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May 13, 2013

Final, unofficial election returns

Corsicana — These are the final, unofficial election returns from the May 11 municipal and school elections. The results will become officlal after they have been canvassed by the entities holding the elections.

CISD $54 Million Bond - Final

Yes - 561

• No - 818

Frost ISD School Board - Final

Two positions

Clay Reynolds - 78

• Jason Curl - 90

• Josh  Martin - 138

Mildred ISD - Final

Two positions

• Shane Farmer - 136

• Craig McCracken - 118

Bob Pritchett - 67

Dawson ISD

Two positions- Final

• Kenneth D. Nesmith - 71

Jennifer Matthews Miller - 10

• T.J. Boatright - 85

Kay Yates - 46

Harvey Parker - 21

Mark A. Martinez - 26

Kerens ISD - FINAL

Two positions

• Kenny Berry - 119

• Matt Lynch - 116

Kyle Ware - 68

Norton Conner - 82

• Tyrone Martin - 90

Municipal Elections

Angus Mayor - Final

• Eben Dale Stover - 26

Julie Humphries - 22

Angus Alderman - Final

Two positions

Phyllis Tidwell - 7

Kim Newsom - 14

• Ken Cook - 27

Lowell Grabau - 13

Marlin Reynolds - 2

• Roy Lynn McCain - 22

Blooming Grove Alderman - Final

Three positions

• Linda Busby - 47

• Donnie Harris - 51

• Donny Scott - 53

Susan Pointer McCall - 33

Frost Alderman - Final

Three positions

Kevin Freeman - 37

• Kyra Kelley Hooser - 51

• David Malone - 56

Carl C. Cassady - 17

Eddie Sweet - 42

Francesca Cook - 32

• J.J. Bratcher - 55

Lance Reed - 57

Rice Mayor - Final

• Jim Fortson - 79

Larry Bailey - 34

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