Harris County Local Elections

November 6, 2018: Primary Elections

Following are the local elections on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 Election in Harris County, Texas. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Not all races appear on all ballots. Races that cover all of Texas are listed on our Statewide Elections page. To view your specific sample ballot, please visit the Harris County Elections Office website.

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2018 General Election

US Representative, District 2

Dan Crenshaw - R
Scott Cubbler - I
Patrick Gunnels - L
Todd Litton - D

US Representative, District 7

John Culberson (i) - R
Lizzie Pannill Fletcher - D

US Representative, District 8

Kevin Brady (i) - R
Steven David - D
Chris Duncan - L

US Representative, District 9

Al Green (i) - D
Benjamin Hernandez - I
Phil Kurtz - L
Kesha Rogers - I

US Representative, District 10

Michael T McCaul (i) - R
Mike Ryan - L
Mike Siegel - D

US Representative, District 18

Sheila Jackson Lee (i) - D
Ava Reynero Pate - R
Luke Spencer - L

US Representative, District 22

Sri Preston Kulkarni - D
John B McElligott - L
Pete Olson (i) - R
Kellen Sweny - I

US Representative, District 29

Phillip Aronoff - R
Cullen Burns - L
Sylvia R Garcia - D

US Representative, District 36

Brian Babin (i) - R
Dayna Steele - D

State Board of Education, District 4

Lawrence Allen Jr (i) - D

State Senator, District 7

Paul Bettencourt (i) - R
Tom Glass - L
David Romero - D

State Senator, District 15

Randy Orr - R
Gilberto "Gil" Velsquez Jr - L
John Whitmire (i) - D

State Senator, District 17

Joan Huffman (i) - R
Lauren LaCount - L
Rita Lucido - D

State Representative, District 126

E Sam Harless - R
Natali Hurtado - D

State Representative, District 127

Dan Huberty (i) - R
Ryan Woods - L

State Representative, District 128

Briscoe Cain (i) - R

State Representative, District 129

Alexander Jonathan Karjeker - D
Joseph Majsterski - L
Dennis Paul (i) - R

State Representative, District 130

Roy Eriksen - L
Fred Infortunio - D
Tom Oliverson (i) - R

State Representative, District 131

Syed S Ali - R
Alma A Allen (i) - D

State Representative, District 132

Daniel Arevalo - L
Gina Calanni - D
Mike Schofield (i) - R

State Representative, District 133

Jim Murphy (i) - R
Marty Schexnayder - D

State Representative, District 134

Sarah Davis (i) - R
Allison Lami Sawyer - D

State Representative, District 135

Paul Bilyeu - L
Gary Elkins (i) - R
Jon E Rosenthal - D

State Representative, District 137

Lee Sharp - L
Gene Wu (i) - D

State Representative, District 138

Dwayne Bohac (i) - R
Adam Milasincic - D

State Representative, District 139

Jarvis D Johnson (i) - D
Shohn Trojacek - L

State Representative, District 140

Armando Lucio Walle (i) - D

State Representative, District 141

Senfronia Thompson (i) - D

State Representative, District 142

Harold V Dutton Jr (i) - D

State Representative, District 143

Ana Hernandez (i) - D

State Representative, District 144

Mary Ann Perez (i) - D
Ruben Villarreal - R

State Representative, District 145

Carol Alvarado (i) - D
Clayton Hunt - L

State Representative, District 146

JJ Campbell - L
Shawn Nicole Thierry (i) - D

State Representative, District 147

Garnet F Coleman (i) - D
Thomas Wang - R

State Representative, District 148

Jessica Cristina Farrar (i) - D
Ryan T McConnico - R

State Representative, District 149

Aaron Close - L
Hubert Vo (i) - D

State Representative, District 150

Michael Shawn Kelly - D
Valoree Swanson (i) - R

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 2

Jane Bland (i) - R
Gordon Goodman - D

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 6

Harvey Brown (i) - R
Sarah Beth Landau - D

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 7

Julie Countiss - D
Terry Yates - R

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 8

Richard Hightower - D
Michael Massengale (i) - R

Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 9

Jennifer Caughey (i) - R
Peter Kelly - D

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 3

