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GENERAL ELECTION Straight Party □ Republican Party □ Democratic Party □ Libertarian Party □ Green Party President and Vice President □ Mitt Romney / Paul Ryan Republican Party □ Barack Obama / Joe Biden Democratic Party □ Gary Johnson / Jim Gray Libertarian Party □ Jill Stein / Cheri Honkala Green Party □ Write-in United States Senator □ Ted Cruz Republican Party □ Paul Sadler Democratic Party □ John Jay Myers Libertarian Party □ David B. Collins Green Party United States Representative, District 2 □ Ted Poe Republican Party □ Jim Dougherty Democratic Party □ Kenneth Duncan Libertarian Party □ Mark A. Roberts Green Party United States Representative, District 7 □ John Culberson Republican Party □ James Cargas Democratic Party □ Drew Parks Libertarian Party □ Lance Findley Green Party United States Representative, District 8 □ Kevin Brady Republican Party □ Neil Burns Democratic Party □ Roy Hall Libertarian Party United States Representative, District 9 □ Steve Mueller Republican Party □ Al Green Democratic Party □ John Wieder Libertarian Party □ Vanessa Foster Green Party United States Representative, District 10 □ Michael McCaul Republican Party □ Tawana W. Cadien Democratic Party □ Richard Priest Libertarian Party United States Representative, District 18 □ Sean Seibert Republican Party □ Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic Party □ Christopher Barber Libertarian Party United States Representative, District 22 □ Pete Olson Republican Party □ Kesha Rogers Democratic Party □ Steve Susman Libertarian Party □ Don Cook Green Party United States Representative, District 29 □ Gene Green Democratic Party □ James Stanczak Libertarian Party □ Maria Selva Green Party United States Representative, District 36 □ Steve Stockman Republican Party □ Max Martin Democratic Party □ Michael K. Cole Libertarian Party Railroad Commissioner □ Christi Craddick Republican Party □ Dale Henry Democratic Party □ Vivekananda (Vik) Wall Libertarian Party □ Chris Kennedy Green Party Railroad Commissioner, Unexpired Term □ Barry Smitherman Republican Party □ Jaime O. Perez Libertarian Party □ Josh Wendel Green Party Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 □ Don Willett Republican Party □ RS Roberto Koelsch Libertarian Party Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 □ John Devine Republican Party □ Tom Oxford Libertarian Party □ Charles E. Waterbury Green Party Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 □ Nathan Hecht Republican Party □ Michele Petty Democratic Party □ Mark Ash Libertarian Party □ Jim Chisholm Green Party Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals □ Sharon Keller Republican Party □ Keith Hampton Democratic Party □ Lance Stott Libertarian Party Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 □ Barbara Parker Hervey Republican Party □ Mark W. Bennett Libertarian Party Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 □ Elsa Alcala Republican Party □ William Bryan Strange, III Libertarian Party Member, State Board of Education, District 4 □ Dorothy Olmos Republican Party □ Lawrence Allen, Jr. Democratic Party Member, State Board of Education, District 6 □ Donna Bahorich Republican Party □ Traci Jensen Democratic Party □ Gene Clark Libertarian Party □ G C Molison Green Party Member, State Board of Education, District 8 □ Barbara Cargill Republican Party □ Dexter Smith Democratic Party State Senator, District 4 □ Tommy Williams Republican Party □ Bob Townsend Libertarian Party State Senator, District 6 □ R. W. Bray Republican Party □ Mario V. Gallegos, Jr. Democratic Party State Senator, District 7 □ Dan Patrick Republican Party □ Sam (Tejas) Texas Democratic Party State Senator, District 11 □ Larry Taylor Republican Party □ Jacqueline Acquistapace Democratic Party State Senator, District 13 □ Rodney Ellis Democratic Party State Senator, District 15 □ Bill Walker Republican Party □ John Whitmire Democratic Party State Senator, District 17 □ Joan Huffman Republican Party □ Austin Page Libertarian Party □ David Courtney Green Party State Senator, District 18 □ Glenn Hegar Republican Party State Representative, District 126 □ Patricia Harless Republican Party State Representative, District 127 □ Dan Huberty Republican Party □ Cody Pogue Democratic Party State Representative, District 128 □ Wayne Smith Republican Party State Representative, District 129 □ John E. Davis Republican Party

