May 10 Election Results - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

May 10 Election Results

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Here are voting results for the May 10 Lubbock County election with 39 of 39 voting centers reporting. Totals include early voting.

Lubbock Council Member, District 1, Vote For 1
Victor Hernandez 50.59%
Lana Bear Moore 11.76%
Frank Gutierrez 37.65%

Lubbock Council Member, District 3, Vote For 1
Maurice Stanley 28.12%
Deanne Clark 38.56%
Jeff Griffith 33.31%

Lubbock Council Member, District 5, Vote For 1
Brian Carr 37.22%
Karen Gibson 62.78%

FISD Bond Proposition, Vote For 1
For 60.87%
Against 39.13%

LCISD Bond Proposition, Vote For 1
For 61.46%
Against 38.54%


Lamesa City Council District 6 (Final)
Chance Britt 54%
Nora Ortiz-Juarez 13.2%
Mark Boardman 32.8%

Tahoka Hospital Bond Election (Final)
For: 293
Against: 373

Tahoka School Board (Final)
Michael Duncan: 196
Manuel Deleon: 168
Michael Rivas: 138

City of Tahoka (Final)
Johnny Rosas: 28
Michael Walker: 9

City of Amherst (Final)
Joe A. Miller - Mayor (70 votes)
Clinton Sawyer - Commissioner (116 votes)
Dwayne Montgomery - Commissioner (53 votes)

Levelland District A (Final)
Mendez Jr. 52%
Davidson 49%

Plainview City Council, District 3 (2 of 16 reporting)
Norma Galvan Juarez 65.22%
David Garcia 34.78%

Plainview City Council, District 4 (2 of 16 reporting)
Teressa King 73.03%
Virginio "V.O." Ortega 26.97%

Sands ISD School Board (Final)
Martin Nichols: 97
Robin Barraza: 89
Dustin Gaskins: 45

Sands ISD Bond Proposal  (Final)
For: 114
Against: 20

Hale Center City Council (2 seats)
Karen Boyce (incumbent): 106
Christine Reyna (incumbent): 104
Ruben Castillo: 28
Linda Cherry-Roberts: 15

Hale Center ISD School Board (2 seats)
Jack Needham (incumbent): 155
Steven Espinosa: 62
Robert "Happy" Brake: 59

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