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November 4, 2014 Local Elections

Archer County
Baylor County
Knox County
Montague County
Throckmorton County
Wichita County
Wilbarger County
Young County

November 4, 2014 Local Elections

Archer County

Archer City Independent School District

Proposition 1:

The issuance of $17,750,000 of bonds by the Archer City Independent School District and levying the tax in payment thereof.

For: 50% (485 votes)
Against: 50% (478 votes)

Proposition 2:

Authorizing the Board of Trustees of Archer City Independent School district to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenues.

For: 70%
Against: 30%

Proposition 3:

Authorizing the board of Trustees of Archer City Independent School district to educate students of other school districts with local tax revenues.

For:  64%
Against:  36%

Baylor County

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 4

Larry D. Burnett (REP)  62%
Charlie Piatt (DEM) 38%

Knox County

County Judge

Travis C. Floyd (REP) 57%
Charles Griffith (DEM) 43%

District and County Clerk

Lisa Cypert (REP) 55%
Annette Offutt (DEM) 45%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 2

Daniel Godsey (REP) 46%
Kim Sealy (DEM) 54%

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 4

Nathan Urbanczyk (REP) 58%
Robert Bowen (DEM) 42%

Montague County

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 2

Mike Mayfield (REP) 88%
Lewis Wilson (DEM) 12%

Gold-Burg Independent School District (4 Winners)

B.J. Rainey 19%
Debra Fain 17%
Rebecca Horton 17%
Robert Barzano 0%
Brandy Hamilton 20%
Weldon Duff 0%

Forestburg Independent School District (3 winners)

Billie D.F. Poirot 20%
Diana Kay Hicks 15%
Audimarie Hayes 32%
Hoyt Alan Mann 33%

Throckmorton County

Proposition 1:

Constitutional amendment providing for the use and dedication of certain money transferred to the state highway fund to assist in the completion of transportation, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation projects, not to include toll roads.

For: 392 votes
Against: 82 votes

Throckmorton County Proposition:

The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only

For: 46%
Against: 54%

Wichita County

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Lee Harvey (REP) 74%
Thomas "Tom" Bursey (DEM) 26%

County Commissioner, Precinct 4

Jeff Watts (REP) 78%
Allyn Arnold (DEM) 22%

Wilbarger County

County Judge

Tommy Milner (REP) 42%
Greg Tyra (DEM) 58%

Northside ISD School Board (In Wilbarger Co.): 4 Winners

Betsy Smith 24%
Kathy Woodard Nickels 23%
Michael King 20%
Phoebe Reeves 20%
Ray Smith 13%

Young County

Proposition:

The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only.

For: 48%
Against: 52%
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