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May early voting results 2013

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Anthony ISD

  1. District at Large - 2 Year Term

  2. District at Large - 4 Year Term

  3. Proposition

City of El Paso

  1. Mayor

  2. Judge, Municipal Court No. 1

  3. Judge, Municipal Court No. 2

  4. Judge, Municipal Court No. 3

  5. Judge, Municipal Court No. 4

  6. Judge, Municipal Court No. 5

  7. Judge of the El Paso Municipal Court of Appeals

  8. City Representative District 2

  9. City Representative, District 3

  10. City Representative District 4

  11. City Representative, District 7

  12. Proposition 1

  13. Proposition 2

  14. Proposition 3

  15. Proposition 4

  16. Proposition 5

  17. Proposition 6

  18. Proposition 7

  19. Proposition 8

  20. Proposition 9

City of Socorro

  1. Mayor - Unexpired Term

  2. Alderman at Large - Unexpired Term

  3. Alderman District 4 - Unexpired Term

El Paso Community College Board of Trustees Election

  1. District No. 4

  2. District No. 6

El Paso Independent School District Board of Trustees Election

  1. District No. 1

  2. District No. 3

  3. District No. 5

Horizon Regional Municipal Utility District General Election

  1. Director Position Number 1

  2. Director Position Number 2

San Elizario Independent School District Board of Trustees Election

  1. Place #1

  2. Place #2

  3. Place #3

Socorro Independent School District Board of Trustees Election

  1. District No. 1

Town of Anthony

  1. Alderman Place No. 1

  2. Alderman Place No. 2

  3. Alderman Place No. 3 - Term Unexpired

  4. Alderman Place No. 4 - Term Unexpired

  5. Alderman Place No. 5 - Term Unexpired

Ysleta Independent School District Board of Trustees Elections

  1. District No. 1

Anthony ISD


District at Large - 2 Year Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Connie Salazar 103 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

District at Large - 4 Year Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Sally Flores 56 15.47%
Martin Lerma91 91 25.14%
Guadalupe Montañez Perez 78 21.55%
Angel Julio Cuellar 76 20.99%
Eduardo Chavez 61 16.85%
  Precincts Reporting 0%

PROPOSITION: THE ISSUANCE OF $3,000,000 OF BONDS BY ANTHONY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, ACQUISITION AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT, AND THE LEVYING OF THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.

Candidate Votes Percentage
For   %
Against   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

City of El Paso


Mayor

Candidate Votes Percentage
L. Gus Haddad 1193 5.36%
Dean Martinez, (Dino) 187 .84%
Steve Ortega 4921 22.09%
Hector H. Lopez 1596 7.17%
Robert Cormell 2621 11.77%
Oscar Leeser 11266 50.58%
Jaime O. Perez 381 1.71%
Jorge Artalejo 109 %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge, Municipal Court No. 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Maria Ramirez 12829 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge, Municipal Court No. 2

Candidate Votes Percentage
Maximino D. Munoz 12183 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge, Municipal Court No. 3

Candidate Votes Percentage
David A. Bonilla 12636 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge, Municipal Court No. 4

Candidate Votes Percentage
Rick Olivo 12232 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge, Municipal Court No. 5

Candidate Votes Percentage
Daniel "Danny" Robledo 12443 %
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Judge of the El Paso Municipal Court of Appeals

Candidate Votes Percentage
Odell S. Holmes 11981 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

City Representative, District 2

Candidate Votes Percentage
Larry Romero 343 15.40%
Edward J. Beck 323 14.50%
Jim Tolbert
449 20.16%
Yamil Chaheine 142 6.38%
Getsemani Yanez 331 14.86%
Michael ApodacaI 318 14.28%
Adam E. Gurrola 115 5.16%
Leticia Guerra 91 4.09%
Dolores Garcia Baca 115 5.16%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

City Representative, District 3

Candidate Votes Percentage
Emma Acosta 1974 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

City Representative, District 4

Candidate Votes Percentage
Tony Benitez 559 19.04%
Rauld F. Amaya 203 6.91
Sam Morgan 858 29.22%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

