Meet the Candidates
Three spots are opening on the Florence City Council in May, and the initial field of candidates had five people.
The City of Kempner only has one contested race this election cycle, but several issues to consider moving forward.
Two seats on the Salado Independent School District’s Board of Trustees are up for grabs in the upcoming municipal election to take place May 4.
Five candidates are vying for four seats on the Belton City Council. They are Cindy Black, John Holmes, Dan Kirkley, David K. Leigh and Craig Pearson.
Lampasas ISD has two open seats, only one of which is contested. Jeff Rutland and Daryl Hurst are seeking Place 4. Incumbent David Millican is unopposed for Place 5.
Eight candidates are vying for three seats on the Killeen City Council.
How the Killeen Independent School District is handling $426 million in taxpayer money isn’t the only hot topic of discussion among challengers and incumbents vying for seats in the May 4 Board of Trustees election.
Harker Heights will have one contested race for a City Council seat on the May 4 ballot.
Three people are vying for mayor and three are seeking the Place 2 council seat in Lampasas.
The Salado Board of Aldermen is looking to fill three seats in the upcoming municipal election, to take place May 4. Those seats currently belong to Aldermen Andy Jackson and Michael McDougal, who will not be seeking re-election, and the seat once filled by Fred Brown that was left vacant af…
Tuition rates, resident taxation and recruitment and retention of Central Texas College employees are some issues candidates for the Board of Trustees face in a race for a seat.