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Julian Finishes Ahead Of Bradley In Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election
Dec15

Julian Finishes Ahead Of Bradley In Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election

Jay W. Julian was reported Tuesday night to have finished 24 votes ahead of Mark Bradley in the Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election. Jay W. Julian According to the unofficial results of the Dec. 15 runoff, Julian receiving 122 votes and Bradley 98 votes. Only one vote separated the two candidates in early voting tallies, with Bradley receiving 45 to Julian’s 46 votes. Bradley receiving 38 absentee votes and...

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Early Voting in Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Continues
Dec09

Early Voting in Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Continues

Early voting in the Dec. 15 Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election between Mark Bradley and Jay W. Julian has been very low so far. After 4 1/2 days of early voting, only 45 of the city’s  9,695 registered voters had cast ballots by personal appearance. That’s an average of only about 10 votes being cast daily during the early voting period as of 2 p.m. Dec. 9, according to City Secretary/Election Official...

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Runoff Election Canvassed, Julian Administered Oath For Place 1 On City Council
Dec18

Runoff Election Canvassed, Julian Administered Oath For Place 1 On City Council

Jay W. Julian is officially the new Place 1 City Council member. Sulphur Springs City Council during a special meeting Thursday afternoon canvassed the Dec. 15 Runoff Election for Place 1. City Secretary/Election Office Gale Roberts reported eight additional ballots in the total presented Dec. 17 to the City Council. They were not enough to change the outcome of the election. Mail ballots that were properly date stamped came in after...

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Early Voting In Place 1 City Council Runoff Election Begins Dec. 3
Dec02

Early Voting In Place 1 City Council Runoff Election Begins Dec. 3

Early voting in the Place 1 Sulphur Springs City Council Runoff Election begins Thursday, Dec. 3. Mark Bradley and Jay W. Julian, candidates in the Dec. 15 Sulphur Springs City Council Runoff Election for Place 1 Sulphur Springs City Council, during a special meeting Nov. 17, called for a special runoff election on Dec. 15 for Place 1 on the City Council No candidate received 50 percent or more of overall votes for Place 1 in the Nov....

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Spraggins Wins Place 5, Runoff For Place 1 On Sulphur Springs City Council
Nov04

Spraggins Wins Place 5, Runoff For Place 1 On Sulphur Springs City Council

Lackey, Hardy Elected to Cumby City Council Two new aldermen were elected to Cumby City Council and one new council member to Sulphur Springs City Council in the Nov. 3 elections. Another seat on the Sulphur Springs council appears to be headed to a runoff. Cumby voters also approved Proposition A Tuesday. Amber Hardy, Sheryl Lackey, Doug Simmerman Cumby voters elected Sheryl Lackey to Alderman, Place 1, and Amber Hardy to Alderman,...

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Tuesday Is Election Day for Party Primary Runoffs In Texas
May24

Tuesday Is Election Day for Party Primary Runoffs In Texas

Tuesday, May 24, 2022, is Election Day for Party Primary Runoffs in Texas. Registered Hopkins County voters may cast ballots in either the Republican or Democratic runoff until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Voting has been consolidated to six centers. Registered Hopkins County voters may cast ballots at any of the following six consolidated voting locations: Lutheran Church (Front Foyer), 1000 Texas Street Sulphur Springs, TX 75482;H.W. Grays...

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Early Voting Ends Friday In Democratic, Republican Party Primary Runoffs Elections
May19

Early Voting Ends Friday In Democratic, Republican Party Primary Runoffs Elections

Friday will be the last day to cast an early ballot in person in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Runoffs, with Election Day following on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Hopkins County residents may still vote early by personal appearance from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday-Friday, May 16-20, in the Hopkins County Justice of the Peace 2 Courtroom, 128G Jefferson Street, Sulphur Springs in either the Democratic or Republican Primary...

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Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Began This Morning, Continues Through Friday
May16

Early Voting In Party Primary Runoff Elections Began This Morning, Continues Through Friday

Early voting in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Runoffs began this morning (May 16, 2022) and will continue through Friday, with Election Day following on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Early voting in the Republican and Democratic Party Primary Runoff Elections will be conducted in Hopkins County Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom at 128G Jefferson St. in Sulphur Springs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 16-20, 2022....

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Republican, Democratic Party Primary Election Results For March 1, 2022
Mar02

Republican, Democratic Party Primary Election Results For March 1, 2022

While some US and state races for party nominations were determined in the March 1 Primary Elections, others will require a runoff election in May to determine whose name will be on November ballots. The local candidates for county officers ran unopposed for their party’s nomination and face no challengers from the other party either. County Elections Below are the votes received for local county offices held by the candidates,...

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Candidate Filing Continues Through Feb. 18 In Municipal, School Elections
Feb09

Candidate Filing Continues Through Feb. 18 In Municipal, School Elections

Candidates have 7 1/2 days left to file for places on May 7 municipal and school election ballots. As of Tuesday afternoon, neither the Sulphur Springs and Yantis ISD School Board Elections nor the Sulphur Springs City Council Elections candidates had drawn challengers. Candidate filing continues through Feb. 18, 2022. SSISD logo Sulphur Springs ISD All three incumbents — Craig Roberts, Leesa Toliver, John Prickette — filed candidate...

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