Election Results: Early Voting

Hopkins County Early and Absentee Voting Election Results are listed below. Elections that include more than one district or county , or are state-wide will reflect only Hopkins County results, not final tallies.

City of Cumby Mayor

Cumby residents who cast early ballots were nearly 62 percent in favor of Horne.

  • Doug Simmerman — 8
  • Ryan Horne — 13

Cumby ISD Bond

In the early ballots, 60 percent of voters were in favor of the bond for school improvements and 40 percent voted against it.

  • For — 30 Hopkins County; 0 Hunt County
  • Against — 20 Hopkins County; 0 Hunt County

Lake Fork Special Utility District

District Change

  • For — 1
  • Against — 1

Director, 1 year term

  • Mickey Delamar –0
  • Quin H Martson Jr. — 1
  • Ken Stribley — 0

Director, 2 year term

  • Gary Watson — 0
  • Jerry McCord — 1

Director, 3 year term

  • Keith Gilbreath — 0
  • Robert Fisher — 1

North Hopkins ISD

Vicki Hillis Ferrell leads, with Sherry Smiddy and Justin Holland in second and third for the three at-large seats on the school board in early voting.

  • Charlie Vaughn — 31
  • O. Ellis Dicus — 20
  • Robert McPherson — 24
  • Justin Holland — 25
  • Sherry Smiddy — 28
  • Vicki Hillis Ferrell — 41
  • Andy Kendall — 8

Sulphur Springs Proposition A

More than 76 percent of absentee and early voters were in favor of the Proposition which would help fund improvements for Pacific Park and a new Senior Citizens Center.

  • For — 257
  • Against — 80

Constitutional Amendments

Proposition 1

  • For — 410
  • Against — 509

Proposition 2

  • For — 576
  • Against — 330

Proposition 3

  • For — 780
  • Against — 131

Proposition 4

  • For — 781
  • Against 138

Proposition 5

  • For — 844
  • Against — 81

Proposition 6

  • For — 560
  • Against — 341

Proposition 7

  • For — 678
  • Against — 229

Proposition 8

  • For — 661
  • Against — 248

Proposition 9

  • For — 519
  • Against — 370

Proposition 10

  • For — 856
  • Against — 54

Author: Faith Huffman

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