East Texas - Election Results (FINAL)

Published on Saturday, 10 May 2014 23:46 - Written by

SMITH COUNTY

 

CITY OF TYLER

 

Mayor

Joel Rando 8.4 percent, 277

Martin Heines 91.6 percent, 3,040

 

District 4

Eleno Licea 40.2 percent, 299

Don Warren 59.8 percent, 444

 

TYLER ISD

 

Single Member District 2

Orenthia D. Mason 83.7 percent, 242

Cedrick L. Granberry Sr. 16.3 percent, 47

 

Single Member District 5 (unexpired term)

Barbara Ann Smith 57.5 percent, 367

Ross Strader 42.5 percent, 271

 

CITY OF ARP

 

CITY COUNCIL

Chris Stewart  28 percent, 89

Glenda Gibson 10.1 percent, 32

Terry Lowry  39.9 percent, 127

Melinda English 22 percent, 70

 

MAYOR

Damon Nichols 43.2 percent, 73

Penny Wilson 56.8 percent, 96

 

CHAPEL HILL ISD

 

Proposition:

“The issuance of $21 million of bonds by Chapel Hill Independent School District for the acquisition, construction and equipment of school buildings and levying the tax in payment thereof.”

FOR 38.1 percent, 322

AGAINST 61.9 percent, 524

 

Board of Trustees Place 4

Fred Elder Jr. 61.8 percent, 443

Tammy Humes 38.2 percent, 274

 

BULLARD ISD

 

Place 1

Tony Johnson (I) 57.8 percent, 344

Jon Jacobs 42.2 percent, 251

 

Place 3

Richard Burrow (I) 42.7 percent, 250

Dr. John Alexander 57.3 percent, 336

 

CITY OF LINDALE

 

Place 2

John Droblyn    28.7 percent, 29

Clyde Harper (I)   71.3 percent, 72

 

CITY OF TROUP

 

Mayor

John Whitsell (I) 44.7 percent, 89

Bill Lacy  55.3 percent, 110

 

CITY OF WINONA

 

Proposition 1

For 66.7 percent, 70

Against 33.3 percent, 35

 

Proposition 2

For 60 percent, 63

Against 40 percent  42

 

 

Mayor

Rusty Smith (I)  30.8 percent, 36

Lyna Diane Stroud 69.2 percent, 81

 

Alderman, two places, at-large

Pat Schlau (I) 19.3 percent, 39

Michael Jones (I) 12.4 percent, 25

Randy Haney 9.9 percent, 20

Robert Sabens 31.7 percent, 64

Rick Parker 26.7 percent, 54

 

 

WHITEHOUSE ISD

 

Place 1

Patrick D. Moran (I) 79.4 percent, 695

Brent Bockmon 20.6 percent, 180

 

Place 2

Howard Y. Patterson (I) 57.7 percent, 495

Tom Connor 42.3 percent, 363

 

Place 3

Darrell Crymes (I) 70.7 percent, 603

Hank Gilbert 29.3 percent, 250

 

JACKSONVILLE

 

District 2

Jeff Smith (I) - 55.3 percent, 84

Kara Hancock - 27.6 percent, 42

Darrell Prcin - 17.1 percent, 26

 

JACKSONVILLE ISD

 

Place 3

Pamelia Franklin Adams - 15.6 percent, 114

Jimmy Brown (I) - 39.5 percent, 289

Al Chavira - 44.9 percent, 328

 

Place 4

Ann Chandler - 47.9 percent, 370

Cassie Devillier - 52.1 percent, 403

 

RUSK ISD

 

Two at-large school board seats

Bruce Bradley (I) 30.5 percent, 184

Teresa Phifer 37.4 percent, 226

John Hood, 32.1 percent, 194

 

One unexpired at-large school board seat

Tracy Session 42.9 percent, 167

Sheila Bradley 13.6 percent, 53

Frank G. Dobrovolny, 43.4 percent, 169

 

WOOD COUNTY

 

ALBA-GOLDEN ISD

 

Three at-large school board seats

Danny Curts 9.3 percent, 62

Ronnie Morrow 9 percent, 60

Joey Hooton (I) 31.3 percent, 209

Jason Stovall 27.1 percent, 181

Ed Teel (I) 23.4 percent,156

 

CITY OF HAWKINS

 

Mayor

Tom Parker, 39.3 percent, 84

Wayne Kirkpatrick 20.1 percent, 43

Will Rogers 40.7 percent, 87

 

HAWKINS ISD

 

Two at large school board seats

Wende Haney (I) 24.3 percent, 94

Robbie White 25.3 percent, 98

Janice Vonner 43.9 percent, 170

Josh Whitener .5 percent, 25

 

MINEOLA ISD

 

Two at-large school board seats

John Abbott (I), 42.5 percent, 169

Tom Perkins, 22.4 percent, 89

Kyle L Gully (I), 35.2 percent, 140

 

CITY OF QUITMAN

 

Local options:

To legalize “the legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.”

