Updated Nov. 6, 11:22 p.m.
With all precincts reporting, Dale Inman, Ray Sanders and Skeeter Hubert have won seats on the Conroe ISD school board. Inman received 37.44 percent, or 22,127 votes for Position 1; Sanders received 61.53 percent, or 35,098 votes for Position 2; and Hubert received 65.62 percent, or 37,761 votes for Position 3.
Candidates were not immediately available for comment on election night.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Updated Nov. 6, 9:26 p.m.
With 19 of 96 Election Day precincts in Montgomery County reporting, Inman continues to lead the race for Position 1 with 39.65 percent of votes, or 18,402 votes. Sanders likewise continues to lead the race for Position 2 with 63.38 percent of votes, or 28,334 votes, while Hubert continues to lead the race for Position 3 with 67.37 percent of votes, or 30,291 votes.
Posted Nov. 6, 9:04 p.m.
Dale R. Inman, Ray Sanders and Skeeter Hubert are leading the three contested Conroe ISD board of trustees positions, according to early voting and absentee results from Montgomery County.
Positions 1, 2 and 3—presently held by Melanie Bush, Ray Sanders and Skeeter Hubert, respectively, will be elected to four-year terms.
According to early voting and absentee ballot totals from Montgomery County, Dale R. Inman has 17,648 votes, or 40.17 percent; Theresa Wagaman has 12,261 votes, or 27.91 percent; Kathleen Harmatuk-Swisher has 7,519 votes, or 17.11 percent; and Paul K. Piper Jr. has 6,506 votes, or 14.81 percent.
This position was previously held by board President Melanie Bush, who is running for Montgomery County treasurer.
Incumbent Ray Sanders is leading the race for Position 2 with 63.76 percent of the votes, or 26,961 votes. Opponent April Andreski has received 24.15 percent of the votes, or 10,211 votes, while Kevin McZeal has received 12.09 percent of the votes, or 5,113 votes.
Incumbent Skeeter Hubert is leading the race for Position 3 with 63.76 percent of the votes, or 28,831 votes, while opponent Jamie Quinn has received 31.16 percent of the vote, or 13,670 votes.
All results are unofficial until canvased.