The following races are being contested in the May 4, 2019 election. Candidates are listed as they will appear on the ballots.

College of the MainlandBoard of Trustees, District 4

Dawn King

Edward Munoz III

Texas City Independent School DistrictBoard of Trustees, District 2

Mable Pratt

Kerry Pettijohn

Dickinson Independent School DistrictBoard of Trustees, District 5

Rhonda Hart

Corey Magliolo

City of League CityProposition A

The issuance of $73,000,000 of general obligation bonds for flood protection and drainage improvements, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof

For

Against

Proposition B

The issuance of $72,000,000 of general obligation bonds for streets, roadways, and mobility improvements, and the levying of the tax in payment thereof

For

Against

Proposition C

The adoption of a local sales and use tax in the city of League City at the rate of one and one quarter percent (1.25 percent)

For

Against

City of FriendswoodCity Council Position 4

Robert J. Griffon

City Council Position 6

Brent Erenwert

Carl W. Gustafson

City of GalvestonProposition A

Shall the city council have the authority to extend the imposition of a fee for parking a motor vehicle on Seawall Boulevard between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. daily, to be collected by a paid parking system with use of the proceeds restricted to funding seawall enhancements, including but not limited to lighting, bathrooms, showers, landscaping, maintenance, and litter control, with the creation of a reserve for the replacement of capital improvements on the seawall and not to exceed 10 percent of the proceeds for administrative costs, all in accordance with state law; and giving the city council authority to increase the fee for parking a motor vehicle on Seawall Boulevard to an amount of $2.00 per hour, with a minimum purchase of 2 hours, and not to exceed $16.00 per day, and an annual permit not to exceed $45.00, until December 31, 2029 unless otherwise renewed or amended by a majority of qualified voters?

For

Against

City of DickinsonCity Council, Position 2

Sean Skipworth

Bruce Henderson

Kevin D. Edmonds

City Council, Position 4

Wally Deats

City Council, Position 6

William H. King, III

H Scott Apley

Proposition A

A proposition relating to the reauthorization of the Local Sales and Use Tax in the City of Dickinson at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

For

Against

City of KemahMayor

Carl A. Joiner

Terri Gale

City Council, Position 2

Wanda Zimmer

City Council, Position 4

Joseph A. Wilson

Robin Collins

City of Santa FeCity Council, Place 1

Scot Rice

Paul Shelley

Claude Hoke IV

City Council, Place 4

Ronald “Bubba” Jannett

Fidencio “Junior” Leija

City Council, Place 5

Bill Pittman

City of HitchcockMayor

Randy Stricklind

Monica Cantrell

City Commission, District 1

Fard Karriem Abdullah

Mack Chapman

City Commission, District 2

Brandon Faulkner

David Sendejas

Chris Armacost

City of Bayou VistaBoard of Aldermen, Position 2

Pete Van Beek

Tami Inman

Board of Aldermen, Position 3

Paul Hershey

Board of Aldermen, Position 4

Lou Wortham

Joshua Ryan Christie

City of Clear Lake ShoresMayor

Kurt Otten

City Council (Vote for 0, 1 or 2)

Christy Lyons

Ralph P. Kliza

Jan Bailey

City of Jamaica BeachMayor

Steve Spicer

Board of Aldermen (Chose 0, 1 or 2)

Clay Morris

Rosemary M. Lindley

David Welch

Terry Rizzo

San Leon Municipal Utility DistrictProposition A

Shall the Board of Directors of San Leon Municipal Utility District, be authorized to issue the bonds of said district in one or more issues or series in the maximum amount of $39,840,000.00 maturing serially or otherwise in such installments as are fixed by said board over a period or periods not exceeding forty (40) years from their date or dates, bearing interest at any rate or rates, and to sell said bonds at any price or prices, provided that the maximum net effective interest rate as defined in Chapter 1204 of the government code, as amended, on any issue or series of said bonds shall not exceed the maximum legal limit in effect at the time of issuance of each such issue or series, all as may be determined by the board of directors of said district, for the purpose of the purchase, acquisition and construction of works, improvements, facilities, plants, equipment and appliances for the waterworks and sanitary sewer system and additions, extensions and improvements thereto and the purchase or acquisition of any and all property, contract rights, rights of use, and interests in property necessary, appropriate or incident to the purchase, construction or other acquisition of such waterworks and sanitary sewer system and additions, extensions and improvements thereto and the payment of all expenses in any manner incidental thereto, in accordance with the engineering report, and such expenses as are incidental to the administration and financing of the district which under applicable law may properly be paid from the proceeds of such bonds, and to provide for the payment of principal of and interest on such bonds by the levy and collection of a sufficient tax upon all taxable property within said district for such period of time as the board of directors determines, as may be provided in the orders or resolutions authorizing the issuance of such bonds, all as authorized by the constitution and laws of the state of Texas?

For

Against

Galveston County Water Control and Improvement District No. 12Proposition A

Shall the Board of Directors of Galveston County Water Control Improvement District No. 12, be authorized to issue the bonds of said district in one or more issues or series in the maximum amount of $6,020,000 maturing serially or otherwise in such installments as are fixed by said board over a period or periods not exceeding forty (40) years from their date or dates, bearing interest at any rate or rates, as shall be determined within the discretion of the board of directors of the district at the time of issuance as authorized by the laws of the state of Texas as now enacted or hereafter amended, and to sell said bonds at any price or prices, all as may be determined by the board of directors of said district, for the purpose of the purchase, acquisition and construction of works, improvements, facilities, plants, equipment, and appliances for the waterworks, sewer and drainage systems and additions, extensions and improvements thereto and the purchase or acquisition of any and all property, contract rights, rights of use, and interests in property necessary, appropriate or incident to the purchase, construction, or other acquisition of such waterworks, sewer and drainage systems and additions, extensions and improvements thereto and the payment of all expenses in any manner incidental thereto, in accordance with the engineering report, and such expenses as are incidental to the administration and financing of the district which under applicable law may properly be paid from the proceeds of such bonds, and to provide for the payment of principal of and interest on such bonds by the levy and collection of a sufficient tax upon all taxable property within said district for such period of time as the board of directors determines, as may be provided in the orders or resolutions authorizing the issuance of such bonds, all as authorized by the constitution and laws of the State of Texas?

For

Against

Editor’s Note: Galveston County Municipal Utility District No. 66 has a proposition election. The language of the proposition could not be obtained by The Daily News before deadline.

John Wayne Ferguson: 409-683-5226; john.ferguson@galvnews.com or on Twitter @johnwferguson.

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