Polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday for city council and school board races, Granbury school bond election and proposed state amendments. Check back after the polls close for early voting results.
Election results brought to you by First National Bank – Granbury
Final unofficial election results are in. Granbury Mayor Pro-Tem Nin Hulett and former mayor David Southern will be in a runoff. Also in the Dec. 10 runoff will be Place 4 candidates Rose Myers and Tony Mobly. Granbury Councilman Tony Allen won without a runoff.
The Granbury school bond election easily passed.
Joe Jones edged Robert Lee Carter for Granbury School Board.
DCBE Mayor Dick Pruitt won re-election, and Tolar’s Brooks Goodson, Dalton Nix and Kris Hall defeated their opponents for school board.
With only two boxes to go, Hulett has 47% and Southern 43%. “Unless there’s a huge difference in the votes in 4 (First Baptist) or 13 (Catholic church), it’s going to be a runoff,” Southern said.
In Tolar School Board Place 6 race, Kris Hall has 65% of vote to Wayne Wienecke’s 35%
In Tolar School Board Place 5 race, Dalton Nix has 60% of vote to Mark Waldrep’s 40%
In Tolar School Board Place 1 race, Tommy Matthews has 55% of vote to Brooks Goodson’s 45%
In tight Granbury School Board election, Jones has 51% to Carter’s 49%
With three boxes in, 60% in favor of Granbury school bond
With three boxes reporting, Myers leads with 38% and Mobly is second with 36%
With three boxes reporting, Tony Allen has 51% of the vote; Bratta second with 29%
With three boxes reporting, Hulett has 46% of the vote and Southern 43%
With Lutheran box in, Hulett drops to 48%; Southern has 43%
Councilman Tony Allen, with 52% of the early vote, could win re-election without runoff.
Granbury City Council Place 4 candidate Rosie Myers leads with 39% of the vote followed by Tony Mobly with 37%. They appear headed for a runoff.
Granbury City Councilman Tony Allen has 52% of the early vote
For Granbury mayor, Hulett has 50.22% of the early vote; Southern has 42.75%
The mayor and city council candidates must get over 50 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff.
Granbury School Superintendent Jim Largent about the bond support: I’m just blown away at the numbers. I’m so proud of our team and our staff and the community of Granbury for making a real commitment to our schools.”
Early voting in: Granbury School Board: Jones 1313, Carter 1265; Jones supported the bond issue; Carter did not.
Early voting in: For DCBE mayor: Mayor Dick Pruitt 178, Kay Bailey 163
Early voting in: For Granbury City Council Place 4: Myers 342, Mobly 328, Baker 143, Gray 74
Early voting in: For Granbury City Council Place 2: Allen 458, Bratta 261, Winn 136, Van Daele 31
Early voting in: For Granbury mayor: Hulett 464 votes, Southern 395, Thomas 65
Early voting in: Granbury school bond passing with 62.67% in favor
Granbury mayoral candidate David Southern: “I’m really pleased with the turnout. It’s a heavier turnout than any election I’ve been in. Usually the more people that turn out the better I do, but we’ll see.
Remember, voters must show a photo ID to vote this year.
Voters are going to the polls today. The polls close at 7 p.m. and results should start coming in shortly after.
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