City Representative, District 7

Candidate Votes Percentage
Vivian Rojas 543 17.23%
Todd S. Miller 159 5.04%
Carlos "Charlie" Madrid 186 5.90%
Ray Mendoza 227 7.20%
Luis A. Leon 444 14.09%
Lily Limon 687 21.80%
Tina Chozet 906 28.74%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 1 - SHALL SECTIONS 2.1 A AND B, 2.2 E, 2.3 A, 2.4 A AND 8.7, OF THE CITY CHARTER, RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS, CITY OFFICERS, AND TERMS OF OFFICE: TO MOVE THE CITY'S GENERAL ELECTIONS FROM MAY IN ODD NUMBERED YEARS TO NOVEMBER IN EVEN NUMBERED YEARS BEGINNING IN 2018; TO REVISE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR FILING FOR OFFICE TO CONFORM WITH STATE LAW; TO PROVIDE FOR THE SCHEDULING OF SPECIAL ELECTIONS ON DATES WHEN THE ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE COUNTY ELECTIONS ADMINISTRATOR; AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE COUNCIL MAY TAKE ACTION TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES FROM EIGHT TO TEN AT SUCH TIME AS THE CITY'S POPULATION REACHES ONE MILLION?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 10198 49.16%
Against 10548 50.84%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 2 - SHALL SECTIONS 3.5 A AND D, 3.7, 3.9 B AND C, 3.14, 3.18 AND 4.1 B OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO CITY COUNCIL PROCESSES, PROCEDURES, AND APPOINTMENTS: TO ALLOW FOR THE CANCELATION OF NOT MORE THAN SEVEN REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS ANNUALLY AND NOT MORE THAN TWO IN A ROW; TO ALLOW THE COUNCIL TO AUTHORIZE LEASES OF PUBLIC PROPERTY AND TEMPORARY USES OF STREETS AND RIGHTS-OF-WAY BY RESOLUTION; TO PROVIDE THAT ORDINANCES AND THE CITY CODE BE MADE AVAILABLE BY CONTEMPORARY MEANS SUCH AS THE INTERNET; TO PROVIDE THAT THE CITY ATTORNEY IS APPOINTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL SOLELY ON THE BASIS OF LEGAL EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS; AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE MAYOR AND REPRESENTATIVES EACH UNIFORMLY HAVE THE ABILITY TO SUBMIT NOMINATIONS FOR THE APPOINTMENTS TO THE CITY'S BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 9828 47%
Against 11083 53%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 3 - SHALL SECTION 3.19 OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO PROHIBITION OF THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS OF THE CITY: TO PROVIDE THAT THIS PROHIBITION DOES NOT APPLY TO AREAS ZONED AS MIXED USE DEVELOPMENTS?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 9289 44.10%
Against 11773 55.90%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 4 - SHALL SECTIONS 3.2 AND 3.3 A OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO THE SALARIES OF THE MAYOR AND DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES, AND PROHIBITIONS REGARDING OTHER EMPLOYMENT: TO PROVIDE THAT BEGINNING IN 2015, THE ANNUAL SALARY OF THE DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES SHALL BE SET EACH YEAR AT THE SAME AMOUNT AS THE HUD PROGRAM INCOME LIMITS MEDIAN INCOME FOR EL PASO COUNTY, AND THE ANNUAL SALARY OF THE MAYOR SHALL BE SET EACH YEAR AT 150% OF THAT AMOUNT; AND TO PROHIBIT COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM HOLDING ANY OTHER PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT CONTRARY TO STATE LAW?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 8291 39.33%
Against 12790 60.67%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 5 - SHALL SECTION 3.20, ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY, OF THE CITY CHARTER BE CREATED, SECTION 3.6 BE AMENDED, AND SECTION 2.2 G BE DELETED, RELATING TO ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY: TO MOVE AND AMEND THE PROVISION GOVERNING THE ETHICS REVIEW COMMISSION TO GIVE THE COMMISSION THE POWER TO ENFORCE ITS DECISIONS BY ASSESSING CIVIL FINES AND SANCTIONS AS AUTHORIZED BY ORDINANCE; AND TO CREATE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN iNDEPENDENT INTERNAL AUDIT FUNCTION AND A FINANCIAL OVERSIGHT AND AUDIT COMMITTEE TO PROVIDE OVERSIGHT OF THE AUDIT FUNCTION AND REVIEW CITY FINANCIAL POLICIES?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 10971 52.80%
Against 9809 47.20%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 6 - SHALL SECTIONS 6.1-1, 6.1-2, 6.1-3, 6.1-4, 6.1-6 D, AND 6.13-8 OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO THE FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION: TO STATE THE PURPOSE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM; TO PROVIDE FOR THE SPECIFIC DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMISSION; TO ESTABLISH UNIFORM STARTING DATES FOR THE TERMS OF OFFICE FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION; TO PROHIBIT THE APPOINTMENT OF A PERSON CLOSELY RELATED TO A CITY EMPLOYEE TO THE COMMISSION; TO SPECIFY THE TIME FOR THE CITY COUNCIL TO TAKE ACTION ON PROPOSED RULES; AND TO PROVIDE WHEN THE COMMISSION MAY REDUCE DISCIPLINARY ACTION TAKEN AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE AND RE-HEAR A DISCIPLINARY APPEAL?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 11946 57.21%
Against 8934 42.79%
  Precincts Reporting 0%