FOR: 96.5 percent, 216

AGAINST: 3.5 percent, 79

 

To legalize “the legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.”

FOR: 96.4 percent, 215

AGAINST: 3.6 percent, 81

 

Quitman City Council

 

Three at-large seats

Toni Cole (I), 24.7 percent ,133

Arnie Spiers (I) 19.7 percent 106

David Dobbs (I) 27 percent, 154

Kevin Gilbreath 28.6 percent, 146

 

CITY OF WINNSBORO

 

Two city council seats, at-large

Mary Smith 21.6 percent, 71

Randy Parrish, 41.9 percent, 138

Dennis Whitehurst 36.5 percent, 120

 

WINNSBORO ISD

 

Three at-large council seats

Chris McElyea (I) 17.9 percent, 218

Robert Langhoff (I)16.6 percent, 202

Sandra Strickland (I) 17 percent, 208

Barry McKee 25.6 percent, 316

Brian Busby 22.5 percent, 274

 

VAN ZANDT COUNTY

 

CITY OF CANTON

 

Proposition 1:

To legalize “the sale of beer and wine for off premise consumption only.”

FOR 42 percent, 369

AGAINST 58 percent, 509

 

Proposition 2:

To legalize “the sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certification holders only.”

FOR 49.1 percent, 427

AGAINST 50.9 percent, 442

 

Three seats city council seats, at-large

Marilyn Burrage 18 percent, 391

Cindy Malouf 24 percent, 525

Scott Perkins 21 percent, 455

Shawn R. Stewart 22 percent, 490

Jerry (Yogi) Yarborough 15 percent, 351

 

CANTON ISD

 

Place 7

Reagan L. Sumner 79 percent, 263

Darryl Jeanes 21 percent, 69

 

CITY OF EDGEWOOD

 

Mayor

Charles Prater (I) 51 percent, 150

Stephen Goode 49 percent, 141

 

Place 2

Alan Roush 50.2 percent, 134

Angela Pedersen 49.8, 133

 

CITY OF GRAND SALINE

 

Local options:

To legalize “the legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.”

FOR 54.3 percent, 204

AGAINST 45.7 percent, 172

 

To legalize “the legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.”

FOR 55 percent, 204

AGAINST 45 percent, 167

 

CITY OF VAN

 

Proposition 1:

To legalize “the sale of beer and wine for off premise consumption only.”

FOR 52.6%, 213

AGAINST 47.4 percent 192

 

Proposition 2:

To legalize “the sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certification holders only.”

FOR 53.2 percent, 216

AGAINST 46.8 percent, 190

 

Alderman, Place 4

Jack Perry (I) 41 percent, 150

Don Smith 59 percent, 218

 

Alderman, Place 5

Al “Mac” McCarty (I) 35 percent, 129

Ted Mitchell Jr. 65 percent, 239

 

CITY OF WILLS POINT

 

City Council, two at-large seats

Jerry D. Wheeler 11 percent, 66

Mike D. Jones (I) 42 percent, 253

John Foster 5 percent, 34

Greg Phillips 5 percent, 32

Wade Emerson 37 percent, 223

 

WILLS POINT ISD

 

Place 6

Dyde Manning, III (I) 54 percent, 576

Ivan Reyes 46 percent, 496

 

Place 7

Tim Patterson 44 percent, 464

Jeanne Deen 56 percent, 595

 

RUSK COUNTY

 

CITY OF KILGORE

 

Place 1

Steve Alexander    34.5 percent    232   

Merlyn Holmes    65.5 percent    440

   

Place 3

Neil Barr (I)        35.5 percent    233   

Phil Patterson        32.3 percent    212       

Daniel Gantt        32.2 percent    211   

 

Place 4

Bobby Hale        42.7 percent    291   

Lori Weatherford    57.3 percent    391   

 

CITY OF OVERTON

 

Place 3

Jimmy Jennings (I)    35.8 percent    19

Jerry Clark        64.2 percent    34

 

Place 5

Pat Beets (I)        56.6 percent    30

Matt Prosser        43.4 percent    23

 

