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Houston City Council Runoffs Come to an End

By Urban Reform Staff | Feb 6, 2020


Houston’s 2019 municipal election was finally settled last night as runoffs for eleven city council races and the mayor’s race came to a close. With roughly 200,000 voters casting their ballots, Mayor Sylvester Turner won reelection with 56% of the vote in Harris County to challenger Tony Buzbee’s 43%.

The city council results are as follows (as of midnight):

At-Large 1

Mike Knox (i) – 56.48%

Raj Salhotra – 43.52%

 

At-Large 2

Dave Robinson (i) – 59.30%

Willie Davis – 40.70%

 

At-Large 3

Michael Kubosh (i) – 61.30%

Janaeya Carmouche – 38.70%

 

At-Large 4

Anthony Dolcefino – 48.15%

Letitia Plummer – 51.85%

 

At-Large 5

Erick Dick – 47.16%

Sallie Alcorn – 52.84%

 

District A

Amy Peck – 70.18%

George Zoes – 29.82%

 

District C

Abbie Kamin – 59.42%

Shelley Kennedy – 40.58%

 

District D

Carolyn Evans-Shabazz – 62.16%

Brad “Scarface” Jordan – 37.84%

 

District F

Tiffany Thomas – 55.99%

Van Huynh – 44.01%

 

District H

Karla Cisneros (i) – 50.06%

Isabel Longoria – 49.94%

 

District J

Sandra Rodriguez – 42.04%

Edward Pollard – 57.96%

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