Municipal and School Board Races
Early Voting: April 25 – May 3
Election Day: May 7
All local election ballots will include two statewide propositions for Constitutional Amendments. We recommend yes to both. They both will reduce property tax.
NOTE: It is especially true in local races that MOST of the time we are voting on the lesser of 2 evils. This is why we repeat over and over that these are NOT endorsements. It is very rare for us to endorse, and we will state that we have when applicable. Until good people step up to run, sadly this is what we are generally forced to do.
It is also important to note that this list is just provided as a starting point for your own research. If you do not agree with these choices, no worries. You don’t need to harass us and demand we take it down. Many times we just try to find a trusted activist in the area to indicate how to vote. There is much work to be done on teaching people how to vet candidates.
Municipal & County Races (scroll down for ISD races):
Friendswood City Council – Position 4 unopposed, Position 6 TBD
Friendswood Propositions A-K – NO to all 11
School Board Races:
Clear Creak ISD Board of Trustees – Scott Bowen at Large, and Misty Dawson District 1
Fort Bend ISD – Garcia & Hamilton
Katy ISD – Perez & Anderson
Klein ISD bond elections: $843,840,000 for schools, $131,000,000 for an event center, $75,000,000 for athletic stadiums, and $51,000,000 for technology upgrades! That’s over a BILLION for a district of 52,000 students…
Spring Branch ISD – Lisa Alpe for position 5, John Perez for position 6, and Caroline H. Bennet for position 7; NO on both bond issues