Brett Busby (i) - R
Jerry Zimmerer - D

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 4

Marc Brown (i) - R
Charles Spain - D

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 5

Frances Bourliot - D
Martha Hill Jamison (i) - R

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 6

Bill Boyce (i) - R
Meagan Hassan - D

Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 8

John Donovan (i) - R
Margaret "Meg" Poissant - D

District Judge, 55th Judicial District

Latosha Lewis Payne - D
Jeff Shadwick (i) - R

District Judge, 113th Judicial District

Rabeea Collier - D
Michael Landrum (i) - R

District Judge, 157th Judicial District

Tanya Garrison - D
Randy Wilson (i) - R

District Judge, 180th Judicial District

Catherine Evans (i) - R
DaSean Jones - D

District Judge, 182nd Judicial District

Danilo "Danny" Lacayo - D
Jesse McClure - R

District Judge, 183rd Judicial District

Chuck Silverman - D
Vanessa Velasquez (i) - R

District Judge, 184th Judicial District

Abigail Anastasio - D
Renee Magee - R

District Judge, 185th Judicial District

Stacey W Bond - R
Jason Luong - D

District Judge, 189th Judicial District

Scot "Dolli" Dollinger - D
Sharon Hemphill - R

District Judge, 190th Judicial District

Debra Ibarra Mayfield (i) - R
Beau Miller - D

District Judge, 208th Judicial District

Denise Collins (i) - R
Greg Glass - D

District Judge, 209th Judicial District

Mike McSpadden (i) - R
Brian Warren - D

District Judge, 228th Judicial District

Frank Aguilar - D
Marc Carter (i) - R

District Judge, 230th Judicial District

Brad Hart (i) - R
Chris Morton - D

District Judge, 232nd Judicial District

Kristin M Guiney (i) - R
Josh Hill - D

District Judge, 234th Judicial District

Lauren Reeder - D
Wesley Ward (i) - R

District Judge, 245th Judicial District

Tristan H Longino - D
Roy L Moore (i) - R

District Judge, 246th Judicial District

Angela Graves-Harrington - D
Charley Prine (i) - R

District Judge, 247th Judicial District

Janice Berg - D
John Schmude (i) - R

District Judge, 248th Judicial District

Katherine Cabaniss (i) - R
Hilary Unger - D

District Judge, 257th Judicial District

Melanie Flowers - R
Sandra Peake - D

District Judge, 262nd Judicial District

Lori Chambers Gray - D
Tammy J Thomas - R

District Judge, 263rd Judicial District

Charles Johnson - R
Amy Martin - D

District Judge, 269th Judicial District

Dan Hinde (i) - R
Cory Sepolio - D

District Judge, 270th Judicial District

Dedra Davis - D
Brent Gamble (i) - R

District Judge, 280th Judicial District

Angelina D A Gooden (i) - R
Barbara J Stalder - D

District Judge, 281st Judicial District

Sylvia Matthews (i) - R
Christine Weems - D

District Judge, 295th Judicial District

Michelle Fraga - R
Donna Roth - D

District Judge, 308th Judicial District

James Lombardino (i) - R
Gloria Lopez - D

District Judge, 309th Judicial District

Sheri Y Dean (i) - R
Linda Marie Dunson - D

District Judge, 310th Judicial District

Sonya Heath - D
Lisa A Millard (i) - R

District Judge, 311th Judicial District

Germaine Tanner - D
Alicia Franklin York (i) - R

District Judge, 312th Judicial District

David Farr (i) - R
Clinton "Chip" Wells - D

District Judge, 313th Judicial District

Glenn Devlin (i) - R
Natalia Oakes - D

District Judge, 314th Judicial District

Michelle Moore - D
John F Phillips (i) - R

District Judge, 315th Judicial District

Michael "Mike" Schneider (i) - R
Leah Shapiro - D

County Judge

Ed Emmett (i) - R
Eric Gatlin - L
Lina Hidalgo - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 1

Paula Goodhart (i) - R
Alex Salgado - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 2

Ronnisha Bowman - D
Bill Harmon (i) - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 3

Natalie C Fleming (i) - R
Erica Hughes - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 4

Shannon Baldwin - D
John Clinton (i) - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 5

Xavier Alfaro - R
David M Fleischer - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 6

Kelley Andrews - D
Linda Garcia - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 7

