To finance over $500 million to construct multiple schools and other facilities over the next 10 years, the Killeen Independent School District is going to ask the public for funding.
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Monday, Oct. 23: First day of early voting
Friday, Oct. 27: Last day to apply for mail ballot (received, not postmarked)
Friday, Nov. 3: Last day of early voting
Tuesday, Nov. 7: Election Day, Last day to receive ballot by mail (by 7 p.m., if carrier envelope is not postmarked; Wednesday by 5 p.m. if carrier envelope is postmarked by Election Day).
Early voting for the Nov. 7 election begins Monday. Find out what’s on the ballot and what candidates in Copperas Cove, Nolanville and Gatesville have to say. Find out where and when to vote. It’s all in the Killeen Daily Herald Election Guide on pages B3 - B6 in the print edition and online…
Experience is the word when it comes to City of Copperas Cove Council elections.
Two incumbents on the Copperas Cove Independent School District will face opposition.
Residents of Copperas Cove will get a chance to vote this fall on the issue of possibly changing over to a Municipal Development District.
With three at-large seats to be filled on the Gatesville Independent School District School Board, 14 individuals filed as candidates.
Nolanville voters will consider one contested council race and a proposition to fund road repairs and maintenance.
Some voters can request absentee ballots by Oct. 27.
Voters can vote early for local elections and state constitutional amendments at the following locations and times:
While the upcoming Nov. 7 election lacks the flare of a presidential or gubernatorial race, voters still must decide the fate of seven proposed state constitutional amendments.
COPPERAS COVE — Copperas Cove residents Michael Parsons and Hazel McBride finally asked questions all candidates could agree on during the third and final candidates forum held at the VFW Post No. 8577 in Copperas Cove.
Brad Buckley had a good reason for selecting Johnny’s Steak and Bar-be-que for a meet and greet in Salado on Monday evening.
An 85-year-old man who has experience as a mayor, county judge and school board member.
There will be seven amendments to the Texas Constitution that residents statewide will be able to vote on in the Nov. 7 election. They are:
Today is the final day to register to vote in the Nov. 7 election.
COPPERAS COVE — One city commissioner said the change from an Economic Development Corporation to a Municipal Development District is the tool needed to make the city vibrant again.
BELTON — In the shadow of the Bell County Courthouse on a sunny Friday morning, Lou Griffin Jr. of Temple announced his bid to run for Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace.
A Texas native is running for the House of Representatives seat in District 25, with elections coming up in 2018.
Coryell County Emergency Management Coordinator Bob Harrell announced Monday he will seek the Republican nomination for the office of judge of Coryell County in the March 6 primary election.
In front of about 125 people at Billy Bob’s Burgers Tuesday evening, Dr. Brad Buckley made one thing clear: he’s a competitor.
David Blackburn, candidate for Bell County judge, hosted a public campaign launch at the Killeen Civic & Conference Center to speak with about 25 local residents about ensuring the continuity of economic growth and prosperity for Bell County.
A week after his re-election campaign announcement, Texas House District 54 Rep. Scott Cosper, R-Killeen, will have a Republican challenger to his seat in the March primary.
There are multiple races in the Central Texas area for the Nov. 7 election, and residents are preparing to cast their votes.