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Election 2021: The Results

Each of the seven counties that make up the Brazos Valley have something on the ballot. Here are the results.

BRYAN, Texas — The seven counties that make up the Brazos Valley region of Texas all had something on the ballot this Election Day. Some candidates were running unopposed and already have been declared winners.

For more information on the elections, what's happening in your county and where you should vote, click here.

We will continue to update this article as the results trickle in for all races. The polls officially close at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 1.

Brazos County

Emergency Services District No. 1 Special Election

The adoption of a local sales and use tax in Brazos County Emergency Services District No. 1 at a rate not to exceed one and one-half percent in any location in the district.

  • For: 68% - 150 votes - Winner
  • Against: 72 votes

Vote Total: 222

Burleson County

City of Caldwell - Alderman (Vote for none, one, two or three candidates)

  • Shirley Smith - 63 votes
  • Cameron McCuller - 196 votes
  • Nancy Bryan Stewart - 128 votes
  • Jessie E. Enrique, Jr. - 132 votes
  • Allan G. Willis - 175 votes
  • Kavon Novak - 186 votes

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City of Somerville - Mayor (Vote for none or one candidate)

  • Tommy Thompson - 142 votes
  • Delfino Orozco - 77 votes

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City of Somerville - Alderman (Vote for none, one or two candidates)

  • Kay Cooper Moravec - 73 votes
  • Lucinda Murphey - 58 votes
  • Fred Elliott - 14 votes
  • Debra Kaye Coleman - 120 votes
  • Erik Kline - 75 votes
  • Carol Freeman - 27 votes

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Somerville ISD - Board of Trustee (Vote for none, one, two or three candidates)

  • Melissa L. Tharp - 251 votes
  • Joe Louis Gonzales - 157 votes
  • Bryan R. Crook - 157 votes
  • David Idlebird - 176 votes

Grimes County

Anderson Shiro ISD - Board of Trustee, Position 4

  • Bobby Werner- Declared winner due to running unopposed

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Anderson Shiro ISD - Board of Trustee, Position 5 (Vote for none or one)

  • Rachel Foy - 104 votes - 63.80% - Winner
  • Lonnie Owen - 59 votes - 36.20%

Vote Total: 163

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Richards ISD - Proposition A

This proposition would allow funding for making improvements to school buildings within the district, including athletic complexes.

  • For: 212 votes - 77.94% - Winner
  • Against: 60 votes - 22.06%

Vote Total: 272

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City of Iola - Proposition A

This proposition would reauthorize local sales tax in Iola to help generate funding for maintenance of the city's streets.

  • For: 11 - 84.62% - Winner
  • Against: 2 - 15.38%

Vote Total: 13

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City of Iola - Alderperson

Sierra Betancourt - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

Mark Hooper - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

Sammie Echols - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

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City of Navasota Place No. 4

Bert Miller - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

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City of Navasota Place No. 5 (Vote for one or none)

  • Grant E. Holt - 192 votes - 84.58% - Winner
  • Eustacio Ostigin - 35 votes - 15.42%

Vote Total: 227

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City of Plantersville - Mayor (Vote for one or none)

  • Karen Hale - 69 votes - 53.91% - Winner
  • Carolyn Kurten - 59 votes - 46.09%

Vote Total: 128

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City of Plantersville - Alderman (Vote for none, one or two)

  • John A. Greenwood - 28 votes - 13.53%
  • Kimberly "Kim" Allphin - 64 votes - 30.92%
  • Otis Greenwood Jr. - 59 votes - 28.50%
  • Sandra Kuta - 56 votes - 27.05%

Vote Total:207

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City of Bedias - Proposition A

This proposition would reauthorize local sales tax in Bedias to help generate funding for maintenance of the city's streets.

  • For: 21 votes - 95.45% - Winner
  • Against: 1 vote - 15.38%

Vote Total: 22

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City of Bedias - City Council Member

Robert Upchurch - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

Maurice Belizare - Declared winner due to running unopposed 

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Leon County

City of Buffalo - Mayor, At Large (Vote for none or one)

  • Chris Glick - 19 votes - 8%
  • Jerrod Jones - 221 votes - 92% - Winner

Vote Total: 240

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City of Buffalo - City Council, At Large (Vote for none, one or two)

  • Sam Couch Glick - 16 votes - 7%
  • Dianne Ryder - 168 votes - 70%
  • John R. Clements - 15 votes - 6%
  • Gerardo (Jerry) Salazar - 83 votes - 35%
  • Amanda Henson Harter - 76 votes - 32%
  • Tommy Reese - 85 votes - 35%

