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For races that cover all of Texas, please visit the Statewide Races page.

May 10, 2014 City / ISD Elections | May 27, 2014 Primary Runoff Elections | March 4, 2014 Primary Results

 

May 10, 2014 Local Elections

Following are the results of the local races on the ballot for the May 10, 2014 Elections in Fort Bend County, Texas. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Not all races will appear on all ballots. To view your specific sample ballot, please visit the Fort Bend County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent
W denotes Winner
Results were obtained from The Houston Chronicle on May 12, 2014.

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Participating candidates submitted their own pictures and statements. Websites were located by internet searches. If you are a candidate and would like to add your website, please send it to us. If you are a candidate and would like to submit your candidate profile including picture and 60-word statement, please contact us. We do not endorse any candidates.

Fort Bend ISD | Katy ISD | Stafford MSD
Arcola | Fulshear | Kendleton | Missouri City | Richmond | Rosenberg

Fort Bend ISD
Trustee, Position 1

Jason Burdine W
Ramesh Cherivirala
Q Imam
CJ Udoagwu

Trustee, Position 4

Bruce Albright (i)
Rodrigo Carreon
Deron R Harrington
Kristin Tassin W

Trustee, Position 5

Kris Allfrey
KP George W
Patsy Taylor (i)

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Katy ISD
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Trustee, Position 3

Bill Proctor (i)
Ashley Vann W

Trustee, Position 4

Jennifer Camero
Courtney Doyle W
Terry Huckaby (i)

Trustee, Position 5

Henry Dibrell (i) W
Cyndi Lawrence

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Stafford MSD
Click here for Early Voting and Election Day Voting locations and schedules for Stafford MSD. (coming)
Stafford MSD lists photos and brief bios for each candidate on their website: Trustee Election May 2014.
Trustees (vote for 0, 1 or 2)

Rodney Butler (i) W
Christopher Caldwell W
Mike Guerra
Xavier Herrera
Lisa Thompson

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Arcola
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Mayor

Mary Etta Anderson W
Evelyn Jones (i)

Aldermen (vote for 0, 1 or 2)

James Deveaux
Florence Jackson W
Effie Jones (i)
Florencia Martinez (i) W

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Fulshear
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Mayor

Tommy Kuykendall (i) W

Aldermen (vote for 0, 1, 2 or 3)

Larry Beustring (i)
Tricia Krenek W
Tajana Mesic W
Roberto Oce
Laverne Patterson (i)
Steve Pohlman
Kent Pool
Jeff Roberts (i) W
Patrick Sexton

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Kendleton
Mayor
Alice Faye Anderson
Darryl K Humphrey, Sr (i) W
City Council, Position 1
Lester Aldridge (i) W
City Council, Position 2
George Jackson (i) W
City Council, Position 3
Etta Marie Patterson (i) W
City Council, Position 4
Carolyn Kindred-Jenkins (i) W
City Council, Position 5
Ray Davis (i) W
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Missouri City
Mayor
Allen Owen (i) W
Noel Pinnock, Sr
Council At Large, Position 1
Jerry Wyatt (i) W
Council At Large, Position 2
Danny Nguyen (i)
Chris Preston W
Proposition No. 1 PASSED
The issuance of $6,500,000 general obligation bonds for (1) purchasing, acquiring, enlarging, extending, equipping and constructing drainage improvements and facilities at various locations within the city, including acquiring land and rights-of-way for such purposes, (2) purchasing equipment and support facilities in connection with drainage improvements and facilities, (3) preparing engineering and related studies in connection with drainage issues within the city adn (4) all matters necessary or incidental thereto and the levy of a tax and the provision of a sinking fund in payment thereof.
Proposition No. 2 PASSED
The issuance of $22,800,000 general obligation bonds for (1) purchasing, acquiring, enlarging, extending, equipping, and constructing street, bridge, and sidewalk improvements and facilities within the city, including acquiring land and rights-of-way for such purposes, (2) purchasing equipment and support facilities in connection with street, bridge, and sidewalk improvements, (3) preparing engineering and related studies in connection with street, bridge and sidewalk improvements in the city and (4) all matters necessary or incidental thereto and the levy of a tax and the provision of a sinking fund in payment thereof.
Proposition No. 3 PASSED
The issuance of $5,000,000 general obligation bonds for (1) purchasing, acquiring, constructing, repairing and improving land, facilities and equipment for a fire station, including acquiring land and easements for such purpose, (2) purchasing equipment and support facilities in connection with such facility, (3) preparing engineering and related studies in connection with such fire station within the city and (4) all matters necessary or incidental thereto and the levy of a tax and the provision of a sinking fund in payment thereof.
Proposition No. 4 PASSED
The issuance of $5,700,000 general obligation bonds for (1) purchasing, acquiring, constructing, repairing and improving land, facilities and equipment for a public facilities, including acquiring land and easements for such purposes, (2) purchasing equipment and support facilities in connection with such facilities, (3) preparing engineering and related studies in connection with such public facilities within the city and (4) all matters necessary or incidental thereto and the levy of a tax and the provision of a sinking fund in payment thereof.
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Richmond
Mayor
Gary Gillen
Evalyn W Moore (i) W
City Commissioners (vote for 0, 1 or 2)
Tres Davis
Gennaro "Gerry" D'onofrio
William H "Bill" Dostal (i)
Carlos Garcia
Glen Gilmore W
Jesse Torres W
Milton Wright
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Rosenberg
Proposition No. 1 PASSED
Shall the City Council for the City of Rosenberg pass an ordinance which reads as follows? The City of Rosenberg shall not donate to any person or entity, including TXDOT (Texas Department of Transportation), the real property owned by the City, and located in Rosenberg, Texas, between: Avenue H and Avenue I, and Damon and Louise Streets, for the roadway project known
as the "One-Way Pairs" Project. The property may only be sold in the future for fair market
value, as determined by independent appraisal.

