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The Galveston County Daily News : Politics

December 22, 2014


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Chambers County tips House seat to GOP as Faircloth beats Criss

After years of close calls, the Texas House of Representatives district that represents Galveston has gone to a Republican candidate.

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Wednesday 11/05/2014
Gross, J. Long headed to League City council runoff; Becker, Cones, N. Long win
Posted: November 05, 2014

One of League City’s four council races will go to a runoff. Two other races were decided by landslides and a third will see a former councilman’s return.

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All 10 La Marque charter props pass
Posted: November 05, 2014

Voters on Tuesday gave the go-ahead for city officials to move forward with 10 changes to the city’s charter.

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Henry takes county judge's race
Posted: November 05, 2014

Straight ticket voting made for a Republican sweep in the major Galveston County races in Tuesday’s election. 

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Incumbents Herzog, O'Brien re-elected to Santa Fe school board
Posted: November 05, 2014

SANTA FE — Incumbents Theresa Herzog and Jason O’Brien were re-elected to the school board. 

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Monday 11/03/2014
Daily News providing live election coverage at GalvNews.com.
Posted: November 03, 2014

Join The Daily News for live election results, analysis, comments and more at galvnews.com

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A primer to the Galveston County elections
Posted: November 03, 2014

Voting can be a confusing thing for voters and poll workers alike. Each election The Daily News receives calls from voters with questions about the process, technical questions and even who is on the ballot.

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Sunday 11/02/2014
Stage set for Tuesday's election
Posted: November 02, 2014

Galveston County polls open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday with contested races for state representative, county judge, a county commissioner seat, a justice of the peace place on the bench and a big city council election in League City.

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Galveston County: Ballot snafu may delay Election Day vote tally
Posted: November 02, 2014

Because of more than 500 incorrectly printed mail-in ballots, Galveston County election officials expect delays in the final vote count Tuesday.

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