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EARLY VOTING IS IN

NOTE THE RESULTS ARE FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY VOTERS ONLY

WE WILL POST THRU THE NIGHT AS AVAILABLE FROM ELECTION CENTRAL

 

 

TIME:745PM  EARLY VOTING TOTALS

 

Montgomery County Road Bond Proposition The issuance of $280,000,000 road bonds and the levying of the tax in payment thereof:

FOR: 14009

AGAINST:8303

 

Cleveland ISD Bond Proposition The issuance of bonds in the amount of $35,000,000 for the construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school buildings and the levying of the tax in payment thereof Cleveland

FOR:

AGAINST:

 

Conroe ISD Proposition The issuance of $487,000,000 bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the District, school sites and the levying of a tax in payment thereof

 

FOR: 8635

AGAINST:4027

 

Magnolia ISD Proposition 1 The issuance of $84,000,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition, renovation and equipment of school buildings in the District, for the purchase of technology, for the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings, and for the purchase of new school buses and the levying of the tax in payment thereof

 

FOR:1632

 

AGAINST:1016

 

Magnolia ISD Proposition 2 The issuance of $8,000,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition, renovation and equipment of school buildings in the District, including a multi-purpose conference center and artificial field turf for two high school competition football fields, and for the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof

 

FOR:1296

 

AGAINST:1343

 

 

New Caney ISD Trustee, Position 3 Vote for one or for none New Caney ISD

 

Alan Moreau, Jr.   1003

 

 

 

New Caney ISD Trustee, Position 4 Vote for one or for none New Caney ISD

 

Chris Wootton 658

 

Greg Green 323

 

Jerry Warwick203

 

 

New Caney ISD Trustee, Position 5 Vote for one or for none New Caney ISD

 

Chad Turner1027

 

 

Splendora ISD Trustee, Position 4 Vote for one or for none Splendora ISD

 

Dustin Newell 173

Rex FrY  184

 

 

Splendora ISD Trustee, Position 5 Vote for one or for none Splendora ISD

 

Will Gollihar  122 

 

Jason Dunn  239

 

 

Willis ISD Proposition The issuance of $109,500,000 school building bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the District (including the rehabilitation, renovation, expansion and improvement thereof), and the purchase of necessary sites for school buildings, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof Willis ISD

 

For 1230

 

Against 781

 

 

CITY OF HOUSTON GENERAL ELECTION

City of Houston Mayor Vote

 

Smith 0

 

Ben Hall   5  

 

Victoria A. Lane 2

 

 

Sylvester Turner 11

 

Adrian Garcia  17

 

 

Bill King 43

 

 

Rafael Muñoz Jr.  0

 

 

Marty McVey 1

 

 

Steve Costello  9

 

 

Joe Ferreira 0

 

Hoc Thai Nguyen (Nguyen Thai Hoc)1

 

Chris Bell 7

 

 

Dale Steffes  0 

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, District B

 

Jerry Davis 0

 

Ben White Jr. 2

 

Vince Duncan 0

 

Isaac Mayhorn 1

 

Kenneth “K.P.” Perkins 0

 

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, District E

 

Dave Martin  57

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, At-Large Position 1

 

M. “Griff” Griffin    8

 

Tom McCasland 4

 

Jenifer Rene Pool 10

 

Georgia Provost 5

 

Chris Oliver  6

 

Mike Knox 24

Lane Lewis 3

 

James Partsch-Galván   2

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, At-Large Position 2

 

David W. Robinson 18

 

Moe Rivera 7

 

Eric Dick 13

 

Willie R. Davis 13

 

Andrew C. Burks, Jr.  11

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, At-Large Position 3

 

Michael Kubosh 23

 

John Christian Bullitt LaRue 6

 

Joseph McElligott 4

 

Doug Peterson  28

 

 

City of Houston Council Member, At-Large Position 4

 

Amanda Edwards   5

 

