Incumbent James Noack re-elected for Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner

Updated 11:30 p.m. CST

According to unofficial voting results and with 90 out of 90 precincts reporting, incumbent James Noack has won the race for Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner, defeating Jay Mac Sanders. Noack has held has been Precinct 3 Commissioner since 2012. Noack garnered 14,743 votes, or 72.82 percent, while Sanders earned 5,503 votes or 27.18 percent.

There are no opposing Democratic candidates running for Montgomery County Precinct 3 commissioner.

Noack grew up in the Spring area and has worked in various roles in the financial industry for 17 years. His campaign focused on being proactive in planning for future transportation needs of the county and wisely managing taxpayer dollars and the county’s resources.

Noack said he is thankful of his supporters and is looking forward to making plans for the future.

"I'm humbled by the support in this election, but not at all surprised," he said. "Precinct 3 is made up of good, positive, forward-thinking voters and my campaign reflected that along."

Noack said he wants to let supporters know he will continue to be their voice as Precinct 3 commissioner and work on solutions to problems the precinct currently faces.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 9:30 p.m. CST

According to unofficial early voting results, incumbent James Noack is leading  Jay Mac Sanders in the March 1 Republican primary election for the Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner. Noack has garnered 7,340 votes, or 75. 08 percent, with Jay Mac Sanders behind with 2,437 votes, or 24.92 percent.

There are no opposing Democratic candidates running for Montgomery County Precinct 3 commissioner.

Incumbent Noack, was first elected for Precinct 3 commissioner in 2012. He grew up in the Spring area and has worked in various roles in the financial industry for 17 years. If re-elected, Noack said is his main priority would be to continue to be proactive in planning for future transportation needs of the county and the wise management of taxpayer dollars and the county’s resources.

Sanders is an active resident of Panther Creek Village in the Woodlands and is a graduate of Baylor University. He is a broker with Mustard Seed Realtors and has worked in Washington D.C. for United States senators and a Fortune 500 Utility Company in their federal governmental affairs department. If elected, Sanders said his main priority would be to repair broken relationships in order to move forward in fiscally conservative ways to accomplish their goals and needs of Precinct 3.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

 

 


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