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Hopkins County Nov. 8, 2022 Election Results

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Results for Hopkins County in the Nov. 8, 2022 General Election ballots are listed below. All results are considered preliminary or unofficial until canvassed.

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Sulphur Springs ISD

Voters within Sulphur Springs ISD were asked to vote either for or against Proposition A, the issuance of $81,500,000 of bonds for facilities improvements and purchase of school buses, levying the an additional 1-cent to pay for it.

  • For — Early Voting: 2,541 (50.52%); Absentee Voting: 114 (46.34%); Election Day: 1,154 (47.41%); TOTAL: 3,809 (49.4%)
  • Against — Early Voting: 2,489 (49.48%); Absentee Voting: 132 (53.66%); Election Day: 1,280 (52.59%); TOTAL: 3,901 (50.6%)

Saltillo ISD

Saltillo ISD school board election for four four-year places on the school board:

  • Place 2 — Ryan Garmon, unopposed
  • Place 4 — Barry Brewer, unopposed
  • Place 6
    • Mason Littrell Early Voting, 89 (62.68%); Absentee Voting, 6 (50%); Election Day Voting, 149 (65.65%); TOTAL: 244 (64.04%)
    • Josh Redar — Early Voting, 53 (37.32%); Absentee Voting, 6 (50%); Election Day Voting, 78 (34.36%); TOTAL: 137 (35.96%)
  • Place 7
    • Jason Tully Early Voting, 92 (36.55%); Absentee, 8 (61.54%); Election Day, 145 (52.23%); TOTAL, 245 (62.66%)
    • Phillip Alcorn — Early Voting, 53 (38.46%); Absentee, 3 (38.46%); Election Day, 88 (37.77%); TOTAL: 146 (37.34%)

North Hopkins ISD

Voters in North Hopkins ISD were asked to choose up to three of the four candidates seeking one of the three full-term seats on the school board. Because the election is at-large, the three candidates receiving the most votes will be elected to the school board.

  • Unexpired Term
    • Robert E. McPherson — unopposed: 15 Absentee, 293 Early Voting; 272 Election Day; TOTAL: 580
  • Full Term Seats
    1. Charles C. Vaughn — Early Voting, 231 (35.43%); Absentee Voting, 10 (32.26%), Election Day 2221 (36.29%); Total: 462 (35.76%)
    2. Brian A. Lewis — Early Voting, 154 (23.62%); Absentee Voting, 8 (25.81%); Election Day, 155 (25.45%); TOTAL: 317 (24.54%)
    3. Sherry Smiddy Clair — Early Voting, 151 (23.16%); Absentee Voting, 11 (35.48%); Election Day, 111 (18.23%); TOTAL: 273 (21.13%)
    4. Michael S. James — Early Voting, 116 (17.79%); Absentee Voting, 2 (6.45%); Election Day, 122 (20.03%); TOTAL: 240 (18.58%)

Miller Grove ISD

Voters within MGISD are asked to cast ballots for up to three candidates for full term seats on MGISD Board of Trustees.

  • Brandon Darrow Early Voting, 184 (36.29%); Absentee, 6 (35.29%); Election Day, 199 (34.97%); TOTAL: 389 (35.59%)
  • Bret Garrett — Early Voting, 176 (34.71%); Absentee 7 (41.18%); Election Day, 194 (34.09%); TOTAL: 377 (34.49%)
  • Ray Sparks — Early Voting, 147 (28.99%); Absentee 4 (23.53%); Election Day 176 (30.93%); TOTAL: 327 (29.2%)

The MGISD seats are at-large, so the three candidates getting the most votes in the Nov. 8 election will be elected to a full term on the school board.

Unopposed Candidates

Among the certified unopposed incumbent candidates for county and precinct offices in Hopkins County, include the following Republicans:

  • County Judge — Robert Newsom
  • County Court At Law Judge — Clay Harrison
  • District Clerk — Cheryl Fulcher
  • County Clerk — Tracy Orr Smith
  • County Treasurer — Danny Davis
  • County Commissioner Precinct 2 — Greg Anglin
  • County Commissioner Precinct 4 — Joe Price
  • Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 — BJ Teer
  • Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 — Brad Cummings

Five people at the state level are also shown as “unopposed candidates declared elected-state.” Those unopposed state candidates on the Nov. ballot are the following Republicans:

  • Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Place 2 — Mary Lou Keel
  • State Senator, District No. 1 — Bryan Hughes
  • State Representative, District 2 — Bryan Slaton
  • 6th Court of Appeals District Chief Justice — Scott E. Stephens
  • 6th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 Justice — Charles Van Cleef

All five of the unopposed state candidates which have been “declared elected” for lack of an opponent on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot are also Republican candidates.

Author: Faith Huffman

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