Llano County voting results confirm Clinesmith and Lambert in HSB

Llano County final, unofficial results for Nov. 7 Election Day confirm the decisions of Burnet County voters.
Cynthia Clinesmith and Reagan Lambert won the two Horseshoe Bay City Council seats.
Llano County results were 302 votes, or 42.48 percent, for Clinesmith and 271 votes, 38.12 percent, for Lambert. Hoover received 138 votes, 19.41 percent, of 711 votes cast.
Mayor Steve Jordan, unopposed, received 384 votes.
Also in Horseshoe Bay, Llano County voters said “yes” to the proposition to reauthorize a local sales and use tax at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets. The vote was 367 votes, or 83.79 percent, in favor and 71 votes, 16.21 percent, against.
In Burnet County, voters in the  Horseshoe Bay City Council race, gave Cynthia Clinesmith, 15 votes, or 46.88 percent, Reagan Lambert, 14 votes, 43.75 percent, and Dennis R. Hoover, three votes, or 9.38 percent.
Mayor Steve Jordan, unopposed, logged 17 votes from Burnet County voters.
On Proposition 1, the reauthorization of a local sales and use tax at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets,  18 Burnet County voters, or 75 percent, said "yes" and 6 voters said "no."

In Constitutional Amendment voting, the final unofficial votes in Llano County were:
Proposition 1 (exemption from ad valorem taxation of part of the market value of the residence homestead of a partially disabled veteran or the surviving spouse of a partially disabled veteran):  1,248 votes, or 85.95 percent, for, and 204, or 14,95 percent, against.
Proposition 2 (a lower amount for expenses that can be charged to a borrower and  removing certain financing expense limitations for a home equity loan, establishing certain authorized lenders to make a home equity loan, changing certain options for the refinancing of home equity loans, changing the threshold for an advance of a home equity line of credit, and allowing home equity loans on agricultural homesteads): 972 votes, or 67.78 percent, in favor, and 462 votes, 32.22 percent, against.
Proposition 3 (limiting the service of certain officeholders appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate after the expiration of the person's term of office) received 1,187 votes, 82.26 percent, in favor and 256 votes, 17.74 percent, against.
Proposition 4 (to require a court to provide notice to the attorney general of a challenge to the constitutionality of a state statute and authorizing the legislature to prescribe a waiting period before the court may enter a judgment holding the statute unconstitutional): 1,041 votes, or 70.61 percent, for the amendment, and 422 votes, or 29.39 percent against.
Proposition 5 (regarding professional sports team charitable foundations conducting charitable raffles): 816 votes, or 57.3 percent, for, and 608 votes, or 42.7 percent, against.
Proposition 6 (exemption from ad valorem taxation of all or part of the market value of the residence homestead of the surviving spouse of a first responder killed or fatally injured in the line of duty) was largely supported:  1,242 votes, or 85.07  percent, for, and 218 votes,  or 14.93 percent, against.
Proposition 7 (relating to legislative authority to permit credit unions and other financial institutions to award prizes by lot to promote savings) was almost a toss up among Llano County voters:  716 votes, or 49.9 percent, for, and 719, or 50.1 percent, against.

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