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Voters across Collin County went to the polls Saturday to select city and school board officials and decide on property tax-backed debt propositions.

Bond debt was the big winner on ballots around the county. Eight of nine cities and school districts passed their property tax-backed debt propositions. Only voters in Allen Independent School District said ‘no,’ rejecting the district’s $422 million debt-financed spending package.

Two hotly contested Plano City Council races will go to runoffs, as no candidates received a majority of votes. Challenger Shelby Williams and incumbent Ron Kelley will compete for Place 5; Lily Bao and Ann Bacchus will face off again for the open Place 7 seat. Runoff elections will be held on June 8.

Below are final results reported by Collin County Elections. An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent.

 

Collin College Board of Trustees (10.6% turnout)
Place 2 (unexpired term) – Jay Saad
Place 4 – Greg Gomel (64.04%), Buzz Kolbe (35.96%)
Place 5 – Raj Menon*
Place 6 – Stacy Anne Arias (54.38%), Tim Chappell (45.62%)

 

Allen City Council and Charter Amendment (14.5% turnout)
Place 4 – Chris Schulmeister (51.68%), Melanie Hughes (48.32%)
Place 6 – Baine Brooks* (71.5%), Jon Toney (28.5%)
Proposition A-1 (Charter Amendment – Term Limits) – For (64%), Against (36%)

 

Allen ISD Board of Trustees and Bond (13.9% turnout)
Place 4 – Amy Gnadt*
Place 5 – Kelley Rowley*
Proposition A ($422.8 Million Debt) – For (47.16%), Against (52.84%)

 

Anna City Council (3.4% turnout)
Place 2 – Josh Vollmer (36.44%), Alonzo “Mr. T” Tutson* (36.02%), Bill Morgan (27.54%)
Place 4 – Chris Reeves* (65.24%), Bryan Heath (34.76%)
Place 6 – Lee Miller* (80.28%), John Houcek (19.72%)

 

Celina City Council (18.2% turnout)
Place 1 – Justin Steiner (56.05%), Bill Webber* (43.95%)
Place 6 ­– Chad Anderson* (43.85%), Jason Poncio (42.40%), Lanford Rodgers (13.75%)

 

Celina ISD Board of Trustees and Bond (16% turnout)
Place 1 – Chuck Hansen*
Place 2 – Choc Christopher*
Proposition A ($600 Million Debt) – For (83.04%), Against (16.96%)

 

Fairview Town Council and Bond (33.9% turnout)
Mayor – Henry Lessner (59.64%), Jon Cocks (40.36%)
Seat One – Charlie Henkle (50.13%), John Cox (49.87%)
Seat Three – Ricardo Doi
Seat Five – Ken Logsdon (45.65%), Gregg Custer (29.41%), Philip J. D’Amico (24.94%)
Proposition A ($7.6 Million Debt) – For (70.37%), Against (29.63%)

 

Farmersville City Council (15.2% turnout)
Place 1 – Craig Overstreet*
Place 3 – Jim Hemby
Place 5 – Dwain Mathers (54.12%), Todd Rolen* (45.88%)

 

Farmersville ISD Board of Trustees (6.9% turnout)
Position 5 – Tommy Monk (63.29%), David Ketcher (36.71%)
Position 6 – Brian Brazil
Position 7 – Jason McTee

 

Frisco City Council, Bond, and Charter Amendments
Place 2 – Shona Huffman* (51.32%), Mukesh Parna (25.73%), Jeanne Weisz (22.95%)
Place 4 – Bill Woodard* (61.86%), Stephanie Cleveland (38.14%)
Proposition A ($62.5 Million Debt) – For (73.58%), Against (26.42%)
Proposition B ($155 Million Debt) – For (75.31%), Against (24.69%)
Proposition C ($12 Million Debt) – For (69.92%), Against (30.08%)
Proposition D ($62 Million Debt) – For (61.89%), Against (38.11%)
Proposition E ($53.5 Million Debt) – For (68.01%), Against (31.99%)
Propositions F-AC (Charter Amendments) – All 24 amendments passed

 

Frisco ISD Board of Trustees (8.4% turnout)
Place 1 – Gopal Ponangi (56.9%), Nate Adams (43.1%)
Place 2 – Natalie Hebert (55%), Steve Noskin* (45%)
Place 3 – Chad Rudy* (63%), Muni Janagarajan (37%)

 

Lovejoy ISD Board of Trustees (31.1% turnout)
Position 1 – Chad Collins* (57%), Joel Treanor (43%)
Position 2 – Amy Smith* (56.93%), John R. Reed (43.07%)
Position 3 – Jennifer Kline (50.34%), Robbin Wells* (49.66%)

 

