Ed Robb, the incumbent for The Woodlands Township Position 4 director's position, is on his way to earning his third straight victory on the board, with 93 percent of Montgomery County precincts reporting and 88 percent of Harris County precincts reporting.
Robb received 11,132 votes, or 66 percent of the vote. Robb's challengers included, Sharon Lavery, with 2,828 vote, or 17 percent, Jim Meszaros, with 1,572 votes, or 9 percent and Walter Boyd, with 1,246 votes, or 7 percent.
"I am pleased the voters placed confidence in me once more, and I pledge to continue to work hard to protect the quality of life in The Woodlands," Robb said. "I will continue to have as high priorities public safety, and be good stewards of our tax dollars, transparency in our government, and working toward positive solutions in mobility."
Robb is seeking his third term on the township board of directors. Boyd, Lavery and Meszaros are seeking their first terms on the board. Township directors serve two-year terms on the board.
"I want to thank everyone who voted for me," Robb said. "I feel a great sense of gratitude and responsibility, and I will continue to earn their trust every single day in terms of being an effective director of the township board."
Boyd worked as an attorney for 50 years, practicing mostly criminal trial and appellate law. Boyd is also a minor playwright.
Lavery has worked for a Fortune 500 company for the past 23 years. She attended State University of New York at Buffalo, and received her bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and a master's degree in mechanical engineering.
Meszaros has worked as a registered representative/financial advisor with Thrivent Financial for the past 14 years. He has served on the township Planning and Zoning Commission.
Robb is the founding pastor of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. He was first elected to the township board of directors in 2010, when the township was established.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.