Travis County Election Early Voting Results

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Travis County Election Early Voting Results

At 7pm, the Elections Division of the Travis County Clerk's Office issued the early voting numbers for the general and special elections. Results after the jump.

City of Austin

Mayor
Mary Catherine Krenek     3,355     3.58%
Todd Phelps     8,404   8.97%
Ronald Culver     641     0.68%
Mike Martinez     27,756     29.62%
Randall Stephens     1,665     1.78%
Sheryl Cole     13,808     14.73%
David Orshalick     1,981     2.11%
Steve Adler     36,107     38.53%

City Council District 1
George Hindman     506     7.04%
Sam Osemene     214     2.98%
Christopher Hutchins     181     2.52%
DeWayne Lofton     1,054     14.67%
Valerie Menard     550     7.65%
Norman A. Jacobson     71     0.99%
Michael Cargill     329     4.58%
Ora Houston     3,851     53.58%
Andrew Bucknall     431     6.00%

City Council District 2
Edward “Wally” Reyes     670     14.83%
John C. Sheppard     474     10.49%
Delia Garza     3,000     66.42%
Mike Owen     373     8.26%

City Council District 3
Ricardo Turollois-Bonilla     96     1.76%
Kent Phillips     275     5.05%
Christopher Hoerster     78     1.43%
Shaun Ireland     326     5.99%
Mario Cantu     490     9.00%
Jose Quintero, Sr.     122     2.24%
Fred L. McGhee     256     4.70%
Jose Valera     887     16.30%
Eric J. Rangel     376     6.91%
Susana R. Almanza     1,134     20.84%
Sabino “Pio” Renteria     1,122     20.62%
Julian Limon Fernandez     280     5.15%

City Council District 4
Roberto Perez, Jr.     191     4.18%
Louis C. Herrin, III     100     2.19%
Sharon E. Mays     389     8.50%
Monica A. Guzman     254     5.55%
Marco Mancillas     34     .74%
Gregoro “Greg” Casar     1,777     38.85%
Katrina Daniel     759     16.81%
Laura Pressley     1,060     23.17%

City Council District 5
Jason Denny     529     4.28%
Dave Floyd     548     4.43%
Mike Rodriguez     2,818     22.80%
Ann Kitchen     6,654     53.83%
CarolAnneRose Kennedy     455     3.68%
Dave Senecal     283     2.29%
Dan Buda     1,075     8.70%

City Council District 6
James “Jimmy” Flannigan     1,249     26.15%
Lloyd “Pete” Phillips     178     3.73%
Don Zimmerman     1,280     26.80%
Jay Wiley     1,128     23.62%
Matt Stillwell     582     12.19%
Mackenzie Kelly     359     7.52%

City Council District 7
J.E. “Jeb” Boyt     1,804     17.32%
Zack Ingraham     293     2.81%
Melissa Zone     1,505     14.45%
Ed English     1,483     14.24%
Darryl R. Wittle     222     2.13%
Jimmy Paver     1,262     12.12%
Leslie Pool     3,251     31.22%
Pete A. Salazar, Jr.     593     5.69%

City Council District 8
Ellen Troxclair     3,428     26.55%
Ed Scruggs     3,185     24.67%
Becky Bray     2,445     18.94%
Darrell Pierce     2,245     17.39%
Eliza May     1,609     12.46%

City Council District 9
Erin McGann     1,149     10.30%
Kathie Tovo     5,550     49.76%
Chris Riley     4,454     39.94%

City Council District 10
Matt Lamon     503     3.05%
Bill Worsham     1,484     9.00%
Tina Cannon     621     3.77%
Margie Burciaga     715     4.33%
Robert Thomas     3,331     20.20%
Sheri Gallo     3,615     21.92%
Mandy Dealey     5,233     31.73%
Jason Meeker     992     6.01%

Urban Rail Bond
Yes     41,708     42.21%
No     47,108     57.79%

Austin Community College

ACC Prop. 1 Bond
Yes     63,325     57.36%
No     47,006     42.64%

ACC Prop. 2 Bond
Yes     62,163     56.97%
No     46,957     43.03%

ACC Tax Rate Prop
Yes     54,189     50.16%
No     53,837     49.84%

ACC Trustee, Place 1
Mark J. Williams     35,833     54.76%
Tim Mahoney     29,602     45.24%

ACC Trustee, Place 2
Jade Chang Sheppard     17,908     28.35%
Gigi Edwards Bryant     20,483     32.4%
Bob Allen     11,104     17.58%
Jonathan Mathers     5,014     7.94%
Michael J. Lewis     6,522     10.32%
Robb J. Misso     2,147     3.40%

ACC Trustee, Place 3
Nan McRaven (unopposed)

AISD Board

At Large Position 9
Andy M. Trimino     4,244     7.74%
Hillary Procknow     12,955     23.63%
Kendall Pace     22,709     41.43%
Nael Chavez     8,203     14.97%
Kazique J. Prince     6,702     12.23%

District 1
P. Kevin Bryant     1,086     18.20%
Stanton Strickland     1,066     17.86%
Edmund T. Gordon     2,122     35.56%
David “D” Thompson     1,694     28.38%

District 4
Karen Zern Flanagan     3,112     2.16%
Julie Cowan     10,934     7.84%

District 6
Paul Saldaña     3,214     36.14%
Kate Mason-Murphy     3,056     34.37%
Monica Sanchez     2,622     29.49%

District 7
Robert Schneider     6,014     53.89%
Yasmin Wagner     5,145     46.11%

Travis County

County Judge
Mike McNamara (R)     46,779     33.39%
Sarah Eckhardt (D)     88,149    62.93%
Richard Perkins (L)     5,157     3.68%

Commissioner, Pct. 2
Raymond Frank (R)     12,923     32.48%
Brigid Shea (D)     24,840     62.42%
Steven Haskett (L)     2,029     5.10%

Commissioner, Pct. 4
Margaret J. Gomez (D)     18,590     84.95%
Joseph Morse (L)     3,293     15.05%

County Clerk
Dana DeBeauvoir (D)     97,265     79.84%
Michael M. Holt (L)     21,363     17.54%
William E. Stout, Jr. (G)     3,191     2.62%

County Treasurer
Dolores Ortega Carter (D)     94,516    79.20%
Mike Burris (L)     24,823     20.80%

District Clerk
Velva L. Price (D)     92,572     79.43%
Kevin Pick (L)     23,978     20.57%

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 2
Glenn Bass (R)     17,491     44.44%
Randall Slagie (D)     20,263     51.49%
Daniel Martin Ruble (L)     1,601     4.07%

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 3
Susan Steeg (D)     29,151     76.06%
Nathan Kleffman (L)     9,176     23.94%

Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4
Raul Arturo Gonzalez (D)     10,646     86.97%
Zach Warren (L)     1,595     13.03%

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