May 2021 election results for Nueces, San Patricio and Aransas counties


Several cities and school districts around the Coastal Bend held elections on Saturday, May 1. Below are the results for races in Nueces, San Patricio and Aransas counties.

Stickers for voters in Nueces County

NUECES COUNTY

Bishop CISD

Board of Trustee Place 3

  • Jennifer A. Ruiz – 77 votes
  • Reynaldo Longoria – 23 votes

City of Driscoll

Mayor

  • Mark Gonzalez – 80 votes
  • Roland Gonzalez Jr. – 41 votes

City Commissioner

  • Ariana Maldonado – 61 votes
  • Elissa Rivera –  86 votes 
  • Rolando “Orly” Gonzalez – 41 votes

Tuloso-Midway ISD

Board of Trustees Place 7 (unexpired term)

  • Kim Shick – 19 votes 
  • Paul Arriaga – 120 votes
  • Denise Villalobos – 63 votes
  • Kimberly Boone – 181 votes 

SAN PATRICIO COUNTY

City of Aransas Pass

Mayor

  • Jason Knight – 179 votes 
  • Adan Chapa – 314 votes 
  • Ram Gomez – 377 votes 

Council Member Place 1

  • Carrie Scruggs – 457 votes 
  • Eric Kindervater – 394 votes 

Council Member Place 3

  • Hector Rios – 419 votes
  • Jan Moore – 434 votes

Aransas Pass ISD

School Trustee Place 1

  • Victor Galvan – 687 votes 

School Trustee Place 2

  • John Mullenax – 679 votes 

School Trustee Place 3 (two-year unexpired term)

  • Olivia McCall – 627 votes 

School Trustee Place 4 (two-year unexpired term)

  • Delfino Flores – 635 votes 

School Trustee Place 5

  • David Rector – 706 votes 

School Trustee Place 7

  • Wanese Butler – 451 votes 
  • Terry Stansberry – 349 votes 

City of Ingleside

Council Member Place 1

  • Julio Salinas – 313 votes
  • Colten McCumber – 118 votes 
  • Raymond Drysdale – 190 votes

Council Member Place 3

  • Jacob Atcher – 294 votes 
  • Stewart Wilson – 296 votes 

Council Member Place 5

  • Steve Diehl – 372 votes 
  • Ricardo Trevino Jr. – 225 votes 

City of Ingleside Special Election Propositions

Charter Amendment A

Should Section 3.01.A of the City Charter be amended to make Council terms of office 3 years instead of 2 years?

  • Yes – 216 votes 
  • No – 406 votes 

Charter Amendment B

Should Section 3.02 of the City Charter be amended to require Councilmembers to maintain residency in the City throughout their terms of office?

  • Yes – 599 votes
  • No – 23 votes

Charter Amendment C

Should Section 3.04 of the City Charter be amended to require that Councilmembers be paid $50.00 per meeting not to exceed $100 in any month?

  • Yes – 376 votes 
  • No – 234 votes 

Charter Amendment D

Should Section 3.06.B.3 of the City Charter be amended to provide that if a Councilmember misses six (6) Regular City Council meetings in an election span, twelve (12) months, his/her seat is vacant?

  • Yes – 559 votes 
  • No – 53 votes 

Charter Amendment E

Should Section 3.09, paragraph 3 of the City Charter be amended to provide that three (3) Councilmembers or the Mayor may call a special meeting? The only change is that it currently says 3 or more. The change eliminates “or more”?

  • Yes – 422 votes 
  • No – 178 votes 

Charter Amendment F

Should Section 3.11 of the City Charter be amended by adding a Subpart D to require the Council to appoint a Sunset Committee every eight (8) years to review ordinances for continued relevance?

  • Yes – 502 votes
  • No – 88 votes

Charter Amendment G

Should Section 3.13.B of the City Charter be amended to require ordinance codification every 180 days?

  • Yes – 408 votes 
  • No – 166 votes 

Charter Amendment H

Should Section 3.13.C of the City Charter be amended to require that copies of the City ordinances and resolutions, in addition to being placed in certain named public places, also be placed on the City website?

  • Yes – 559 votes 
  • No – 41 votes 

Charter Amendment I

Should Section 3.15 of the City Charter be amended to require, in addition to other public places already required, that the audit be placed on the City website?