Vote Total:240

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City of Oakwood - Mayor, At Large (Vote for none or one)

  • Jacquelyn Morrow - 25 votes - 66% - Winner

Vote Total: 38

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City of Oakwood - City Council, At Large (Vote for none, one or two)

  • Andy Innes - 12 votes - 32%
  • Marty Bailey - 30 votes - 79%
  • Katie Johnson - 23 votes - 61%

Vote Total: 38

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Leon ISD - Trustee, Position 1 (Vote for none or one)

  • Mia Mullenax - 134 votes - 42%
  • Bryan Rohrer - 185 votes - 58% - Winner

Vote Total: 321

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Leon ISD - Trustee, Position 2 (Vote for none or one)

  • James Carlisle - 242 votes - 75% - Winner

Vote Total: 321

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Leon ISD - Trustee, Position 3 (Vote for none or one)

  • Collen Robertson - 237 votes - 74% - Winner

Vote Total: 321

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Oakwood ISD - Proposition A

This proposition would issue $3.8 million for school building improvements, including maintenance of the school district's football and track bleachers, locker rooms, concession and storage facilities. The money would also be used for an agriculture education facility.

  • For: 151 votes - 86% - Winner
  • Against: 23 votes - 13%

Vote Total: 175

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Madison County

City of Madisonville - Alderman (Vote for none, one, two or three candidates)

  • Chris McGilbra - 223 votes
  • Auburn Rose - 130 votes
  • Randy Walker - 134 votes
  • Brandon Hutsen - 99 votes
  • Melissa Hinojosa - 158 votes
  • Terri Brown Davis - 175 votes

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Madisonville ISD - School Board Position 1 (Vote for none or one)

  • Dennis McWhorter - 600 votes - Winner

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Madisonville ISD - School Board Position 2 (Vote for none or one)

  • Etta Spivey - 261 votes
  • Jason James Cleere - 515 votes - Winner

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Madisonville ISD - School Board Position 3 (Vote fore none or one)

  • Greg McBee - 621 votes - Winner

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Madisonville ISD - School Board Position 4 (Vote for none or one) 

  • Lance Byrd - 312 votes
  • Dale Hurst - 478 votes - Winner

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North Zulch ISD - Proposition A

This proposition would allow no more than $4.5 million for designing, constructing, renovating, improving, upgrading, updating acquiring and equipping school facilities within the district. It would also be funding for new school buses.

  • For: 132 votes - Winner
  • Against: 35

Vote Total: 167

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City of Midway - Alderman (Vote for none, one, two or three)

  • Matthew Faw: 16 votes
  • Gus Kangos: 26 votes
  • Rex Newkirk: 17 votes
  • John E. Whitmire: 30 votes

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Robertson County

Calvert ISD - Proposition A

This proposition would allow funding for making improvements to school buildings within the district, including athletic complexes. You can read the details behind that proposition here.

  • For: 381 votes - Winner
  • Against: 212 votes

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Hearne ISD - School Board Place 5

  • Jennifer Ann Taylor: 79 votes - Winner

Hearne ISD - School Board Place 6

  • James E. Crawford: 78 votes - Winner

Hearne ISD - School Board Place 7

  • Mary Jane Ramirez: 76 votes - Winner

Hearne ISD - Special Election Place 4 (unexpired Term)

  • Mark L. Hart: 28 votes
  • Donya Moore: 75 votes

Washington County

Brenham ISD - Trustee At Large, Position 5

  • Tommie Sullivan - 1103 votes - Winner
  • Michelle Walbeck - 808 votes

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Brenham ISD - Trustee at Large Position 6

  • Natalie Lacy Lange - 1601 votes - Winner

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Brenham ISD - Trustee at Large Position 7

  • Melvin Ehlert Jr. - 588 votes
  • Jared Krenek - 755 votes - Winner
  • Christine Giese - 579 votes

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City of Brenham - Place 1, Ward 1

  • Shannan Canales - 183 votes
  • W. Keith Herring - 148 votes

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City of Brenham - Place 5, At Large

  • Allan G. Colvin - 507 votes
  • Clint T. Kolby - 653 votes

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City of Brenham - Place 6, At Large

  • Albert Ernie Buchanan - 224 votes
  • Leah Cook - 982 votes - Winner

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City of Brenham - Place 3, Ward 3

  • Atwood C. Kenjura - 373 votes - Winner

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Pecan Glen Road District - Proposition

This proposition would provide $950,000 for improvements and acquisition for macadamized, graveled or paced roads and turnpikes.

  • For: 63 votes - Winner
  • Against: 1 vote