Election Results

Election Results

May 10. 2014 Election Results

District 6

Tracy Andrus     (Early Votes - 315) Total - 415
Garret Boersma (Early Votes - 656) Total -796

District 7

Ed Smith                   (Early Votes - 846) Total - 1,013
Leo John Morris, Sr. (Early Votes - 361) Total - 462

Local Option Proposition -

The legal sale of mixed beverages
in restaurants by food and beverage certificate holders.
 

FOR -          (early votes - 1,856)             Total - 2296
AGAINST - (early votes - 908)                Total - 1078
LOCAL OPTION PROPOSITION PASSED BY: 1218

 

 

May 12, 2012 Election Results

District 5

Kenneth Moon (Early Votes - 60) Total - 82
Charlie Oliver (Early Votes - 229) Total - 281

District 6

Larry Michels (Early Votes - 239) Total - 303
Garrett Boersma (Early Votes - 277) Total - 423

District 7

Ed Smith (Early votes - 403) Total - 527
William D."Buddy" Power (Early votes - 234) Total - 287

Proposition No. 1 – Shall the Marshall Home Rule Charter be amended to remove and delete any sections or provisions of the Charter that have been superseded by specific state laws regarding the City’s authority to manage, administer, or govern the City’s public school system?

Yes For Amending Charter Yes Total - 1,239
No For Amending Charter No Total - 551


Proposition No. 2 - Shall the Marshall Home Rule Charter be amended to accurately provide for the City Commission to consist of seven (7) members elected from seven (7) single-member districts, with elections being held for Districts 1, 2, 3, and 4 in odd numbered years and elections for Districts 5, 6, and 7 being held in even numbered years, in accordance with state and federal law by revising Section 64 of Article III of the Charter?

Yes For Amending Charter Yes Total - 1,413
No For Amending Charter No Total - 376


Proposition No. 3 - The reduction of the rate of local sales and use tax in the City of Marshall dedicated for the benefit of a Type A Economic Development Corporation from one-half (1/2) of one percent to three-eighths (3/8) of one percent, and the adoption of a local sales and use tax in the City of Marshall at the rate of one-eighth (1/8) of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

Yes For The Proposition Yes Total - 964
No Against The Proposition No Total - 916

Copyright © 2014 City of Marshall Texas