Lucas City Council (22.8% turnout)
Seat 5 – Debbie Fisher* (75.76%), Phillip Sheppard (24.24%)
Seat 6 – Kathleen A. Peele*
Proposition A (Fire/EMS District) – For (92.09%), Against (7.91%)

 

McKinney City Council, Bond, and Charter Amendments (6.9% turnout)
District 2 ­– Rainey Rogers*
District 4 – Rick Franklin (82.45%), Siotha Vest (17.55%)
At Large – Frederick Frazier (52.31%), John Mott (36.77%), Stephen Kallas (10.91%)
Proposition A ($75 Million Debt) – For (64.5%), Against (35.5%)
Proposition B ($50 Million Debt) – For (55.47%), Against (44.53%)
Proposition C ($91 Million Debt) – For (63.2%), Against (36.8%)
Proposition D ($34 Million Debt) – For (63.06%), Against (36.94%)
Proposition E ($100 Million Debt) – For (71.73%), Against (28.27%)
Proposition F (Charter Amendment – Recall Elections) – Yes (60.35%), No (39.65%)
Proposition G (Charter Amendment – Recall Elections) – Yes (78.56%), No (21.44%)

 

McKinney ISD Board of Trustees (7.8% turnout)
Place 4 – Amy Dankel*
Place 5 – Lynn Sperry*
Place 6 – Stephanie O’Dell* (70.8%), Chad Green (29.2%)

 

Murphy City Council (10.1% turnout)
Place 1 – Elizabeth Abraham (70.07%), Doug Davis (29.93%)
Place 2 – Jennifer “Jenny” Berthiaume* (61.61%), Gayathri “Gaya” Nagarajan (38.39%)
Place 4 – Ken Oltmann (64.79%), Betty Nichols Spraggins* (35.21%)
Place 6 – Jene’ E. Butler (52.09%), Jim Otto Jr. (27.44%), Andrew Chase (20.47%)
Proposition A (Sales and Use Tax) – For (66.41%), Against (33.59%)

 

New Hope Town Council (29.8% turnout)
Alderman (3 seats) – Carol King* (31.55%), Terry Sanner (27.74%), Luke Martincevic (23.92%), Kelly Hughes* (8.91%), Omar Nunez* (7.89%)

 

Parker City Council (18.6% turnout)
At Large (3 seats) – Cindy Meyer* (23.43%), Diana Abraham (21.7%), Ed Standridge (21.16%), Abraham George (19.36%), Stephanie Casson (14.35%)

 

Plano City Council and Bond (13.3% turnout)
Place 1 – Maria Tu (54.6%), Daniel Long (37.9%), Bill Lisle III (7.51%)
Place 3 – Rick Grady* (53.55%), Colleen Aguilar-Epstein (46.45%)
Place 5 –Ron Kelley* (46.48%), Shelby Williams (43.93%), Byron Abraham Bradford (9.6%) [runoff]
Place 7 – Lily Bao (47.36%), Ann Bacchus (36.09%), LaShon Ross (16.55%) [runoff]
Proposition A ($18.75 Million Debt) – For (71.11%), Against (28.89%)
Proposition B ($17.89Million Debt) – For (62.68%), Against (37.32%)
Proposition C ($8.025 Million Debt) – For (56.31%), Against (43.69%)

 

Plano ISD Board of Trustees (12.2% turnout)
Place 4 – Heather Wang (52.54%), Katherine Chan Goodwin (27.23%), Lisa Kolodny 20.23(%)
Place 5 – David Stolle* (63.81%), Semida Voicu (36.19%)
Place 6 – Jeri Chambers* (73.78%), Greyson M. Dunn (26.22%)
Place 7 – Cody Weaver (48.86%), Khalid Ishaq (29.53%), Dylan Rafaty (21.62%)

 

Princeton ISD Bond (5.5% turnout)
Proposition A ($237.4 Million Debt) – For (77.93%), Against (22.07%)

 

Prosper Town Council (19.8% turnout)
Mayor – Ray Smith*
Place 1 – Marcus E. Ray (55.5%), Mike Korbuly* (44.5%)
Place 4 – Steve Thomas (38.39%), Meigs Miller* (37.36%), Richard “Rick” McGrath (24.25%)

 

Prosper ISD Board of Trustees and Bond (15.4% turnout)
Place 1 – Jana Thomson*
Place 3 – Kelly P. Cavender (59.78%), Jeremy Sandusky (40.22%)
Place 6 – Jim Bridges*
Proposition A ($1.337 Billion Debt) – For (83.6%), Against (16.4%)

 

Wylie City Council (4.9% turnout)
Place 1 – David R. Duke (51.42%), Keith Stephens* (48.58%)
Place 3 – Jeffrey Forrester*

 

Wylie ISD Bond (4.9% turnout)
Proposition A ($193 Million Debt) – For (56.63%), Against (43.37%)

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