Early voting results for Crosby ISD School Board District 2
Kasey KeaLynn Lewis is leading the polls by 70 percent against challenger Sharyl Eavon Fain to become the new District 2 board member in the Crosby ISD Board of Trustees.
With early voting and absentee votes counted, Lewis has garnered 403 votes compared to 176 for Fain.
Lewis, a deputy with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, plans said she will help make Crosby ISD one of the top school districts in the Houston area.
Fain, an administrative assistant with the Baylor University College of Medicine’s Nutrition Research Center, decided to run for this position as a way to give back to her community.
Both candidates have made it a priority to fix the district’s current financial crisis if elected.
District 1 board member is seeking re-election and is running unopposed as well as at-large District 6 Board Member John Warren Swinney.
Joseph Robert Humphries is running for District 3 and is running unopposed. The District 3 seat was taken over from John Lindsey who did not seek re-election.
According to the Harris County Clerk’s Office 8,313 people early voted at Crosby Library Branch.
Will continue to update story as election results come in.