PROPOSITION 7 - SHALL SECTIONS 6.1-11, 6.2-2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.10-4, 6.10-5, 6.13-2, 6.13-3, 6.13-4, 6.13-11 A, AND 6.14 OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT, DISCIPLINE AND TERMINATION OF EMPLOYEES, AND THE TERMS OF THEIR EMPLOYMENT: TO PROVIDE THAT ALL EXECUTIVE LEVEL EMPLOYEES AND SHORT-TERM GRANT FUNDED EMPLOYEES SHALL BE IN THE UNCLASSIFIED SERVICE; TO PROVIDE THAT EMPLOYEES MAY BE HIRED AS REGULAR FULL OR PART-TIME, PROVISIONAL, TEMPORARY, OR CONTRACT EMPLOYEES IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY POLICIES; TO REQUIRE THE CITY COUNCIL TO ANNUALLY PROVIDE FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLANS FOR EMPLOYEES AND ESTABLISH MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR WHAT MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE PLANS; TO PROVIDE FOR NON-DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT AND PROVISION OF BENEFITS; TO REVISE THE LIST OF CAUSES FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION OF EMPLOYEES; TO CHANGE THE TERM PERMANENT EMPLOYEE TO REGULAR EMPLOYEE IN ALL PLACES WHERE THE TERM APPEARS; AND TO RE-TITLE SECTIONS AS NECESSARY?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 10733 51.59%
Against 10073 48.41%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 8 - SHALL SECTIONS 6.5-1, 6.5-2, 6.7, 6.8, 6.9-5, 6.10-1, 6.10-3, 6.10-6, 6.10-7, 6.11, 6.12, AND 6.14 OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED, RELATING TO THE DUTIES OF THE CITY MANAGER AND THE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR AND THE CREATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES: TO REQUIRE THAT ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES CONFORM TO FEDERAL AND STATE LAW AND THE CHARTER; TO ALLOW FOR THE CREATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING EMPLOYMENT PROCESSES: EXAMINATION PROCEDURES, TRANSFERS AND LAYOFF PROCEDURES, LEAVE OF ABSENCE AND REINSTATEMENT PROCEDURES, THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS FOR HIRE AND PROMOTION, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS OF EFFICIENCY; TO PROVIDE FOR THE USE OF THE RULE OF FIVE IN THE PROMOTION PROCESS; TO DEFINE THE TERM HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR; AND TO RE-TITLE AND RE-NUMBER SECTIONS AS NECESSARY?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 10839 52.45%
Against 9825 43.52%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

