Vote tallies were finalized Tuesday as the City Council canvassed the results of the mayoral runoff race.
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The last race in the 2018 Copperas Cove election cycle will come to a head Tuesday between incumbent Mayor Frank Seffrood and challenger Azeita Taylor.
Incumbent Mayor Frank Seffrood exchanged smiles and nods Tuesday morning with Azeita Taylor, who aims to take his spot in a runoff election officially scheduled as City Council canvassed Election Day results.
The unofficial results are in, and Gatesville voters have selected Charles Alderson and Linda Maxwell to fill the two vacant seats on the Gatesville Independent School District board.
Campaign signs for various city and state races are displayed Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, in Copperas Cove.
The City Council will see at least two new representatives as a result of Tuesday elections.
Available trustee spots for the Copperas Cove Independent School District on the ballot this year were the positions of board trustees Place 1 and Place 2.
On Election Day and in the weeks leading up to it, Central Texas residents voted in record numbers.
Central Texas residents voted in record numbers both on Election Day and in the weeks leading up to it, resulting in 86,516 votes being cast in Bell County this year, nearly double the 44,137 ballots cast in the last midterm election in 2014.
Kathy Richerson, the Democrat who lost the Texas House District 54 seat Tuesday to Dr. Brad Buckley, said the midterm elections were a sign of things to come for Texas Democrats after a slew of close races.
Democrat MJ Hegar conceded the hard-fought U.S. District 31 race late Tuesday night as results were still trickling in.
Despite losing the Bell County vote, Dr. Brad Buckley won the Texas House District 54 seat with a big boost from Lampasas County voters, according to final, unofficial results Tuesday.
Roger Williams, R-Austin, the incumbent for Texas Congressional District 25 defeated Democratic opponent Julie Oliver, of Austin with 53.6 percent of the vote Tuesday, according to the Texas Tribune.
Today is Election Day.
Think about it: Your vote is equal to any other person’s vote in this midterm election.
Dozens of area voters made their way to a home on the south side of Killeen on Sunday for a final Get Out the Vote Rally before Election Day on Tuesday.
Dr. Brad Buckley, who once ran a campaign for Texas House District 54 that leaned heavily on individual contributions, is now swimming in campaign funds from big-money political action committees just before Tuesday’s election.
Republican Brad Buckley is the man of the moment, but Democrat Kathy Richerson is hoping to steal the spotlight in the race for Texas House District 54.
Regardless of Tuesday’s election results, the Bell County Commissioners Court is in for a big shake-up.
A lot has been made of Democrat MJ Hegar’s campaign against Republican U.S. Rep. John Carter. Tuesday will reveal if that talk about this being a competitive race is true.
Here are the Election Day polling places.
Election Day is closing in, and residents across the country have been pouring out in record numbers to vote for their favored candidates. Some Bell and Coryell county residents will also be voting for two seats on the Gatesville Independent School District board.
With a day of early voting left before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, a group of candidates for county, state and national office gathered in Killeen on Thursday for a last-minute pitch to voters.
Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar, the Democratic nominee for Texas’ 31st congressional district, said campaign team members for Congressman John Carter pelted her children with candy while they were trick-or-treating Halloween night in Round Rock.
On Thursday, Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar, the Democratic nominee for Texas’ 31st congressional district, Congressman Marc Veasey, D-Fort Worth, and Killeen City Councilwoman Shirley Fleming convened to rally supporters and encourage them to cast ballots in the last two days of early voting.
U.S. Attorney John F. Bash announced today that Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew B. Devlin has been appointed to serve as the District Election Officer for the Western District of Texas and will be responsible for overseeing complaints of election fraud and voting rights abuses, according t…
KILLEEN — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz on Tuesday said his victory on Nov. 6 will be fueled by a “common sense” majority of people that includes moderate Democrats, independents and Libertarians.
Polling locations across the area are reporting higher than normal voter turnouts after early voting numbers skyrocketed past those from the last midterm election.
Republicans are planning a show of force in Bell County.
More than 5,700 people in Bell County came out to vote on Monday, the first day of early voting for the midterm elections.
A former Killeen city manager running for Bell County judge will be facing another former Killeen official in the race for the Commissioners’ Court seat Nov. 6.
Texas House District 54 will see a new face no matter the winner of the Nov. 6 midterm election as newcomers Dr. Brad Buckley, R-Salado, and Kathy Richerson, D-Bell County, face off for the seat.
Texas Congressional District 25 incumbent Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, will face off against Austin healthcare professional and attorney Julie Oliver, D-Austin, in the Nov. 6 midterm election.
After eight terms as representative for Texas’ 31st Congressional District, John Carter, R-Round Rock, could face his toughest challenge yet Nov. 6.
Editor's note: This is a corrected version of this story. The candidate's answers had been inadvertently swapped in the Election Guide.
The 2018 Texas U.S. Senate race has attracted two candidates calling for change against Republican incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz.
The three races for City Council seats have attracted a wide array of candidates with varying ideas of how the city built for family living should press forward.
Available trustee spots for the Copperas Cove Independent School District on the ballot this year are the positions of board trustees Place 1 and Place 2.
Three days before early voting begins, almost all of the Democrats running for state offices will make a campaign stop in Killeen.
Bell County Precinct 4 Commissioner John Fisher is inviting the public to a Townhall meeting at the Killeen Community Center, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd., from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight.
The average homeowner’s most common interaction with their area governments is through their property tax bill.
Killeen leaders met with Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, this week in Washington, D.C., as part of a series of meetings the senator held with community leaders from three Texas cities.