Results are in from the May 1st elections held on Saturday.
Several things were on the ballot this round of elections, which included city council positions and a bond project for Richards ISD.
That bond for Richards ISD was passed with 78 percent of people voting in favor of the bond’s passage. Final tally was 212 votes for, and 60 votes against.
In the election for Mayor of Plantersville, Karen Hale retains her seat, after she defeated Carolyn Kurten by a 10 vote margin, taking 69 votes to Kurten’s 59. Also in Plantersville, Kimberly Allphin won a tight race for Alderman.
In Navasota, Grant Holt remains in his seat on City Council, after taking 84 percent of the vote over Eustacio Ostigin.
Rachel Foy remains on Anderson-Shiro’s board of trustees, who took 63 percent of the vote over Lonnie Owen.
Two propositions passed in Bedias and Iola.
In the Northeast, Bedias Proposition A, reauthorizing local sales and use tax at .25 percent for road repair, passed with 21 of 22 total votes in favor of the proposition.
The same proposition passed in Iola, with 11 votes in favor, and two votes against the proposition.