Edinburg majority up for grabs as Place 3 race heads to runoff

The former police chief here defeated the Place 4 incumbent, delivering a blow to the current council majority, but the fight for control of the city is not yet over. Former Police Chief David White managed to obtain 376 more votes than Edinburg Councilman David Torres, according to unofficial results released by the Hidalgo County Elections Department Tuesday night. White received 56% of the early vote, with 3,659 ballots cast in his favor, while Torres received 44%, with 2,846 votes. Neither of them returned calls for comment Tuesday night. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

Election Results – November 2019

Municipal Elections Unofficial Results from Hidalgo County All Precincts Reporting Mayor, City of Alamo Diana Martinez - 1,343 Trinidad 'Trino' Medina - 1,118 City Commissioner - Place Two (2), City of Alamo Joseph...

Incumbent defeated in heated San Juan runoff that spawned defamation allegations

Marco “Markie” Villegas will be San Juan’s next Place No. 5 City Commissioner, defeating incumbent Commissioner Pete Garcia in a runoff election by about...

Gomez defeats incumbent, retakes seat on Mercedes commission

MERCEDES — Former Mercedes Commissioner Jose Gomez is former no longer. Originally part of a four-way race for Place 4 on the Mercedes City Commission during the...