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Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results

Below are the unofficial final results of the Nov. 3 elections conducted in Hopkins County. Early voting results reflect Hopkins County totals only and include the total of absentee and early voting.

Sulphur Springs City Council

Place 1

  • Jay W. Julian – 1,764 votes (45.97 percent) early voting (EV) and 179 Election Day; total: 1943 total votes (43.67 percent)
  • Mark Bradley – 933 votes (24.32 percent) EV and 162 Election Day; total 1,095 (24.61 percent)
  • Vanessa Diosdado – 821 (21.4 percent) EV and 191 Election Day; total: 1,012 (22.75 percent)
  • Justin M. Brown – 319 (8.31 percent) EV and 80 Election Day; total: 399 (8.97 percent)

Because no candidate received 50 percent, a runoff will be needed for the top 2 candidates, Jay W. Julian and Mark Badley.

Place 2

  • Harold Nash Sr. – 3,653 votes EV and 589 Election Day; total: 4,242

Place 3

  • Oscar Aguilar – 3,838 votes EV and 569 Election Day; total: 4,437

Place 5

  • Ricardo Chavarria – 1,070 votes (27.56 percent) EV and 224 Election Day; total: 1,294 (28.76 percent)
  • Gary Spraggins – 2,813 votes (72.44 percent) EV and 392 Election Day; total: 3,206 (71.24 percent)

Cumby City Council

Mayor

  • Doug Simmerman – 99 votes EV and 115 Election Day; total: 214

Alderman Place 1

  • Sheryl Lackey – 58 votes (51.33 percent) EV and 66 Election Day; total: 115 (52.54 percent)
  • Wayne Mobley – 55 votes (48.67 percent) EV and 57 Election Day; total 112 (47.46 percent)

Alderman Place 2

  • Amber Hardy – 76 votes (71.03 percent) EV and 57 Election Day; total: 133 (60.45 percdent)
  • Audri Mayo – 31 votes (28.97 percent) EV and 56 Election Day; total: 87

Proposition A

  • For – 87 (69.6 percent) EV and 96 Election Day; total: 183 (70.38 percent)
  • Against – 38 (30.4 percent) EV and 39 Election Day; total: 77 (20.62 percent)

MILLER GROVE ISD

Election for 4 places on Miller Grove ISD Board of Trustees:

  • Clark L. May – 236 votes (22.16 percent) EV and 101 Election Day; total: 337 (21.88 percent)
  • Lee Roy Stracener – 204 votes (19.15 percent) EV and 79 Election Day; total: 283 (18.38 percent)
  • Mike Hasten – 203 votes (19.06 percent) EV and 91 Election Day; total: 294 (19.09 percent)
  • Cole W. Middleton – 244 (22.91 percent) EV and 112 Election Day; total: 356 (23.12 percent)
  • Ryan Claxton – 178 votes (16.71 percent) EV and 92 Election Day; total: 270 (17.53 percent)

North Hopkins ISD

Election for up to 2 places on North Hopkins ISD Board of Trustees:

  • Jackie F. Boles, Jr. – 357 votes (38.64 percent) EV and 100 on Election Day; total: 457 (37.68 percent)
  • David P. James – 273 votes (29.55 percent) EV and 88 Election Day; total: 361 (29.76 percent)
  • Brian Lewis – 294 votes (31.82 percent) EV and 101 Election Day; total: 395 (32.56 percent)

Yantis ISD

Election for 2 Places on Yantis ISD Board of Trustees (Hopkins and Wood County combined total):

  • Jennifer Larkin – 818
  • Teresa Starrett – 416
  • Jennifer McKeever – 681
  • Melissa Stephens – 605

Local District & County Elections

  • 8th Judicial District Judge Eddie Northcutt – 11,151 votes EV and 2,605 Election Day; total: 13,756
  • 62nd Judicial District Judge Will Biard – 10,809 votes (EV) and 2,545 Election Day; total: 13,354
  • 8th Judicial District Attorney Will Ramsay – 10,941 votes (EV) and 2,561 Election Day; total: 13,502
  • Hopkins County Attorney Dustanna “Dusty” Hyde Rabe – 10,988 votes EV and 2,547 Election Day; total: 13,535
  • Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum – 11,059 votes EV and 2,554 Election Day; total 13,613
  • Hopkins County Tax Assessor-Collector Debbie Pogue Mitchell – 11,113 votes EV and 2,577 Election Day; total: 13,690
  • Hopkins County Precinct 1 Commissioner Mickey Barker – 3,320 votes EV and 628 Election Day; total: 3,948
  • Hopkins County Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley – 2,499 votes EV and 625 Election Day; total, 3,124
  • Hopkins County Precinct 1 Constable Norman Colyer – 5,619 votes EV and 1,136 Election Day; total, 6755
  • Hopkins County Precinct 2 Constable John Brian Beadle – 5,288 votes EV and 1,412 Election Day; total: 6,700

State, National Elections

President/Vice-President

  • Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence, Republican – 10,311 votes (79.53 percent) EV and 2,402 Election Day; total 12,713 (79.8 percent)
  • Joseph R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris, Democratic – 2,526 votes (19.48 percent) EV and 517 Election Day; total: 3,043 (19.1 percent)
  • Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy “Spike” Cohen, Libertarian – 99 votes (0.76 percent) EV and 44 Election Day; total: 143 (0.9 percent)
  • Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker, Green – 2 votes (0.02 percent) EV and 4 Election Day; total 31 (0.19 percent)
  • Brian Carroll, (W) – 2 EV and 0 Election Day; total 2 (0.01 percent)

