Early voting begins Monday in May 10 election

April 26, 2014 at 6:01 p.m.
Updated April 25, 2014 at 11:26 p.m.

Early voting begins Monday for the May 10 city and school elections.

Elections for many entities were canceled because the candidates were unopposed.

Two entities - Hallettsville and Moulton school districts - have special elections.

Hallettsville is proposing an $11,630,000 bond to establish new facilities at the elementary and junior high school campuses.

Moulton school district is seeking permission from the voters to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenues. The election deals with the district's wealth as a Chapter 41 district under the Robin Hood plan.

Early voting ends May 6.

In Victoria County, early voting for the three water districts will be in their respective offices. Only voters who are registered to vote in the water districts are eligible to vote in this election, according to a news release from Victoria County Election Administrator George Matthews.

Vote centers will not be used for the May 10 election, he said.

To find out where to vote, contact the city hall or the school district in your city.

Victoria County

Victoria school board - Election canceled. District 5, Tami Keeling, and District 3, L.J. "Lou" Svetlik, were declared elected. They will be sworn in May 15.

Victoria College - Election canceled. District 3, V. Bland Proctor; District 5, John A. Villafranca; and District 7, Ronald Walker, were declared elected. They will be sworn in May 19.

Water Control and Improvement District No. 1, Bloomington - Three to be elected. Michael Baladez, Lucy Salinas Morales, Nicole Eneil Castro Licerio, Ruben Gonzales, Noemi Trancoso and Troy Brooks.

Water Control and Improvement District No. 2, Placedo - Three to be elected. Maria Zapata, Leon Gonzales, J.W. Johnson, Lorenzo Garza, Brian Nagle and Calvin Davis.

Quail Creek Municipal Utility District, Victoria - Three to be elected. Homer Ortiz, Alvin Dlouhy, Rodgers Weppler and Ron Kramer.

The city of Victoria does not have an election every third year, according to the city charter.

Calhoun County

Port Lavaca City Council - Council, District 1, Floyd Felder, Jerry Smith. Election canceled: Mayor, Jack Whitlow; Council, District 3, Lee Rivera were declared elected.

Seadrift City Council - Election canceled: Mayor, Elmer DeForest; Council, At-large, Ranier Brigham, Peggy Gaines, declared elected.

Point Comfort City Council - Election canceled: Mayor, Pam Lambden; Council, At-large, George Hernandez, Stephen Lambden, declared elected.

Calhoun County School Board - Election canceled: District 1, Jesse Briseno; District 2, Joe Ortiz; District 6, Janie Delgado, declared elected.

DeWitt County

Yoakum Hospital District - Election canceled: At-large, Linda Schmidt, Marlin Kuenstler, declared elected.

Cuero Hospital District - Election canceled. Cindy Sheppard declared elected.

Cuero School Board - Trustee District 4, Pat Koranek, incumbent; Courtney Toller Moore. Election canceled: Trustee District 3, Beverly "Blanch" Kuecker, declared elected.

Yoakum School Board - Election canceled: Gary Colman, Darlene Renken and John Braden declared elected.

Cuero City Council - Cuero Mayor - Sara Post Meyer, Russell L. Williams; District 2, David Ruiz, Doyle Cruz, the Rev. Terry Wayne Glover, Election canceled for District 3: Brad Hedrick declared elected.

Yoakum City Council - Election canceled for Place 4: Elorine Sitka declared elected. Place 5, Rodney Jahn, David Aselin.

Yorktown City Council - Election canceled. At-large, Larry Miller, Ruben Garcia declared elected.

Yorktown School Board - At-large, four to be elected, Keary J. Perez, Nelda A. Sertuche, Ray Simecek, Mark Weischwill, Danette Respondek, Wade Billings, Randy Franke, Carole Mueller.

Nordheim School Board - At-large, two to be elected, Kay C. Klaevemann, Rebecca Vasquez Garcia, Shannon Wunderlich, Glenn Mueller.

Goliad County

Goliad City Council - Mayor, Ed Carter, Anna Lopez Machacek; Council, At-large, two to be elected, Alfred Perez, Julia Gracia, Joey Thompson, Cheryl Worley.

Goliad School Board - Election canceled: District 1, Carlos Gutierrez; District 2, Robert De La Garza; District 4, Destry Gruetzmacher declared elected.

Jackson County

Edna City Council - Election canceled: District 3, Maxine H. Price; District 5, Johnny Vasquez, declared elected. District 4, Jean Anne Sorensen, Tommy Srp.

Ganado City Council - Mayor, Clinton Tegeler; At-large, Mike Konarik, Ventura Gobellan Jr.

Edna School Board - Election canceled: District 7, Donnie Mac Long; District 5, Alfred Rosa, declared elected.

Ganado School Board - Election canceled: Place 3, Michael Luera; Place 4, Jamie Bures declared elected.

Industrial School Board - Election canceled: At-large, Chad Williams, James Baker, declared elected.

Lavaca County

Hallettsville City Council - Election canceled: Place 1, Elmo Grant; Place 3, Alice Jo Summers; Place 4, Stephen Hunter, declared elected.

Hallettsville School Board - Election canceled: Place 6, Robert Lundy; Place 7, Cindy Caraway, declared elected.

Special Election - $11,630,000 bond proposal to establish new facilities at the elementary and junior high school campuses.

Moulton School Board - Place 4, Brenda S. Kram, Kevin Pilat; Place 5, Donna Perez.

Special Election - Authorizing the board to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenues.

Shiner School Board - Place 2, Denise Overton, Tommy Schuette; Place 4, Andrew Schacherl, Max Moore III; Place 5, Melinda Mills, Brandon Siegel.

Shiner City Council - At-large, three to be elected, Alois Louis Herman, Bobby Boehm, Frankie Bates, David Patek Jr.

Moulton City Council - Position 3, Kelley Moeller, Harvey Kloesel; Position 4, Ernest J. Novosad, Donald R. Wagner; Position 5, Mark H. Zimmerman, Gussie Machalec.

Lavaca Hospital District - Place 2, Rosanne E. Gallia, Forrest A. Robertson; Place 4, Baiba L. Pustejovsky, James F. Fenner; Place 6, John R. (Randy) Morton, Jennifer Hagan.

Refugio County

Refugio City Council - Place 3, Leonard Lenny Anzaldua, Bart Wales; Place 4, Frank Hosey; Place 5, Dale Skrobarcek.

Refugio School Board - Election canceled: District 6, Andy Rocha; District 7, Ethel Garza, declared elected.

Woodsboro City Council - Place 3, Johnny Cisneros; Place 4, Elix Ortiz, Freddie Arriaga; Place 5, Richard Sanchez.

Woodsboro School District - Election canceled: Robert Thomas, Ruby Martinez, declared elected.

Bayside City Council - Mayor, Sandra B. Spada, Tom Van Buren; Place 2, Veronica Koenig; Place 3, Janet Christensen, Cindie Sawyer.

Austwell City Council - Election canceled: Mayor, David Cann; Place 2, Nadine Garner, declared elected.

Austwell-Tivoli School Board - Election canceled: Place 7, Marilyn Pagel; President, Butch Hopper, declared elected.



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