Early voting polls closed Tuesday, May 2 at 5 p.m. for Alice Mayor and City Council, Alice ISD School Board, Premont Mayor and City Council, and a special bond for Premont ISD. Voters hit the polls on Monday, April 24 to cast their ballots.

There are 13 individuals running for Alice Mayor and City Council on the 2017 general elections.

Tuesday, May 2

Alice – Personal Appearance – 252 votes 

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 55 votes

City of Premont - mail-in ballots - 1 vote

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 42 votes

Monday, May 1 

Alice – Personal Appearance – 181 votes

Alice – mail-in ballots – 8 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 44 votes

City of Premont - mail-in ballots - 3 vote

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 49 votes

Premont ISD - mail-in ballots - 3 votes

Friday, April 28

Alice - Personal Appearance – 195 votes

Alice – mail-in ballots – 10 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 51 votes

City of Premont - mail-in ballots - 1 vote

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 46 votes

Premont ISD - mail-in ballots - 2

Thursday, April 27 

Alice - Personal Appearance – 260 votes

Alice - mail-in ballots - 8 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 83 votes

City of Premont - mail-in ballots - 1 vote

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 91 votes

Premont ISD - mail-in ballots - 1 vote

Wednesday, April 26

Alice - Personal Appearance – 247 votes

Alice - mail-in ballots - 6 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 53 votes

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 45 votes

Tuesday, April 25 

Alice - Personal Appearance – 176 votes

Alice - mail-in ballots - 24 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 63 votes

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 34 votes

Monday, April 24

Alice - Personal Appearance – 179 votes

Alice - mail-in ballots – 92 votes

City of Premont – Personal Appearance – 59 votes

Premont ISD – Personal Appearance – 36 votes

Alice Mayor and City Council candidates

Mayor candidates are Jolene B. Vanover, Incumbent Ike Ornelas and Larry Martinez.

For Place 1, Incumbent Pete H. Crisp and Tony Sexton.

Place 2 candidates are Elida Garza, Michael Wohl and Incumbent Pete Beltran.

Cynthia Ann Carrasco and Hector L. Villarreal are in the race for Place 3. Place 3 incumbent Leo Escobar did not file for re-election.

Place 4 Incumbent Ron Burke will campaign against Mauricio R. Garza II and Yolanda Sosa Moran.

Alice ISD school board candidates

Ben Salinas Jr. for Place 2 and Herman Arellano for Place 6, both with no opposition.

For Place 3, Albert Molina runs against Incumbent Servando “Wolf” Garza Jr.

Margarito Perez Jr. and Brian Charles Arredondo are vying against each other for Place 7. Incumbent Mark Dominguez did not file.

Premont Mayor and City Council candidates

Incumbent Norma Tamez Tullos faces Eloy Cantu and Mario Alberto Rodriguez for Mayor of Premont. City Council Place 1 is Soila “Soilita” Bautista against Andy Garza. City Council Place 2 is incumbent Irma C. Martinez, who is unopposed.

Premont ISD

Proposition – A $10.6 million bond for Premont ISD for the purposes of designing, constructing, renovating, improving, acquiring, and equipping school facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.

Poling Places

Alice - Voters may cast their early vote by mail or personal appearance at the Jim Wells County Election Administrator's Office located at 200 N. Almond St. at the courthouse from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Wednesday, April 26 and Thursday, April 27 from 7 a.m. till 7 p.m.

Election Day polling places are:

Alice Public Library at 401 East Third Street

Schallert Elementary School at 1301 N. Texas Boulevard

Nayer Elementary School at 500 East Hill Street

Saenz Elementary School at 400 Palo Blanco

Jim Wells County Building at 1106 Castillo Street

City of Premont – JWC Courthouse at 200 N. Almond or Premont City Hall at 200 Southwest First Street

Premont ISD – Premont HS at 400 West Elaine

Election Day is on Saturday, May 6.