Pam Derbyshire (i) - R
Andrew A Wright - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 8

Franklin Bynum - D
Dan Simons - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 9

Toria J Finch - D
John Wakefield - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 10

Dan Spjut (i) - R
Lee Harper Wilson - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 11

Aaron Burdette - R
Sedrick T Walker II - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 12

Cassandra Y Holleman - D
John Spjut - R

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 13

Jessica Padilla - R
Raul Rodriguez - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 14

Mike Fields (i) - R
David L Singer - D

Judge, County Criminal Court-at-Law No 15

Roger Bridgwater - R
Tonya Jones - D

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 1

Jerry Simoneaux - D
Loyd Wright (i) - R

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 2

Ray Black - R
Michael Newman - D

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 3

Jason Cox - D
Rory Robert Olsen (i) - R

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 4

Christine Riddle Butts (i) - R
James Horwitz - D

Judge, County Civil Court-at-Law No 1

George Barnstone (i) - D
Clyde Raymond Leuchtag - R

Judge, County Civil Court-at-Law No 2

Jim F Kovach - D
Erin Swanson - R

Judge, County Civil Court-at-Law No 3

Linda Storey (i) - R
LaShawn A Williams - D

Judge, County Civil Court-at-Law No 4

Sophia Mafrige - R
William "Bill" McLeod - D

District Clerk

Marilyn Burgess - D
Chris Daniel (i) - R

County Clerk

Abel Chirino Gomez - L
Stan Stanart (i) - R
Diane Trautman - D

County Treasurer

Dylan Osborne - D
Orlando Sanchez (i) - R

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Adrian Garcia - D
Jack Morman (i) - R

County Commissioner, Precinct 4

R Jack Cagle (i) - R
Penny Shaw - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2

David M Patronella (i) - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2

George E Risner (i) - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2

Lucia Bates - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 2

Laryssa Korduba (i) - R

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2

Jeff Williams (i) - R

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2

Angela D Rodriguez - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2

Sharon M Burney - D
DC Caldwell

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 8, Place 2

Louie Ditta (i) - R

County School Trustee, Position 3 At-Large

Richard Cantu - D
Marc Cowart - R

County School Trustee, Position 4, Precinct 3

Andrea Duhon - D
Josh Flynn - R

County School Trustee, Position 6, Precinct 1

Danyahel "Danny" Norris - D

City of Baytown Election

Mayor

Brandon Capetillo
Lee Larson

Proposition A

THE REAUTHORIZATION OF THE LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN THE CITY OF BAYTOWN AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT TO CONTINUE PROVIDING REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS. THE TAX EXPIRES ON THE FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DATE OF THIS ELECTION UNLESS THE IMPOSITION OF THE TAX IS REAUTHORIZED.

Proposition B

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE I "INCORPORATION; FORM OF GOVERNMENT; CORPORATE AND GENERAL POWERS," SECTION 5 "EMINENT DOMAIN" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE THE REFERENCE TO THE POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN OF RAILROAD COMPANIES.

Proposition C

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE I "INCORPORATION; FORM OF GOVERNMENT; CORPORATE AND GENERAL POWERS," SECTION 6 "STREET POWERS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE OBSOLETE LANGUAGE AND CONFORM THE SECTION TO STATE LAW.

Proposition D

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE I "INCORPORATION; FORM OF GOVERNMENT; CORPORATE AND GENERAL POWERS," SECTION 7 "STREET IMPROVEMENTS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE THE OUTDATED REFERENCE TO A 1927 LAW.

Proposition E

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE I "INCORPORATION; FORM OF GOVERNMENT; CORPORATE AND GENERAL POWERS," SECTION 9 "EXTENDING LIMITS BY ACTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO ALLOW THE FIRST AND SECOND READINGS OF AN ANNEXATION ORDINANCE AT CONSECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETINGS AND TO CONFORM TO STATE LAW.

Proposition F

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 12 "NUMBER, SELECTION, TERM" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE THE OUTDATED LANGUAGE USED TO TRANSITION FROM TWO-YEAR TO THREE-YEAR TERMS.

Proposition G

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 13 "QUALIFICATIONS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REQUIRE COUNCIL MEMBERS TO MAINTAIN QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE THROUGHOUT THEIR TERM AND PROVIDE FOR THE FORFEITURE OF OFFICE FOR FAILING TO DO SO.

