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Saturday VOTER Info Updated!

 

 

Updated Voter information for Saturday, May 10, 2014 Election Day



LAST day to vote in local city, school board, school bond and sales tax elections!

Click on the links below for information on the particular races in your precinct!

If you do not see a special link for your school district or city listed, that means these taxing entities had NO election information on a website!  It is stunning how many make NO information available to the folks who pay the bills! In a couple of instances, we found some information in a local newspaper.

City of Tyler home page for polling locations: http://www.cityoftyler.org/Home.aspx
Smith County Elections page for precinct sample ballots & other information.  Scroll to the bottom of the page to select your precinct, which will bring up sample ballots: http://www.smith-county.com/Government/Departments/Elections/ElectionInfo.aspx

Chapel Hill ISD voting locations: http://www.chapelhillisd.org/ourpages/auto/2014/3/18/60624432/2014%20Bond%20Brochure-Revised.pdf

Bullard ISD voting location:
http://www.bullardnews.com/news/2014-04-30/Front_Page/Five_running_for_BISD_board.html
 

City of Lindale voting location: http://www.lindaletx.gov/pages/elections
 
City of Troup voting location: http://www.tricountyleader.com/newspanel/elections
 
Whitehouse ISD voting locations: 
http://www.tricountyleader.com/news/2014-05-08/Front_Page/City_of_Troup_WISD_elections_Saturday.html
 
CITY OF ARP
At large – two seats for City Council
Chris Stewart
Glenda Gibson, Incumbent
Terry Lowry 
Melinda English
 
Arp Mayor
Damon Nichols, Incumbent
Penny Wilson
 
BULLARD ISD 
Place 1
Tony Johnson, Incumbent
Jon Jacobs
 
Place 3
Richard Burrow, Incumbent
Dr. John Alexander
 
CHAPEL HILL ISD (The following is for information purposes only. Because Grassroots America does not yet have a consistent watchdog group of Chapel Hill ISD taxpayers, the Board will not take a position on the bond election.)
 
Proposition: “The issuance of $21 million of bonds by Chapel Hill Independent School District for the acquisition, construction and equipment of school buildings and levying the tax in payment thereof.” For info, go to: http://www.chapelhillisd.org/apps/bbmessages/show_bbm.jsp?REC_ID=76586
For information regarding the current bond compared to the $31.2 million bond proposal defeated last November, we were e-mailed only one contact – Tammy 903-714-0023.  We could not find any other websites with details about this issue or about the candidates.

Chapel Hill ISD Board of Trustees Place 4 
Fred Elder, Jr.
Tammy Humes
 
CITY OF LINDALE
Place 2
John Droblyn
Clyde Harper, incumbent
 
CITY OF TROUP
Mayor
John Whitsell, incumbent
Bill Lacy
 
CITY OF TYLER
Mayor
Joel Rando
Martin Heines – endorsed by Grassroots AmericaClick here for more info.
 
District 4 Council
Eleno Licea
Don Warren – recommended by Grassroots America. Click here for more info.
 
TYLER ISD – Click link below for district lines; check voter card for your district number.
http://press-releases.tylerisd.org/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/1698606/File/District% 20Site/Board/District%204.pdf
Info: http://www.tylerpaper.com/TP-News+Local/197391/cadidates-talk-tyler-isd#.U2k9mLlOXIU
 
Single Member District 2
Orenthia D. Mason, incumbent
Cedrick L. Granberry Sr.
 
Single Member District 5 (unexpired term)
Barbara Ann Smith
Ross Strader (appointed by the TISD Board)
 
CITY OF WINONA
Mayor
Rusty Smith, incumbent
De De Stroud

Alderman, two places, at-large
Pat Schlau, incumbent
Michael Jones, incumbent
Randy Haney
Robert Sabens
Rick Parker

Proposition One (Vote for or against)
THE REAUTHORIZATON OF A LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN WINONA, TEXAS, AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT, TO CONTINUE PROVIDING REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS.
 
Proposition Two (Vote for or against)
THE REAUTHORIZATON OF A LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN WINONA, TEXAS, AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT, TO CONTINUE PROVIDING FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENTS PURSUANT TO THE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT OF 1979.

WHITEHOUSE ISD
Place 1
Patrick D. Moran, incumbent
Brent Bockmon
 
Place 2
Howard Y. Patterson, incumbent
Tom Connor
 
Place 3
Darrell Crymes, incumbent
Hank Gilbert