• September 25, 2016

Results

LOCAL UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

LAMPASAS COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

RACE CANDIDATE VOTES % PRECINCTS COUNTED WINNER DECLARED (unofficial)
Lampasas Commissioner Precinct 1 James "Bobby" Evans 341 100%
Robert "Bobby" Carroll 537 100% X
Constable Precinct 2, No.3 Misty Maldonado 218 100%
John W Harris 232 100% X

CORYELL COUNTY REPUBLICAN UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

RACE CANDIDATE VOTES % PRECINCTS COUNTED WINNER DECLARED (unofficial)
Coryell County Sheriff Armando Paniagua 1,343 100
Ronald Dayton 166 100
Butch Ronne 1,858 100 X Runoff
James Kitchens 921 100
Scott A. Williams 1,605 100 X Runoff
Clayton Williams 1,396 100
Coryell Commissioner Pct. 1 John Derrick 338 100
Samuel Thorpe Jr. 286 100
Larry Riddle 318 100
W.B. Maples Jr. 467 100 X Runoff
Kyle Matthews 581 100 X Runoff
Coryell Commissioner Pct. 4 Marla Thompson 584 100 X Runoff
Ray Ashby 727 100 X Runoff
Wyllis Ament 462 100
Coryell Constable Pct. 3 Dewey Jones 1,662 100 X
Wiliam "Willie B." Bertelsen 560 100
Coryell Constable Pct. 4 Bo Mayberry 484 100 X Runoff
Roger Hammack 348 100
Lee Kelley 155 100
Teddy Brock 547 100 X Runoff
Precinct Chair 416 Earnest Remedies 93 100
Melissa Miller 189 100 X

BELL COUNTY REPUBLICAN UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

RACE CANDIDATE VOTES % PRECINCTS COUNTED WINNER DECLARED (unofficial)
Dist. Judge, 426th District Jeff Parker 11,875 100%
Fancy H. Jezek 14,189 100% X
Bell County Sheriff Fred Churchill 10,121 100%
Frank Hernandez 2,721 100%
Eddy Lange 12,811 100% X
Tax Assessor/Collector Wanita Reeder 9,441 100%
Shay Luedeke 15,821 100% X
Bell Commissioner Pct. 1 Michael D. Moon 1,318 100%
Richard Cortese 2,877 100% X Runoff
Lloyd Charping 627 100%
Russell T. Schneider 1,714 100% X Runoff
Bell Commissioner Pct. 3 Bill Schumann 5,304 100% X
Harry B. Macey, III 4,371 100%
Bell Constable Pct. 2 Roger Laird 1,120 100%
Rolly Correa 1,499 100% X

Election News

Blankenship on the trail for Texas House seat

Sandra Blankenship, the Democratic candidate for Texas House District 54, is knocking on doors and making phone calls to spread her message prior to the Nov. 8 election.

On eve of their convention, Democrats bedeviled anew by email

PHILADELPHIA — On the heels of a tumultuous Republican convention, Hillary Clinton arrives in Philadelphia eager to show off a forward-looking Democratic Party united behind her steady leadership. To do that, she must overcome lingering bitterness among supporters of defeated rival Bernie Sanders and clean up a resurgent political mess of the party’s own making. 

Cosper-Ruiz recount scheduled

After a close primary election in March and an even closer runoff election in May, a recount will be held Thursday to finalize the Republican nominee for the state District 54 House seat.

Officials to canvass votes today from May 24 primary election

The canvassing of the votes for the May 24 Republican primary runoff election is set for this morning at 9 in the building annex referred to as the “Tank” located behind the vehicle registration office at 550 E. Second Ave. in Belton. The canvassing of the votes is open to the public.

Officials to canvass votes Thursday from May 24 election

The canvassing of the votes for the May 24 Republican primary runoff election is set for Thursday morning at 9 a.m. in the building annex referred to as the “Tank” located behind the vehicle registration office at 550 E. Second Avenue in Belton. The canvassing of the votes is open to the public.

Official election totals show Cosper the Republican winner

At the Country Kitchen restaurant in Lampasas on Thursday, the Lampasas County Republican party cheered in celebration for winner Scott Cosper, after canvassing the votes from the May 24 election.

City of Killeen blocking public release of any Cosper records

The hotly contested race to be the Republican nominee for the Texas House District 54 representative’s seat is mostly over, for now, but one question looms over the unofficial victor, Scott Cosper: What, if anything, did the private investigator dig up?

Ruiz requesting recount at a cost of $10K

Scott Cosper, a former Killeen mayor, narrowly won the nomination for Texas’ House District 54 on Tuesday night, and opponent Austin Ruiz is requesting a recount.

Watchdogs say Texas dodged 'train wreck' on education board

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — When Texas takes up always-contentions revisions of science and social studies coursework in 2017, a former schoolteacher who believes dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark and Democrats killed John F. Kennedy won't have a vote.

Cosper wins 54 runoff; Ruiz to ask for recount

Former Killeen Mayor Scott Cosper narrowly defeated Austin Ruiz in the House District 54 GOP primary runoff Tuesday, but Ruiz will ask for a recount, Ruiz said late Tuesday.