UPDATED: Unofficial results in for Friendswood bond

Early voting results are in the the Friendswood bond. (Courtesy Fotolia).
Early voting results are in the the Friendswood bond. (Courtesy Fotolia).

Early voting results are in the the Friendswood bond. (Courtesy Fotolia).

Updated at 2:56 p.m., Nov. 6.

All Harris County votes have come in for the bond.

Propositions A, B, D, E and F all passed in Harris County. With combined Galveston and Harris County votes, Propositions A, B and F all passed.

"I want to express my thanks to everyone who voted in the City’s Special Bond Election. I also want to thank all of the people who gave time and resources to share their opinions while maintaining the civility that makes Friendswood such a great community. It is encouraging to see democracy in action, especially on the local level," Friendswood Mayor Mike Foreman said in a written statement.

Proposition A received 2,202 votes for it and 2,137 against it between the two counties.


Proposition B received 2,394 votes for it and 1,959 against it between the two counties.

Proposition C received 1,705 votes for it and 2,617 against it between the two counties.

Proposition D received 2,028 votes for it and 2,313 against it between the two counties.

Proposition E received 2,121 votes for it and 2,206 against it between the two counties.

Proposition F received 2,954 votes for it and 1,398 against it between the two counties.

Updated at 6:47 p.m., Nov. 6

With 754 out of 757 voting centers reporting in Harris County, more votes have come in for the Friendswood bond.

Proposition A has received 480 out of 727 votes in favor, or 66.02% of the vote. Proposition B received 486 out of 729 in favor, or 66.67% of the vote. Proposition C is the only item in Harris County so far with a majority of voters not in favor of the vote. The proposition received 377 out of 719 votes against it, or 52.43% of the vote. Proposition D received 447 out of 729 votes in favor, or 61.32% of the vote. Proposition E received 426 out of 724 votes in favor, or 58.84% of the vote. Proposition F received 613 out of 740 votes in favor, or 82.84% of the vote.

Combined with the Galveston County votes, Propositions A, B and F have received a majority vote in favor, so far. Propositions C, D and E are falling short of a majority, so far. Harris County is still waiting on three voting centers to report.

Updated at 11:03 p.m., Nov. 5.

58 out of 757 voting centers are reporting in Harris County. With the votes comes more Harris County support for Propositions A, B, D, E and F.

Proposition A received 226 out of 338 votes, or 66.86% of the vote; Proposition B received 213 out of 339 votes, or 62.83% of the vote; Proposition D received 201 out of 339 votes, or 59.29% of the vote; Proposition E received 194 out of 336 votes, or 57.74% of the vote and Proposition F received 273 out of 342 votes, or 79.82% of the vote.

Proposition C received 179 out of 336 votes, or 53.27% of the vote, against it.


Updated at 10:19 p.m., Nov. 5.

With all 92 precincts reporting, Friendswood bond Propositions B and F find favor with Galveston County voters.

Proposition B, which would allocate funds to public safety received 1,908 out of 3,624 votes, or 52.65% of the vote. Proposition F, which would allocate funds to drainage, received 2,341 out of 3,612 votes, or 64.81% percent of the vote.

Proposition A received 1,890 out of 3,612 votes, or 52.33% of votes against it; Proposition C received 2,240 out of 3,603 votes, or 62.17% of votes against it; Proposition D received 2,031 out of 3,612 votes, or 56.23% of votes against it; and Proposition E received 1,908 out of 3,603 votes, or 52.96% of votes against it.

In Harris County, more results are starting to trickle in. Proposition A received 151 out of 226 votes for it, or 66.81% of the vote. Proposition B received 143 out of 226 votes for it, or 63.27% of the vote. Proposition D received 130 out of 226 votes, or 57.52% of the vote. Proposition E received 120 out of 222 votes for it, or 54.05% of the vote. Proposition F received 182 out of 228 votes for it, or 79.82% of the vote.

Proposition C received 125 out of 224 votes against it, or 55.8% of the vote in Harris County.

Updated 9:12 p.m., Nov. 5.

More results have come in for the bond election for Harris County. Here are the results, so far.

In Galveston County, 51.7% of the vote is for Proposition A, with the item receiving 1,093 votes out of 2,114. 54.96% of the vote is for Proposition B, with the item receiving 1,164 out of 2,118 votes. 57.83% of the vote is against Proposition C, with the item only receiving 1,222 out of 2,113 votes against it. 53.02% of the vote is against Proposition D, with 1,122 out of 2,116 votes against it. 52.23% of the vote is against Proposition E, with 1,102 out of 2,110 votes against it. 66.92% of the vote is for Proposition F, with the item receiving 1,414 out of 2,113 for it.

Early voting results for the Friendswood bond have come in for Galveston County and Harris County voters.

The bond has six propositions relating to capital improvements in the city as well as seed money for drainage projects along Clear Creek.

Proposition A would fund improvements on the old Food Lion building, which is set to become the new public works facility. So far, 51.84% of the votes in Galveston County are for the proposition, with a total of 2,091 votes recorded. And 66.51% of the votes in Harris County are for the proposition, with a total of 212 votes recorded.

Proposition B allocates money to public safety, specifically a Fire Station No. 2 replacement, a fire training field and a public safety building. So far, 54.84% of the votes in Galveston County are for the proposition, with a total of 2,095 votes recorded. And 62.74% of the votes in Harris County are for the proposition, with a total of 212 votes recorded.

Proposition C would fund a new activity center. As of now, 57.7% of the votes in Galveston County are against the proposition, with a total of 2,090 votes recorded. Meanwhile, 54.76% of the votes in Harris County are against the proposition, with a total of 210 votes recorded.

Proposition D would allocate funds to extend Friendswood Lakes Boulevard as well as fund traffic improvements and sidewalks. As of now, 53.1% of the votes in Galveston County are against the proposition, with a total of 2,094 votes recorded, and 57.28% of the votes in Harris County are for the proposition, with a total of 213 votes recorded.

Proposition E allocates money to parks. The money would improve existing parks as well as build new ones and would also fund improvements at the city swimming pool. So far, 52.3% of the votes in Galveston County are against the proposition, with a total of 2,088 votes recorded, and 52.86% of the votes in Harris County are for the proposition, with a total of 210 votes recorded.

Proposition F allocates seed money for drainage along Clear Creek. As of now, 66.65% of the votes in Galveston County are for the proposition, with a total of 2,090 votes recorded, and 79.07% of the votes in Harris County are for the proposition, with a total of 215 votes recorded.
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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