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State Election

State of Texas Proposition 1

"The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for the reduction of the amount of a limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for general elementary and secondary public school purposes on the residence homestead of a person who is elderly or disabled to reflect any statutory reduction from the preceding tax year in the maximum compressed rate of the maintenance and operations taxes imposed for those purposes on the homestead."

  • For Winner 87.0%
    981,000
  • Against   13.0%
    146,823
99.2% precincts reporting
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State of Texas Proposition 2

"The constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from as valorem taxation for public school purposes from $25,000 to $40,000."

  • For Winner 85.1%
    970,126
  • Against   14.9%
    169,749
99.2% precincts reporting
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Victoria Election

Victoria Council Member, District 6

City of Victoria, Texas - General Election

Mark LoffgrenApril L. Butler
  • Mark Loffgren *WinnerO 58.5%
    1,302
  • April L. Butler  O 41.5%
    922
* Incumbent
2,224
100.0% precincts reporting
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Victoria ISD, District 1 Trustee

Victoria Independent School District - General Election

Kathy BellTheresa Klacman
  • Kathy Bell WinnerO 55.9%
    436
  • Theresa Klacman  O 44.1%
    344
780
100.0% precincts reporting
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Victoria ISD, District 6 Trustee

Victoria Independent School District - General Election

Margaret PruettEmett Alvarez
  • Margaret Pruett *WinnerO 55.4%
    621
  • Emett Alvarez  O 44.6%
    499
* Incumbent
1,120
100.0% precincts reporting
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Charter Election

City of Victoria Charter – Proposition A

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide clarity and by deleting and amending those provisions which are redundant of state law, duplicative of other sections of the Charter or otherwise unnecessary for placement in the Charter.

  • For Winner 91.6%
    2,942
  • Against   8.4%
    270
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition C

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that all elected officials are ineligible to serve in the same office for a period of one year after serving four (4) consecutive elected terms in that office.

  • For Winner 87.8%
    2,877
  • Against   12.2%
    399
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition E

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to authorize leases or conveyances of parkland be conducted consistent with the requirements of state law.

  • For Winner 87.6%
    2,806
  • Against   12.4%
    398
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition G

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that a Mayor Pro-Tem shall be elected by the City Council at the first regular City Council meeting following each regular City election.

  • For Winner 89.3%
    2,885
  • Against   10.7%
    347
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition I

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that all assistant city attorneys are to be appointed and removed by the City Attorney.

  • For Winner 71.6%
    2,301
  • Against   28.4%
    912
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition K

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to require the City Council to adopt an ordinance which provides appropriate signatory authority for checks, vouchers, or warrants for the withdrawal of money from a City Depository.

  • For Winner 94.6%
    3,063
  • Against   5.4%
    176
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition M

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to require City officials to comply with state law regarding conflicts of interest.

  • For Winner 95.0%
    3,089
  • Against   5.0%
    162
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition B

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria for compliance with state law.

  • For Winner 91.8%
    2,962
  • Against   8.2%
    263
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition D

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that the City Council may, upon a vacancy occurring on Council with less than 180 days remaining on the term, leave a position vacant, appoint a new Council Member to fill such vacancy for the remaining 180 days, or call a special election to fill the vacancy.

  • For Winner 89.0%
    2,889
  • Against   11.0%
    358
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition F

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that if the Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem are absent, sick, or unable to perform the duties of office, the most senior member of City Council shall perform the duties of Mayor.

  • For Winner 90.7%
    2,965
  • Against   9.3%
    304
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition H

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide that all adopted ordinances and the City's code shall published electronically and on the City's website.

  • For Winner 95.2%
    3,094
  • Against   4.8%
    155
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition J

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to clarify the powers and duties of the City Attorney.

  • For Winner 94.6%
    3,079
  • Against   5.4%
    175
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition L

Amending Article VIII Initiative, Referendum and Recall of the Charter of the City of Victoria changing the term "qualified voter" to "registered voter".

  • For Winner 90.0%
    2,915
  • Against   10.0%
    324
100.0% precincts reporting
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City of Victoria Charter – Proposition N

Amending the Charter of the City of Victoria to provide a process for reconstituting the City Council when a quorum of City Council may not be established due to multiple deaths, injuries, incapacitations, or recall elections.

