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Cold night ahead with surface high pressure in the region. Winds will become southeast Friday into the weekend as high pressure moves east. An increase in clouds will occur as well. Next cold front due in late Monday with a chance of showers and maybe a thunderstorm. ...
Comprehensive results of local elections
SOUTHEAST TEXAS - The voters have spoken in Southeast Texas and the results mean some incumbents will serve new terms while in other cases challengers have ousted people in office.
A bond issue to build a new fire station in Water District 10 was far ahead but still not final late Saturday night.
Shortly before midnight, the bond issue to build a new $1 million fire station was ahead, with 152 votes (65%) for the bond issue and 83 votes (35%) against.
All of the results are final in Port Arthur city council and school board races. In District One, incumbent Raymond Scott, Jr. defeated Mike Mason in a close race, 409 votes (51%) to 393 votes (49%).
In District Two, Tiffany Hamilton (168 votes/49%) defeated Cal Jones (129 votes/37%) and Maria Block (48 votes/14%).
In District Four, Stephen Mosely (562 votes/58%) defeated Laura Miguez (413 votes/42%).
In District Seven, incumbent Derrick Freeman (1,640 votes/62%) defeated Reginald Trainer, Sr. (1,007 votes/38%).
In Position Eight, Kaprina Frank (1,359 votes/51%) defeated incumbent Kerry Thomas (1,024 votes/39%) and Lowra Reado-Harrison (275 votes/10%).
In the Port Arthur school board race, incumbents Thomas Kinlaw (1,640 votes/39%) and Kenneth Lofton (917 votes/22%) kept their seats and defeated Debra Ambroise (899 votes/21%), Anthony McDaniel (562 votes/13%) and Efrain Avendano (182 votes/4%).
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