The following are the unofficial totals for the Alice ISD, City of Alice and JWC Emergency District election Saturday. These totals include early votes and election day total. While complete, this totals are still unofficial:

ALICE ISD
Place 1
• Robert “Bobby” Pena – 1,024 votes (48.81 percent)
• Jennifer Barrera Solis – 1,074 votes (51.19 percent)

Place 4
• Bambi Lopez - 574 votes (27.56 percent)
• Miguel Casarez - 361 votes (17.33 percent)
• Cirilo (Ciro) C. Zamora – 1,148 votes (55.11 percent)

Place 5
• Lee Ramon – 1,452 votes (100 percent)

Alice ISD proposition A: The issuance of $20,790,000 of bonds to finance the construction of improvements and renovations to, and equipping of, existing school building in Alice Independent School District, and levying the tax in payment thereof.
• For – 1,498 votes (73.50 percent)
• Against - 540 votes (26.50 percent)

CITY OF ALICE
Mayor
• Jolene B. Vanover – 1,208 votes (68.17 percent)
• Cynthia Carrasco - 564 votes (31.83 percent)

Place 1
• Pete Crisp – 1,295 votes (100 percent)

Place 2
• Mauricio R. Garza II - 836 votes (48.60 percent)
• Ron Burke - 884 votes (51.40 percent)

Place 3
• Sandra Maldonado Bowen – 1,281 votes (77.68 percent)
• Tony Sexton – 368 votes (22.32 percent)

Place 4
• Robert Molina – 1,426 votes (100 percent)

JWC EMERGENCY SERVICES DISTRICT NO. 2 CREATION
The creation of Jim Wells County Emergency Service District Number 2 and adoption of a tax on the ad valorem property situated in said district at a rate not to exceed ten cents on the one hundred dollars valuation for the support of the district.
• For - 75 votes (87.21 percent)
• Against - 11 votes (12.79 percent)