Here's where Election Night results stand for North Houston-area races

See where elections stand as of late Tuesday in the north Houston area.(Community Impact staff)
See where elections stand as of late Tuesday in the north Houston area.(Community Impact staff)

See where elections stand as of late Tuesday in the north Houston area.(Community Impact staff)

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Here’s a recap of how races in the north Houston area shaped up on Election Night. These results are as of 11:44 p.m. Nov. 3.



Harris County



County attorney



Democratic candidate Christian Dashaun Menefee took the lead over Republican candidate John Nation.



District attorney



Democratic incumbent Kim Ogg likely wins her re-election over Republican candidate Mary Nan Huffman.



Sheriff



Democratic incumbent Ed Gonzalez will likely be re-elected over Republican opponent Joe Danna.



Tax assessor-collector



Democratic incumbent Ann Harris Bennett took the lead ahead of Republican opponent Chris Daniel—former District Clerk.



Clerk



Democratic candidate Teneshia Hudspeth is leading Republican candidate—and former clerk—Stan Stanart.



Precinct 3 commissioner



Republican candidate Tom Ramsey pulled ahead of Democratic candidate Michael Moore in the race to replace outgoing long-time Republican Commissioner Steve Radack.



Precinct 4 constable



Republican incumbent Mark Herman appears to keep his seat over Democratic opponent Jeff McGowen.



Precinct 5 constable



Republican incumbent Ted Heap leads the race for constable against Democratic opponent Mark Alan Harrison.



Montgomery County



Sheriff



Republican incumbent Rand Henderson appears to win his re-election campaign against Democratic candidate Maher Husseini.



Precinct 1 Commissioner



Republican candidate Robert Walker appears to win the race over Democratic candidate Mike Midler in the race to fill outgoing Commissioner Mike Meador’s seat.



Precinct 3 Commissioner



Republican incumbent James Noack is the likely winner over Democratic contender Lore Breitmeyer Jones.



457th District Court



Republican incumbent Vince Santini—appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott earlier this year to lead the newly created court—appears to win the election against Democratic challenger Marc M. Meyer.



Local races



Humble City Council Position 3



While Arliss Bentley led the three-way race late Tuesday, no candidate received more than 50% of the vote.



East Montgomery County Improvement District Position 3



The four-way race left no candidate received more than 50% of the vote late Tuesday. However, Ronald Willingham appeared to have a commanding lead, followed by David Miller.



The Woodlands Township



Incumbent Gordy Bunch appears to keep his seat in Position 1 on the township board, over opponent Jerry D. Smith, Jr.



The four-way race for the Position 2 seat appears to be won by incumbent Jason J. Nelson, followed by Jimmie Dotson.



Incumbent Bruce Rieser appears to be the likely winner in the race for Position 4 against Dan Hannon.



Montgomery Mayor



First-term incumbent Sara Countryman appears to be the likely winner over Bill Clevenger.



Montgomery City Council



Candidate Carol Langley appears to be the likely winner for Position 1, leading opponent Mark Ferraz.



Candidate Julie Davis led the race for Position 4 over opponent Nick Haddad.



Tomball ISD



Incumbent Matt Schiel appears to be the likely winner for Position 5 over opponent Lonnell Graham.



No candidate in the three-way race for the Position 6 trustee seat received more than 50% of votes. However, incumbent Justin Unser appears to take the lead, followed by opponent Ursula Gassaway.



Incumbent Lee McLeod appears to be the likely winner for Position 7 over opponent Annisa White.



Montgomery ISD



Candidate Mike Hopkins appears to lead the race for the Position 1 trustee seat with incumbent Jim Dossey—current president of the board of trustees—trailing.



Candidate Shawn Denison looks to take the seat for Position 2 with incumbent and current vice president of the board Adam Simmons trailing.



Montgomery ISD



With no incumbents in the trustee race for Position 3, candidate Laurie Turner appears to be the likely winner, leading Ron Herridge.



Conroe Mayor



Candidate—and current city council member—Jody Cjazkowski appears to be the likely winners in the race for mayor, leading incumbent Toby Powell, who died in September. Should Powell have received the most votes, the move would have forced a special election.



Conroe City Council



Candidate Todd Yancey pulled ahead for Place 1 in the three-way race, having a commanding lead on incumbent Duane Ham and candidate Brandon Polk.



With no incumbents in the race for Place 2, candidate Curt Maddox leads late Tuesday over candidate Carl White.



The six-way run for Place 5 left no candidate with more than 30% of the vote late Tuesday. However, three candidates received at least 20% of votes—Kelley Inman, Marsha Porter and Frank Jackson.



Magnolia Mayor



Incumbent Todd Kana appears to win the race for Magnolia mayor.



Conroe ISD



Candidate Stacey Chase appears to be the likely winner for Position 6, leading opponent Ashley Fehrle.



Incumbent Scott Moore appears to be the likely winner for Position 7, leading opponent Miesha Weaver.



Klein ISD



Incumbent Georgan Reitmeier looks to keep his seat in Position 1 against Lannie McKelvin Milon.



In a narrow lead, incumbent Doug James leads the race for Position 2 against Alvin Vaughn.



Willis ISD



The four-way race for Position 2 has Paulett Traylor appearing to win the seat.



For Position 6, Charles “Coach” Perry, Sr. appears to take the lead against incumbent Michelle Bischof.



Lone Star College System



In District 3, Lesheia Ayers-Wilson appears to take the lead over incumbent Alton Smith.



In District 9, candidate Jim Cain appears to have the lead over incumbent Ken E. Lloyd.



Local Propositions



The Willis ISD Proposition A, calling for a $100.15 million bond, appears to pass with the majority of votes in support of the proposition.

The Montgomery County Emergency Services District 10 Proposition A, calling for a sales tax increase, appears to fail, with the majority of votes being cast in opposition of the proposition.



Legislative races



Texas Legislature

Republican incumbent Cecil Bell appears to keep his seat in District 3 against opponent Martin Shupp.

Republican incumbent Steve Toth takes a commanding lead over opponent Lorena Perez McGill.



Republican incumbent Sam Harless leads the race for District 126 over Natali Hurtado.

Republican incumbent Dan Huberty takes a commanding lead for District 127 over opponent Neko Antoniou.

Republican incumbent Tom Oliverson appears to keep his seat in District 130 against opponent Bryan J. Henry.

Republican Mike Schofield appears to take a lead over Democratic incumbent Gina Calanni for District 132.

Democratic incumbent Harold V. Dutton Jr. took a commanding lead for District 142 over Republican opponent Jason Rowe.

Republican incumbent Valoree Swanson in District 150 leads the three-way race, followed by Democratic opponent Michael Robert Walsh.

Republican incumbent Brandon Creighton appears to keep his seat in Senate District 4.

U.S. Congress

Republican incumbent Dan Crenshaw appears to be the likely winner for U.S. District 2.

Democratic incumbent Lizzie Fletcher appears to keep her seat in District 7 with a slight lead over Republican incumbent Wesley Hunt.

Republican incumbent Kevin Brady appears to win the District 8 race.

Republican incumbent Michael McCaul took a slight lead over Democratic opponent Mike Siegel in the race for District 10.

Results are updated as of 11:44 p.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.

By Anna Lotz

Editor, Tomball/Magnolia & Conroe/Montgomery

Anna joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. In July 2017, she transitioned to editor for the Tomball/Magnolia edition. She began covering the communities of Conroe and Montgomery as well in 2020. Anna covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Anna served as editor-in-chief of Cedars, interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., and spent time writing for the Springfield News-Sun and Xenia Daily Gazette.