Incumbent Joe McComb toppled Michael Hall in the runoff for the Corpus Christi mayoral race.
2018 Runoff Elections
Incumbents Everett Roy and Ben Molina claimed victories in runoff elections Tuesday night to return to the Corpus Christi City Council.
Local officials say that voting is down substantially in today’s runoff elections compared with the November general election.
Election results are coming in for a runoff race that will determine key positions in Corpus Christi’s city leadership. Stay with KRIS 6 News for
Residents will vote for the mayor’s race and to elect city council members in districts 1, 2, 3 and 5.
Friday, Dec. 14, is the last day for early voting in the runoff election.
Early voting will continue until Friday for the mayor’s race and to elect city council members in districts 1, 2, 3 and 5. Election Day is Dec. 18.
Early voting for the upcoming city elections will begin Saturday and continue until Dec. 14.
The City of Corpus Christi and City Secretary Rebecca L. Huerta have announced early and election day locations, dates and times for the Dec. 18
Judge Benjamin Euresti Jr., a visiting judge from Brownsville, ruled this morning that Barerra’s failure to file personal finance information by the September deadline does not disqualify him from the election.
Judge Benjamin Euresti of Brownsville has been assigned to the case. The hearing is set for 10 a.m.