Two incumbents, one challenger projected to win in New Caney ISD board of trustees election

With 57 of 57 of precincts reporting Election Day results in Montgomery County and early voting numbers in Harris County, two incumbents and one challenger are projected to win three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 2 election. (Courtesy Pexels)
With 57 of 57 of precincts reporting Election Day results in Montgomery County and early voting numbers in Harris County, two incumbents and one challenger are projected to win three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 2 election. (Courtesy Pexels)

With 57 of 57 of precincts reporting Election Day results in Montgomery County and early voting numbers in Harris County, two incumbents and one challenger are projected to win three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 2 election. (Courtesy Pexels)

Updated Nov. 2, 11:07 p.m.

With 57 of 57 of precincts reporting Election Day results in Montgomery County and early voting numbers in Harris County, two incumbents and one challenger are projected to win three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 2 election.


In the race for Position 3, incumbent Wendy Sharp is projected to defeat Oscar Ramirez, Jr. by a margin of 1,468 to 689 votes, or roughly 68.1% to 31.9% of the votes. Sharp, who was first elected to the board in 2018, commended her opponent.

“I have to say that my opponent, Oscar, ran a campaign with integrity,” Sharp said. "He’s a really great person. Going forward, it’s just great to continue the projects we’ve started. We’ve got building projects going, we’ve got safety projects we’ll continue to work on, [and] we have a lot of technology-oriented programs. We’ll just continue improving what we can offer our students.”

For Position 4, challenger Angela Tompkins is projected to win with 59.7%, or 1,311 votes. Incumbent Ricky Warwick received about 40.3%, or 885 votes.


“I am honored with the trust that the voters have put in me, and I look forward to serving the community,” Tompkins said.

In the race for Position 5, incumbent Chad Turner is projected to defeat challenger Dennis Alters by a margin of 1,217 to 949 votes, or roughly 56.2% to 43.8% of the votes. Turner was first elected to the board in 2012 and was reelected in 2015 and 2018.

“I would like to thank everyone who came out to vote and support me in the New Caney ISD election,” Turner said. “I plan to continue to work hard to do what is best for the students and staff in New Caney ISD.”

A small amount of votes are still set to arrive from the portion of the district within Harris County. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Updated Nov. 2, 9:54 p.m.

With 52 of 57 precincts reporting in Montgomery County, two incumbents and one challenger are in the lead for three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees.


In the race for Position 3, incumbent Wendy Sharp is leading challenger Oscar Ramirez, Jr. by a margin of 1,110 to 514 votes, or roughly 68.3% to 31.7% of the votes. Sharp was first elected to the board in 2018.

For Position 4, challenger Angela Tompkins has received roughly 53.8%, or 888 votes, while incumbent Ricky Warwick has received about 46.2%, or 763 votes. Warwick was first elected to the board in 2018.

In the race for Position 5, incumbent Chad Turner has received approximately 63.4% of the early voting ballots cast, or about 1,031 votes. Challenger Dennis Alters has received about 36.6%, or 596 votes. Turner was first elected to the board in 2012 and was reelected in 2015 and 2018.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted Nov. 2, 8:13 p.m.

Early voting results show two incumbents and one challenger taking the lead for three positions on the New Caney ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 2 election.


In the race for Position 3, incumbent Wendy Sharp is leading challenger Oscar Ramirez Jr. by a margin of 681 to 304 votes, or roughly 69.1% to 30.9%. Sharp was first elected to the board in 2018.

For Position 4, challenger Angela Tompkins has received roughly 55.1%, or 557 votes, while incumbent Ricky Warwick has received about 44.9%, or 454 votes. Warwick was elected to the board in 2018.

In the race for Position 5, incumbent Chad Turner has received approximately 57.7%, or about 557 votes, while challenger Dennis Alters has received about 42.3%, or 409 votes. Turner was first elected to the board in 2012 and was reelected in 2015 and 2018.

Early voting results include absentee ballots. All results are unofficial until canvassed.


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