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The results are in and here are the results of some of the elections covering our Alamo Colleges District Service Area:

U.S. Senate

Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas)

 

U.S. Congress

US House 20 – Representative Joaquin Castro (D-20th)
US House 21 – Representative Chip Roy (R-21st)
US House 23 – Representative-Elect Tony Gonzales (R-23rd)
US House 28 – Representative Henry Cuellar (D-28th)
US House 35 – Representative Lloyd Doggett (D-35th)

State Board of Education

Lani Popp (D-District 5)

 

Texas House of Senate
New composite of the Texas Senate: Republicans: 18, Democrats: 13 (formerly 19 Rs, 12 Ds)

Senate District 19 – Senator-Elect Roland Gutierrez (D-San Antonio)
Senate District 20 – Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa (D-McAllen)
Senate District 21 – Senator Judith Zaffirini (D-Laredo)
Senate District 24 – Senator Dawn Buckingham (R-Lakeway)
Senate District 26 – Senator José Menéndez (D-San Antonio)

 

Texas House of Representatives
New composite of the Texas House: Republicans:83, Democrats: 67 (formerly 83 Rs, 67 Ds)
House Districts 123, 124, and 125 were uncontested races

HD 31 – Representative Ryan Guillen (D-Rio Grande City)
HD 44 – Representative John Kuempel (R-Seguin)
HD 53- Representative Andrew Murr (R-Junction)
HD 73 – Representative Kyle Biederman (R-Fredericksburg)
HD 116 – Representative Trey Martinez Fischer (D-San Antonio)
HD 117 – Representative Phil Cortez (D-San Antonio)
HD 118 – Representative Leo Pacheo (D-San Antonio)
HD 119 – Representative-Elect Liz Campos (D-San Antonio)
HD 120 – Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins (D-San Antonio)
HD 121 – Representative Steve Allison (R-San Antonio)
HD 122 – Representative Lyle Larson (R-San Antonio)
HD 123 – Representative Diego Bernal (D-San Antonio)
HD 124 – Representative Ina Minjarez (D-San Antonio)
HD 125 – Representative Ray Lopez (D-San Antonio)

 

Bexar County Commissioners

Bexar County Commissioner Precinct 1 – Commissioner-Elect Rebecca Clay-Flores (D)

Bexar County Commissioner Precinct 3 – Commissioner-Elect Trish DeBerry (R)

 

Alamo Community College District- Board of Trustees

Alamo Community College District- Board of Trustees

Trustee Place 4
Lorena "Lorraine" Pulido

Trustee Place 9
Leslie Sachanowicz

Trustee Place 2
Gloria Ray

 

Local Sales Tax Propositions
All three propositions passed

City of San Antonio

  • Proposition A: SALES AND USE TAX FOR THE "PRE-K 4 SA" EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM

  • Proposition B: READY TO WORK SA WORKFORCE PROGRAM FOR JOB TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIPS, A REALLOCATION OF AN EXISTING SALES AND USE TAX RESULTING IN NO NET TAX INCREASE

Advanced Transportation District

  • Proposition A: The District's local sales and use tax will increase by a rate of one-eighth of one percent (⅛ of 1¢) to a rate of three-eighths of one percent (⅜ of 1¢), with such increase to begin on January 1, 2026.

 

SAISD Bond Propositions
Both propositions passed

  • Proposition A: SCHOOL BUILDINGS PROPOSITION
    • $1.2B IN SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, ACQUISITION, AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT, AND THE PURCHASE OF THE NECESSARY SITES FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS.

  • Proposition B: SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PROPOSITION
    • $90M IN TECHNOLOGY BONDS FOR THE ACQUISITION AND UPDATE OF TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT.


To see the full list of statewide elections results for the November 3, 2020 elections, please visit the Texas Secretary of State’s Elections Results Page

To see the full list of Bexar County elections results for the November 3, 2020 elections, please visit the Bexar County Elections Office Media Report