PROPOSITION 9 - SHALL SECTIONS 7.4, 7.7 AND 7.17 OF THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED AND SECTION 7.23, LEASE AND LEASE PURCHASE, BE CREATED, RELATING TO THE FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF THE CITY: TO REQUIRE THE CITY TO MAINTAIN A CASH RESERVE IN A MINIMUM AMOUNT OF 5% OF THE OPERATING EXPENSE BUDGET; TO PROVIDE THAT CITY INVESTMENTS BE GOVERNED BY AN ANNUAL INVESTMENT POLICY; TO ESTABLISH THAT GENERAL OBLIGATIONS BONDS MAY BE APPROVED BY THE VOTERS FOR ANY LAWFUL PURPOSE; AND TO ALLOW FOR THE USE OF LEASE-PURCHASE AND SIMILAR AGREEMENTS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY?

Candidate Votes Percentage
For 11751 56.48%
Against 9055 43.52%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

City of Socorro


Mayor - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Jesus Ruiz   %
Gama Mendez    
Gume Cardoso    
Igor Alberto Flores   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

Alderman at Large - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Guillermo "Willie" Madrid Jr.   %
Joe Bob Martinez    
Rene Rodriguez   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

Alderman District 4 - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Jesus "Jesse" Gandara Jr.   %
J.E. Chito Bowling   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

El Paso Community College Board of Trustees Election


District No. 4

Candidate Votes Percentage
Tony San Roman   %
Selena Solis   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

District No. 6

Candidate Votes Percentage
Frank Ordaz   %
Art Fierro   %
  Precincts Reporting 0%

El Paso Independent School District Board of Trustees Election


District No. 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Rocío Benedicto 282 22.82%
Bob Geske 523 42.31%
Omar Villa 431 34.87
  Precincts Reporting 100%

District No. 3

Candidate Votes Percentage
Susie Byrd 590 54.58%
Alfredo "Fred" Borrego 491 45.52%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

District No. 5

Candidate Votes Percentage
Julián González 229 13.10%
Chuck Taylor 93 51.66%
Joel F. Barrios 169 9.67
James Lamonica 447 25.57
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Horizon Regional Municipal Utility District General Election


Director Position Number 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Benny Davis 124 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Director Position Number 2

Candidate Votes Percentage
G.L. (Bob) Jarvis 105 70%
James P. Hargrove 45 30%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

San Elizario Independent School District Board of Trustees Election


Place #1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Ramon Holguin 38 55.07%
Vicente (Chente) Rodriguez 31 44.93%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Place #2

Candidate Votes Percentage
Jose Rodriguez 60 100%
Unopposed   %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Place #3

Candidate Votes Percentage
Fernie Madrid 29 42.65%
Jerry Grijalva 39 57.35%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Socorro Independent School District Board of Trustees Election


District No. 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Hector Gonzalez 435 51.79%
Elias Ayub 244 29.05%
Eleuterio M. Fuentes 161 19.17%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Town of Anthony


Mayor

Candidate Votes Percentage
Art Franco 103 100%
Unopposed
  %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Alderman Place No. 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Luis 'Lee' Vela 58 42.96%
Jose G. Garcia 77 57.04%
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Alderman Place No. 2

Candidate Votes Percentage
Rosie R. Holgun 99 100%
Unopposed   %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Alderman Place No. 3 - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Chanan L. Singh 106 100%
Unopposed   %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Alderman Place No. 4 - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Demetrio C. Cuellar 24 15.38%
Joanna Rivera 132 84.62%
  Precincts Reporting 0%

Alderman Place No. 5 - Unexpired Term

Candidate Votes Percentage
Orlando Garcia 105 100%
Unopposed   %
  Precincts Reporting 100%

Ysleta Independent School District Board of Trustees Elections


District No. 1

Candidate Votes Percentage
Andy Ramirez 296 41.11%
Ana M. Dueñez 424 58.89%
  Precincts Reporting 100%
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