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Election Results for San Antonio, Bexar County and Texas

This Election Day, Nov. 2, Texas voters will see eight state propositions on their ballots. Each is a proposed amendment to the Texas Constitution and, as usual, voters will have the opportunity to vote “for” or “against” each of them. All of the potential amendments originated in the Texas Legislature because the state constitution cannot be amended by citizen-led ballot initiatives or petitions. Because of this, Texans vote on amendments in the fall of odd-numbered years, following the spring legislative session. Voters in Bexar County also will vote on a variety of propositions and a handful of open positions in local government. People in Texas House District 118 also will be able to vote in a special runoff election to choose one of two candidates to fill an open legislative seat.

Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).

* Indicates an incumbent

Texas House District 118

Precincts: 24 / 24 (100% reporting)
John Lujan (R)
51%
51%
5,924
Frank Ramirez (D)
49%
49%
5,638

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 1

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
84%
84%
1,242,625
Against 
16%
16%
239,783

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 2

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
63%
63%
931,453
Against 
37%
37%
544,834

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 3

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
62%
62%
925,447
Against 
38%
38%
557,093

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 4

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
59%
59%
845,030
Against 
41%
41%
592,585

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 5

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
59%
59%
852,336
Against 
41%
41%
586,686

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 6

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
88%
88%
1,293,922
Against 
12%
12%
178,665

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 7

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
87%
87%
1,285,384
Against 
13%
13%
190,109

Texas Constitutional Amendment Prop. 8

Precincts: 8,849 / 8,849 (100% reporting)
For 
88%
88%
1,291,920
Against 
12%
12%
180,179

Alamo Heights ISD Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
72%
72%
2,194
Against 
28%
28%
867

Bexar Co. Emergency Services Dist. 9 - Prop A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
65%
65%
214
Against 
35%
35%
117

Comal ISD Proposition A (Bexar Co. only)

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
63%
63%
1,796
Against 
37%
37%
1,051

Comal ISD Proposition B (Bexar Co. only)

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
65%
65%
1,855
Against 
35%
35%
992

Comal ISD Proposition C (Bexar Co. only)

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
52%
52%
1,470
Against 
48%
48%
1,357

Comal ISD Proposition D (Bexar Co. only)

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
52%
52%
1,472
For 
48%
48%
1,339

Comal ISD Proposition E (Bexar Co. only)

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
68%
68%
1,921
Against 
32%
32%
917

Converse Mayor

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Al Suarez 
67%
67%
1,164
Jim Sherman 
33%
33%
570

Converse Council Place No. 1

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Jacqueline Angulo 
59%
59%
957
Michael B. Meyer 
41%
41%
674

Converse Council Place No. 3

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Nancy Droneburg 
53%
53%
865
Sylvia Trevino-Meyer 
47%
47%
760

Converse Council Place No. 5

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Christopher L. Clark 
56%
56%
897
Dennis P. Nielsen 
44%
44%
692

East Central ISD Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
54%
54%
1,920
For 
46%
46%
1,662

Green Valley SUD Director At Large

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Steve Cooper 
37%
37%
69
James P. Hendrix 
37%
37%
69
Jill Zipp Bennett 
26%
26%
48

Helotes Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
54%
54%
387
For 
46%
46%
328

Judson ISD Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
55%
55%
4,051
For 
45%
45%
3,311

Judson ISD Proposition B

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
60%
60%
4,394
For 
40%
40%
2,948

Judson ISD Proposition C

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
52%
52%
3,811
For 
48%
48%
3,539

Schertz-Cibolo-UCity ISD Trustee Place 4

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Edward Finley 
59%
59%
434
Dudley Wait 
41%
41%
300

Schertz-Cibolo-UCity ISD Trustee Place 5

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Amy M. Thomas 
64%
64%
482
Gary W. Inmon 
36%
36%
275

Schertz-Cibolo-UCity ISD Trustee Place 7

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Belinda Evans 
55%
55%
403
Tony J. Lehman 
45%
45%
335

Schertz Council Place No. 6

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Allison Heyward 
62%
62%
239
Jeannine A. Graham 
38%
38%
146

Schertz Council Place No. 7

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Judith Williams 
59%
59%
228
Tim Brown 
41%
41%
159

Schertz Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
67%
67%
286
Against 
33%
33%
142

Southside ISD Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
68%
68%
1,029
For 
32%
32%
474

Universal City Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
85%
85%
1,986
Against 
15%
15%
347

Windcrest Mayor

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Dan Reese 
59%
59%
861
Sue Alexander 
41%
41%
597

Windcrest Council Place No. 4

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Marcus Yax 
51%
51%
726
Frank Archuleta 
49%
49%
707

Windcrest Council Place No. 5

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Joan Pedrotti 
59%
59%
846
Kim Dayoc 
41%
41%
593

Windcrest Proposition A

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
For 
87%
87%
1,262
Against 
13%
13%
196

Windcrest Proposition B

Precincts: 277 / 277 (100% reporting)
Against 
56%
56%
810
For 
44%
44%
644