Jonathan Hansen  4

 

Larry Blackmon 6

 

Laurie Robinson 10

 

Evelyn Husband Thompson  16

 

Matt Murphy  12

 

Roy Morales  7

 

City of Houston Council Member, At-Large Position 5

BRAD BATTEAU  2

Jack Christie   41

 

Philippe Nassif   5

 

Sharon Moses  14

 

City of Houston City Controller

 

M.J. Khan  19

 

Chris B. Brown 13

 

Bill Frazer 27

 

Jew Don Boney 1

 

Dwight Jefferson 4

 

Carroll G. Robinson  8

 

City of Houston Proposition No. 1 (Relating to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance) Are you in favor of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, Ord. No. 2014-530, which prohibits discrimination in city employment and city services, city contracts, public accommodations, private employment, and housing based on an individual’s sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, familial status, marital status, military status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or pregnancy?

 

Yes 24

 

No 75

 

City of Houston Charter Amendment – Proposition No. 2 (Relating to Term Limits for City Elective Office) Shall the City Charter of the City of Houston be amended to reduce the number of terms of elective offices to no more than two terms in the same office and limit the length for all terms of elective office to four years, beginning in January 2016; and provide for transition?

 

Yes 78

 

No 21

 

 

 

City of Roman Forest Mayor

 

Chris Parr  149

 

City of Roman Forest Council Position 2

 

Jill Carlson  144

 

City of Roman Forest Council Position 4

 

John Ryder 111

 

Aline Peeples  65

 

City of Splendora Mayor

 

Dorothy Welch   37

 

James D. Dean  22

 

City of Splendora Councilmember, Position I

 

Randy Weaver  44

 

City of Splendora Councilmember, Position II

 

Lisa Carr  39

 

The Woodlands Township Position No. 5

 

John P. McMullan  3973

 

Amos McDonald 2021

 

Tom Sadlowski  405

 

The Woodlands Township Position No. 6

 

Ann Snyder 3292

 

Matthew Burton 2759

 

Chuck Meyer 306

 

Paul Brown  281

 

The Woodlands Township Position No. 7

 

Laura Fillault   3359

 

Bruce Tough  3353

 

Conroe Municipal Management District No. 1 Proposition I The issuance of $250,800,000 bonds for water, sanitary sewer, and drainage and storm sewer systems and the levy of taxes, without limit as to rate or amount, in payment of the bonds

 

For 2

 

Against

 

Conroe Municipal Management District No. 1 Proposition II The issuance of $29,700,000 bonds for recreational facilities and the levy of taxes, without limit as to rate or amount, in payment of the bonds

 

For 2

 

Against

 

Conroe Municipal Management District No. 1 Proposition III The issuance of $187,550,000 bonds for road facilities and the levy of taxes, without limit as to rate or amount, in payment of the bonds

 

For 2

 

Against

 

Conroe Municipal Management District No. 1 Proposition IV An operation and maintenance tax for facilities authorized by Article XVI, Section 59, of the Texas Constitution, not to exceed one dollar ($1.00) per one hundred dollars ($100.00) valuation of taxable property

 

For 2

 

Against

 

Conroe Municipal Management District No. 1 Proposition V An operation and maintenance tax for road facilities authorized by Article III, Section 52, of the Texas Constitution, not to exceed ten cents ($0.10) per one hundred dollars ($100.00) valuation of taxable property

 

For 2

 

Against

 

MC MUD 24 Bond Proposition The issuance of bonds in the maximum amount of $44,000,000 for water, sanitary sewer, drainage and storm sewer systems, and refunding purposes, and the levy of taxes in payment of the bonds MC MUD 24

 

For   13

 

Against   4

 

 

MC MUD 40 Proposition Shall The Woodlands Municipal Utility District No. 2 (MUD 2) and Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 40, of Montgomery County, Texas (MUD 40) consolidate into one district, to be known as The Woodlands Municipal Utility District No. 1, with the consolidated district assuming all of MUD 2 and MUD 40’s legal rights, obligations and voted but unissued bonds?

