*Pending results will be updated as soon as possible.

Andrews ISD, Board of Trustees: (Results still pending)

Mindy Wiggins

Joe Barnes

Xavier Emiliano


Andrews City Council: (results still pending)

Jessica Schiefelbein

Chris Helbig

Keith Livingston

Jane Gomez

Randy Shaffer

Charlie Griffin

Christopher Netopski


Alpine City Council: (Final)

Ward 1:

Judy Stokes 128/72

Maria Curry 49/28%

Ward 5:

Tracy Cash 34/34%

Jerry Johnson 67/66%


Alpine ISD, Board of Trustees: (Final)

District 3:

Monty Kimball 34/34%

Nikki Ahrens 67/66%

District 4:

Jimmy Morris 52/84%

Rachel R. Carvajal 10/16%


City of Fort Stockton, Mayor: (Final)

Chris Alexander 528/57%

MaryAnn White 405/43%


Fort Stockton City Council:

Paul Casias 505/31%

Mike Stallard 210/13%

Ruben Bernal 445/27%

Ruben Falcon 488/30%


City of Monahans, Mayor: (Final)

David Cutbirth-423/49%

Adam Steen-447/51%


Ector County ISD, Board of Trustees: (Final)

Position 4:

Jesse Christesson 76/33%

Christopher John Stanley 152/67%


Ector County Hospital District: (Final)

District 7:

Ben Casey Quiroz 105/29%

Kathy Rhodes 251/71%


Big Spring City Council: (Final)

Seat 2:

Diane Yanez 83/74%

Willie Rangel Jr. 29/26%

Seat 3:

David A. Scott 60/39%

Gloria Byrd McDonald 92/61%


Town of Pecos City, City Council: (results still pending)

Seat 2:

Venetta Seals

Veronica Baca

Seat 3:

Randy Graham

Genaro Luis Tellez Jr. 



Town of Pecos City, Propositions: (results still pending)

Proposition 1: The authorization to issue and manage bonds in accordance with law, in one or more series, and impose takes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the debt obligations in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $18 million for the purpose of constructing these projects: new traffic signals, Washington and Ross improvements, Lincoln Street improvements,  East Side improvements (Phase 1).

For

Against

Proposition 2: The authorization to issue and manage bonds in accordance with law, in one or more series, and impose takes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the debt obligations in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $19 million for the purpose of constructing these projects: Plumb Street improvements, Country Club realignment and improvements, Veterans Boulevard improvements, Meadowbrook Subdivision (Phase 2).

For

Against

Proposition 3: The authorization to issue and manage bonds in accordance with law, in one or more series, and impose takes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the debt obligations in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $18 million for the purpose of constructing these projects: Texas Street roadway improvements, Stafford Street roadway improvements, 6th Street roadway extension, downtown reconstruction and improvements (Phase 1).

For

Against

Proposition 4: The authorization to issue and manage bonds in accordance with law, in one or more series, and impose takes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the debt obligations in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $10 million for the purpose of construction these projects: Maxey Park improvements, Bessie Haynes Park improvements, new park construction.

For

Against


Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD, Board of Trustees: (results still pending)

Imelda Chavez

Michael Juarez

Sam Contreras


Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD, Propositions: (results still pending)

Proposition A: The issuance of $177,760,000 of bonds by the district for school facilities, buses, and vehicles, and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest. This is a property tax increase.

For

Against

Proposition B: The issuance of $800,000 of bonds by the district for technology and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest. This is a property tax increase.

For

Against


Rankin City Council: (results still pending)

Vonda Garner

Dean Titsworth

Murry Brooks

Dianna Pina


Stanton ISD, Board of Trustees (Final)

Place 6:

Susie Dominguez 46/43%

Tiffany Carson 62/57%


Wink-Loving ISD, Propositions: (Final)

Proposition A: The issuance of district bonds not to exceed $18,125,000 for the purpose of designing, constructing, renovating, improving, upgrading, updating, acquiring, and equipping school facilities. The purchase of the necessary sites for school facilities, and the purchase of new school buses. This is a property tax increase. 

For 138/84%

Against 26/16%

Proposition B: The issuance of district school bonds not to exceed $21,875,000 for the purposes of designing, constructing, renovating, improving, upgrading, updating, acquiring, and equipping athletic facilities. This is a property tax increase. 

For 139/91%

Against 13/9%


Presidio, Mayor: (Final)

John Ferguson 333/66%

John Razo 173/34%


Presidio City Council: (Final)

Patricia Runyan 78/16%

Abel Hernandez 412/84%