Proposition H

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 21 "RIGHT OF THE CITY MANAGER AND OTHER OFFICERS IN COUNCIL" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT THAT DEPARTMENT HEADS HAVE "SEATS IN THE COUNCIL."

Proposition I

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 22 "ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO LIST THE CURRENT TITLES OF CITY DEPARTMENTS AND TO GIVE COUNCIL THE ABILITY TO CONSOLIDATE DEPARTMENTS AS IT DEEMS ADVISABLE.

Proposition J

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 23 "CITY CLERK" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM THE APPOINTMENT PROCESS OF THE CITY CLERK TO THAT OF OTHER DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS.

Proposition K

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE II "THE COUNCIL," SECTION 27 "RULES OF PROCEDURE; JOURNAL" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM THE AVAILABILITY OF RECORDS TO STATE LAW.

Proposition L

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE IV "DEPARTMENT OF LAW," SECTION 39 "CITY ATTORNEY; POWERS AND DUTIES" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REFLECT THE CITY'S USE OF OUTSIDE COUNCIL WHEN APPROPRIATE.

Proposition M

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE V "THE BUDGET" SECTION 41 "PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BUDGET" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REFLECT THAT THE CITY MANAGER DEVELOPS THE BUDGET WITH INPUT FROM DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS AND THAT PUBLIC HEARINGS ARE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW.

Proposition N

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE VII "FINANCE ADMINISTRATION," SECTION 67 "DIRECTOR OF FINANCE; POWERS AND DUTIES" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REFLECT THAT SERVICES MAY BE OUTSOURCED, TO CONFORM TO PRACTICE REGARDING THE DIRECTOR'S REPORT OF DISBURSEMENTS AND RECEIPTS; TO REFLECT THAT THE DIRECTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FINANCES OF THE CITY AS A WHOLE; TO CONFORM THE MANNER IN WHICH DEPOSITORY CONTRACTS ARE APPROVED; AND TO CONFORM TO THE FINANCIAL PRACTICES OF THE CITY.

Proposition O

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE IX "NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS," SECTION 96 "CANVASSING ELECTIONS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM THE TIMING OF THE ELECTION CANVASS TO STATE LAW.

Proposition P

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XI "FRANCHISES AND PUBLIC UTILITIES," SECTION 117 "FRANCHISES; POWER OF COUNCIL" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REQUIRE COUNCIL AT THREE COUNCIL MEETINGS, TO CONSIDER, RATHER THAN READ ALOUD, AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRANCHISE.

Proposition Q

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XI "FRANCHISES AND PUBLIC UTILITIES," SECTION 123 "FRANCHISE RECORDS" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REMOVE THE OBSOLETE PROVISION THAT REQUIRED PUBLIC UTILITIES TO FILE WITH THE CITY THEIR FRANCHISE AGREEMENTS THAT WERE IN EFFECT IN 1948.

Proposition R

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XI "FRANCHISES AND PUBLIC UTILITIES," SECTION 124 "ACCOUNTS OF MUNICIPALLY OWNED UTILITIES" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM TO CURRENT PRACTICE THE NUMBER OF TIMES A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT WILL REVIEW THE ACCOUNTS OF THE CITY'S UTILITIES.

Proposition S

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XI "FRANCHISES AND PUBLIC UTILITIES," SECTION 125 "REGULATION OF RATES AND SERVICE" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM THE CITY'S RATE REGULATION AUTHORITY TO STATE LAW.

Proposition T

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 128 "OATH OF OFFICE" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO CONFORM THE OATH OF OFFICE TO STATE LAW.

Proposition U

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 130 "HOSPITAL; OPERATION" AND SECTION 131 "HOSPITAL; FINANCES" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REPEAL SUCH SECTIONS IN THEIR ENTIRETIES SINCE THIS SUBJECT IS GOVERNED BY STATE LAW.

Proposition V

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 133 "HOUSING AUTHORITY" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REPEAL SUCH SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY SINCE THIS SUBJECT IS GOVERNED BY STATE LAW.

Proposition W

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 134 "PROVISIONS RELATING TO ASSIGNMENT, EXECUTION AND GARNISHMENT" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO UPDATE EXISTING LANGUAGE AND TO CONFORM TO STATE LAW.

