Nov. 6 General Election Results 2018
Posted on 11/6/2018 10:52:00 PM.
Nov. 6 General Election Results 2018
(Unofficial Final Voting Totals)

City of Seguin District 3 City Council

Chris Aviles 547 
Jim Lievens 490

City of Seguin District 7 City Council

Penny Wallace 574
William Odom, Jr. 278

Seguin ISD District 2 Trustee

Alejandro Guerra 678
Joseph Ranft 441

Seguin ISD District 4 Trustee

Linda Duncan 1,721 
John Holt 740

Seguin ISD District 5 Trustee

Denise Crettenden 1,149
Mike Barrow 959

Guadalupe County Commissioner Pct. 4

Judy Cope (R) 9,679
Rebecca Tucker (D) 5,108

Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Pct. 3

John Terry (R) 9,335
Peggy Ornelas (D) 6,087


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