  • Yes – 550 votes 
  • No – 42 votes 

Charter Amendment J

Should Section 4.02.C of the City Charter be amended to allow the Council to appoint an Associate Judge, to assist the Municipal Court, or to serve in the absence or disability of the Municipal Court Judge?

  • Yes – 479 votes 
  • No – 110 votes 

Charter Amendment K

Should Section 4.02.E of the City Charter be amended to require the Municipal Court Clerk to generally perform for the Municipal Court the same duties a court clerk performs for a district court or county court at law?

  • Yes – 452 votes 
  • No – 126 votes 

Charter Amendment L

Should Section 4.06 second paragraph of the City Charter be amended to provide that members of city boards, committees, and commissions shall serve one-year terms and any number of consecutive one-year terms, unless otherwise provided by State Law or this Charter?

  • Yes – 461 votes 
  • No – 114 votes 

Charter Amendment M

Should Section 4.08.C of the City Charter be amended to provide that the Chief of Police is required to be a city resident?

  • Yes – 499 votes 
  • No – 110 votes 

Charter Amendment N

Should Section 5.01.A of the City Charter be amended to require that the Council fix the location where regular Council elections will be held?

  • Yes – 482 votes 
  • No – 113 votes 

Charter Amendment O

Should Section 5.01.B of the City Charter be amended to provide that Council fix the location where Council “special elections” will be held?

  • Yes – 471 votes 
  • No – 110 votes 

Charter Amendment P

Should Section 5.01.C of the City Charter be amended to require the Council to inform voters of the location of City Council elections?

  • Yes – 567 votes 
  • No – 29 votes 

Charter Amendment Q

Should Section 5.02.A.1 of the City Charter be amended to add the requirement that City Council members be city residents throughout their terms in office?

  • Yes – 575 votes 
  • No – 26 votes 

Charter Amendment R

Should Section 6.04.A of the City Charter be amended to provide the City Secretary ten (10) business days after a petition is filed to complete and provide a certificate of sufficiency or insufficiency?

  • Yes – 536 votes 
  • No – 40 votes 

Charter Amendment S

Should Section 6.04.E of the City Charter be amended to provide the City Secretary ten (10) business days to complete and provide a certificate of sufficiency of an amended petition?

  • Yes – 528 votes 
  • No – 43 votes 

Charter Amendment T

Should Section 7.03.D of the City Charter be amended to require posting of the budget on the City website?

  • Yes – 551 votes 
  • No – 43 votes 

Charter Amendment U

Should Section 7.09.B of the City Charter be amended to require under new part (1) that all requests for emergency or routine services not requiring a bid shall be awarded on a round robin basis to all local vendors?

  • Yes – 394 votes 
  • No – 172 votes 

Charter Amendment V

Should Section 7.09.B of the City Charter be amended to require under new part (2) that the vendor list should be reviewed annually by City staff for workmanship and pricing?

  • Yes – 545 votes 
  • No – 34 votes 

Charter Amendment W

Should Section 7.09.B of the City Charter be amended to require under new part (3) that any vendor removed from the bid list shall have a right to appeal removal to the City Council at a Regular City Council Meeting within ninety days?

  • Yes – 521 votes 
  • No – 51 votes

Charter Amendment X

Should Section 7.09.C of the City Charter be amended by adding part (8) to require that all contracts shall be awarded via sealed bids; all bids shall be opened by Department Head, Director of Finance, and City Secretary if contract is estimated to be under $25,000.00. Bids shall be opened by City Manager, Director of Finance, and City Secretary if contract is estimated to be $25,000.00 or more?

  • Yes – 506 votes 
  • No – 61 votes 

Charter Amendment Y

Should Section 11.04 of the City Charter be amended to read – Persons related within the second degree by affinity, or within the third degree by consanguinity to any elected officer of the City, or to the City Manager, shall be appointed to monetarily compensated offices, positions, or clerkships or other services of the City, only in accordance with Texas Government Code?

  • Yes – 410 votes 
  • No – 137 votes 

City of Ingleside on the Bay

Alderman/City Council

  • Suzi Wilder – 94 votes 
  • Gary Lee Davis – 53 votes 
  • Shawn Gillespie – 88 votes 
  • Ann Nyberg – 128 votes 
  • Tom Daley – 125 votes 
  • Tim Jolly – 93 votes 



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