WHO'S ON THE BALLOT

Stickers rest at the Richwood City Hall polling place during the 2019 election.

FEDERAL OFFICES

PRESIDENT/VICE

PRESIDENT

Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence (R)

Joseph R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris (D)

Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy "Spike" Cohen (L)

Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker (GR)

U.S. SENATOR

John Cornyn (R)

Mary "MJ" Hegar (D)

Kerry Douglas McKennon (L)

David B. Collins (GR)

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE

DISTRICT 14

Randy Weber (R)

Adrienne Bell (D)

DISTRICT 22

Troy Nehls (R)

Sri Preston Kulkarni (D)

Joseph LeBlanc Jr. (L)

STATE OFFICES

RAILROAD COMMISSIONER

James "Jim" Wright (R)

Chrysta Castaneda (D)

Matt Sterett (L)

Katija "Kat" Gruene (GR)

TEXAS SUPREME COURT

CHIEF JUSTICE

Nathan Hecht (R)

Amy Clark Meachum (D)

Mark Ash (L)

JUSTICE, PLACE 6

UNEXPIRED TERM

Jane Bland (R)

Kathy Cheng (D)

JUSTICE, PLACE 7

Jeff Boyd (R)

Staci Williams (D)

William Bryan Strange III (L)

JUSTICE, PLACE 8

Brett Busby (R)

Gisela D. Triana (D)

Tom Oxford (L)

COURT OF CRIMINAL

APPEALS

JUDGE, PLACE 3

Bert Richardson (R)

Elizabeth Davis Frizell (D)

JUDGE, PLACE 4

Kevin Patrick Yeary (R)

Tina Clinton (D)

JUDGE, PLACE 9

David Newell (R)

Brandon Birmingham (D)

STATE SENATOR

DISTRICT 11

Larry Taylor (R)

Susan Criss (D)

Jared Wissel (L)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

DISTRICT 25

Cody Thane Vasut (R)

Patrick Henry (D)

DISTRICT 29

Ed Thompson (R)

Travis Boldt (D)

14TH COURT OF

APPEALS DISTRICT

CHIEF JUSTICE

Tracy Elizabeth Christopher (R)

Jane Robinson (D)

1ST COURT OF APPEALS

JUSTICE, DISTRICT, PLACE 3

Russell Lloyd (R)

Veronica Rivas-Molloy (D)

JUSTICE, DISTRICT, PLACE 5

Terry Adams (R)

Amparo Monique Guerra (D)

14TH COURT OF APPEALS

JUSTICE, DISTRICT, PLACE 7

Ken Wise (R)

Tamika "Tami" Craft (D)

COUNTY OFFICES

DISTRICT JUDGE

461ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Patrick Bulanek (R)

COUNTY COURT AT LAW

NO. 1 & PROBATE COURT

UNEXPIRED TERM

Courtney Gilbert (R)

Terence Norman (D)

SHERIFF

L. "Bo" Stallman III (R)

COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR

Kristin R. Bulanek (R)

Andrew Bell (D)

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

PRECINCT 1

Donald "Dude" Payne (R)

PRECINCT 3

Stacy L. Adams (R)

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1

Jack Brown (R)

PRECINCT 2, PLACE 1

John Vasut (R)

PRECINCT 3, PLACE 1

Mike Merkel (R)

PRECINCT 4, PLACE 1

Sarah Linder (R)

F.J. Jones (D)

COUNTY CONSTABLE

PRECINCT 1

David Thacker (R)

PRECINCT 2

Willie Howell (R)

PRECINCT 3

CB "Buck" Stevens (R)

PRECINCT 4

James Brawner (R)

David Keith Rougeau (D)

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

ALVIN ISD

TRUSTEE POSITION 6

Earl Humbird

TRUSTEE POSITION 7

Vivian Scheibel

Floyd Hodges Jr.

ANGLETON ISD

TRUSTEE, POSITION 3

Tommy Gaines

TRUSTEE, POSITION 4

Michael Stroman

Mike Sillavan

Joel McKinnon

PEARLAND ISD

TRUSTEE POSITION ONE (1)

Toni Carter

Charles Gooden, Jr.

