UPDATED: Mayor Sara Countryman, City Council contenders Julie Davis and Carol Langley likely winners in Montgomery races

With all voting precincts reporting in Montgomery County, Sara Countryman is projected to serve a second term as Mongtomery mayor, while Carol Langley and Julie Davis are the likely winners of City Council Positions 1 and 4, respectively. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)
With all voting precincts reporting in Montgomery County, Sara Countryman is projected to serve a second term as Mongtomery mayor, while Carol Langley and Julie Davis are the likely winners of City Council Positions 1 and 4, respectively. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

With all voting precincts reporting in Montgomery County, Sara Countryman is projected to serve a second term as Mongtomery mayor, while Carol Langley and Julie Davis are the likely winners of City Council Positions 1 and 4, respectively. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Updated Nov. 4 at 9:38 a.m.

With all 100 precincts reporting, Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman will likely win a second term, according to election results showing she received 65.13%, or 581 votes, whereas challenger Bill Clevenger received 34.87%, or 311 votes.

In the race for City Council Position 1, Carol Langley is the likely winning candidate, having received 74.19%, or 595 votes, while opposing candidate Mark Ferraz received 25.81% or 207 votes.

Candidate Julie Davis is the projected winner of Position 4, having received 74.09%, or 549 votes, while opposing candidate Nick Haddad received 25.91%, or 192 votes.

“I’m looking forward to serving the community for two years,” Davis said. “It was a long nine months of an election cycle, but I’m glad it's done.”



Results are updated as of 9:38 a.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.



Updated Nov. 3 11:05 p.m.

With all 100 precincts reporting, Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman is projected to be re-elected for a second term. Meanwhile, candidates for City Council Positions 1 and 4 Carol Langley and Julie Davis, respectively, are also the projected winners for their races.

Incumbent Sara Countryman will likely run a second term as mayor, having received 64.93%, or 574 votes, whereas challenger Clevenger received 35.07%, or 310 votes.

Countryman said she looks forward to a second term as mayor and expects to move forward with a comprehensive master plan started in her first term.

"In order to execute [the plan], I need some more time," Countryman said. "In this term, we can build upon that and execute it, and I am thrilled at that opportunity."

Meanwhile, Langley received 73.93%, or 587 votes, while opposing Position 1 candidate Mark Ferraz received 26.07% or 207 votes. Davis received 73.94%, or 542 votes, in the Position 4 race, and opposing candidate Nick Haddad received 26.06%, or 191 votes.

“I’m looking forward to serving the community for two years,” Davis said. “it was a long nine months of an election cycle but I’m glad it's done.”

Results are updated as of 11:05 p.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.



Posted Nov. 3 7:22 p.m.



Early voting results of the November 3 general election show incumbent Sara Countryman taking an early lead against challenger Bill Clevenger in the race for mayor of Montgomery. In the race for City Council Position 1, Carol Langley leads against Mark Ferraz and Julie Davis leads against Nick Haddad for Position 4.



Countryman received 65.28%, or 534 votes, while Clevenger received 34.72%, or 284 votes, according to unofficial early voting results.



In the race for Montgomery City Council Position 1, Langley received 73.26%, or 537 votes, while Ferraz received 26.74%, or 196 votes, according to unofficial early voting results. Meanwhile, Davis leads in the race for Position 4, with 73.67%, or 498 votes against opposing candidate Haddad, who received 26.33%, or 178 votes.



Results are updated as of 7:21 p.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.



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