  • For Winner 90.8%
    2,897
  • Against   9.2%
    295
100.0% precincts reporting
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Quail Creek Election

Quail Creek Municipal Utilities District Board Members

Quail Creek Municipal Utilities District General Election

  • Paul Miller WinnerO 33.8%
    81
  • Rodgers Weppler  O 28.3%
    68
  • Alvin Dlouhy  O 20.4%
    49
  • Homero Ortiz  O 17.5%
    42
240
100.0% precincts reporting
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Quail Creek M.U.D. Proposition A

Increasing the miscellaneous charge $1.50 more per month per residential customer. The miscellaneous charge is to support the street lighting, homeowners' association, volunteer fire department and park.

  • For Winner 69.4%
    102
  • Against   30.6%
    45
100.0% precincts reporting
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Cuero Election

City of Cuero Mayor

Cuero General Election

Sara Post MeyerRandy Saenz
  • Sara Post Meyer *WinnerO 74.7%
    478
  • Randy Saenz  O 25.3%
    162
* Incumbent
640
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City of Cuero Council Member, District 2

Cuero General Election

Terry GloverDoyle J. CruzSadie Saenz
  • Terry Glover *WinnerO 42.3%
    52
  • Doyle J. Cruz  O 34.1%
    42
  • Sadie Saenz  O 23.6%
    29
* Incumbent
123
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City of Cuero Special Election – Proposition A

AMEND ARTICLE III, "THE CITY COUNCIL", SECTION 3.06 (2) (C), "VACANCIES, FORFEITURES OF OFFICE & FILLING VACANCIES"

  • For Winner 80.6%
    433
  • Against   19.4%
    104
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City of Cuero Special Election – Proposition C

AMEND ARTICLE VI, "INTIATIVE, REFERENDUM AND RECALL", SECTION 6.03 "FORM OF PETITIONS'

  • For Winner 79.0%
    388
  • Against   21.0%
    103
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City of Cuero Special Election – Proposition B

AMEND ARTICLE IV, "ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES", SECTION 4.01 "CITY MANAGER', B "TERM AND SALARY"

  • For Winner 75.0%
    394
  • Against   25.0%
    131
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City of Cuero Special Election – Proposition D

AMEND ARTICLE VIII, "FINANCIAL PROCEDURE", SECTION 8.09, "VOTE REQUIRED FOR ADOPTION"

  • For Winner 84.3%
    412
  • Against   15.7%
    77
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Industrial Election

Industrial ISD Trustee

Industrial Independent School District Trustee Election

  • B.J. Ellison WinnerO 39.1%
    124
  • Denise Chaney  O 32.2%
    102
  • Delano Kinsfather  O 28.7%
    91
317
100.0% precincts reporting
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Bloomington Election

Bloomington ISD Proposition A

The issuance of not to exceed $1,100,000 of bonds by the Bloomington Independent School District for school facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof. This is a property tax increase.

  • For Winner 61.0%
    86
  • Against   39.0%
    55
100.0% precincts reporting
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Meyersville Election

Meyersville ISD Bond Election – Proposition A

The issuance of $5,000,000 of bonds by the Meyersville Independent School District for school facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof. This is a property tax increase.

  • Against Winner 67.4%
    31
  • For   32.6%
    15
100.0% precincts reporting
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Calhoun County

Calhoun County ISD District 3

  • Bill Harvey  O 100.0%
    113
113
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Calhoun County ISD District at Large

  • David Gaskamp  O 83.5%
    396
  • Heather Fahrni  O 16.5%
    78
474
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Calhoun County Proposition A

  • For   81.3%
    39
  • Against   18.8%
    9
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Calhoun County Proposition B

  • For   79.2%
    38
  • Against   20.8%
    10
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Yoakum

Yoakum General Election – Place 4

  • John S. Pelech  O 51.6%
    116
  • Sean Mooney  O 48.4%
    109
225
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Yoakum General Election – Place 5

  • Michael Brandt  O 50.4%
    115
  • Billy Goodrich  O 49.6%
    113
228
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