2021 Southeast Texas Election Results
12News is following Election Day results on May 1, 2021 for several municipal and school board races around Southeast Texas. One of the biggest races in Southeast Texas to watch this election is the race for Beaumont mayor as the city elects its first new leader since 2007. The Beaumont mayoral election features five candidates: Robin Mouton, W.L. Pate, LaShon Proctor, Biguita Hernandez-Smith and Roy West, Jr. Becky Ames, who has led the city since 2007, announced in January she would not be seeking an historic eighth term in office. Stay with 12News and 12NewsNow.com for complete results. Download the 12NewsNow App to get alerts when races are called. Just text ‘app’ to 409-838-1212 for a link to download.
Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
City of Beaumont MayorPrecincts: 46 / 46 (100% reporting)
City of Beaumont Councilmember At-LargePrecincts: 46 / 46 (100% reporting)
City of Beaumont Councilmember Ward IIPrecincts: 11 / 11 (100% reporting)
City of Beaumont Councilmember Ward IIIPrecincts: 14 / 14 (100% reporting)
City of Beaumont Councilmember Ward IVPrecincts: 11 / 25 (44% reporting)
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