CITY OF TATUM

 

The renewal of a local sales and use tax in the City of Tatum, Texas at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

FOR        50 percent    31

AGAINST    50 percent    31

 

TATUM ISD

 

Place 6

Roger Gonzalez (I)    43.1 percent    165

Stephen K. Skinner    56.9 percent    218

 

Place 7

Karen McIlwain (I)    64.6 percent    237

Fred Grindle        35.4 percent    130

 

 

ANDERSON COUNTY

 

CITY OF PALESTINE

 

District 1

Ricky Minton 32 percent, 38

Adam Harding 68 percent, 81

 

District 4

Harvey Joe Baxton 19 percent, 15

Kenneth Davidson 29 percent, 24

Joseph Thompson 52 percent, 43

 

SLOCUM ISD

Proposition to issue $3.3 million in bonds for construction, renovations

For   58 percent, 155

Opposed  42 percent, 112

 

HENDERSON COUNTY

 

CITY OF ATHENS

 

Proposition: Approve ordinance to abolish Athens Municipal Water Authority

FOR  46.9 percent, 590

AGAINST   53.1 percent, 668

 

Place 2

Carol Barton (I)  46 percent, 573

Joe Whatley    54 percent, 677

 

Place 3

Aubrey Jones (I)  49.7 percent, 612

Charles Elliott    50.3 percent, 619

 

Place 4

Elaine Jenkins (I)   45.4 percent, 558

Kobler (Tres) Winn    54.6 percent, 672

 

Water authority board director, 2 positions

Ed Gatlin, 53, (I)  26.8 percent, 487

Greg Hisey, (I)  16.9 percent, 307

Mike Peek   36.5 percent, 664

Billy Carter   19.8 percent, 360

 

CITY OF CHANDLER

 

City council, three positions

Marvin E. (Gene) Giger (I)  21.7 percent, 137

Mary Janice (Janeice) Lunsford (I)  25.04 percent, 158

Donald Leon (Don) Daniell (I)   19.9 percent, 126

Joseph Michael Chandler   19.5 percent, 123

James Clarence Allison  13.8 percent, 87

 

GUN BARREL CITY

 

Mayor

Paul Eaton (I) 134  30.8 percent

Jim Braswell   301    69.2 percent

 

CITY OF MALAKOFF

 

City council, three positions

Vincent Bailey Jr. (I)  41.7 percent, 116

Jerrilyn Tarver (I)   38.1 percent, 106

Gerry G. Savage (I)  11.5 percent, 32

Dusty Bryant     8.6 percent, 24

 

CITY OF TOOL

 

City council, three positions

Randy Whitehurst  80   18.1 percent

Cindy Cloumch   58     13.1 percent

Mike Barr  96   21.7 percent

Rick Williams (I)   39    8.8 percent

Fran Sonka (I)  56    12.7 percent

Kathryn Pinnell  62    14   percent

A.J. “Red” Phillips    51    11.5  percent

 

UPSHUR COUNTY

 

CITY OF BIG SANDY

 

Three at-large city council seats

Monica DeCuir (I) 31.1 percent, 38

Rex Rozell (I) 32 percent, 39

Sue Jones 21.3, percent, 26

John Worden (I) 15.6 percent, 19

 

CITY OF GILMER

 

Proposition 1:

To legalize “the sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.”

FOR 87.1 percent, 401

AGAINST 21.9 percent, 115

 

Proposition 2:

To legalize “the sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certification holders only.”

FOR 78.1 percent, 407

AGAINST 21.9 percent, 114

 

NEW DIANA ISD

 

“Shall the board of trustees of the New Diana Independent School District in Upshur and Harrison counties, Texas be authorized to issue bonds of the District in the principal amount of $15,000,000 for the construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the District, property in the District sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds and the costs of any credit arrangements executed in connection with the bonds; said bonds to prices, and to bear interest at such rate or rates (fixed, floating, variable or otherwise and not to exceed the maximum rate permitted by law at the time of issuance of the bonds) as in its discretion the Board of Trustees shall determine?”

FOR 19.8 percent, 133

AGAINST 80.2 percent, 540

 

CITY OF ORE CITY

 

Voters are also deciding whether to renew the city’s 1/4 of one percent sales tax for street repairs.

FOR 73.9 percent, 65

AGAINST 26.1 percent, 23

 

At-large council seat, unexpired, 1-year term

Jeannette Orms (I, but in a different seat), 47.8 percent, 44

Steve Heim, 52.2 percent, 48