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The political races listed on this page cover part or all of Montgomery County, Texas.
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 local races, that we are currently aware of, on the ballot for the May 10, 2014 Elections in Montgomery 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 Montgomery County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent

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State Senate District 4 Special Election | Magnolia ISD | Magnolia | Panorama Village | Shenandoah | Willis
EMCID | EMCID EDZ #3 | EMCID EDZ #4 | MC ESD #10 | MC ESD #11 | MC ESD #14 | Kings Manor MUD
MC UD #4 | MC MUD #9 | MC MUD #15 | MC MUD #42 | River Plantation MUD
Roman Forest Consolidated MUD #1 & 2 | Texas National MUD

State Senate District 4 Special Election
State Senator, District 4
All candidates listed are identified as Republicans.
Gordy Bunch
Brandon Creighton
Michael Galloway
Steve Toth
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Magnolia ISD
Click here for Early Voting and Election Day locations and schedules for Magnolia ISD.
Trustee, Position 4
Kristi Baker (i)
Ginger Russell
Trustee, Position 5

Joe Duncan

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Magnolia
Mayor
Todd Kana (i)
City Council, Position 4
Brenda Hoppe
Jo Ann Schermerhorn (i)
City Council, Position 5
Jonny Williams (i)
Proposition
The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Magnolia at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of munipal streets.
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Panorama Village
Mayor

Howard L Kravetz (i)
Lynn Scott

City Council, Position 2
Clint Fowler (i)
City Council, Position 4
Dean Bishop
Michele Chandler (i)
Proposition 1
The proposed issuance of $850,000 City of Panorama Village, Texas, Bonds for dredging the Panorama Lake and assessable portion of Stewart Creek of excessive silt and aquatic foliage and constructing a silt catching structure to facilitate drainage and the levy of taxes to provide for the payment thereof and interest thereon.
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Shenandoah
Mayor
Garry B Watts
City Council, Position 1
Gary Henson (i)
City Council, Position 5

Mike McLeod
Josh Wendell

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Willis
Proposition 1
Shall Article III, Section 3.02(b) of the Home Rule Charter of the City of Willis, Texas be amended to provide that the Mayor and all Council places One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), and Five (5) shall be elected on odd numbered years.
Proposition 2
The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Willis, Texas at the rate of one-fourth of one percent (1/4%) to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.
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East Montgomery County Improvement District (EMCID)
Director, Position 5
TP Bakke
Connie Bloodworth (i)
Scott Hesson
Director, Position 6
Stephen Carlisle
Fred Wetz (i)
Director, Position 7
Vickie Thumann (i)
Martin Zepeda
Director, Position 8
Linda Floyd (i)
Allen Rhoden
Leonard Rogers
Barbara West
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East Montgomery County Improvement District Economic Development Zone #3 (EMCID EDZ 3)
Proposition I
The confirmation of the Zone.
Proposition II
The adoption of a local sales and use tax in the East Montgomery County Improvement District Economic Development Zone No. 3 at a rate of one-half percent.
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East Montgomery County Improvement District Economic Development Zone #4 (EMCID EDZ 4)
Proposition I
The confirmation of the Zone.
Proposition II
The adoption of a local sales and use tax in the East Montgomery County Improvement District Economic Development Zone No. 4 at a rate of one-half percent.
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Montgomery County Emergency Services District #10 (MC ESD 10)
Proposition I
The adoption of a local sales and use tax in Montgomery County Emergency Services District No. 10 at the rate of one percent (1%).
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Montgomery County Emergency Services District #11 (MC ESD 11)
Proposition I
The adoption of a local sales and use tax in Montgomery County Emergency Services District No. 11 at the rate of one-half percent (.5%).
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Montgomery County Emergency Services District #14 (MC ESD 14)
Proposition I
The adoption of a local sales and use tax in Montgomery County Emergency Services District No. 14 at the rate of two percent (2%).
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Kings Manor Municipal Utility District (Kings Manor MUD)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, or 2) - we do not have an incumbent list for this race
Liz C Davis
Pat McGlothlin
Woodrow W Pennington
Winton T Richards
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Montgomery County Utility District #4 (MC UD 4)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, or 2)
Rudy Gonzalez
J Frank Haasbeek (i)
Gary S North (i)
Chris D Oliver
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Montgomery County Municipal Utility District #9 (MC MUD 9)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, 2 or 3) - we do not have an incumbent list for this race
Carlos Gutierrez
Ernie Harris
Jerry Nispel
Linda Wilson
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Montgomery County Municipal Utility District #15 (MC MUD 15)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, or 2) - we do not have an incumbent list for this race
Helen I Capozzelli
Sandy Day
John S Young
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Montgomery County Municipal Utility District #42 (MC MUD 42)
Proposition I
The issuance of $18,800,000 in general bonds and the levy of ad valorem taxes in payment of the general bonds and the pledge of net revenues (water, sanitary sewer, drainage and storm sewer, organization and administration).
Proposition II
The issuance of $2,500,000 in parks and recreational facilities bonds and the levy of ad valorem taxes in payment of the parks and recreational facilities bonds (parks and recreational facilities).
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River Plantation Municipal Utility District (River Plantation MUD)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, 2 or 3)
Dave Bartlow
Edward F Blackburne, Jr (i)
Thomas Frank (i)
George T Gilmer
Ken Meneke (i)
Mark Robin
Bob Smith
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Roman Forest Consolidated Municipal Utility District #1 and #2 (RFC MUD 1 & 2)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, or 2) - we do not have an incumbent list for this race
William "Bill" Frederick
Gregory D Holt
Jack Ryder
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Texas National Municipal Utility District (TX National MUD)
Directors (vote for 0, 1, 2 or 3)
Ed McKeon (i)
Richard J Severns (i)
George E Waggoner (i)
Katy Williams

