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Over 10,000 ballots were cast in Howard County for this year’s Joint General Election, that’s according to the Unofficial Results for Election Night in Howard County. 

 

According to Jodi Duck, Howard County Elections Administrator, there are still provisional ballots and overseas ballots that they are waiting for - as of Tuesday night - from the ballot board.  

 

Unofficial results are as follows: 

 

LOCAL CONTESTED RACES 

 

Howard County Commissioner, Precinct 1

50.1% Required:

Rep. - Eddilisa Saldivar: 59.69%

Dem. - Milton Perkins: 33.13%

RESULT: Eddilisa Saldivar [Ray] elected

 

Howard County Commissioner, Precinct 3

50.1% Required:

Jimmie Long: 73.80%

Shiloh Creswell Salazar: 21.60%

RESULT: Jimmie Long re-elected

 

Big Spring City Council member, District 1

50.1% Required:

Nadine Reyes: 36.03%

Nick Hilario Ornelas: 48.16%

RESULT: Nick Hilario Ornelas elected

*Percentage subject to interpretation by city

 

Big Spring City Council member, District 3 

50.1% Required:

Roger M. Rodman: 40.37%

Cody Hughes: 40.87%

RESULT: Cody Hughes elected

*Percentage subject to interpretation by city

 

Big Spring ISD Board Trustee, District 1

50.1% Required:

Enchantra M. Solis: 33.24%

Tom J. Olague, Jr: 49.44%

 

NOTE: In candidate races where the front runner received less than 50.1 percent of the votes the city will have to make an interpretation of the rules before a decision is final.

 

 

RECALL ELECTIONS

 

Mayor Recall Shannon Thomason:

Majority Required:

FOR: 40.26%

AGAINST: 50.67%

RESULT: Shall continue in office. Term runs through May 2022. Not subject to recall until the expiration of at least 3 months from 11/03/2020. 

 

City Council Member Recall District 5 Camilla Strande:

Majority Required:

FOR: 49.94%

AGAINST: 35.24%

RESULT: Will be removed from position. Special election to be called to fill the unexpired term, which is set to expire in May 2022.

 

City Council Member Recall District 6 Jim DePauw:

Majority Required:

FOR: 44.40%

AGAINST: 41.52%

RESULT: Will be removed from position. Special election to be called to fill the unexpired term, which is set to expire in May 2021.

 

 

NOTE: Local results will not become official and effective until the results are canvassed by the corresponding entity - Howard County Commissioners Court, Big Spring City Council, and Big Spring ISD Board of Trustees - at their next meetings that will be held later this month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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