Somervell County had a total of only 312 votes cast in the Texas State Constitutional Amendment Election, according to figures provided by Election Administrator Christy Covey.
During the early voting period, 111 votes were cast. On Election Day Tuesday at the Somervell County Expo Center, 201 votes were recorded.
Seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution were on the ballot.
Here is a rundown of how Somervell County residents voted on those proposed amendments:
Proposition 1 — For, 270; against, 42.
Proposition 2 — For, 202; against, 106.
Proposition 3 — For, 262; against 42.
Proposition 4 — For, 291; against, 89.
Proposition 5 — For 164; against 135.
Proposition 6 — For, 243; against 59.
Proposition 7 — For, 157; against 139.
A tiny portion of Somervell County is actually within the Granbury Independent School District, and the election included voting for Place 1 and Place 2 on the Granbury School Board.
However, the voting was almost nonexistent. Only two votes were cast by Somervell County residents in each of those races. Kim Cruz and Maureen Griffin received one Somervell Counthy vote each in the Place 1 race, and Mike Moore had none.
For Place 2 on the Granbury ISD School Board, Somervell County voters cast one vote each for Barbara Herrington and Dinae Hicks.