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May 27, 2014 Primary Runoff Elections

There are no LOCAL Primary Runoff Elections in Fort Bend County. However, there are STATEWIDE Runoffs for both the Republican and Democratic Primaries. For information on these Runoff Elections, please see our Statewide Elections page.


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March 4, 2014 Primary Elections

Following are the results of the local races on the ballot for the March 4, 2014 Primary Elections in Fort Bend County, Texas. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Not all races will appear on all ballots. To view your specific sample ballot, please visit the Fort Bend County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent
W denotes Winner
R denotes Runoff.

Thank you for Voting!

Participating candidates submitted their own pictures and statements. Websites were located by internet searches. If you are a candidate and would like to add your website, please send it to us. If you are a candidate and would like to submit your candidate profile including picture and 60-word statement, please contact us. We do not endorse any candidates.

Republican Primary | Democratic Primary


Republican Primary
US Representative, District 22

Pete Olson (i) W

State Senator, District 17

Derek A Anthony
Joan Huffman (i) W

State Representative, District 26

DF "Rick Miller (i) W

State Representative, District 27

David Hamilton W

State Representative, District 28

John Zerwas (i) W

State Representative, District 85

Phil Stephenson (i) W

Member, State Board of Education, District 4

Dorothy Olmos W

Member, State Board of Education, District 7
Rita Ashley
David Bradley (i) W
Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 3

Chad Bridges
Dan Linebaugh
Russell Lloyd W

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 5

Laura Carter Higley (i) W

Chief Justice, 14th Court of Appeals

Kem Thompson Frost (i) W

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 4

Marc Brown (i) W

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 7

Ken Wise (i) W

District Judge, 240th District Court

Thomas R Culver, III (i) W

District Judge, 268th District Court

Brady G Elliott (i) W
Roxie Roll

District Judge, 328th District Court

Ronald R "Ron" Pope (i) W

District Attorney

John Healey (i) W
Dawn Zell Wright

County Judge

Robert E "Bob" Hebert (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law #1

Frederick P "Rick" Forlano
Maggie Jaramillo
Chris Morales W

Judge, County Court at Law #2

Jeff McMeans (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law #3

Susan G Lowery (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law #4

RH "Sandy" Bielstein (i) W
Warren Diepraam

District Clerk

Candace Cagle
Annie Rebecca Elliott (i) W

County Clerk

Laura Richard W

County Treasurer

Jeff Council (i) W

County Commissioner, Precinct 4

James Patterson (i) W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2

Billy Guerrero, III
Mary S Ward (i) W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3

Ken Cannata (i) W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4

Jim Richard (i) W

Fort Bend County Republican Party Chairman
Mike Gibson (i) W
For additional races on this ballot, visit our Statewide Races page.

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Democratic Primary
US Representative, District 9
Al Green (i) W
US Representative, District 22

Frank Briscoe W
Mark Gibson

State Senator, District 17

Rita Lucido W

State Representative, District 26

Amber C Paaso W

State Representative, District 27

Ron Reynolds (i) W

State Representative, District 85

Cynthia Drabek W

Member, State Board of Education, District 4

Lawrence A Allen, Jr (i) W

Member, State Board of Education, District 7
Kathy King W
Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 3

Jim Sharp (i) W

Chief Justice, 14th Court of Appeals

Kyle Carter W

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 7

Gordon Goodman W

District Attorney

Wilvin J Carter W

County Judge

James F Pirtle W

Judge, County Court at Law #1

Tameika Carter W

District Clerk

Michael D Antalan W

County Clerk

Lila Villagomez W

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Grady Prestage (i) W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2

Karen Mendoza W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Joel S Clouser, Sr (i) W
Tanisha Green

Fort Bend County Democratic Party Chairman
Donald Bankston (i) W
For additional races on this ballot, visit our Statewide Races page.



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