 

Yes 516

 

 

No 264

 

 

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition I

 

For 2

 

Against 0

 

MC MUD 148 Director Vote for five MC MUD 148 Director

 

Keith Schoonover   2

 

Jim Platt 2

 

Chris DiPaolo 2

 

Joe Mattingly 2

 

Tim Williamson  2

 

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MC MUD 148 Proposition II The issuance of $268,000,000 in bonds and the levy of ad valorem taxes in payment of the bonds (water, sanitary sewer, drainage and storm sewer, organization and administration)  For

 

Against   2

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition III The issuance of $200,000,000 in bonds and the levy of ad valorem taxes in payment of the bonds (macadamized, graveled, or paved roads or improvements)

 

For 2

 

Against

 

 

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition IV The issuance of $32,000,000 in bonds to provide for park and recreational facilities and the levy of ad valorem taxes in payment of the bonds

 

For 2

 

Against

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition V The levy of a maintenance tax not to exceed $1.50 per one hundred dollar ($1.50 per $100) of assessed valuation

 

For 2

 

Against

 

 

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition VI The levy of a maintenance tax not to exceed one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per one hundred dollars ($100) of assessed valuation (macadamized, graveled, or paved roads or improvements)

 

For 2

 

Against

 

 

 

MC MUD 148 Proposition VII The levy of a maintenance tax for park and recreational facilities not to exceed $0.10 per one hundred dollar ($0.10 per $100) of assessed valuation

 

For 2

 

Against

 

Stanley Lake MUD Proposition The issuance of $26,600,000 of bonds, for the purpose of making repairs, replacements, and additions to the District’s existing waterworks system, sanitary sewer system, and drainage and storm sewer system or purchasing, acquiring and constructing further works, improvements, facilities, equipment and appliances for said systems, for the refunding of the District’s bonds, and the levy of ad valorem taxes adequate to provide for the payment of the bonds

 

For 104

 

Against  60

 

The Woodlands MUD 2 Proposition Shall The Woodlands Municipal Utility District No. 2 (MUD 2) and Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 40, of Montgomery County, Texas (MUD 40) consolidate into one district, to be known as The Woodlands Municipal Utility District No. 1, with the consolidated district assuming all of MUD 2 and MUD 40’s legal rights, obligations and voted but unissued bonds?

 

Yes 55

 

No 36

 

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 1 “The constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation for public school purposes from $15,000 to $25,000, providing for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for those purposes on the homestead of an elderly or disabled person to reflect the increased exemption amount, authorizing the legislature to prohibit a political subdivision that has adopted an optional residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation from reducing the amount of or repealing the exemption, and prohibiting the enactment of a law that imposes a transfer tax on a transaction that conveys fee simple title to real property

 

For 20717

 

Against  1494

 

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 2 “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 100 percent or totally disabled veteran who died before the law authorizing a residence homestead exemption for such a veteran took effect

 

For  20639

 

Against 1417

 

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 3 “The constitutional amendment repealing the requirement that state officers elected by voters statewide reside in the state capital

 

For 16202

 

Against 5680

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 4 “The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit professional sports team charitable foundations to conduct charitable raffles

 

For 15528

 

Against 6339

 

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 5 “The constitutional amendment to authorize counties with a population of 7,500 or less to perform private road construction and maintenance

 

For 18135

 

Against 3636

 

 

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 6 “The constitutional amendment recognizing the right of the people to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife subject to laws that promote wildlife conservation

 

For 18196

 

Against 3788

 

Constitutional Amendment Proposition 7 “The constitutional amendment dedicating certain sales and use tax revenue and motor vehicle sales, use, and rental tax revenue to the state highway fund to provide funding for nontolled roads and the reduction of certain transportation-related debt

 

For 18764

 

Against 3208

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