Proposition X

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 136 "EFFECT OF THIS CHARTER ON EXISTING LAW'' OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REPEAL SUCH SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY SINCE THIS SECTION IS OBSOLETE.

Proposition Y

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 137 "INTERIM MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO REPEAL SUCH SECTION IN ITS ENTIRETY SINCE SUCH SECTION IS OBSOLETE.

Proposition Z

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 138 "AMENDING THE CHARTER," SUBSECTION (E) "CHARTER REVIEW COMMITTEE" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO ALLOW, BUT NOT REQUIRE, THE APPOINTMENT OF A CHARTER REVIEW COMMITTEE EVERY THREE YEARS.

Proposition AA

THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XII "GENERAL PROVISIONS," SECTION 140 "CONSTRUCTION OF CHARTER" OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF BAYTOWN, TEXAS, TO ADD CODE CONSTRUCTION PROVISIONS DEALING WITH SINGULAR/PLURAL, DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY, AND REFERENCES TO LAW.

City of Houston Election

Proposition A

(Relating to the Creation of a Dedicated Funding Source to Enhance, Improve and Renew Drainage Systems and Streets)
Shall the Houston City Charter be amended to establish a Dedicated Pay-As-You-Go Fund, to be used for the enhancement, improvement, and ongoing renewal of Houston's drainage and streets, funded annually from the following sources: (i) developer impact fees; (ii) drainage charges, to property owners or users, to recover costs of providing drainage to benefitting real properties; (iii) a portion of the City's ad valorem tax levy; and (iv) third-party contracts, grants, or payments earmarked or dedicated to drainage or streets?

Proposition B

City of Houston, Proposition B Shall the City Charter of the City of Houston be amended by adding a separate section that reads as follows: The City of Houston shall compensate City firefighters in a manner and amount that is at least equal and comparable by rank and seniority with the compensation provided City police officers including: a. Persons employed in the following firefighter classifications shall receive the same base pay as persons of like seniority employed in the following, similarly numbered police officer classifications: Firefighters- 1. Probationary firefighter, 2. Firefighter, 3. Engineer/Operator, 4. Captain, Inspector, Investigator, Communications Captain, Mechanic, 5. Senior Captain, Senior Inspector, Senior Investigator, Communications Senior Captain, Shop Supervisor, 6. District Chief, Assistant Arson Investigator, Chief Inspector, Chief Communications Officer, Master Mechanic, 7. Deputy Chief, Arson Investigator, Assistant Fire Marshal, Deputy Chief Communications Officer, 8. Assistant Fire Chief, Fire Marshal, 9. Executive Assistant Fire Chief Police Officers-1. Probationary Police Officer, 2. Police Officer, 3. Senior Police Officer, 4. Sergeant, 5. Lieutenant, 6. Captain, 7. Captain (with an additional 15% for parity), 8. Assistant Police Chief, 9. Executive Assistant Police Chief; In the event the title of any of the above classifications shall be changed, the new classification most similar in terms of qualifications and duties to the old shall be substituted therefore, to achieve pay parity; b. Firefighters employed in fire suppression shall receive the same incentive pay as police officers, of like seniority, employed as patrol officers; c. Firefighters shall receive the same training pay as police officers of like seniority; d. Firefighters employed as arson investigators shall receive the same investigative incentive pay as police officer investigative personnel of like seniority and investigative experience; e. Firefighters who serve as Field Training Officers shall receive the same Field Training Officer training pay as police officers who serve as Field Training Officers; f. Firefighters shall receive mentoring pay in the same amount and on the same basis as police officers; g. Firefighters classified as arson investigators, inspectors, communications captain, senior inspectors, senior investigators, communications senior captain, assistant arson investigator, chief inspector or chief communications officer shall receive the same weekend premium and shift differential pay in the same amount and on the same basis as police officers qualified to receive such pay; h. Firefighters shall receive educational incentive pay in the same amount and on the same basis as police officers entitled to receive such pay; i. Firefighters shall receive college tuition reimbursement in the same amount and on the same basis as police officers entitled to receive such reimbursement; j. Firefighters shall receive the same clothing allowance (or similar benefit) paid to police officers, in addition to any protective clothing and equipment provided by the City; k. Firefighters shall receive the same equipment allowance (or similar benefit) paid to police officers; l. The City shall make the same contribution to the Houston Professional Firefighters Association Medical Trust that it does to the Texas Police Trust; and m. To the extent that the names of any of the forms of pay or benefits identified above are changed, the requirement of parity for firefighters to police officers shall continue to apply; In addition, if any new form of pay or benefit is provided to police officers, the same shall also be provided to firefighters?