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State Representative, District 130 □ Allen Fletcher Republican Party □ Art Browning Green Party State Representative, District 131 □ Alma A. Allen Democratic Party □ Alfred N. Montestruc Libertarian Party □ Alfred Molison, Jr. Green Party State Representative, District 132 □ Bill Callegari Republican Party □ Phil Kurtz Libertarian Party State Representative, District 133 □ Jim Murphy Republican Party □ Gerald W. (Jerry) LaFleur Libertarian Party State Representative, District 134 □ Sarah Davis Republican Party □ Ann Johnson Democratic Party State Representative, District 135 □ Gary Elkins Republican Party □ Paul Morgan Democratic Party State Representative, District 137 □ M. J. Khan Republican Party □ Gene Wu Democratic Party State Representative, District 138 □ Dwayne Bohac Republican Party □ Lee Coughran Libertarian Party State Representative, District 139 □ Sam Brocato Republican Party □ Sylvester Turner Democratic Party State Representative, District 140 □ Armando Lucio Walle Democratic Party State Representative, District 141 □ Michael Bunch Republican Party □ Senfronia Thompson Democratic Party State Representative, District 142 □ Harold V. Dutton, Jr. Democratic Party State Representative, District 143 □ Doug Weiskopf Republican Party □ Ana Hernandez Luna Democratic Party State Representative, District 144 □ David Pineda Republican Party □ Mary Ann Perez Democratic Party □ Robb Rourke Libertarian Party State Representative, District 145 □ Carol Alvarado Democratic Party State Representative, District 146 □ Borris L. Miles Democratic Party State Representative, District 147 □ Garnet F. Coleman Democratic Party □ Deb Shafto Green Party State Representative, District 148 □ Jessica Cristina Farrar Democratic Party □ Henry Cooper Green Party State Representative, District 149 □ Dianne Williams Republican Party □ Hubert Vo Democratic Party State Representative, District 150 □ Debbie Riddle Republican Party □ Brad Neal Democratic Party Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 2 □ Jane Bland Republican Party □ Ron Lovett Democratic Party Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 6 □ Harvey Brown Republican Party □ Chuck Silverman Democratic Party Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 7 □ Terry Jennings Republican Party □ Natalia Cokinos Oakes Democratic Party Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 8 □ Michael Massengale Republican Party □ Nile Copeland Democratic Party Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 9 □ Rebeca Huddle Republican Party □ Kathy Cheng Democratic Party Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 □ Brett Busby Republican Party □ Barbara Gardner Democratic Party Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 4 □ Jeff Brown Republican Party □ Jim Wrotenbery Democratic Party Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 □ Martha Hill Jamison Republican Party □ Tanner Garth Democratic Party Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 6 □ Bill Boyce Republican Party Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 8 □ John Donovan Republican Party □ Julia Maldonado Democratic Party District Judge, 11th Judicial District □ Bruce Bain Republican Party □ Mike Miller Democratic Party District Judge, 61st Judicial District □ Jeff Hastings Republican Party □ Alfred ("Al") Bennett Democratic Party District Judge, 80th Judicial District □ Richard Risinger Republican Party □ Larry Weiman Democratic Party District Judge, 125th Judicial District □ John Coselli Republican Party □ Kyle Carter Democratic Party District Judge, 127th Judicial District □ Russell Lloyd Republican Party □ R. K. Sandill Democratic Party District Judge, 129th Judicial District □ Michael Landrum Republican Party □ Michael Gomez Democratic Party District Judge, 133rd Judicial District □ Lamar McCorkle Republican Party □ Jaclanel McFarland Democratic Party District Judge, 151st Judicial District □ John Wittenmyer Republican Party □ Mike Engelhart Democratic Party District Judge, 152nd Judicial District □ Don Self Republican Party □ Robert Schaffer Democratic Party District Judge, 164th Judicial District □ Bud Wiesedeppe Republican Party □ Alexandra Smoots-Hogan Democratic Party District Judge, 165th Judicial District □ Elizabeth Ray Republican Party □ Josefina Rendon Democratic Party District Judge, 174th Judicial District □ Robert Summerlin Republican Party □ Ruben Guerrero Democratic Party District Judge, 176th Judicial District □ Stacey Bond Republican Party □ Shawna L. Reagin Democratic Party District Judge, 177th Judicial District □ Ryan Patrick Republican Party □ Vivian King Democratic Party

