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The Galveston County Daily News: Nassau Bay

December 8, 2016

Nassau Bay

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Tuesday 12/06/2016
Sun returns, but gusty cold front to bring high winds and a chill
Posted: December 06, 2016

The welcome sight of bright sunshine greeted area residents today, following record rains that brought up to 14.77 inches to parts of the County. Elsewhere, Scholes Field officially measured 9.83 inches during the rain event and League City a more modest, though hardly inconsequential, 6.59 inches. Galveston needs only 0.46 inch of rain through the 31st to have its wettest December ever.

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Tuesday 11/29/2016
Soggy weather looming this weekend
Posted: November 29, 2016

Rains of 4-5 inches are not out of the question for many localities in Galveston County and various advisories are likely to be issued as the weekend nears.

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Monday 11/21/2016
A peek at Thanksgiving week weather and beyond
Posted: November 21, 2016

This week brings one of the longest and busiest holidays of all with Thanksgiving and the long Thanksgiving week looming. With many people planning to travel during this holiday, I thought it would be good to see what kind of weather we may have during this time.

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Monday 11/14/2016
A dry, mild week ahead, but rain is possible Friday, followed by a cool weekend
Posted: November 14, 2016

Unless you are a gardener or ready for real fall weather to set in, this week should be near ideal. Mostly sunny skies, with cool to mild nights and mild to warm afternoons will continue through Thursday or Friday. In fact, temperatures may even reach 80° over inland areas of the County by Thursday or Friday.

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Tuesday 11/08/2016
November 8, 2016 Election Results TICKER
Posted: November 08, 2016

Presidential electoral votesU.S Rep. District 14State Rep. District 23
R: Trump/PenceD: Clinton/KaineR: WeberD: ColeR: FairclothD: Criss
27921861.95%38.04%57.82%42.17%
 
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Monday 11/07/2016
November 8, 2016 Election Results
Posted: November 07, 2016

