Friday, December 13, 2019

Kormann, Archer Win Carroll School Board Seats

With all precincts counted, Matt Kormann and Chris Archer have won three-year terms on the Carroll Independent School District Board of Trustees.

Kormann and Archer both earned 60 percent of ballots cast in the May 11 election, defeating their opponents Sam Torolopoulos and James M. Palazzo, respectively.

Carroll ISD has 19,859 registered voters. With 2,599 ballots cast, it represents a turnout of about 13%. Archer led the voting with 1,506 total votes; his opponent had 1,016 votes. Kormann received 1,498 votes to his opponent’s 980.

The election totals will be canvassed by the CISD School Board on May 20, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Newly elected Trustees will be sworn in shortly thereafter. CISD will host a reception for the new Trustees and their families immediately after the swearing in ceremony May 20.

Unofficial Tarrant County Results with 5 of 5 precincts reporting are as follows:

Place 6 Results:

 

Sam Torolopoulos

Early Voting – 686 (40%)

Election Day Voting – 294 (38%)

TOTAL – 980 Votes (40%)

 

>Matt Kormann (Winner)

Early Voting – 1,011 (60%)

Election Day Voting – 487 (62%)

TOTAL – 1,498 Votes (60%)

 

Place 7 Results

 

James M. Palazzo

Early Voting – 697 (40%)

Election Day Voting – 319 (40%)

TOTAL – 1,016 Votes (40%)

 

>Chris Archer (Winner)

Early Voting – 1,031 (60%)

Election Day Voting – 475 (60%)

TOTAL – 1,506 Votes (60%)