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District Judge, 178th Judicial District □ Roger Bridgwater Republican Party □ David L. Mendoza Democratic Party District Judge, 179th Judicial District □ Kristin M. Guiney Republican Party □ Randy Roll Democratic Party District Judge, 215th Judicial District □ Ken Shortreed Republican Party □ Elaine H. Palmer Democratic Party District Judge, 333rd Judicial District □ Joseph "Tad" Halbach Republican Party □ Tracy D. Good Democratic Party District Judge, 334th Judicial District □ Ken Wise Republican Party □ Donna Roth Democratic Party District Judge, 337th Judicial District □ Reneé Magee Republican Party □ Herb Ritchie Democratic Party District Judge, 338th Judicial District □ Brock Thomas Republican Party □ Hazel B. Jones Democratic Party District Judge, 339th Judicial District □ Brad Hart Republican Party □ Maria T. Jackson Democratic Party District Judge, 351st Judicial District □ Mark Kent Ellis Republican Party □ Mack McInnis Democratic Party District Attorney □ Mike Anderson Republican Party □ Lloyd Wayne Oliver Democratic Party Judge, County Court at Law No. 1, Unexpired Term □ Debra Ibarra Mayfield Republican Party □ Erica M. Graham Democratic Party Judge, County Court at Law No. 2, Unexpired Term □ Theresa Chang Republican Party □ Damon Crenshaw Democratic Party County Attorney □ Robert Talton Republican Party □ Vince Ryan Democratic Party Sheriff □ Louis Guthrie Republican Party □ Adrian Garcia Democratic Party □ Remington Alessi Green Party County Tax Assessor-Collector □ Mike Sullivan Republican Party □ Ann Harris Bennett Democratic Party □ Jesse Hopson Libertarian Party County School Trustee, Position 3, At Large □ Mike Wolfe Republican Party □ Diane Trautman Democratic Party County School Trustee, Position 4, Precinct 3 □ Kay Smith Republican Party □ Silvia Mintz Democratic Party County School Trustee, Position 6, Precinct 1 □ JuLuette Bartlett-Pack Republican Party □ Erica S. Lee Democratic Party County Commissioner, Precinct 1 □ Chuck Maricle Republican Party □ El Franco Lee Democratic Party County Commissioner, Precinct 3 □ Steve Radack Republican Party □ Glorice McPherson Democratic Party County Commissioner, Precinct 4, Unexpired Term □ R. Jack Cagle Republican Party □ Sean Hammerle Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1, Place 1 □ Dale M. Gorczynski Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2, Place 1 □ JoAnn Delgado Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 3, Place 1 □ Mike Parrott Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 4, Place 1 □ J. Kent Adams Republican Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 5, Place 1 □ Russ Ridgway Republican Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 6, Place 1 □ Richard C. Vara Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 7, Place 1 □ Hilary H. Green Democratic Party Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 8, Place 1 □ Holly Williamson Republican Party □ Tommy Ginn Democratic Party Constable, Precinct 1 □ Joe Danna Republican Party □ Alan Rosen Democratic Party □ James C. Lancaster Libertarian Party □ Carlos Villalobos Green Party Constable, Precinct 2 □ Chris McDonald Republican Party □ Christopher ("Chris") Diaz Democratic Party Constable, Precinct 3 □ David Cruzan Republican Party □ Ken Jones Democratic Party Constable, Precinct 4 □ Ron Hickman Republican Party Constable, Precinct 5 □ Phil Camus Republican Party Constable, Precinct 6 □ Victor Trevino, Jr. Democratic Party Constable, Precinct 7 □ May Walker Democratic Party Constable, Precinct 8 □ Phil Sandlin Republican Party METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY Referendum Election Metropolitan Transit Authority, Referendum on Street Improvement Mobility Program THE CONTINUED DEDICATION OF UP TO 25% OF METRO'S SALES AND USE TAX REVENUES FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND RELATED PROJECTS FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 2014 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2025 AS AUTHORIZED BY LAW AND WITH NO INCREASE IN THE CURRENT RATE OF METRO'S SALES AND USE TAX. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Houston, Texas Special Election To Fill A Vacancy City of Houston, Council Member, District E □ Dave Martin □ Elizabeth C. Perez □ Lonnie Allsbrooks City of Houston, Texas Special Charter Amendment Election City of Houston, Proposition No. 1 (Relating to amending the Charter of the City of Houston by repealing (removing) language that is obsolete or has been superseded by state and/or federal law.) Shall the Charter of the City of Houston be amended by repealing (removing) language that is obsolete or has been superseded by other law: Article I, Section 2-a, annexation of territory; Article I, Section 2-b, extension of city boundaries; Article II, Sections 14 and 14a, operation of the Houston Independent School District; Article II, Section 16, paragraph 10, regulation of the price of goods; Article II, Section 16, paragraph 15, which authorizes unequal treatment of the disabled; and Article IX, Section 10, exemption of city employees from jury duty? □ Yes □ No

