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Texas County Election Results
04/02/2013

 

Voters went to the poles Tuesday to cast their ballots for the candidates of their choice.
For Texas County, elections took place in Hooker, Tyrone, Goodwell, and Texhoma.
“There have been provisional ballots cast and the results will not become final until Friday at 5 p.m.,” said Texas County Election Board Secretary La Fonda Limon in a press release at 8:54 p.m., Tuesday.
According to the press release, the “unofficial results” were complete as of 8:17 p.m. Among the elections for Texas County were positions open for council member, Ward No. 2 for the City of Hooker. Candidates in that race were Rod Childress and Monty Cathcart. Childress gleaned 113 of the 264 votes cast or 42.8 percent of the votes, while Cathcart came in on top to finish the unexpired term with 151 votes (57.2 percent).
In the Hooker race for Ward No. 3, James Farley received 57 percent of the votes to edge out Larry Hinds who got 43 percent.
Once the ballots are deemed official, the Town of Tyrone may welcome top three vote getters Mark Winner, Ron Crist and Merriloy Judd-Parker to the Board of Trustees. Winner was the top vote getter with 74 (23.9 percent) followed by a close finish between Crist with 59 (19 percent) and Judd-Parker with 52 (16.8 percent). Candidate Denzil Duvall was close on Judd-Parker’s heels with 51 (16.5 percent) of the 310 votes cast. Tanya Rivera received 42 votes (13.5 percent) and Benita M. Kennedy received 32 (10.3 percent).
Citizens in Tyrone also voted for a Board of Trustees candidate to fill an unexpired term - that race was
“unofficially” won by Ronald C. Glenn who received 67 of the 101 ballots cast (66.3 percent) compared to Lynn Nowak’s 34 (33.7 percent).
The race for Tyrone Town Clerk saw candidate Misty De La O taking home 76 of the 106 ballots cast (71.7 percent) over Marsha Buxton Mosburg’s 30 votes (28.3 percent).
Ronald C. Glenn who received 67 of the 101 ballots cast (66.3 percent) compared to Lynn Nowak’s 34 (33.7 percent).
The race for Tyrone Town Clerk saw candidate Misty De La O taking home 76 of the 106 ballots cast (71.7 percent) over Marsha Buxton Mosburg’s 30 votes (28.3 percent).
Only 164 votes were cast in the Goodwell Board of Trustees race where two candidates will fill the seats that are open. C.A. Green was the top vote getter with 67 votes (40.9 percent) followed by Samuel Nelson with 53 (32.3 percent). Kyle Fesmire received 24 votes (14.6 percent) and Misha Moore received 20 votes (12.2 percent) in that race.
The two candidates who “unofficially” have won seats on the Town of Texhoma Board of Trustees are Jamey B. Mitchell with 129 votes (36.3 percent) and Ralph Hyde with 105 votes (29.6 percent). Andrew Ferguson took home 57 of the votes (16.1 percent), followed by Jason Shoulders with 54 votes (15.2 percent) and David Wyatt with 10 votes (2.8 percent). There were 355 voters who took part in the Texhoma election.
Surrounding area elections found voters in Cimarron County casting 112 of their 193 votes for Delvenia Hipp to take a council member at large seat there. Candidate John L. Mike Barnes received 81 votes (42 percent). In the Town of Beaver, candidate Ron Carey received 124 votes (65.6 percent) for an unexpired council seat compared to Keith Borth’s 65 votes (34.4 percent). There were 189 voters who showed up to the polls for that race. For the full term election, Debbie Brennon was the top vote getter in Beaver County, taking home 223 of the 774 votes cast (28.8 percent). She was followed by Blane Smylie with 168 votes (21.7 percent), Dennis Woods with 144 votes (18.6 percent), Mary Ester Sallee with 126 votes (16.3 percent) and Linda Fisher with 113 votes (14.6 percent).
Voters passed a proposition in the Town of Beaver with 209 of the 393 votes cast in favor of it (53.2 percent) and 184 voting against it (46.8 percent).

© Texas Co. Election BoardGDH/Nancy Klecteka
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