President of the United States
Donald J. Trump/Mike Pence, R53,343,18848.2%
Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine, D52,233,65747.2%
U.S. Representative, District 14
Randy Weber, R159,06161.95%
Michael Cole, D97,69638.04%
Texas Railroad Commissioner
Wayne Christian, R4,221,98352.97%
Grady Yarbrough, D3,078,02438.62%
Mark Miller, L416,6725.22%
Martina Salinas, G252,6363.17%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 3
Debra Lehrmann, R4,320,37754.19%
Mike Westergren, D3,088,89238.73%
Kathie Glass, L313,3403.92%
Rodolfo Riveria Munoz, G203,3472.54%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 5
Paul Green, R4,328,56354.12%
Dori Contreras Garza, D3,310,89941.40%
Tim Oxford, L260,2583.25%
Charles E. Waterbury, G97,3241.21%
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 9
Eva Guzman, R4,436,45255.54%
Savannah Robinson, D3,168,61339.67%
Don Fulton, L274,5583.43%
Jim Chisholm, G107,3391.34%
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2
Mary Lou Keel, R4,357,56454.69%
Lawrence "Larry" Meyers, D3,210,20740.29%
Mark Ash, L289,9763.63%
Adam King Blackwell Reposa, G109,1891,37%
Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5
Scott Walker, R4,347,53454.54%
Betsy Johnson, D3,226,60240.48%
William Bryan Strange III, L224,5172.81%
Judith Sanders-Castro, G171,2082.14%
Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6
Michael E. Keasler, R4,351,19054.78%
Robert Burns, D3,268,15941.14%
Mark W. Bennett, L323,5484.07%
State Senator, District 4
Brandon Creighton, R104,90285.58%
Jenn West, L17,67214.41%
State Representative, District 23
Wayne Faircloth, R36,36758.87%
Lloyd Criss, D25,40841.12%
Chief Justice, 1st Court of Appeals
Sherry Radack, G923,04452.29%
Jim Peacock, D841,92347,70%
Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 4
Evelyn Keyes, R902,53451.24%
Barbara Gardner, D858,85048.75%
Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 2
Kevin Jewell, R906,25852.64%
Candance White, D833,32147.35%
Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 9
Tracy Elizabeth Christopher, R926,25852.64%
Peter M. Kelly, D833,32147.35%
District Judge, 10th Judicial District
Kerry L. Neves, R77,95265.18%
Cornel Walker, D41,63734.82%
Bayview Municipal Utility District Bond Election
The issuance of $5 million total principal amount of bonds for freshwater supply and sanitary sewer improvements (and 1.5 times such amount to refund such bonds after issuance) to be paid from an adequate pledge of net revenues and levy of ad valorem taxes.
For24079.21%
Against6320.79%
Galveston ISD Board of Trustees
District 2-B
Robert M. "Matt" White39927.42%
David O'Neal1,05672.58%
High Island ISD Board of Trustees
Position 3
Marjorie M. McAlpin103100%
Position 4
Gary Kent116100%
Position 5
David DeMoss2514.79%
Jo E. Ball5633.14%
Chris Barrow6538.46%
Brice Borden2313.61%
League City City Council
Position 3
Brian Brown5,69920.10%
Brenton Spry6,19721.86%
Larry Millican16,45758.04%
Position 4
Todd Kinsey15,49255.53%
Rudy Salcedo12,40444.47%
Position 5
Greg Gripon16,17552.91%
Debbie Drury14,39847.09%
Galveston County Navigation District No. 1, Commissioners
Robert Mihovil1,90019.32%
Dennis Byrd3,63136.92%
Bill Quiroga2,02120.55%
Shane McDermott2,28323.21%
Santa Fe ISD Board of Trustees
Position 1
John Snider3,88462.42%
Christy Lala2,33837.58%
Position 2
Patrick Kelly3,57355.56%
Jody (Jonathan) Davis1,28620%
Lori Lala1,57224.44%
Position 3
Eric E. Davenport5,763100%
Position 7
Wayne Logan3,70658.22%
Jessica Hagewood2,65941.78%
Santa Fe ISD Bond Proposition
The issuance of $34 million school building bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the district (including the rehabilitation, renovation and improvement thereof), the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings and the purchase of new school buses, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof.
For4,74456.54%
Against3,64743.46%
State Senator, District 11
Larry Taylor, R84,415100%
State Representative District 24
Greg Bonnen, R59,654100%
Judge, 56th Judicial District
Lonnie Cox, R86,409100%
Judge, 405th Judicial District
Michelle Slaughter, R85,672100%
Galveston County Sheriff
Henry A. Trochesset, R86,836100%
Galveston County Tax Assessor-Collector
Cheryl E Johnson, R87,780100%
Galveston County County Commissioner, Pct. 1
Darrell A. Apffel, R22,706100%
Galveston County County Commissioner, Pct. 3
Stephen D. Holmes, D16,044100%
Galveston County Constable, Pct. 1
Rick Sharp, R24,179100%
Galveston County Constable, Pct. 2
Jimmy Fullen, R25,942100%
Galveston County Constable, Pct. 3
Derreck Rose, D9,678100%
Galveston County Constable, Pct. 4
Jerry Fisher, R31,559100%
Galveston County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4
Kathleen McCumber, R31,585100%

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Friday 11/04/2016
Wet weather could roll in by late Sunday
Posted: November 04, 2016

As anyone who lives on Galveston Island or anywhere on the mainland is aware, this is not your typical weekend. An estimated 400,000 people will attend the Lone Star Rally in Galveston, adding to traffic congestion from Houston to the coast.

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Tuesday 11/01/2016
Vote for sensible League City leadership
Posted: November 01, 2016

The decision to throw out the complaint against Mayor Pat Hallisey in League City is further evidence of the disingenuous, suspicious and unfounded motives of those who initiated the compliant ("Board: Mayor has no ethics violation," The Daily News, Nov. 1).

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After another record warm month, can we find any hope for a real cool down….or rain?
Posted: November 01, 2016

October 2016 went into the record books as the 2nd warmest October since observations began 145 years ago.

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