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City of Houston, Proposition No. 2 (Relating to amending the Charter of the City of Houston to conform initiative, referendum, and recall processes to current law) Shall Article V, Section 10 (adopted 1951), Article VII-a (adopted 1913), and Article VII-b (adopted 1913) of the Charter of the City of Houston be amended to remove obsolete references to party primaries and partisan City elections, to address the impact of current election laws and procedures, and to recognize the existence of council districts in initiative, referendum, and recall petition processes? □ Yes □ No City of Houston, Texas Special Bond Election City of Houston, Proposition A The issuance of $144,000,000 public safety improvement bonds for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and equipment of public safety public improvements for police and fire departments and the levying of taxes sufficient for the payment thereof and interest thereon □ For □ Against City of Houston, Proposition B The issuance of $166,000,000 park improvement bonds for the conservation, improvement, acquisition, construction and equipment of neighborhood parks, recreational facilities and bayous, including such green spaces along all bayous to create an integrated system of bayou walking, running and bicycle trails to enhance, preserve and protect the health of citizens, water quality, natural habitat and native wildlife and the levying of taxes sufficient for the payment thereof and interest thereon □ For □ Against City of Houston, Proposition C The issuance of $57,000,000 permanent public improvement bonds for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, remediation and equipment of permanent improvements that support public health, sanitation and other essential general services of the City and the levying of taxes sufficient for the payment thereof and interest thereon □ For □ Against City of Houston, Proposition D The issuance of $28,000,000 library improvement bonds for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and equipment of the public library system and the levying of taxes sufficient for the payment thereof and interest thereon □ For □ Against City of Houston, Proposition E The issuance of $15,000,000 affordable housing bonds for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and equipment of affordable housing and the levying of taxes sufficient for the payment thereof and interest thereon □ For □ Against City of Baytown Special Election City of Baytown, Proposition No. 1 The amendment of Section 9 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to conform this section to state law, to require a description of the annexation ordinance be published in a newspaper after the city council's first reading of the ordinance, and to reduce the number of days between publishing notice of the annexation in the newspaper and taking final action on the annexation. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 2 The amendment of Section 14 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to compensate the members of the City Council for their service up to the following amounts: Mayor................................ $1,000/month Council Members............... $500/month □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 3 The amendment of Section 31 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to conform this section to state law regarding the number of audits required per year. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 4 The amendment of Section 47 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to conform this section to state law regarding changes/ amendments to the budget, the filing of the budget, and the availability of the budget to the public. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 5 The amendments of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to repeal Sections 53 and 54 and to amend Section 52 to conform this section to the budget content requirements of state law. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 6 The amendment of Section 55 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to allow contingent appropriations to be used for the proper functioning of the City regardless of any declared emergency and to provide for the proper accounting of such expenditures. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 7 The amendment of Section 57 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to update this section to reference financing tools permitted by state law, including certificates of obligations and revenue bonds. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 8 The amendments of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to repeal Sections 59, 60, 61 and 63, to remove provisions regarding the form, content, title and sale of bonds which are governed by state law. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 9 The amendment of Section 68 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to clarify the legal level of control for fund transfers and to allow fund transfers between departments with the approval of the city council at any time instead of only during the last three months of a budget year. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 10 The amendments of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to repeal Sections 79 and 80 and to amend Section 78 to conform the issuance and terms of anticipation notes to state law. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 11 The amendment of Section 82 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to clarify the ad valorem tax rate limitation is for maintenance and operations of the City and to remove provisions concerning ad valorem tax valuation and assessment which are obsolete due to changes in state law. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 12 The amendments of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to repeal Sections 67(6), 83, 84, 85 and 86 to remove obsolete provisions concerning the assessment and collection of ad valorem taxes governed by state law. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 13 The amendment of Section 97 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to better distinguish between a referendum and an initiative, to limit the matters subject to an initiative ordinance, to set a standard of review by the courts, and to establish 1,000 as the number of qualified voters' signatures required for a valid initiative petition rather than a percentage of the number of all of the qualified voters who voted at the last mayoral election. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 14 The amendment of Section 62 and Section 98 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to remove the permissive referendum on bonds, to better distinguish between a referendum and an initiative, to limit the matters subject to a referendum ordinance, to establish a standard of review by the courts, to extend the time period for which a referendum petition may be filed from 20 days to 365 days, and to establish 1,000 as the number of qualified voters' signatures required for a valid referendum petition, rather than a percentage of the number of all of the qualified voters who voted at the last mayoral election. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 15 The amendment of Section 99 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to conform the initiative and referendum petitions to state law and to require the petition circulator to witness the persons signing the petitions. □ FOR □ AGAINST

