May election day results: Pearland Mayor Tom Reid and Quentin Wiltz enter run-off, Moore re-elected, David Little wins, Dalia Kasseb and Woody Owens move to June run-off

While longtime Pearland Mayor Tom Reid had more than 50 percent of the vote during early voting, support for Quentin Wiltz poured in on election day, and both Reid and Wiltz will face a run-off election on June 10. Reid secured 48.85 percent of the vote and Wiltz earned 45.64 percent of the vote, according to the unofficial results posted by the Brazoria County Clerk’s Office. A third contender for mayor, Jimi Amos, received 5.51 percent of the vote.

Because no candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote, Reid and Wiltz will enter a second round of voting called a run-off election.

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Pearland PD Bulletin 5/1 – 5/7/17

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NAACP Chair member Endorses Mayor Tom Reid over Wiltz and Amos


img_1367Pearland Mayor Tom Reid has picked up an endorsement from NAACP Brazoria County Reactivation Chair, Eugene Howard.  Howard announced his endorsement Friday at the Tom Reid Library.

“Mayor Reid is the type of man who shows evidence of a supreme being and has shown me that he believes all citizens are equal, from the largest to the smallest,” Howard said. “And, on a personal note, this great man always has time for a conversation with me.”

Early voting began April 24th and runs through May 2.  Election day is May 6.

To learn more about the Eugene Howard and the Brazoria County NAACP,  visit

Dawson Diamonds Present Tenth Annual Diamond Dazzle

Can you believe it’s been 10 years since Dawson High School’s Drill Team danced their first dance? Well it has! The Dawson High School Diamonds Dance Team invites you to their 10 birthday party celebration on Friday, May 5th and Saturday, May 6th at 7:00 p.m. in the Dawson High School auditorium, located at 2050 Cullen Boulevard, Pearland, TX 77581. The show features performances from the nationally accredited Diamond Dancers, the Dawson dance classes, and Dawson Cheer.

Every year, DAZZLE blows the audience away with fantastic dancing, hilarious entertainment and a spectacular theme. The theme for the show this year is “It’s Our Party” and the evening will be sure to DAZZLE you into a festive party mood.

The Diamond Dancers and Dawson Dance Department are led by director Mrs. Leslie Grant and assistant director Miss Megan Railey. Under their direction, the Diamonds hold multiple Grand Champion titles from this year’s competitions.

“Most people don’t know we compete in the spring, they may think we only dance during the half-time at football games in the fall. So our annual DAZZLE show is a great time to let everyone know what we’re about and what we really shine at: PERFORMING,” Mrs. Grant said.

This year’s team consists of 33 girls who flawlessly execute a wide range of dances, from tap to jazz to kick to hip hop.

In addition to the dancing aspect of the show, Spring Show is also a goodbye for the seniors. For the thirteen seniors on Diamonds, this will be the last time they perform with the team.

After so many hours of practice and hard work, it’s obvious that these girls have a strong dynamic with each other. Not only do the Diamonds enjoy being part of a sisterhood, they pride themselves on being dedicated members, as well as being sharp and superior dancers. Each dance is practiced and performed to perfection. Everyone is encouraged to come watch the Dance Department, Dawson Cheer, and the Diamonds shine at DAZZLE.

Tickets for both days ($10 for general seating and $12 for premium seating) may be purchased at the door or online @

Refreshments will also be sold at the Spring Show.

All proceeds benefit the Dawson Diamonds Dance Team.

Pearland PD Bulletin 4/17 – 4/23/17

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Pearland Mayor Tom Reid Receives Multiple Endorsements for Re-Election Bid


Popular Pearland Mayor Tom Reid has gathered several endorsements from local, state and national figures in his bid for re-election on May 6 2017.


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Local Houston FOX News Anchor Jacquie Baly endorsed Reid saying, “Mayor Tom Reid has done an excellent job representing the City of Pearland. His heart and head are in the right place. The residents of Pearland are blessed to have such a dedicated public servant as their leader…Mayor Reid you have my full support and endorsement in your re-election bid. Please let me know how I can help you in this race and in the future.”



Congressman Pete Olson (TX-22 W) said, “Mayor Reid has done an exemplary job of managing growth and opportunities for the people of Pearland. His steady hand and thoughtful leadership has ensured Pearland is a vibrant and growing city that is affordable for its citizens and responsible with their tax dollars. Mayor Reid has earned our trust and deserves our support in his re-election campaign.”



Pearland dentist and community servant Dr. Hugh Patton stated, “[Reid is an] amazing man and an amazing Mayor. We all love Tom Reid.”

Brazoria County Constable, (Precinct. 3) Buck Stevens stated, “My dad moved us to Pearland in 1963. I joined many organizations and the Volunteer Fire Department in 1980 and served there for 28 years. Everywhere I went and every group I joined, locally and statewide, I saw Mayor Tom Reid there…representing




“I fully support Mayor Reid and ask that you continue to support him as you have done over the years. We need officials that do not portray self-interest and can stand in the face of diversity and not align themselves with fractions that will not be in our best interest. We need to maintain our regional and state presence and ensure we move forward with what we want as Pearland!”

Other endorsements include Senator Larry Taylor (District 11), the Honorable Brazoria County Commissioner (Precinct 2) Ryan Cade, Brazoria County Constable (Precinct 4) James Brawner, the Pearland Police Officers Association, Manvel Mayor Delores Martin and State Representative (District 29) Ed Thompson.

Quentin Wiltz, one of Reid’s opponents, has gathered endorsements by the Texas Democratic Party, the Pearland Democrats and Houston City Councilman Larry V. Green (District K).

Jimi Amos, who is also running for mayor, has not claimed any endorsements to date.

Suicide Prevention Presentation 5/11


Thursday, May 11 at 6 PM – 8 PM at Turner College and Career High School, 4717 Bailey Rd, Pearland, Texas 77584

Junior high and high school students and their families are encouraged to attend this free event. Student and mental health speakers will talk to attendees about how to deal with mental health issues.

Informational booths will be set up to disseminate community resources from local mental health agencies and other organizations.

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