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Posted on: November 6, 2018

Nov 6 League City Election Results

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In complete, but unofficial return results, Mayor Pat Hallisey along with Position 7 Councilman Nick Long and Position 2 Councilman Hank Dugie were reelected to the League City Council for four-year terms. 


Hallisey received 19,701 votes, or 68.8 percent, compared to opponent Sebastian Lofaro’s 8,933 votes, or 31.2 percent, according to complete but unofficial returns. Long finished with 62.8 percent of the vote compared to opponent Ange Mertens’ 37.2 percent. Incumbent Hank Dugie, running unopposed, garnered 21,664 votes, according to complete but unofficial returns. 


In the Position 1 Council spot, Andy Mann won 13,596 votes compared to opponent Traci Jacobs’ 11,485 votes, according to complete but unofficial returns. Meanwhile, the Council Position 6 race will go to a runoff after none of the three candidates finished with more than 50 percent of the vote. Chad Tressler led the group with 11,551 votes, or 46.7 percent; while Chris Gross, finished second with 6,757 votes, or 27.3 percent; and Silvio Vincenzo, ended with 6,448 votes, or 26 percent, according to complete but unofficial returns. Tressler and Gross will advance to a runoff election on December. 18.


League City Propositions A-O, all of which amended the League City Charter, were passed by voters, according to unofficial elections results. 

 
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