Two incumbents lose, one wins in New Caney ISD board of trustees elections

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Updated 11:32 p.m.

With all precincts reporting, the incumbents for New Caney ISD board of trustees positions 3 and 4 lost, while the incumbent for position 5 won. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Position 3

Wendy Allen Sharp won the race for New Caney ISD board of trustees Position 3 after receiving 43.1 percent, of the votes, and Andrew Riddick finished second with 38.6 percent of the votes. Incumbent Alan Moreau Jr. received 18.3 percent of the votes.

Position 4

Additionally, Ricky Warwick won the race for New Caney ISD board of trustees Position 4. Warwick received 51.1 percent of the votes, while incumbent Chris Wootton received 48.9 percent of the votes.

Position 5

Meanwhile, in the race for Position 5, incumbent Chad Turner kept his position. Turner received 53.7 percent of the votes, and Yavonne Q. Martinez finished in second after receiving 35.1 percent of the votes. Additionally, Andrew A. Clarence received 11.2 percent of the votes.

Posted 9:13 p.m.

With absentee and early voting ballots counted, the incumbents for New Caney ISD board of trustee positions 3 and 4 are losing, while the incumbent for position 5 is ahead. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Position 3

Wendy Allen Sharp leads in the race for New Caney ISD board of trustees Position 3, with early and absentee voters. Sharp received 42.4 percent, of the votes, and Andrew Riddick is in second after receiving 38.7 percent of the votes. Incumbent Alan Moreau Jr. received 18.8 percent of the votes.

Position 4

Ricky Warwick leads in the race for New Caney ISD board of trustees Position 4. Warwick received 50.5 percent, of the votes, and incumbent Chris Wootton is in second after receiving 49.5 percent of the votes.

Position 5

Meanwhile, in the race for Position 5, incumbent Chad Turner has an early lead. Turner received 56.2 percent of the votes, and Yavonne Q. Martinez is in second after receiving 33.5 percent of the votes. Additionally, Andrew A. Clarence received 10.3 percent of the votes.

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Zac Ezzone
Zac Ezzone began his career as a journalist in northeast Ohio, where he freelanced for a statewide magazine and local newspaper. In April 2017, he moved from Ohio to Texas to join Community Impact Newspaper. He worked as a reporter for the Spring-Klein edition for more than a year before becoming the editor of the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition.
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