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May 14, 2011 Election Results

Smith County
Jail Bond Proposition
FOR    3,644
AGAINST     2,136

Mayor City of Bullard
FREDERICK    90
ADAMS-WILKS     62

Troup All Beverage Sales
FOR     69
AGAINST     37

Troup Beer and Wine Sales
FOR    69
AGAINST     36

Wood County
Mayor City of Mineola
WHITUS    428
GATES    406

Mineola Beer and Wine Sales
FOR   440
AGAINST    419

Alba Beer and Wine Proposition
FOR    64
AGAINST    37

Hawkins Beer & Wine Proposition
AGAINST    133
FOR    67

Hawkins Mixed Beverage Proposition
AGAINST    129
FOR    72

Mayor City of Quitman
EDWARDS    169
SESSIONS    43

Mineola Mixed Beverage Sales
FOR    441
AGAINST    406

Gregg County
City of Longview Streets Bond Proposition
FOR    1321
AGAINST    820

Kilgore ISD Bond Election
FOR    1149
AGAINST    610

Pine Tree ISD Bond
FOR    1436
AGAINST    1339

Cherokee County
Mayor City of Jacksonville
MELVIN   220
SMITH    189

Henderson County
Athens ISD Bond
FOR   1489
AGAINST    443

Athens Beer & Wine Sales
FOR   831
AGAINST   541

Athens Mixed Beverage Sales
FOR   904
AGAINST   443

Van Zandt County
EMS District 3
AGAINST    625
FOR    195

Mayor City of Canton
HILLIARD    362
NICKLAS    127
STEPHENS    84

Mayor City of Wills Point
FRYE    241
LAJONE    216
FOSTER    33

Rusk County
Carlisle ISD Bond
FOR    85
AGAINST    67

Mayor City of Overton
WELCH    98
WAYTE    91

Upshur County
Union Grove ISD Bond
FOR    202
AGAINST    71

Nacogdoches County
Mayor City of Nacogdoches
HORN    1126
FITCH    581
MCCRIMMON    75

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