U. S. Senator

  • John Cornyn, Republican – 10,171 votes (79.92 percent) EV and 2,319 Election Day; total: 12,490 (79.87 percent)
  • Mary “MJ” Hegar, Democratic – 2,349 votes (19.43 percent) EV and 482 Election Day; total: 2,831 (18.1 percent)
  • Kerry Douglas McKennon, Libertarian – 166 votes (1.30 percent) EV and 70 Election Day; total: 236 (1.51 percent)
  • David B. Collins, Green – 57 (0.45 percent) EV and 24 Election Day; total: 81 (0.52 percent)

U. S. Representative District 4

  • Pat Fallon, Republican – 10,007 votes (80 percent) EV and 2,309 Election Day; total: 12,316 (80.12 percent)
  • Russell Foster, Democratic – 2,295 votes (18.34 percent) EV and 471 Election Day; total: 2,766 (17.99 percent)
  • Lou Antonelli, Libertarian – 203 votes (1.52 percent) EV and 81 Election Day; total: 284 (1.85 percent)
  • Tracy Jones, (W) – 4 votes (0.03 percent) EV and 1 Election Day; total: 5 (0.03 percent)

Railroad Commissioner

  • James “Jim” Wright, Republican – 10,081 votes (80 percent) EV and 2,308 Election Day; total: 12,389 (80.06 percent)
  • Chrysta Castañeda, Democratic – 2,270 votes (18.81 percent) EV and 477 Election Day; total: 2,747 (17.75 percent)
  • Matt Sterett, Libertarian – 187 votes (1.48 percent) EV and 67 Election Day; total: 254 (1.64 percent)
  • Katija “Kat” Gruene, Green – 64 votes (0.51 percent) EV and 21 Election Day; total: 85 (0.55 percent)

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

  • Nathan Hecht, Republican – 10,020 votes (79.73 percent) EV and 2,278 Election Day; total: 12,298 (79.72 percent)
  • Amy Clark Meachum, Democratic – 2,364 votes (18.81 percent) EV and 499 Election Day; total: 2,863 (18.56 percent)
  • Mark Ash, Libertarian – 183 votes (1.46 percent) EV and 83 Election Day; total: 266 (1.72 percent)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 – Unexpired Term

  • Jane Bland, Republican – 10,222 votes (81.44 percent) EV and 2,362 Election Day; total: 12,584 (81.71 percent)
  • Kathy Cheng, Democratic – 2,330 votes (18.56 percent) EV and 487 Election Day; total: 2,817 (18.29 percent)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

  • Jeff Boyd, Republican – 10,018 votes (79.97 percent) EV and 2,291 Election Day; total: 12,309 (80.01 percent)
  • Staci Williams, Democratic – 2,337 votes (18.66 percent) EV and 490 Election Day; total: 2,827 (18.38 percent)
  • William Bryan Strange III, Libertarian – 172 votes (1.37 percent) EV and 76 Election Day; total: 248 (1.61 percent)

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

  • Brett Busby, Republican – 10,037 votes (80.28 percent) EV and 2,297 Election Day; total: 12,334 (80.38 percent)
  • Gisela D. Triana, Democratic – 2,265 votes (18.12 percent) EV and 470 Election Day; total: 2,735 (17.82 percent)
  • Tom Oxford, Libertarian – 201 votes (1.161 percent) EV and 74 Election Day; total: 275 (1.79 percent)

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 3

  • Bert Richardson, Republican – 10,048 votes (80.76 percent) EV and 2,324 Election Day; total: 12,372 (80.93 percent)
  • Elizabeth Davis Frizell, Democratic – 2,394 votes (19.24 percent) EV and 521 Election Day; total: 2,915 (19.07 percent)

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 4

  • Kevin Patrick Yeary, Republican – 10,092 votes (81.11 percent) EV and 2,336 Election Day; total: 12,428 (81.36 percent)
  • Tina Clinton, Democratic – 2,350 votes (18.89 percent) EV and 497 Election Day; total: 2,847 (18.64 percent)

Judge, Court Of Criminal Appeals Place 9

  • David Newell, Republican – 10,074 votes (81.21 percent) EV and 2,323 Election Day; total: 12,397 (81.39 percent)
  • Brandon Birmingham, Democratic – 2,331 votes (18.79 percent) EV and 504 Election Day; total: 2,835 (18.61 percent)

Member, State Board Of Education, District 9

  • Keven M. Ellis, Republican – 10,013 votes (80.42 percent) EV and 2,295 Election Day; total: 12,308 (80.53 percent)
  • Brenda Davis, Democratic – 2,438 votes (2,438 percent) EV and 537 Election Day; total: 2,975 (19.47 percent)

State Representative District 2

  • Bryan Slaton, Republican – 9,985 votes (80.01 percent) EV and 2,329 Election Day; total: 12,314 (80.32 percent)
  • Bill Brannon, Democratic – 2,494 votes (19.99 percent) EV and 523 Election Day; total: 3,017 (19.68 percent)

Justice, 6th Court Of Appeals District, Place 3

  • Ralph K. Burgess, Republican – 10,831 EV and 2,556 Election Day

Author: Faith Huffman

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