Updated at 11 p.m. May 4

With both precincts reporting, incumbent Jeff Larson has won his reelection bid against challenger Albert Wittliff for Position 4 on Clear Creek ISD's board of trustees, unofficial election results from the district show.

Larson received 723 votes, or 54.52% of the vote total, to Wittliff's 603 votes, or 45.48% of the vote, unofficial results show.

Following the latest results, Larson told Community Impact he wanted to thank his supporters, saying without them and their work, the win wouldn't have been possible. He also thanked Wittliff for his interest in running, as well as district staff for running the election.

"I'm looking forward to helping the district prepare our students for great futures post-graduation over the next three years," Larson said.

Updated 8:55 p.m. May 4

With one of two precincts reporting, unofficial election results from Clear Creek ISD show incumbent Jeff Larson leading challenger Albert Wittliff in the race for Position 4 on the board of trustees.

Larson has 571 votes, or 52.87% of the vote total, while Wittliff has 509 votes, or 47.13% of the vote total, unofficial election results from the district's website show.

Posted 8:01 p.m. May 4

As of 7 p.m., polls were closing across Texas, and results were starting to roll in for local elections across the state.

For Clear Creek ISD, which has one competitive board race, Jeff Larson is leading Albert Wittliff with a vote total of 451 votes, or 57.38%, to 335 votes, or 42.62%, according to unofficial results reported by the district.

The details

Larson, the incumbent, said meeting the challenges of the district’s budget, which could have a shortfall due to declining enrollment and rising costs, was his top priority.

Wittliff, his challenger, said he wants to ensure schools are safe and secure, and staff the district’s libraries. He added he wants to keep funds focused on teachers and students.

To read more about the pair, click here to see a Q&A with the candidates.

The pair are running for Position 4 on the board, which covers parts of Galveston and Harris counties, and also runs into Houston, Clear Lake and Webster, according to a map from the district.

What else?

The district had two other seats set to appear on the ballot, but only the incumbents filed, meaning the races were not contested, according to the district.

Those trustees were Jay Cunningham in District 5 and Jonathan Cottrell, who occupies the at-large Position A seat, according to the district’s website.

What’s next?

Community Impact will update this article as more election day vote totals are released. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.