Meet the Candidates
Center for Politics
Johnnie Williams, seven-year bus driver for the Killeen Independent School District, stood for hours in front of school board candidates Thursday night for a second time this week displaying a sign advocating for better treatment.
Killeen City Council Candidate Sandra Blankenship will host a town hall for District 3 residents from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 30 at Meno’s Mexican Grill, 1100 E. Stan Schlueter Loop in Killeen.
Question-and-answer panels starting Thursday night and hosted by local organizations are aiming to give constituents an opportunity to meet candidates running for Killeen city and school board.
Teacher pay raises and compensation for the superintendent of the Killeen Independent School District inspired strong responses from candidates for the KISD Board of Trustees in a Monday night forum.
Residents can hear the platforms of Killeen Independent School District candidates Monday evening at a forum sponsored by the Killeen Daily Herald.
Residents can meet candidates running for local office at multiple public forums this month.
With the May 4 election less than two months away, candidates’ campaigns are in full swing, and candidates are making their platforms known.
Special education, the $426 million school bond projects, students’ success and district finances are among topics for the March 18 forum for Killeen Independent School District candidates.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Property taxes and benefits to educators are big-ticket items this legislative season for District 54 Rep. Brad Buckley, R-Salado, who met with residents Thursday night in a town hall.
The topic of no-knock warrants as a police strategy drew strong comments from Killeen City Council candidates at a forum Monday night.
The 2019 campaign season gets a jump start with the Killeen City Council candidate forum Monday.
Four candidates are running to be the next mayor of Copperas Cove.
Recent years have brought some big changes in the Killeen Independent School District.
This March 4 forum is for you, Killeen residents.
Killeen City Council candidates are invited to address the public at a candidate forum March 4.
The official ballots for a dozen local election have been locked in with the candidate filing deadline Friday.
BELTON — After 90 minutes of deliberation, a Bell County jury decided Wednesday that Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown should be removed from her elected position.
Less than a week remains left for candidates to toss their hats into the ring for the May 4 ballot that will include local city and school board elections.
On Monday, the City of Copperas Cove received its first application for a special election for city mayor on April 27.
More than 10 days have passed since filing for the May 4 election began Jan. 16, and candidates in several local city and school board races have already filed.