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

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.

 

SATURDAY’S COVERAGE

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