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May 11, 2013

Election Results (8:49 p.m. FINAL)

LC-M CISD voters approve $56 Million bond election

LITTLE CYPRESS — It’s Election Day across Orange County and voters have headed to the polls to help shape local government and school districts for coming years. Plus, the LC-M Consolidated Independent School District will finally get new, updated facilities.

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD bond was approved by voters by a tally of 1,306 for and 954 against.



Below are results from the general election on Saturday, May 11.



CITY ELECTIONS

(*=Incumbent)



Orange - FINAL


Dist. 2 Cullin Smith*               224

Dist. 2 Tommy Ferguson        353

Dist. 4 Annette Pernell*    144

Dist. 4 Mary McKenna      148 FINAL

Pos. 5 Bill Mello* N/A



West Orange - FINAL

Mayor Roy McDonald*  77

(unopposed)

Mike Trahan*   71

Charles Winter*  48

Wayne Wiggins  28



Bridge City - FINAL

Place 1 Kevin Mott*   210

Place 1 Lucy Fields     191

Place 3 Robert Simonton, Jr.*   278

Place 3 Steve Quibodeaux         125

Place 5 Richard Savoy*       319

(unopposed)



Vidor  - FINAL

Mayor


Kenneth E. Crawford*  364

Trey Haney                   83

Ward 1 Carl LeBoeuf         350

(unopposed)

Ward 4 Justin Horsley             190

Ward 4 Michael Stephenson    224

Ward 6 Robert Viator Jr.     355

(unopposed)

SCHOOL ELECTIONS



WO-C CISD - FINAL


(Highest 3 votes win seats)

Harry Barclay*                                      248

Hardy O’Neal*                                      404

Ricky Jacobs*                                       260

Mary Ann Kirksey                                  407

Bryan “Chop” Thomas Muhammed          288



LC-M CISD - FINAL

$56 Million Bond Election

FOR          N/A     1,306

AGAINST  N/A      954

Trustee Election

Pos. 6 Rex Peveto*  1,813

(unopposed)

Pos. 7 Jason Woods*   1,247

Pos. 7 Blake Istre            809



Vidor ISD - FINAL

Pos. 3 David Camp      617

Pos. 3 Dennis Hill        179

Pos. 4 Mike Kilmer*    542

Pos. 4 Watson Franks  278

Pos. 5 Mike Marion       624

Pos. 5 Mike Williams     197

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