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Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results
Nov03

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...

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School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County
Nov02

School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County

Registered Hopkins County voters will have one more change to cast ballots at any one of the 12 county voting locations between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 3, 2020. At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple...

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On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections
Oct14

On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections

At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple candidates. Local elections include those for Sulphur Springs City Council, Cumby City Council, Miller Grove ISD Board of Trustees and North Hopkins ISD Board of...

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Candidates Focus on Education During Political Forum
Oct10

Candidates Focus on Education During Political Forum

Candidates present for Tuesday’s Hopkins-Rains Retire Teacher political forum included, l. to r., Bill Brannon, Democratic Candidate for House District 2, Dan Flynn, incumbent Republican House District 2, Kendall Scudder, Democratic Candidate Senate District 2, Andrew Greenberg, representing Senate District 2 incumbent Bob Hall,  and Mike Collier, Democratic challenger for Lt. Governor. Education and teacher retirement were the...

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Slaton Defeats Flynn In July 14 Republican Party Primary Runoff Election
Jul15

Slaton Defeats Flynn In July 14 Republican Party Primary Runoff Election

Bryan Slaton has defeated incumbent Dan Flynn for the Republican Party nomination for State Representative, District 2. He will challenge Democratic candidate Bill Brannon in the November General Election. Bryan Slaton, at the Hopkins County President’s Day forum Slaton received 61.07 percent (9,757 votes) of the vote to Flynn’s 38.93 percent (6,221 votes) out of the 45 polling locations across Hopkins, Hunt and Van Zandt...

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Election Day Is Tuesday, July 14, In Party Primary Runoffs
Jul12

Election Day Is Tuesday, July 14, In Party Primary Runoffs

Election Day is Tuesday, July 14, in Republican and Democratic Party Primary Runoff Elections. Already 1,525 of the 23,351 registered voters in Hopkins County took advantage of the early voting period to cast their choices in Democratic and Republican runoffs. Early Voting That’s 6.53 percent of registered voters in Hopkins County casting ballots during the early voting period either in person at the polling center or by mail-in...

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Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Wraps Up Friday, July 10
Jul09

Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Wraps Up Friday, July 10

Hopkins County voters have 1 more day to cast an early ballot in the Party Primary Runoff Elections. Early voting will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, July 10, in the Justice of the Peace 2 Courtroom at Hopkins County Courthouse Annex (Tax Office/JP Offices). As of the close of the voting center Thursday afternoon, a total of 1,012 of Hopkins County’s 23,351 registered voters had cast ballots in person, according to...

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536 In-Person Ballots Cast In Hopkins County During First 4 Days Of Early Voting In Primary Runoff Elections
Jul05

536 In-Person Ballots Cast In Hopkins County During First 4 Days Of Early Voting In Primary Runoff Elections

Less than 3 percent of the 23,351 registered voters in Hopkins County had cast ballots at the end of the first 4 days of early voting for the July 14 Party Primary Runoff Elections. Overall, 536 voters (2.3 percent) cast ballots in person during the first 4 days of early voting, shortened for the weekend in observance of Independence Day. The cumulative totals submitted to the Texas Secretary of State’s Office at the close of...

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121 Ballots Cast During 1st Day Of Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections
Jun30

121 Ballots Cast During 1st Day Of Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections

The first day of early voting in the Party Primary runoff elections concluded Monday with 121 total ballots casts in Hopkins County, 106 cast in the Republican Primary Runoff and 15 in the Democratic Primary Runoff. Governor Greg Abbott on March 20 issued a proclamation postponing runoff elections across the state from May until July due to COVID-19 pandemic. Early voting in the party primary runoff elections will continue from 8 a.m....

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Runoff Expected Between Flynn, Slaton For District 2 State Representative
Mar04

Runoff Expected Between Flynn, Slaton For District 2 State Representative

The Republican Texas Representative, District 2, election appears to be headed to a May runoff. Although incumbent Dan Flynn finished 9.24 percent ahead of Slaton and 14.18 percent head of Dwayne “Doc” Collins, none of the candidates received over 50 percent of the overall votes, according to the unofficial counts posted by the Secretary of State’s office. Dan FlynnBryan Slaton Overall, Flynn received 14,044 votes or...

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