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Final election results including liquor sale elections

By Molly Reuter - bio | email

Smith County JP Precinct 4 Liquor Election

Proposition 1: The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.

For: 1,311
Against: 1,461
Total: 2,772

Proposition 2: The legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.

For: 1,400
Against: 1,358
Total: 2,758

Winona Liquor Option Election

Proposition 1: The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption only

For: 94
Against: 94

* No run off election will be held.  Texas state election code states runoffs are only held in office elections.  In the case of a tie, the status remains the same, or in this case dry.

Proposition 2: The legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only

For: 97
Against: 90

OTHER FINAL ELECTION RESULTS:

Rusk Wet/Dry Election

Proposition 1:
For: 356
Against: 326

Proposition 2:
For: 379
Against: 301

Rusk ISD School Board

Britt Patterson ( I ) - 286
Rodney Hugghins ( I ) - 219
Tracy Session - 150
* top two are winners

West Rusk CCISD School Board

Jason Bigbie - 73
Kenneth Copeland - 101
Sandra Smith - 109
John W. Cochran, Sr. - 45
* top three are winners

Hudson ISD School Board

Place 6:
Art Nelson (unopposed) - 200

Place 7:
Darren Smith - 126
Kent T. Walker - 154 (winner)

Zavalla ISD School Board

Barry Burch - 44
Craig Cryer - 198
Carlene White - 142
Joey Courtney - 75
Earnest Bryan - 189
* top two are winners

Lufkin City Council Position 2

Rose Boyd - 68
Robert Shankle - 89

Tyler City Council 1

Nate Lambert 104
Sam Mezayek 455

Tyler City Council 2

Nathaniel Moran 176
Keith Pyron 19

Whitehouse School Board Place 4

Jason Wade 428
Willie C. Brown 100

Whitehouse School Board Place 5

Wade Weathers 292
Esther Yeager     205
Chet Thomas 102

Whitehouse City Council Place 1 

Mike Jeter  183
Dr. Rob Phelps 94

Whitehouse City Council Place 5 

Paul Licht 141
Jan Bellefeuille 124

Longview City Council 2

Daryl Williams 73
Eric Brandt 20

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