relating to expanding the types of sanctions that may be assessed against a judge or justice following a formal proceeding instituted by the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

FOR: 921,863 - 85%
AGAINST: 167,151 - 15%

Pcts Reporting: 8193 of 8193

LEON COUNTY

NORMANGEE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE, POSITION 3, UNEXPIRED TERM
VOTE FOR ONE

DeAnn Morton: 139 - 64%
Alan Davidson: 77 - 36%

Pcts Reporting:

LEON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
LEON ISD
PROPOSITION 1

The issuance of $4,200,000 bonds for the designing, construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school facilities, with priority given to the renovation of the Agriculture and Vocation Technology Facility, construction of a new Agriculture and Vocation Technology Barn, renovation of the Junior High School building, renovations to the auditorium including a new addition, and the renovation or replacement of the green house, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof.

FOR: 158 - 40%
AGAINST: 241 - 60%

Pcts Reporting: 1 of 16

LEON ISD
PROPOSITION 2

The issuance of $4,200,000 bonds for the designing, construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school facilities, with priority given to the implementation of improvements to the baseball and softball facilities, improvements to the football stadium, and the installation of artificial turf at the football stadium, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof.

FOR: 93 - 23%
AGAINST: 303 - 77%

Pcts Reporting:1 of 16

MADISON COUNTY

NORTH ZULCH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
PROPOSITION

Authorizing the board of trustees of North Zulch Independent School District to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenues.

FOR: 135 - 87%
AGAINST: 21 - 13%

Pcts Reporting:16 of 16

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

SPLENDORA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
SPLENDORA ISD
TRUSTEE, POSITION 7

Suzanne Soto: 387- 65%
Gina Baker: 212 - 35%

Pcts Reporting: 20 of 20

WALKER COUNTY

HUNTSVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
HUNTSVILLE ISD
SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE, POSITION 3

Linda Thompson: 1,075 - 37%
J.T. Langley: 1,840 - 63%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
COUNCILMEMBER, WARD 1
Joe Emmett: 371 - 67%
Paul W. Knox: 182 - 33%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
SPECIAL ELECTION
COUNCILMEMBER, AT-LARGE, POSITION 1

Rachel Willeford: 1,600 - 73%
Andy Brauninger: 584 - 27%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
LOCAL OPTION ELECTION TO LEGALIZE

"The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages."

FOR: 1,278 - 78%
AGAINST: 361 - 22%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
GENERAL ELECTION
COUNCILMEMBER, WARD 2

Kendall Scudder: 170 - 48%
Tish Humphrey: 187 - 52%

Pcts Reporting:16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 1

Shall Article II, Section 2.01(a) and 2.01(b) of the existing Charter, be consolidated into one section 2.01 to provide that the City may extend its boundaries and annex and disannex territory to the extent and in the manner provided by the constitution and laws of the State of Texas to read as follows?

"EXTENSION OF BOUNDARIES. The City Council shall have the power by ordinance to fix the boundaries of the City of Huntsville. Without limiting the previous sentence, this power includes the ability to annex and to disannex territory, when permitted to the extent, in the manner, and subject to any restrictions or limitations, provided by the constitution and laws of the State of Texas.

FOR: 1,609 - 70%
AGAINST: 677 - 30%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 2

Shall Article IV, Section 4.07 of the existing City Charter relating to where city council meetings are held be amended to read as follows?
"All meetings of the council shall be held at the City Hall of Huntsville or at such other public place within the city as may be approved by Council and, except as otherwise permitted by law, all meetings shall be open to the public and closed or executive meetings or sessions shall only be permitted as authorized by law."

FOR: 2,143 - 91%
AGAINST: 204 - 9%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 3

Shall Article IV, Section 4.12, of the existing City Charter that allows an employee who is not appointed by the City Council to appeal a decision on a grievance of that employee to the City Council be deleted?

FOR: 1,226 - 56%
AGAINST: 945 - 44%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARGER AMENDMENT ELECTION 4

Shall Article XI, Section 11.02(f) of the City Charter be amended by striking the sentence "Such audit shall be on a non-certified basis."?

FOR: 1,421 - 69%
AGAINST: 640 - 31%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16
 
CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 5

Shall Article XI, Section 11.13 of the existing City Charger, relating to the sale of bonds issued by the City, be amended to read as follows?
"No bond, other than refunding bonds issued to refund and in exchange for previously issued outstanding bonds, issued by the City shall be sold for less than par value and accrued. Interest. All bonds of the City having been issued in conformity with the laws of the State of Texas, and having been delivered to the purchaser thereof, shall thereafter be incontestable, and all bonds issued be refund and in exchange for outstanding bonds previously issued shall, after said exchange, be incontestable."

FOR: 1,655 - 79%
AGAINST: 436 - 21%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 6

"Shall Article XI, Section 11.17 of the existing City Charter, that relates to the issuance of new debt by the City, be amended by deleting the last sentence. "A favorable majority of all votes cast at the City election is required for approval," and inserting as the last sentence "A favorable majority of the qualified voters voting on the proposed issuance of new debt is required for approval."?

FOR:1,782 - 80%
AGAINST: 438 - 20%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF HUNTSVILLE
CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION 7

Shall Article XIV, Section 14.18 of the existing City Charter, that requires the reading of all reports made by the State of Texas concerning the City be deleted?

FOR:1,164 - 55%
AGAINST: 956 45%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF NEW WAVERLY
COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE
VOTE FOR 2

Cynthia Vance: 8 - 42%
Daniel Clinton:6 - 32
Justin Anderson: 5 - 26%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

NEW WAVERLY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE, POSITION 7

Terry Munoz: 33 - 66%
Jurrell Gilliam: 17 - 34%

Pcts Reporting: 16 of 16

CITY OF BREMOND, LOCAL OPTION ELECTION
FOR - 80 - 79%
AGAINST - 21 - 21%


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