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City of Baytown, Proposition No. 16 The amendment of Sections 104 and 111 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to establish the election date for referendum, initiative and recall elections, as the date of the next regular municipal election for which preclearance is obtained. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 17 The amendment of Section 110 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to require that the statement of the grounds for removal from office which are filed with the city clerk be attached to the petition being circulated. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 18 The amendment of Section 127 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to require members of the City Council as well as officers and employees of the City to comply with applicable state law conflict of interest provisions and to remove unenforceable, overbroad conflict of interest provisions. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of Baytown, Proposition No. 19 The amendment of Section 138 of the Charter of the City of Baytown, Texas, to conform the process for charter amendments to state law, to remove the requirement that the proposed charter amendments be mailed to every qualified voter in the city, to add the requirement that the proposed charter amendments be posted on the City's website, and to require a charter review committee be appointed by the city council at least 18 months before the date the City is required to call its regular municipal election. □ FOR □ AGAINST City of League City General Election City of League City, Council, Position #3 (Three Year Term) □ Mick Phalen □ Heidi Thiess City of League City, Council, Position #4 (Three Year Term) □ Todd Kinsey □ John E. Babcock □ Jay Frederick Ewend City of League City, Council, Position #5 (Three Year Term) □ Geri Bentley □ Phyllis Sanborn City of League City Special Election City of League City, Proposition No. 1 Shall Article II, Sections 1 and 3, and Article III, Section 1, of the City Charter be amended to provide for biennial elections on a uniform election date in even-numbered years, and allow a member of Council to serve a four year term rather than a three year term, effective with the 2014 general election, with adjustment of existing terms as necessary (not to ever exceed a one year extension of term) to cause municipal elections to occur every two years on a uniform election date, with the next municipal general election to occur in 2014, instead of every year as currently required for the terms of Mayor and Council members in the Charter? □ For □ Against City of League City, Proposition No. 2 Shall Article Il, Section 2, of the City Charter be amended to provide for more restrictive term limits such that no person may be a candidate for Mayor if serving a second consecutive mayoral term or be a candidate for Council if serving a second consecutive councilperson term? Currently, no person may be a candidate for Mayor if serving a third consecutive term as Mayor, or be a candidate for Council if serving a third consecutive term as a Councilperson. □ For □ Against City of League City, Proposition No. 3 Shall Article II, Sections 1 and 13, of the City Charter be amended to provide that the Mayor shall vote on any ordinance, resolution, action or question presented to the Council, and be counted for purposes of establishing a quorum, as any other member of City Council? Currently, the Mayor is prohibited from voting except in the case of a tie vote of City Council. □ For □ Against City of League City, Proposition No. 4 Shall Article II, Section 11, of the City Charter be amended to provide that a quorum of City Council for the transaction of business shall consist of 5 voting members of City Council? The current provision requires 5 councilpersons, excluding the Mayor, and may be affected by other proposed amendments being submitted, including allowing the Mayor to vote. □ For □ Against City of League City, Proposition No. 5 Shall Article IX of the City Charter be amended to include a new Section 8, in order to prohibit further renewal or deployment of photographic traffic enforcement systems on the City's public rights of way when the contract with Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc. expires pursuant to its terms? A vote "For" this proposition will prohibit future photographic enforcement as specified above, and a vote "Against" will allow the City to continue use of such enforcement. □ For □ Against City of League City,Proposition No. 6 Shall Article II, Section 22, Article V, Section 4, and Article VII, Section 8, of the City Charter be amended to avoid any confusion in interpretation of the existing provisions, by clarifying and adopting uniform language that a super majority consists of a four-fifths majority of the voting members of City Council, specifically including the Mayor, if given the right to vote? □ For □ Against City of League City, Proposition No. 7 Shall Article II, Section 7, of the City Charter be amended to provide that a Councilmember remaining absent for 3 consecutive meetings of Council of any kind, including special meetings or workshops, shall be determined to have vacated office? The current provision provides for determination of vacancy upon a Councilmember remaining absent for 3 consecutive regular meetings of City Council. □ For □ Against Houston Community College System Bond Election Houston Community College System, Proposition THE ISSUANCE OF $425,000,000 SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS FOR CONSTRUCTION, ACQUISITION, AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE SYSTEM, SCHOOL SITES AND THE LEVYING OF THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF □ For □ Against Channelview Independent School District Board of Trustee Election Channelview I.S.D., Trustee, Position No. 1 □ Keith Liggett □ Raquel Dobbins Channelview I.S.D., Trustee, Position No. 2 □ Steve Dennis □ Christa R. Colomb Channelview I.S.D., Trustee, Position No. 3 □ Lonnie (LoJo) Hays □ Willie Hodson Crosby Independent School District General Election Crosby I.S.D., Trustee, Position 4 □ David N. Shaver □ David Porter Crosby I.S.D., Trustee, Position 5 □ Carla Mills Windfont □ Will Locke Crosby I.S.D., Trustee, Position 7 □ James J. Hofmann □ Gerald Blankenship Cypress-Fairbanks I.S.D. General Election Cypress-Fairbanks I.S.D., Trustee, Position 3 □ Darcy Mingoia □ Lillian Wanjagi □ Bill Morris Cypress-Fairbanks I.S.D., Trustee, Position 4 □ Kevin H. Hoffman □ Angela M. Wesley HOUSTON I.S.D. SCHOOLHOUSE BOND ELECTION Houston I.S.D., PROPOSITION THE ISSUANCE BY HOUSTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF $1,890,000,000 SCHOOLHOUSE BONDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, ACQUISITION AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT (INCLUDING THE REHABILITATION, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT THEREOF) AND THE PURCHASE OF THE NECESSARY SITES FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS, AND THE LEVYING OF THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF □ FOR □ AGAINST HUFFMAN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION Huffman I.S.D., SCHOOL TRUSTEE, POSITION NO. 4 □ Dean L. Tinnin Huffman I.S.D., SCHOOL TRUSTEE, POSITION NO. 5 □ Charles Bardwell

