Updated Primary Results – Mayor & City Council

Election results have just been updated for the Deer Park City Mayoral and City Council races. The Secretary of State certifies final results by December 2nd, 2021. All results posted before certification are unofficial.

CITY OF DEER PARK

Mayor (4 Year Term)

Incumbent: Tim Verzal

Mayor
Votes
Percentage
Hazel McGillivray
262
31.83%
Tim Verzal
554
67.31%

Council Position No. 1 (4 Year Term)

Incumbent: Mary J Babb

Council Position No. 1
Votes
Percentage
Billy Costello
354
43.54%
Jason Upchurch
437
53.75%

Council Position No. 3 (4 Year Term)

Incumbent: Richard Schut

Council Position No. 3
Votes
Percentage
Heather Newsom
439
54.47%
Richard Schut
344
42.68%
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