According to early voting numbers, both propositions under ESD 7 are currently favored, with each proposition receiving more than 75 percent of votes early.
Regarding the annexation of ESD 7, voters so far are in favor of the annexation itself, 83.7 percent to 16.2 percent, while the race for proposition two regarding the assumption of the land’s outstanding debts and taxes remains tight, 53.3 percent to 46.6 percent.
Under ESD 6, voters so far have shown approval of both propositions regarding the annexation and assumption of land and debts.
Approval of a $7 million Peaster ISD school bond is looking promising, as 65 percent of voters have gone in favor of the proposal so far.
All three propositions for the legal sale of alcohol (one in Hudson Oaks, two in Aledo) have so far gathered supporters, with 86 percent of voters saying yes to Hudson Oaks sales and at least 65 percent of voters approving both propositions for Aledo.
In the race for Aledo City Council Place 2, Jean Bailey has a narrow lead over George McGee, 58.4 percent to 41.5 percent.
In Aledo Place 4, Kimberely Hiebert is ahead of Mark Siegmund, 67.3 percent to 32.6 percent.
Jamie French has a sizeable lead over Michael Kinman in the City of Millsap mayoral race, 75 percent to 25 percent.
In Willow Park Place 3, Greg Runnebaum is ahead of Amy Podany, 73.7 percent to 26.2 percent.
The race for Willow Park Place 4 is a nailbiter, with James Mullins Jr. edging Dan Stalling by 11 percent.
In Annetta Place 2, Danny Coffman has a 92 percent lead over Brian Fibiger.
Tiffany Branson is ahead of Jeromy Puckett in the Weatherford ISD Place 6 race, 58.9 percent to 41 percent.
In Aledo ISD, David Davis leads Farida Goderya, 78.7 percent to 21 percent, while Hoyt Harris is the frontrunner in Aledo ISD Place 7, ahead of Riley Morrison and Debra Rogers.
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