Final unofficial results for municipal, school district elections in Hidalgo County

A "vote here" sign is seen in front of the Edinburg school district offices Saturday, May 4 in Edinburg. (Joel Martinez)

The following are the unofficial final results after early voting for the competitive local municipal and school district elections in Hidalgo County.

PROPOSITION A, EDINBURG CISD

For — 1972 (27.72%)

Against — 5141 (72.28%)

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The prop: $220 million bond proposal to build new campuses and facility improvements

COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4, McALLEN

Tania Ramirez — 499 (65%)

Joe Califa — 264 (35%)

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COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5, McALLEN

John Ingram — 570 (50%)

Victor “Seby” Haddad — 461 (40%)

Mark Murray — 87 (10%)

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SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE PLACE 1, McALLEN ISD

Juan ‘Johnny’ Cano — 1649 (30.55%)

Marco Suarez — 3748 (69.45%)

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SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE PLACE 2, McALLEN ISD

Lynse Guerra — 2247 (44.50%)

Conrado ‘Ito’ Alvarado — 3168 (58.50%)

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SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE PLACE 4, McALLEN ISD

Tony Forina — 2758 (50.10%)

Gina Karam Millin — 2747 (49.90%)

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SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE PLACE 5, McALLEN ISD

Don Delaney — 813 (15.13%)

Daniel ‘Danny’ Vela — 4562 (84.87%)

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PROPOSITION A, WESLACO

For — 278 (59.91%)

Against — 186 (40.09%)

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The prop: $10 million bond proposal to fund improvements to the city’s drainage system

COMMISSIONER PLACE 1, PHARR

Daniela Zuniga — 1,078

Eleazar Guajardo — 1,648

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COMMISSIONER PLACE 6, PHARR

Itza Flores — 1,702

Lorena Singh — 1,009

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PROPOSITION A, CITY OF DONNA

For — 315 (46.26%)

Against — 366 (53.74%)

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The Prop: Lengthening terms of city council members from three to four years

PROPOSITION B, CITY OF DONNA

For — 301 (45.40%)

Against —362 (54.60%)

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The Prop: Lengthening term of municipal judge from three to four years

PROPOSITION C, CITY OF DONNA

For — 286 (43.47%)

Against — 372 (56.53%)

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The Prop: “The removal from the city of Donna charter of unconstitutional provisions and provisions superseded by statute.”

ALDERMAN PLACE 1, LA VILLA

Manuel M. Hinojosa —  438 (50.23%)

Ricardo Garza — 434 (49.77%)

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ALDERMAN PLACE 2, LA VILLA

Jesus Jesse Rodriguez Jr. — 375 (43.10%)

Joe Contreras — 495 (56.90%)

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ALDERMAN PLACE 3, LA VILLA

Lupe Rangel Jr. — 392 (44.80%)

Mario Lopez — 483 (55.20%)

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COMMISSIONER PLACE 2, MERCEDES

Joe Martinez, Jr. — 415 (31.39%)

Ramon Garcia Mejia — 111 (8.40%)

Michelle Reyna — 95 (7.19%)

Leonel Benavidez — 701(53.03%)

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COMMISSIONER PLACE 4, MERCEDES

Rubén “Chano” Guajardo — 498 (37.87%)

Velda Garcia — 62 (4.71%)

Lucy Delgado — 315 (23.95%)

Jose M. Gomez — 440 (33.46%)

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MAYOR, PEÑITAS

Marcos Ochoa — 464 (31.72%)

Rigo Lopez — 999 (68.28%)

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COUNCIL MEMBER PLACE 2, PEÑITAS

Osiel Ramos — 496 (34.23%)

J.R. Flores — 953 (65.77%)

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COUNCIL MEMBER PLACE 4, PEÑITAS

Esmer Medina — 495 (34.11%)

Ramiro Loya — 956 (65.89%)

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COMMISSIONER PLACE 4, SAN JUAN

Erasmo ‘Eddie’ Garcia — 672 (30.81%)

Leonardo ‘Lenny’ Sanchez — 1,509 (69.19%)

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COMMISSIONER PLACE 5, SAN JUAN

Pete Garcia —  1,175 (48.10%)

Fernando Castillo — 244 (9.99%)

Marco ‘Markie’ Villegas — 1,024 (41.92%)

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PROPOSITION A, SULLIVAN CITY

For — 42 (87.50%)

Against — 6 (12.50%)

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The Prop: Decision on whether to dissolve the city’s economic development corporation in favor of forming a municipal development district.

 

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