City of League City Election

Mayor

Pat Hallisey (i)
Sebastian Lofaro

Council, Position 1

Traci Jacobs
Andy Mann

Council, Position 2

Hank Dugie (i)

Council, Position 6

Chris Gross
Chad Tressler
Silvio P. Vincenzo

Council, Position 7

Nick Long (i)
Ange Mertens

Proposition A

SHALL ARTICLE I, SECTION 4 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO REMOVE THE STEPS THAT DETAIL THE CITY'S PROCEDURE FOR ADJUSTING ITS BOUNDARIES ACCORDING TO STATE LAW SINCE THE PROCEDURE IS ALREADY DETAILED IN STATE LAW AND CITY MUST COMPLY WITH STATE LAW REGARDLESS OF THE LANGUAGE OF THE CITY CHARTER?

Proposition B

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 2.B OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO CLARIFY THAT NO PERSON SHALL SERVE MORE THAN TWO FULL CONSECUTIVE TERMS AS MAYOR NOR MORE THAN TWO FULL CONSECUTIVE TERMS IN A COUNCIL POSITION REGARDLESS OF POSITION NUMBER?

Proposition C

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 7 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO CLARIFY THAT A VACANCY ON THE CITY COUNCIL DUE TO THREE CONSECUTIVE ABSENCES OF MEETINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL BECOMES EFFECTIVE THIRTY DAYS AFTER THIRD MISSED MEETING SO THAT THE CITY COUNCIL HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXCUSE THE ABSENCE IF A JUSTIFIABLE REASON FOR THE ABSENCE(S) EXISTS?

Proposition D

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 8 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO CLARIFY THAT THE MAYOR PRO TEM WILL SERVE FOR A ONE-YEAR PERIOD AND HE SHALL BE APPOINTED AT THE SECOND REGULARLY SCHEDULED CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN NOVEMBER?

Proposition E

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 12 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO STATE THAT ALL ACTIONS OF THE CITY COUNCIL, NOT JUST ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS, REQUIRE A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE MEMBERS PRESENT?

Proposition F

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 17 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO DELETE THE REFERENCE OF "TREASURER AND ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES" FROM THE OFFICE OF THE CITY SECRETARY SINCE THE CITY SECRETARY HAS NEVER SERVED IN THE ROLE OF TREASURER ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR FOR THE CITY AND THE CITY USES THE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR (IN GALVESTON AND HARRIS COUNTIES) FOR THAT FUNCTION?

Proposition G

SHALL ARTICLE II, SECTION 22 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO STATE THAT ALL ACTIONS OF THE CITY COUNCIL, NOT JUST ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS, REQUIRE A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE MEMBERS PRESENT?

Proposition H

SHALL ARTICLE VII, SECTION 5 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO CLARIFY THAT APPROPRIATIONS MAY BE TRANSFERRED FROM ONE "DIRECTORATE" TO ANOTHER?

Proposition I

SHALL ARTICLE VII, SECTION 2 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO DELETE ALL REFERENCE TO THE "CITY TAX ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR" SINCE THE CITY DOES NOT EMPLOY A PERSON IN THAT POSITION AND INSTEAD USES THE COUNTY TAX ASSESSORS/COLLECTORS FOR THAT FUNCTION?

Proposition J

SHALL ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 3 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER, WHICH REQUIRES THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPOINT A 3-PERSON BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO ADJUST ASSESSED PROPERTY VALUES THEREBY FUNCTIONING AS AN APPRAISAL DISTRICT, BE DELETED SINCE THE CITY HAS NEVER CREATED SUCH A BOARD, NOR HAS IT APPOINTED ANY MEMBERS TO SUCH A BOARD AND INSTEAD USES THE COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICTS (IN GALVESTON AND HARRIS COUNTIES) FOR THAT FUNCTION?

