Live Blog: 2022 city election results

By Colin Killian, Public Communications Manager

Welcome to our live election blog from the Brazos Center.

UPDATE (11/15): All votes have been counted, including 159 late absentee and military ballots and 71 provisional ballots.

John Nichols is officially elected mayor and Mark Smith (Place 1), William Wright (Place 2) and Bob Yancy (Place 5) are elected to the city council. Voters also passed three of five bond propositions.

The city council will officially canvass the votes and the new members will be sworn into office on Monday, Nov. 21.

MAYOR

Nichols will serve a four-year term that ends in November 2026. 

Rick Robison5,33325.4 %
John Nichols13,35363.5 %
Jacobs Randolph2,32511.1 %

CITY COUNCIL PLACE 1

Smith will serve a four-year term that ends in November 2026. 

Mark Smith11,31456.9 %
Aron Collins8,57143.1%

CITY COUNCIL PLACE 2

Wright will serve a four-year term that ends in November 2026. 

David Levine9,31447.5 %
William Wright10,27652.5 %

CITY COUNCIL PLACE 5

Yancy will serve the rest of John Nichols’ unexpired term through November 2024. 

Nicole Gallucci7,01834.8 %
Bob Yancy10,52752.1 %
Willie B. Blackmon2,64713.1 %

PROPOSITION A
Public Safety Improvements

Fire Station No. 7

For17,47068.6 %
Against7,98731.4 %

PROPOSITION B
Transportation

Rock Prairie Road East Widening

For15,58761.9 %
Against9,59938.1 %

PROPOSITION C
Sports & Tourism

Texas Independence Ballpark Phase 2 | Veterans Park Improvements

For11,96147.5 %
Against13,21652.5 %

PROPOSITION D
Parks Improvements/Redevelopment

Bachmann Baseball/Soccer Facilities | Pickleball/Futsal Courts

Bee Creek/Central Tennis Courts | Thomas Park Redevelopment

Lincoln Center Area Improvements | Central Park Operations Shop

For15,37561.0%
Against9,84439.0%

PROPOSITION E
Mabel Clare Thomas Park Pool

For12,10348.3 %
Against12,95051.7 %

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About the Blogger


Colin Killian has been with the City of College Station since 2010 after serving 23 years as the associate media relations director for the Texas A&M Athletics Department. Killian has also worked as a reporter and editor for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times and Lewisville News. A native of Hobbs, N.M., he graduated from Texas Tech with a bachelor’s degree in journalism/political science.

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