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Sunday, December 15, 2013

BULLETIN: Runoff Election Results from the Saturday, December 14, 2013 Houston City Council and HCC Runoff Races

 
Congratulations to All The Candidates Who Won Their Respective Runoff Races in the Saturday, December 14, 2013 Runoff Elections for Houston City Council and HCC Board Trustee 
 
 By Aubrey R. Taylor
President of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications
Publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine

On behalf of Aubrey R. Taylor Communications, the publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine, I would like to take this moment to congratulate all the candidates who won their respective races in the Saturday, December 14, 2013 runoff races for Houston City Council and HCC Board of Trustees. It takes a lot of courage to answer the call to “Public Service” and we would like to thank Helena Brown, Brenda Stardig, Georgia Provost, Dwight Boykins, Graci Garces, Robert Gallegos, Andrew C. Burks, David Robinson, Michael Kubosh, Roy Morales, Yolanda Navarro Flores, Zeph Capo, Adriana Tamez, Herlinda Garcia, Robert Glaser and Phil Kunetka for stepping up to the plate and answering the call. For your complete breakdown from the Saturday, December 14, 2013 Runoff Elections click this link.

HERE IS A GLANCE AT THE RESULTS

On Saturday, December 14, 2013, Houston voters for the most part ignored this runoff elections. Only 5,388 of the 70,734 registered voters in DISTRICT A actually voted in this runoff election. Only 5,752 of the 110,678 registered voters in DISTRICT D actually voted in this runoff election. Only 3,531 of the 62,833 registered voters in DISTRICT I actually voted in this runoff election. Only 36,127 of the 956,380 registered voters in the City of Houston actually voted in HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION #2 runoff election. Only 36,127 of the 953,380 registered voters in the City of Houston actually voted the HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION #3 runoff election. Only 3,052 of the 83,695 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT I actually voted in this runoff election. Only 3,433 of the 70,754 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT III actually voted in this runoff election. Only 3,593 of the 91,840 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT V actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston City Council -- District A
Brenda Stardig vs. Helena Brown
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT A: Brenda Stardig won by receiving 2,734 votes or 51.11% of the vote. Helena Brown only received 2,615 or 48.89% of the vote. Only 5,388 of the 70,734 registered voters in DISTRICT A actually turned out to vote. That means this race was decided by 7.62% of the registered voters in this district. Only 5,388 of the 70,734 registered voters in DISTRICT A actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston City Council -- District D
Georgia D. Provost vs. Dwight Boykins
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT D: Dwight Boykins won by receiving 3,960 votes or 70.08% of the vote. Georgia Provost only received 1,691 or 29.92% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 5.20% of the registered voters. Only 5,752 of the 110,678 registered voters in District D actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston City Council -- District I
Graci Garces vs. Robert Gallegos
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT I: Robert Gallegos won by receiving 1,819 or 52.68% of the vote. Graci Garces only received 1,634 votes or 47.32% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 5.62% of the registered voters. Only 3,531 of the 62,833 registered voters in District I actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston City Council -- At-Large Position 2
David Robinson vs. Andrew Burks, Jr.
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION #2: David D. Robinson won by receiving 16,776 votes or 51.03% of the vote. Andrew C. Burks, Jr. only received 16,101 or 48.97% of the vote. That means this race was determined by 3.79% of the registered voters. Only 36,127 of the 956,380 registered voters in the City of Houston actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston City Council -- At-Large Position 3
Michael Kubosh vs. Roy Morales
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RUNOFF RESULTS HOUSTON CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE POSITION #3: Michael Kubosh won by receiving 18,019 votes or 53.35% of the vote. Roy Morales only received 15,753 votes or 46.65% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 3.79% of the registered voters. Only 36,127 of the 953,380 registered voters in the City of Houston actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston Community College -- District I
Yolanda Navarro Flores vs. Zeph Capo
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HCC TRUSTEE FOR DISTRICT 1: Zeph Capo won by receiving 1,569 votes or 52.99% of the vote. Yolanda Navarro Flores only received 1,392 votes or 47.49% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 3.65% of the registered voters. Only 3,052 of the 83,695 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT I actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston Community College -- District III
Adriana Tamez vs. Herlinda Garcia
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HCC TRUSTEE FOR DISTRICT 3: Adriana Tamez won by receiving 1,706 or 52.51% of the vote. Herlinda Garcia only received 1,543 or 47.49% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 4.85% of the registered voters. Only 3,433 of the 70,754 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT III actually voted in this runoff election.

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Houston Community College -- District V
Phil Kunetka vs. Robert Glaser
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RUNOFF RESULTS FOR HCC TRUSTEE FOR DISTRICT 5: Robert Glaser won by receiving 2,013 votes or 59.61% of the vote. Phil Kunetka only received 1,364 or 40.39% of the vote. That means this race was decided by 3.91% of the registered voters. Only 3,593 of the 91,840 registered voters in HCC DISTRICT V actually voted in this runoff election.
 
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REMIND EVERYONE YOU KNOW ABOUT THE TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 2014 DEMCOCTATIC AND REPUBLICAN TEXAS PRIMARY ELECTIONS

Remind your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to vote in the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic or Republican Primary. Below are a few of the candidates who are seeking your vote and support in the upcoming 2014 Primary Elections.

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