KETR Local
12:46 pm
Fri May 8, 2009

Final results for Saturday's elections

Hunt County:

Commerce City Council, Place 1:
Tommy Hall - 42%
Tony Henry (Incumbent) - 58%

Commerce City Council, Place 3:
David Hitt - 36%
Richard Hill (Incumbent) - 64%

Commerce School Board, Place 6:
Elva Resendez - 27%
Randy Starks - 52%
Emma J. Martin - 21%

Commerce School Board, Place 6:
Hector Arce - 31%
Medley Wilson (Incumbent) - 69%

Greenville City Council, Place 6:
Betty Franklin (Incumbent) - 88%
Mike Smith - 12%

Caddo Mills Mayor
Amy Baker - 23%
Dwayne Pattison - 47%
Shirley Thomason - 30%

Caddo Mills City Council, At-large: (Top 2)
Brook Howard - 9%
Marsha Nelson - 12%
Vic Summers - 31%
Joel Richardson - 49%

Caddo Mills School Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Keith Hopkins - 38%
Lee Swafford - 25%
Jeremy Coddington - 37%

Campbell City Council, At-large: (Top 2)
Herb King - 27%
Ruth Williams - 13%
Ronnie King - 21%
Jack Henderson - 22%
Nick Jordan - 17%

Campbell School Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Charley Martin - 43%
Dowanna Jaco - 38%
Chad Stephenson - 19%

Celeste Mayor
Pat Jones - 35%
Mike Stout - 43%
Erin Jordan - 22%

Celeste City Council, At-large: (Top 2)
Larry Godwin - 58%
Fred Reynolds - 42 %

Celeste School Board, At-large: (Top 3)
Carol McCaslin -23%
Brad White - 11%
Brian Thompson - 7%
Dale Gibson - 4%
Jeffery Babers - 13%
Mike Wilson - 5%
Marty Burke - 3%
Bob Gilliam - 10%
Jeff Frazier - 19%
Shawn Stubblefield - 5%

Wolfe City Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Carrie Northcutt - 11%
Charles Henslee - 25%
Sandra Murphey - 20%
Jack Hale - 20%
Maxine Haywood - 24%

Quinlan Mayor
Sharon Royal - 100%

Quinlan City Council, Place 2:
Carole Petty - 100%

Quinlan City Council, Place 4:
Clellen Foster - 23%
Craig Waters - 77%

Quinlan School Board, Place 1:
Kevin Fritch - 60%
Paula Reeves - 44%

Quinlan School Board, Place 2:
Sherri Bostick - 41%
Michelle Harrison - 59%

Quinlan School Board, Place 3:
Dale Sikorsky - 37%
Kenny Stone - 63%

Quinlan School Board, Place 4:
Todd Darter - 66%
JR Watson - 34%

Lone Oak City Council, Place 1:
David Sumrall - 72%
Micheal Barrow - 28%

Lone Oak City Council, Place 2:
Neil Dent - 49%
Misty Lutz - 13%
Kandi Burchett (Write in) - 38%

Lone Oak City Council, Place 3:
Mona Collins - 51%
Shane Stovall - 47%

Lone Oak City Council, Place 5:
Gordon Galloway - 100%

Lone Oak School Board, At-large: (Pick 2)
Jeremy McClanahan - 12%
Terry Gipson - 38%
Wayne Burton - 23%
Paul Kelley - 27%

Board of Directors, Hickory Creek Special Utility District: (Pick 3)
Michael Hogge - 20%
Greg Shrives - 26%
Butch McKay - 22%
Jerry Formby - 15%
W.L. Buster O'Pry - 16%

Board of Directors, Combined Consumers Special Utility District: (Pick 2)
Joseph Thrush - 0%
Kenneth Searcey - 21%
W. Wade Guffey - 31%
Don Madden - 48%

Board of Directors, Caddo Basin Special Utility District: (Pick 4)
Don Hall - 17%
Hurley Jenkins - 10%
Nolan Jones - 24%
Jerry Leinart - 26%
James Patterson - 23%

Hopkins County:

Sulphur Springs City Council, Place 1:
Craig Johnson - 54%
Jordan Horne - 7%
Gary R. Jordan (Incumbent) - 39%

Sulphur Springs City Council, Place 2:
Steve Carmody - 5%
Allen Vaughan- 1%
Bradley Edge - 34%
Claude Walter - 14%
Clay Walker (Incumbent) - 45%

* Runoff between Bradley Edge and Clay Walker on June 13.

Sulphur Springs School Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Jason Dietze - Elected
Don W. Sapaugh (Incumbent) - Elected

Proposition- Sulphur Springs ISD :
$48.4 million bond toward construction, renovation, acquisition of equipment at each of district's eight campuses.

FOR - 55%
AGAINST: 45%

Delta County:

Cooper School Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Kregg Slakey - 29%
Shey T. Stegall - 35%
Darren Braddy (Write-in) - 35%


Lamar County:

North Lamar School Board, At-large: (Top 2)
Amy Stephens - 37%
Deanna A. Nicholson - 28%
Dave Osborne (Incumbent) - 35%

Proposition 1- North Lamar ISD :
$4.16 million bond toward construction and equipment of computer and science labs.

FOR: 79%
AGAINST: 21%

Proposition 2- North Lamar ISD :
$520,000 bond toward improvements of existing school buildings.

FOR: 80%
AGAINST: 20%

Proposition 1- City of Paris :
The legal sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.

FOR: 57%
AGAINST: 43%

Proposition 2- City of Paris :
The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.

FOR: 54%
AGAINST: 46%

Proposition 1- City of Reno :
The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption only.

FOR: 35%
AGAINST: 65%


Rains County:

Proposition 1- City of Emory :
The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.

FOR: 68%
AGAINST: 34%

Proposition 2- City of Emory :
The sale of mixed beverages in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders only.

FOR: 69%
AGAINST: 31%


Fannin County:

Bonham Mayor:
Michael S. Evans - 39%
Roy V. Floyd - 61%

Bonham Ward No. 1:
John W. Burnett - 57%
Bob Self - 43%

Bonham Ward No. 5:
Joe W. Clark - 53%
Bill Munger - 47%

Bonham, At-Large:
Nancy J. Lawrence - 47%
Wayne Moore - 53%