Proposition K

SHALL ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 4 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO DELETE THE REFERENCE TO A "CITY" TAX ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR SINCE THE CITY DOES NOT EMPLOY SUCH A POSITION AND THE CITY USES THE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR (IN GALVESTON AND HARRIS COUNTIES) FOR THAT FUNCTION?

Proposition L

SHALL ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 6 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER, WHICH DISCUSSES HOW PROPERTY OWNERS COMMUNICATE WITH THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT IN SITUATIONS WHERE THERE IS A JOINT INTEREST IN PROPERTY, BE DELETED SINCE THIS SECTION IMPOSES NO RULE OR LIMITATION ON THE CITY OR ITS OFFICERS/EMPLOYEES?

Proposition M

SHALL ARTICLE IX, SECTION 8 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO REMOVE THE REFERENCE TO THE CITY'S PREVIOUS RED-LIGHT VENDOR?

Proposition N

SHALL ARTICLE X, SECTION 17 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT THAT THE CITY SECRETARY SHALL PAY THE PREMIUM FOR HIS/HER BOND SINCE THE CITY CURRENTLY PAYS THE BOND PREMIUMS FOR ALL EXECUTIVE LEVEL EMPLOYEES AND CITY OFFICIALS?

Proposition O

SHALL ARTICLE X, SECTION 21 OF THE LEAGUE CITY CHARTER, WHICH REQUIRES THAT ALL WARRANTS OR CLAIMS FOR PAYMENT BE APPROVED BY THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY COUNCIL BEFORE PAYMENT MAY BE ISSUED, BE DELETED SINCE THERE ARE STATE LAWS AND INTERNAL POLICY CONTROLS THAT DICTATE HOW THE CITY ISSUES WARRANTS OR PAYS IT CLAIMS AND THE CITY COUNCIL MAINTAINS ADDITIONAL OVERSIGHT WHEN IT CREATES AND APPROVES THE CITY BUDGET EVERY YEAR?

City of Missouri City Election

Councilmember At Large Position 1

Vashaundra Edwards
Jerry Wyatt (i)

Councilmember At Large Position 2

Chris Preston (i)
HR Buddy Snyder
Susan Soto
Angie Wierzbicki

City of Nassau Bay Election

Proposition A

THE REAUTHORIZATION OF THE LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN THE CITY OF NASSAU BAY, TEXAS, AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT TO CONTINUE PROVIDING REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS.

City of Webster Election

Proposition A

SHALL ARTICLE III, SECTION 3.01, "NUMBER, SELECTION AND TERM," SUBSECTION "C" BE AMENDED TO READ THAT THE MAYOR AND EACH RESPECTIVE COUNCILMEMBER SHALL SERVE FOR A TERM OF THREE YEARS OR UNTIL THEIR SUCCESSORS SHALL BE ELECTED AND QUALIFIED? THIS SHALL BE EFFECTIVE BEGINNING WITH THE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION IN 2019 FOR COUNCILMEMBERS IN POSITIONS 3, 4, AND 5, IN 2020 FOR MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBER IN POSITION 6; IN 2021 FOR COUNCILMEMBERS IN POSITIONS 1 AND 2. THIS AMENDMENT HAS NO EXPECTED BUDGET IMPACT.

Proposition B

SHALL ARTICLE V, SECTION 5.03, "MUNICIPAL COURT," SUBSECTION "A". BE AMENDED TO READ THAT THERE SHALL BE ESTABLISHED AND MAINTAINED A COURT, DESIGNATED AS "THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF RECORD IN THE CITY OF WEBSTER" FOR THE TRIAL OF MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES, WITH ALL SUCH POWERS AND DUTIES AS ARE NOW, OR MAY HEREAFTER BE PRESCRIBED BY LAWS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS RELATIVE TO MUNICIPAL COURTS? THIS AMENDMENT HAS NO EXPECTED BUDGET IMPACT.