TRUSTEE POSITION TWO (2)

Carmine Petrillo III

Edgar Pacheco, Jr.

Kris Schoeffler

Jessica Garcia Shafer

TAX RATE ELECTION PROPOSITION A

Ratifying the ad valorem tax rate of $1.3585/$100 in the Pearland Independent School District for the current year, a rate that will result in an increase of 2.33 percent in maintenance and operations tax revenue for the District for the current year as compared to the preceding year, which is an additional $1,662,856.

SWEENY ISD

TRUSTEE POSITION 1

Connie Cummings McAda

Devin Manning Randon

POSITION 5

Carolyn "Jan" Reddoch

Joel Meador

Dusty Hopkins

POSITION 7

Hattishia Johnson Johnican

Randy Miksch

Amanda Baca

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS

ALVIN

PROPOSITION A

Adoption of the fire fighters' and police officers' civil service law, applicable to only the police department.

BROOKSIDE VILLAGE

MAYOR

Craig Bailey

COUNCIL AT LARGE

Vote for no more than 2

Donald Flynn

Von Dell Byrd

Beth Marie Croix

Greg Thomas

CLUTE

MAYOR

Calvin Shiflet

Erick Aguilar

COUNCIL WARD A

Jeff Crisp

WARD C

Chuck Pate

WARD E

Frances Vaughn

Robert Akerstrom

DANBURY

MAYOR

Melinda Strong

COUNCIL AT LARGE

Vote for no more than 2

Chris Holcomb

Allen Brown

Robert (Butch) Peterson

Craig Peavy

SALES TAX ELECTION AMENDMENT A

The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Danbury at the rate of one-half percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets. The tax expires on the fourth anniversary of the date of this election unless the imposition of the tax is reauthorized.

FREEPORT

CITY COUNCIL POSITION A

Manning Rollerson

Jeff Pena

Ken "Capt" Green

Larry McDonald

Melanie Oldham

POSTITION C

Sandra Loeza

Mario Muraira

CHARTER ELECTION AMENDMENT A

Shall sections 3.01 and 5.10 of the Charter be amended to establish the terms of office for Mayor and each council member to be elected for a term three years, with a limit of two consecutive terms?

AMENDMENT B

Shall section 3.01 of the Charter be amended to include Election Dates as standardized by State Law?

AMENDMENT C

Shall section 3.07 of the Charter be amended allowing the City Council to adopt, modify and carry out all plans proposed by the Planning Commission?

AMENDMENT D

Shall section 4.06 of the Charter

be amended to eliminate the requirement that the City Attorney must be a qualified voter in Brazoria County, Texas?

AMENDMENT E

Shall Section 11.011 of the Charter be amended to require that every ordinance or resolution adopted by the City Council, shall be published in accordance with state law?

AMENDMENT F

Shall Section 1.02 of the Charter be amended to recognize the city boundaries as they currently stand and as may be amended in the future?

AMENDMENT G

Shall Section 3.10 of the Charter be amended allowing for recordation of adopted ordinances and resolutions to be permanently maintained by electronic means?

AMENDMENT H

Shall section 8.02 of the Charter be amended to allow for the expenditure of public funding in support of economic development projects only with a legally valid 380 agreement and following a public hearing by City Council?

IOWA COLONY

CITY COUNCIL POSITION 1

David Edward Dean

Michael (Buck) Holton

Sydney Hargroder

Waylan Rhodes

Douglas Marshall Chumley

POSITION 2

Arnetta Murray

Gerane Padilla-Kerr

Rebecca M. Hester

CHARTER ELECTION AMENDMENT A

The adoption by the City of Iowa Colony of the Home Rule Charter proposed by the Iowa Colony Charter Commission.

JONES CREEK

MAYOR

Terry Jeffers

Marcy Krampota

ALDERMAN AT LARGE

Vote for no more than 2

Justin Wright

Glenn Jordan

Jenni Wailes

MARSHAL

William R Tidwell Jr.

