Pipes, Wooten, Boyce and Grimm prevail in LISD race
From Enterprise Staff
Mandi Murphy Pipes, Incumbent Kevin Wooten, Andrew Boyce and Kevin Grimm were elected to the Board of Trustees of the Livingston Independent School District following Tuesday’s general election.
Eight people were seeking election to four at-large seats on the board. Wooten and Marty Drake were the incumbents seeking reelection to the board. The two other seats were open. Following numerous terms on the board, Ben Ogletree III did not seek reelection. Krissa Bass Humphries resigned from the board in August and Alex Garcia was appointed to fill the unexpired term but did not opt to run for election to the board.
Pipes received 3,608 votes, Wooten received 2,595 votes, Boyce received 2,483 votes and Grimm received 2,376 votes. Drake received 2,372 votes, Cynthia Thomas received 2,234 votes, Christopher Moehlmann received 2,036 votes and John Whiteside received 964 votes.
Voters in the Corrigan-Camden ISD went to the polls to vote “for” or “against” two propositions in a bond issue election.
Proposition A is “The issuance of $21,490,700 of bonds by the Corrigan-Camden Independent School District for school facilities (and any necessary or related removal of existing facilities), and the purchase of any necessary sites for school facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof. Required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to Section 45.003, Texas Education Code: This is a property tax increase.”
Proposition A passed with 611 voting “for” and 559 voting “against.”
Proposition B is “The issuance of $3,675,200 of bonds by the Corrigan-Camden Independent School Distric65t for stadium facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof. Required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to Section 45.003, Texas Education Code: This is a property tax increase.”
Proposition B failed with 545 voting “for” and 621 voting “against.”
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