With all 131 voting centers reporting June 15 runoff election results in Harris County, results are in for the two runoff contests on the Harris Central Appraisal District's board of directors.
  • Kyle Scott has won the HCAD, director at-large, Place 2 seat. Scott earned 26,880 votes, or 57.21% of votes, compared to his opponent Melissa Noriega's 20,106 votes, or 42.79%.
  • Ericka McCrutcheon has won the HCAD, director at-large, Place 3 seat. McCrutcheon earned 28,786 votes, or 61.55% of votes, compared to her opponent Pelumi Adeleke's 17,979 votes, or 38.45%
All results are unofficial until canvassed.

What they're saying

McCrutcheon took to social media on June 16, thanking voters.

"Wow! What a journey! Harris County! Thank you for the election victory for HCAD board of directors! I appreciate your support on this journey and giving me a 61% victory. I am honored to serve the people of Harris County as your new board member. Thank you for the win!" she said on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Also of note

The newly elected directors will take office July 1 and serve a term that expires Dec. 31, 2026, according to an HCAD news release. Serving on the appraisal district board is also an unpaid position.

Appraisal board members serve in more administrative roles, such as hiring the chief appraiser, setting the appraisal district’s annual budget and communicating with external stakeholders. The elected board members are not setting local property values, as previously reported by Community Impact.