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Huffman I.S.D., SCHOOL TRUSTEE, POSITION NO. 6 □ Matt Dutton Huffman I.S.D., SCHOOL TRUSTEE, POSITION NO. 7 □ Patrick Keith □ Guy Smith Klein I.S.D. School Board Trustee Election Klein I.S.D. Trustee, Position 3 □ William F. (Bill) Pilkington □ Jim Smith Klein I.S.D. Trustee, Position 4 □ Stephen J. Szymczak Klein I.S.D. Trustee, Position 5 □ Ronnie Anderson New Caney Independent School District General Election New Caney I.S.D., Trustee, Position 3 □ Alan Moreau, Jr. New Caney I.S.D., Trustee, Position 4 □ Jeromi Wright New Caney I.S.D., Trustee, Position 5 □ Gary Lemley □ Chad Turner North Forest Independent School District School Board Election North Forest I.S.D., Trustee, Position 4 □ Thaddeus Seals North Forest I.S.D., Trustee, Position 5 □ Linda Bell Robinson □ JoAnna Love Casey □ Albert Coleman Sheldon Independent School District Trustee Election Sheldon I.S.D., Trustee Position 1 □ Keith Norwood □ Shane Schultz Sheldon I.S.D., Trustee Position 2 □ Latricia Archie Sheldon I.S.D., Trustee Position 3 □ Eileen Palmer Spring Independent School District General Trustee Election Spring I.S.D., Trustee, Position 6 □ Ron Crier □ Jim Davis Spring I.S.D., Trustee, Position 7 □ Jana Anders Harris County Fresh Water Supply District No. 1-A Bond Election Harris County F.W.S.D. No. 1-A, Proposition 1 THE ISSUANCE OF $6,140,000 UNLIMITED TAX BONDS AND LEVY OF TAXES ADEQUATE TO PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF THE BONDS □ For □ Against Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 127 Directors' Election Harris County M.U.D. No 127, Directors
Vote for None, 1, 2 or 3

Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 89 Directors' Election Harris County W.C.I.D. No. 89 Directors
Vote for None, 1, 2 or 3

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John R. Gagne Katrina Ortega Don R. Baylor Arthur C. Zavala B.A. (Khris) Scherwitz

HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 148 Operations and Maintenance Tax Election Harris County M.U.D. No. 148, Proposition 1 An operations and maintenance tax not to exceed fifty cents ($0.50) per one hundred dollars ($100) valuation of taxable property □ For □ Against Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 179 Directors Election Harris County M.U.D. No. 179, Director
Vote for None, 1, 2, or 3

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Karri Garza Sharyn Smalls Michael Clancy Smith Victoria D. Lastee Byron Keith Watson, Sr. Charles "C.G." Johnson Arthur Washington

Emergency Services District No. 200 General Election E.S.D. No. 200 Board of Emergency Services Commissioners
Vote for None, 1 or 2

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Brooke Robinson Roger Lieder Tom Garbett Tommy Davis

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Dennis D. Malcolm Al Nash Mark Kishbaugh C.H. "Buddy" Myers David J. Ross

Northampton Municipal Utility District Bond Election Northampton M.U.D., PROPOSITION THE ISSUANCE OF $38,000,000 OF BONDS, AND THE LEVY OF AD VALOREM TAXES ADEQUATE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF BONDS □ For □ Against Northampton Municipal Utility District Election for Designation of a Defined Area, Bond Election, and Maintenance Tax Election Northampton M.U.D., PROPOSITION 1 DESIGNATION OF THE DEFINED AREA □ FOR □ AGAINST Northampton M.U.D., PROPOSITION 2 ISSUANCE OF $41,000,000 OF UTILITY BONDS, AND THE LEVY OF AD VALOREM TAXES TO RETIRE THE BONDS □ FOR □ AGAINST Northampton M.U.D., PROPOSITION 3 ISSUANCE OF $17,000,000 OF ROAD BONDS, AND THE LEVY OF AD VALOREM TAXES TO RETIRE THE BONDS □ FOR □ AGAINST Northampton M.U.D., PROPOSITION 4 LEVY OF A MAINTENANCE TAX □ FOR □ AGAINST

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