Center for Politics

May 2017 Election Results

Race Candidate Votes Unofficial Winner (X)
DISTRICT 1 Shirley Fleming (incumbent) 324 X
Holly Teel 49
Kenny Wells 302
DISTRICT 2 Debbie Nash-King 660 X
Larry Smith 304
DISTRICT 3 Jim Kilpatrick (incumbent) 354 X
Patsy Bracey 304
Hal Butchart 293
Vantonio Fraley (write-in) 12
DISTRICT 4 Brockley Moore (incumbent) 153
Stanley Abrahams 26
Ralph Cossey Jr. 57
Steve Harris 170 X
Place 4 Marvin Rainwater (incumbent) 1891 X
Stephania Williams 1580
Place 5 Lan Carter 752
Gerald Dreher 430
Lonnie Farrow 360
Robert "Bob" Snyder 898
Carlyle Walton 977 X
MAYOR Spencer Smith (unopposed) 635
PLACE 3 Pat Christ 318 *
Jackeline Soriano Fountain 266 *
Laurie Williamson McElhiney 149
PLACE 4 John Reider (incumbent, unopposed) 605
PLACE 6 Sam Walker (incumbent) 985
PLACE 7 Ryan Shahan (incumbent) 697 X
Robert Goodart 396
MAYOR Misti Talbert 538
PLACE 1 Chris Harrison (incumbent) 327
Delana Keele Toups 355 X
PLACE 2 Robert McCauley (incumbent, unopposed) 520
PLACE 6 T J Monroe (incumbent) 329 X
Kevin Veazey 318

March 27: KDH Candidate Forum

April 24: Early voting begins

May 2: Last day of early voting

May 6: Election Day

May 16: Votes canvassed, swearing in

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Retired schoolteacher Greg L. Smith was sworn in to the Lampasas City Council’s Place 4 seat Monday after the council unanimously approved his appointment June 5.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — In a runoff election Saturday, voters in Harker Heights chose Jackeline Fountain, a political newcomer, to represent the Place 3 City Council position over Pat Christ, a former long-time city councilman.

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More than 300 Killeen residents used mail-in ballots for last Saturday’s City Council elections. Several of those voters were confused when they received a ballot in the mail that only had two or three names listed.

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LAMPASAS — Voters in Lampasas County elected Delana Keele Toups and T.J. Monroe to seats on the Lampasas City Council, and Ryan Shahan to a seat on the Lampasas school board Saturday. Voters in Lampasas County also approved an $18.75 million bond for a new county jail.

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Harker Heights voters elected a new mayor and re-elected an incumbent council member Saturday, but the race for a second council seat is headed for a runoff.

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Area voters will decide Saturday who will fill seats up for election in area city and school board races.

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Early voting in local races ends tonight, and more than 3,000 people have voted in the Killeen and Lampasas areas.

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Some Killeen Independent School District candidates say improvement in transparency would create better rapport among the district and residents.

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Some candidates used their political contributions to pay for T-shirts, and many used the funds to pay for advertisements and lawn signs. District 4 incumbent Brockley Moore strayed away from those more traditional expenditures.

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Early voting continued Thursday in city and school board elections in the Killeen area. Early voting totals recorded Thursday were: