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VideoFound: Dog, chocolate color, on old Pittman Rd., be prepared to prove it's your dog, looking for owner. Call or text Tammy at 830-391-6662.
Found: Red Chihuahua, male, friendly but frightened, need to find his owner, in Floresville. 830-534-6413.
Lost: Male Great Pyrenees, all white, double dew claws on back legs, sweet, shy, not aggressive, Nov. 10, C.R. 404/405, neighbors heard 2 shots, any information appreciated. 830-393-0801.
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CCSCT, a nonprofit, is seeking an Assistant Cook to assist with preparation and cooking of home-delivered meals for its Senior Nutrition Program in Floresville. Applicants must have HS diploma equivalent and minimum of 1 year of experience in meal preparation, meal planning or related work experience. Additional work experience may be substituted for education. Interested applicants can apply online at or can apply in person at 1513 3rd St., Floresville, Texas.
Oilfield Crew Pusher - SEI Oilfield Services is currently seeking an experienced crew pusher at our Jourdanton location, Mon.-Fri. with weekends as necessary, weekly pay, full benefits package, matching 401k, and PTO, pay based on experience. If you have prior pusher experience email your resume and/or contact information to
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Election Night Coverage: General Election Nov. 6, 2012

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November 7, 2012, | 15,430 views | 77 comments

Wilson County
Early/mail vote totals, and all boxes, as of 1:31 a.m.
(does not include 25 APOs still outstanding)

R - Republican • D - Democrat • L - Libertarian • G - Green

Straight party
Republican 4872
Democrat 2504
Libertarian 79
Green 21

President/Vice President
❍ Mitt Romney 12205
Paul Ryan (R)
❍ Barack Obama 4819
Joe Biden (D)
❍ Gary Johnson 127
Jim Gray (L)
❍ Jill Stein 35
Cheri Honkala (G)
❍ Write-in votes 28

United States Senator
❍ Ted Cruz (R) 11425
❍ Paul Sadler (D) 4802
❍ John Jay Myers (L) 388
❍ David B. Collins (G) 147

U.S. Rep., District 15
❍ Dale A. Brueggmann (R) 1077
❍ Ruben Hinojosa (D) 365
❍ Ron Finch (L) 86

U.S. Rep., District 28
❍ William R. Hayward (R) 9018
❍ Henry Cuellar (D) 5812
❍ Patrick Hisel (L) 263
❍ Michael D. Cary (G) 114

Railroad Commissioner
❍ Christi Craddick (R) 11235
❍ Dale Henry (D) 4623
❍ Vivekananda (Vik) Wall (L) 293
❍ Chris Kennedy (G) 332

Railroad Commissioner,
Unexpired Term
❍ Barry Smitherman (R) 11726
❍ Jaime O. Perez (L) 2097
❍ Josh Wendel (G) 654

Justice, Supreme Crt., Pl. 2
❍ Don Willett (R) 12071
❍ RS Roberto Koelsch (L) 2082

Justice, Supreme Crt., Pl. 4
❍ John Devine (R) 11775
❍ Tom Oxford (L) 1913
❍ Charles E. Waterbury (G) 567

Justice, Supreme Crt., Pl. 6
❍ Nathan Hecht (R) 10319
❍ Michele Petty (D) 5159
❍ Mark Ash (L) 517
❍ Jim Chisholm (G) 241

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals
❍ Sharon Keller (R) 11224
❍ Keith Hampton (D) 4590
❍ Lance Stott (L) 477

Judge, Court of Criminal
Appeals, Place 7
❍ Barbara Parker Hervey (R) 11848
❍ Mark W. Bennett (L) 2414

Judge, Court of Criminal
Appeals, Pl. 8
❍ Elsa Alcala (R) 11534
❍ William Bryan Strange III (L) 2608

Member, State Board of
Education, Dist. 3
❍ David M. Williams (R) 11064
❍ Marisa B. Perez (D) 5186

State Senator, Dist. 21
❍ Grant Rostig (R) 8776
❍ Judith Zaffirini (D) 7516
❍ Joseph Morse (L) 384

State Rep., Dist. 44
❍ John Kuempel (R) 13157

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals
District, Place 2
❍ Marialyn Barnard (R) 11604
❍ Baldemar Garza (D) 4711

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals
District, Place 3
❍ Rebecca Simmons (R) 11323
❍ Patricia Alvarez (D) 5025

Justice, 4th Court of
Appeals District, Place 4
❍ Steve Hilbig (R) 11207
❍ Luz Elena Chapa (D) 5291

Justice, 4th Court of
Appeals District, Place 5
❍ Karen Angelini (R) 11399
❍ David D. Towler (D) 4895

Justice, 4th Court of
Appeals District, Place 7
❍ Phylis J. Speedlin (R) 10969
❍ Rebeca C. Martinez (D) 5341

District Attorney, 81st
Judicial District
❍ René M. Peña (D) 9752

❍ Chris Burchell (R) 7641
X Joe D. Tackitt Jr. (D) 9288

County Attorney
❍ Daynah Fallwell (R) 12544

County Tax Assessor-Coll.
❍ Anna D. Gonzales (D) 10758

Commissioner, Pct. 1
❍ Albert Gamez Jr. (D) 2645

Constable, Pct. 1
❍ Martin Rodriguez Jr. (D) 2463

Constable, Pct. 2
x Chad Clark (R) 2161
❍ Donald J. Stevens (D) 1847

Commissioner, Pct. 3
❍ Ricky Morales (R) 3946

Constable, Pct. 3
❍ George Scoggins (R) 3727

Constable, Pct. 4
❍ Galen Jansky (R) 3745

Wilson Co. ESD Dist. No. 3
Rural Area
City of Stockdale
ETJ of Stockdale
City of Nixon
ETJ of Nixon
Confirmation of the creation of Wilson County Emergency Services District No. 3 and the levy by the District of a tax not to exceed ten cents (10¢) on the one hundred dollars ($100.00) of valuation as authorized by Article III, Section 48-e, Texas Constitution.
❍ FOR 1485

City of Floresville

MAYOR (unofficial final totals)
X Diana Garza 853
❍ Johnnie Rene Gomez 406
❍ Christina Jarzombek 176
❍ Tomas Robles 147

X Jim Miller 951
❍ Jesse Christopher Flores 599

X Mario Morones 1,219

“Approval of the reauthorization of a local sales and use tax in the City of Floresville at the rate of 1/4 of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.”
X For 824
❍ Against 533

Floresville ISD Board of Trustees

SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICT #1 (unofficial total)
❍ Joel Odom 100
X William (Bill) R. Meuth Jr. 105

Your Opinions and Comments

November 12, 2012 7:37am
One Voice.....that have been worked for and paid in advance through years of working........... Please explain how Medicare Plan B was paid for in advance. The taxpayers fund what the premiums don't cover. I think... More ›

One Voice  
November 12, 2012 4:06am
Instead of cutting SS - Medicare or military pensions (that have been worked for and paid in advance through years of working) .. How about starting with all the fraud and waste in government programs- and government jobs that... More ›

November 11, 2012 4:37pm
Alvin.....You are right. But without constitutional amendments mandating the level of spending, future congresses could change the levels and they would be prone to pander to voters. It certainly will not be solved in my... More ›

Alvin Charmaine  
November 11, 2012 4:00pm
You all fall into the trap of trying to figure out what to cut. Get the tax system right, put a cap on what the govt can spend- and let the officials figure out what they can afford with the money we allow them to govern. If... More ›

November 11, 2012 3:01pm
Concerned Tax Payer.....I also retired from the military but I know that a defined pension with COLA cannot continue to a burden to future generations. All entitlement payees think that they are entitled and deserve their pension.... More ›

November 11, 2012 2:41pm
Left out the 10 percent reduction in wages for the federal workforce and congress. Cut the federal workforce by ten percent. If they can't do the job with only a ten percent reduction, replace the management.

Concerned Tax Payer  
Floresville, Texas  
November 11, 2012 1:57pm
My husband served his country so he deserves his pension. WE EARNED IT!!!! Tell Mitt Romney to bring back all the money he has hidden away in the Cayman Islands and pay his fair share of taxes and then we can talk about the veterans... More ›

November 11, 2012 11:37am
Puzzled......The congress already has the power to reduce all federal pensions including the military retirement and civil service retirement pay. I am not opposed to an across the board reduction of 10 percent applied to... More ›

Wilson Co.  
November 11, 2012 10:50am
Stop wasteful spending? Okay, lets do away with the money losing US post office, all farm, dairy, and ranch federal subsidies, and veteran's pension. If this makes you mad, so be it. My suggestions make as much sense as... More ›

One Voice  
November 10, 2012 2:01pm
I don't know Alvin - the first thing I think of is to stop the spending (find the arterial bleed, so to speak and start there) Logically, of course. When a person has an arterial bleed out - the first course of action is... More ›

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