Incumbents win big on election day

By Joe Southern
jsouthern@fortbendstar.com

Saturday was a good day for incumbents as voters went to the polls to vote in city and school board elections.

All but one of the incumbents in the Fort Bend the Lamar Consolidated independent school districts held their seats, as did all the incumbents on the Stafford City Council.

In Sugar Land, Carol McCutcheon won the three-way race for the vacant District 4 seat. She had 702 votes (36.35 percent) to Qaisar Q. Imam’s 653 votes (33.82 percent) and Sean Burnett’s 567 votes (29.83 percent).

The only incumbent to fall in local races was Lamar Consolidated ISD Trustee Anna Gonzales, who lost to Joe Hubenak 786 (74.57 percent) to 268 (25.43 percent).

The following are results for local races. For complete countywide results, visit www.fortbendcountytx.gov/index.aspx?page=1930.

Sugar Land, District 4

Carol McCutcheon: 702 (36.35 percent)
Qaisar Q. Imam: 653 (33.82 percent)
Sean Burnett 567 (29.83 percent)

Stafford

Mayor (unopposed)
Leonard Scarcella: 597 (100 percent)
Councilmember (top 3)
Arthur “AJ” Honore: 646 (33.16 percent)
Virginia Rosas: 468 (24.02 percent)
Wen Guerra: 453 (23.25 percent)
Lawrence Vaccaro Jr.: 381 (19.56 percent)

Fort Bend ISD

Position 1

Jason Burdine: 3,207 (61.90 percent)
Lorenzo Angelo DeCamps: 1,974 (38.1 percent)

Position 4

Kristin Tassin: 2,654 (49.35 percent)
Shirley Rose-Gilliam: 2,227 (41.41 percent)
Rodrigo Carreon: 497 (9.24 percent)

Position 5

KP George: 3,341 (63.72 percent)
Lorena Duenas: 1,902 (36.28 percent)
Lamar Consolidated ISD

District 1

Kathryn “Mrs. K” Kaminski: 568 (58.74 percent)
Karen Mendoza: 399 (41.26 percent)
District 2 (unopposed)
Kay Danziger: 176 (100 percent)
District 3 (vacant seat)
Mandi Bronsell: 270 (51.14 percent)
James Beebe: 258 (48.86 percent)

District 6

Joe Hubenak: 786 (74.57 percent)
Anna M. Gonzales: 268 (25.43 percent)

2 Comments for “Incumbents win big on election day”

  1. sunshine

    A low voters turnouts of under 3% total is a sign of weak or poor education in FBISD, LCISD and in the State of Texas. Voiceless citizens remain in the dark, without coming to light by seriously voting or not knowing about any local elections around?

  2. sunshine

    FBISD teachers are not even train and certify to register voters, so that’s effecting student educations an leads into low voter turnouts during FBISD BOT elections annually!

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