Run-off slated in JP 3 race
Posted on 3/7/2018 7:36:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Two of the candidates for Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Pct. 3 will go head to head during May's Republican Primary Run-Off Election. Both John Terry and Zachary McBride managed to capture enough votes to move on to the deciding election for the Republican nomination.

A total of 84 votes separated the two during Tuesday’s election. Terry received 998 of the votes cast or 40.95 percent while McBride received 914 votes or 37.51 percent.

Rounding out the candidates was Gary Inmon with 525 votes or 21.54 percent.

Terry says he looks forward to continuing his campaign and getting the job done.

"It feels good. I got a lot of good friends behind me. Myself and Linda Balk are going to rock this out. We're going to win in May," said Terry.

McBride says he too is thrilled about moving on and will continue to work hard.

"The results, it's a little better than I expected. I really didn't think that it would be this close. I figured that there was going to be a clear winner one way or another. To see the results so close, it was humbling, encouraging. I'm cautiously optimistic for the future," said McBride.

Whoever picks up the Republican nomination in May goes on to face Democratic challenger Peggy Ornelas in November. The run-off election is slated for Tuesday, May 22.


Find more about Weather in Seguin, TX
Click for weather forecast


CBS NEWS
  • "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus"
    "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley looks back at the original letter written to the editor of the New York back in 1897 by an eight-year-old girl who asked: "Is there a Santa Claus?"
  • Latest headlines
    CBSN is CBS News' 24/7 digital streaming news service. It's always on, always free, making CBS News' original, high-quality reporting available to you wherever and whenever you want to watch.
  • Cohen wouldn't take pardon "if it was handed to him"
    Michael Cohenís former attorney Lanny Davis tells Margaret Brennan that Michael Cohen wouldn't take a pardon from President Trump if he offered one.
  • FindJodi: The decades-long search for a missing TV news anchor
    More than two decades after Iowa TV anchor Jodi Huisentruit disappeared, "48 Hours" reveals new information into the investigation. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
  • Klobuchar: Ruling would set Obamacare "on fire"
    Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, joins Margaret Brennan to discuss the possibility of a government shutdown and the Texas courtís decision that would repeal the Affordable Care Act.
  • Which agencies would gov't shutdown affect?
    Ben Domenech, Kelsey Snell, Ed Wong and Margaret Talev discuss the possibility of a government shutdown and President Trump's new chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.
  • Sunday's top political headlines
    Julia Manchester, a reporter for The Hill, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the top headlines in Washington -- including President Trump's new acting chief of staff and former FBI Director James Comey's appearance Monday on Capitol Hill.
  • How much longer will the Mueller investigation last?
    Trevor Potter, the former chairman of the Federal Election Commission, and CBS News correspondent Paula Reid help us make sense of where we are in the investigations into President Trump and his associates.
  • Obama defends Affordable Care Act
    Former President Barack Obama is defending his signature domestic legislative achievement, after a federal judge in Texas ruled Friday the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. Julia Manchester, a reporter for the Hill, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with analysis.
  • HQ Trivia CEO Colin Kroll dead
    Colin Kroll, the CEO and co-founder of the popular HQ Trivia app, has died, the company said Sunday. He was 34.
Provided by CBS News


While using VBScript LoadPicture() function, Error calculating dimensions for: E:\www\3592\www\onlinedb\kwedam\pics\CIG logistics.pngInvalid picture


Copyright © 2014 Guadalupe Media, LTD. All Rights Reserved



This site powered by PromoSuite Interactive