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May 27, 2014 Primary Runoff Elections

Following are the local races on the ballot for the May 27, 2014 Primary Runoff Elections in Montgomery 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 Montgomery County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent

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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.



Republican Primary Runoff
State Representative, District 16
Will Metcalf
Ted Seago
County Judge

Mark Bosma
Craig Doyal

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Rob Harmon
Charlie Riley

County Commissioner, Precinct 4
Bob Bagley
Jim Clark
For additional races on this ballot, visit our Statewide Races 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 Montgomery 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 Montgomery County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent
W denotes Winner
R denotes Runoff. The Runoff Elections will be held on May 27, 2014. Early Voting will begin May 19.

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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.

Republican Primary | Democratic Primary

Republican Primary
US Representative, District 8
Kevin Brady (i) W
Craig McMichael
State Senator, District 3

Robert Nichols (i) W

State Representative, District 3

Cecil Bell, Jr (i) W

State Representative, District 15

Mark Keough W
Bruce Tough

State Representative, District 16
Duane Ham
Gary A Louie
Will Metcalf R
Jason Millsaps
Ted Seago R
Steve Simonson
Chief Justice, 9th Court of Appeals

Steve McKeithen (i) W

Justice, 9th Court of Appeals, Place 3

Leanne Johnson (i) W
Earl B Stover, III

District Judge, 221st District Court

Lisa Michalk (i) W

District Judge, 284th District Court

Cara Wood (i) W

District Judge, 359th District Court

Kathleen A Hamilton (i) W

County Judge

Mark Bosma R
Craig Doyal R
Doris M Golemon

Judge, County Court at Law Place 1

Dennis Watson (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law Place 2

Claudia Laird (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law Place 3

Patrice McDonald (i) W

Judge, County Court at Law Place 4

Mary Ann Turner (i) W

District Clerk
Barbara Gladden Adamick (i) W
County Clerk

Mark Turnbull (i) W

County Treasurer

Stephanne Davis Laviolette (i) W

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Rob Harmon R
Ricky Rickett
Charlie Riley R

County Commissioner, Precinct 4
Bob Bagley R
Jody Binnion
Jim Clark R
Darrin Holy
Roland Red McCleskey
David Miller
Clarence Quinn
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1
Wayne Mack W
Kelley Smith
Robert Walker
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Grady Trey Spikes (i) W

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3
Edie Connelly (i) W
Richard Gammon
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4
James Metts (i) W
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5
Matt Masden (i) W
Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman
Walter D Wally Wilkerson, Jr (i) W
For additional races on this ballot, visit our Statewide Races page.

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Democratic Primary
State Representative, District 16
Michael Hayles, Sr W
Montgomery County Democratic Party Chairman
Bruce Barnes (i) W
Walter Boyd
For additional races on this ballot, visit our Statewide Races page.

 

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