Proposition C

SHALL ARTICLE V, SECTION 5.03, "MUNICIPAL COURT," SUBSECTION "B" BE AMENDED TO READ THAT THE PRESIDING JUDGE AND ANY ASSOCIATE JUDGES OF SAID COURT SHALL BE APPOINTED BY CITY COUNCIL TO SERVE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNCIL? ANY SUCH JUDGE SHALL BE AN ATTORNEY LICENSED AND PRACTICING IN THE STATE OF TEXAS FOR TWO OR MORE YEARS AND SHALL BE A RESIDENT OF THE STATE OF TEXAS AND SHALL RECEIVE SUCH SALARY AS MAY BE FIXED BY COUNCIL? THIS AMENDMENT HAS NO EXPECTED BUDGET IMPACT.

Proposition D

SHALL ARTICLE V, SECTION 5.03, "MUNICIPAL COURT," SUBSECTION "C" BE AMENDED TO READ THAT THERE SHALL BE A MUNICIPAL CLERK OF SAID COURT APPOINTED BY THE CITY MANAGER AND NAMED BY ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL? THIS AMENDMENT HAS NO EXPECTED BUDGET IMPACT.

Proposition E

SHALL ARTICLE IV, SECTION 4.04, "POWERS AND DUTIES," SUBSECTION "A" BE AMENDED TO READ THAT THE MANAGER MAY REMOVE, SUSPEND OR DISCHARGE ANY AND ALL ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER(S) AND DEPARTMENT HEADS? ANY ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER(S) OR DEPARTMENT HEADS SO DISCIPLINED MAY, IF THE EMPLOYEE ELECTS, APPEAL THE MANAGER'S DECISION TO CITY COUNCIL? THIS AMENDMENT HAS NO EXPECTED BUDGET IMPACT.

The Woodlands Township Election

Township, Position 1

Gordy Bunch (i)

Township, Position 2

Brian Boniface (i)
Treva Taglieri

Township, Position 3

John Anthony Brown (i)

Township, Position 4

Francis "Frank" Dargavage
Bruce Rieser (i)

Lone Star College System Election

Trustee, District 1

George Edwards Jr
Michael "Mike" Stoma

Trustee, District 2

Ernestine M Pierce
Matthew Wheeler

Trustee, District 8

G Puente
Mike Sullivan

Channelview ISD Election

Trustee, Position 4

Dagoberto Alonso
Patrick Lacy (i)

Trustee, Position 5

Frank Renard Bryant
Greg Johnstone (i)

Trustee, Position 6

Walter Lee Gant III
Kent E Wilson

Trustee, Position 7

Dennis Cedillo
Raquel Dobbins (i)

Crosby ISD Election

Trustee, At-Large Position 6

John Warren Swinney (i)

Trustee, Single-Member Position 1

Tanya Shaye Eagleton (i)

Trustee, Single-Member Position 2

Sharyl Eavon Fain
Kasey KeaLynn Lewis

Trustee, Single-Member Position 3

Joseph Robert Humphries

Huffman ISD Election

Trustee, Position 1

Aaron Alexander
Vernon Reed

Trustee, Position 2

Patricia L Burnham
Jared E Dagley
Dean Warren

Trustee, Position 3

Ray Burt (i)

Klein ISD Election

Trustee, Position 3

Seth Batiste
Vijay Patel
Chris "CT" Todd

Trustee, Position 4

Julie Benes
Wade G Fennel
Steve Szymczak (i)

Trustee, Position 5

Ronnie K. Anderson (i)

New Caney ISD Election

Trustee, Position 3

Alan Moreau Jr (i)
Andrew Riddick
Wendy Allen Sharp

Trustee, Position 4

Ricky Warwick
Chris Wootton (i)

Trustee, Position 5

Andrew A Clarence
Yavonne Q Martinez
Chad Turner (i)

Sheldon ISD Election

Trustee, Position 4

Fred Rivas (i)

Trustee, Position 5

Keon Banks
Ken Coleman (i)

Trustee, Position 6

Devora E Myles (i)

Trustee, Position 7

Debbie Kolacny (i)
Erika Martinez
Keith Norwood

Tomball ISD Election

Trustee, Position 1

Kathy Handler (i)

Trustee, Position 2

Bob Fontenot
Michael Pratt (i)

Trustee, Position 3

Joseph Ferguson
John E. McStravick (i)

Trustee, Position 4

Steven E Kent
Mark Lewandowski (i)

Trustee, Position 7 (Unexpired Term)

Lee McLeod (i)