Final AISD Results; ACC Almost Complete

Sosa, Schneider, Moya win; other races headed for runoffs

Final AISD Results; ACC Almost Complete

Winners: Lori Moya and Robert Schneider in AISD, Lupe Sosa in ACC.

Run-offs: Vic Villarreal will face David Reiter in ACC Place 5, Julie Cowan and Tamala Barksdale will square off in AISD Position 9.

All Travis County precincts have reports, but Williamson results for ACC are still out: Results below, including Lake Travis, Del Valle and Eanes ISDs.

Winners indicated in bold, run-off candidates in italics:

Austin Community College Board of Trustees

PLACE 4
Jeffrey K. Richard – 8,710 – 100%

PLACE 5
Vic Villarreal – 4,129 – 39%
Davis Jones – 1,804 – 17%
David S. Reiter – 2,656 – 25%
Fred L. McGhee – 1,976 – 19%

PLACE 6
Michael Perrine – 1,915 – 18%
Raymond Hartfield – 2,886 – 27%
Guadalupe (Lupe) Sosa – 5,888 – 55%

Austin ISD Board of Trustees

DISTRICT 1
Cheryl Bradley – 448 – 100%

DISTRICT 4
Vincent Torres – 1,680 – 100%

DISTRICT 6
Glen P. Mayes II – 325 – 24%
Lori Moya – 1,048 – 76%

DISTRICT 7
Warren Faulkner – 1,043 – 47%
Robert Ray Schneider – 1,174 – 53%

AT-LARGE POSITION 9
Cassandra Enoch Brown – 437 – 5%
Dianne T. Mendoza – 1,040 – 12%
Julie Cowan – 3,301 – 37%
Tamala Barksdale – 3,631 – 41%
Mike Reed – 547 – 6%

Del Valle ISD

DISTRICT 9
David Mellenbruch – 76 – 52%
Gina Wagner – 71 – 48%

Eanes ISD

PLACE 6
Colleen Jones – 1,984 – 58%
Mike Monnig – 1,443 – 41%

PLACE 7
Sharman Reed – 1,572 – 47%
James Kallison – 1,794 – 53%

Lake Travis ISD

PLACE 3
Hamil Cooper – 560 – 34%
Alex Alexander – 1,083 – 66%

PLACE 4
David Lovelace– 438 – 26%
Jason Buddin – 1,217 – 74%

PLACE 5
Alan Williams – 1,434 – 100%

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