LAKE JACKSON

MAYOR

Gerald Roznovsky

Fred Ortiz

CITY COUNCIL POSITION 2

Vinay Singhania

POSITION 4

Ralph "Buster" Buell, III

Michael Musquiz

CHARTER ELECTION AMENDMENT A

Shall section 3.02 (Qualifications) be amended to lower the minimum age of a member of the city council from twenty-one years of age to eighteen (18) years of age?

MANVEL

MAYOR

Debra Davison

COUNCIL MEMBER PLACE #3

Edward B. Perry

Niccole Tyson

PLACE #5

Jason Albert

OYSTER CREEK

ALDERMAN POSITION 3

Lonnie Carr

POSITION 4

Harold Vandergrifft

Micah A. Blaylock

POSITION 5

Darrell Raska

PEARLAND

MAYOR

Quentin Wiltz

Kevin Cole

POSITION NO. 3

Lewis Barnes

Alex Kamkar

Orlando Bruzual

Jai Daggett

POSITION NO. 7

Jeff Hunkele

Mashunda Ivery

Woody Owens

SPECIAL ELECTION PROPOSED AMENDMENT A

Shall Article 1, Section 1.03 of the City Charter be amended to require that the annexation of property by the City be in accordance with State law?

AMENDMENT B

Shall Article 3, Section 3.02 of the City Charter be amended to increase the residency requirement for candidates for City Council from six (6) months to twelve (12) months?

AMENDMENT C

Shall Article 3, Section 3.09 of the City Charter be amended to establish a quorum of City Council to be five (5) members of city council, including the mayor, instead of two thirds (2/3) of the members of city council, including the mayor, and requires a record vote instead of a roll call vote for all Resolutions and Ordinances?

AMENDMENT D

Shall Article 3, Section 3.12 of the City Charter be amended to increase the maximum fine amount for each day of noncompliance with a subpoena from two hundred dollars ($200.00) to five hundred dollars ($500.00)?

AMENDMENT E

Shall Article 5, Section 5.05 of the City Charter be amended to require that election ballots be prepared in accordance with State law?

AMENDMENT F

Shall Article 6, Section 6.06 of the City Charter be amended to increase the amount of time the City Secretary has to certify a recall petition from five (5) days to ten (10) business days?

AMENDMENT G

Shall Article 8, Section 8.02 of the City Charter be amended to require that the City's budget be prepared and submitted to City Council in accordance with State law?

AMENDMENT H

Shall Article 10, Section 10.15 of the City Charter be amended to increase the size of the Charter Review Commission from five (5) members to seven (7) members?

SANDY POINT

MAYOR

C J Waller, Jr.

COMMISSIONER

PLACE 1

Kurt Quinn

PLACE 2

John "Buck" Caldwell, Jr.

SALES TAX ELECTION PROPOSITION A

A sales and use tax is adopted within the City of Sandy Point at the rate of one and one-half percent.

SURFSIDE BEACH

MAYOR

Gregg Bisso

Larry Davison

ALDERMAN

Vote for no more than 2

Jennie Green-Prats

Paul Hermonat

Peggy Power Llewellyn

Mark Wilson

WEST COLUMBIA

MAYOR

Laurie Beal Kincannon

ALDERMAN POSITION 2

Donnie Congdon Jr.

Charley Tindol

POSITION 5

Dietrich M. von Biedenfeld

SPECIALTY DISTRICTS

DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 4

COMMISSIONER PLACE 1

Dan Keller (R)

Jim Mooney (D)

PLACE 2

Jeffrey "Jeff" H. Brennan (R)

Scott Feuless (D)

BRAZORIA COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 5

COMMISSIONER PLACE 1

N. Lee Walden

John R. Wood

PLACE 2

Mark Roller

Brandon Middleton

WEST BRAZORIA COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 11

DIRECTOR, SECTION 1 UNEXPIRED TERM

John Richers

Neal Bess, Jr.

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