LAMPASAS — Four days into the early voting session for the May general election, Lampasas election officials said votes are trickling in. As of Thursday, just 71 votes had been placed out of 3,700 eligible voters.
With four seats on the ballot for Lampasas City Council, just two races are contested — that of mayor and Place 1. Place 6 Councilman Chris Harrison is running unopposed. Place 2 incumbent Brad Neely chose not to run for reelection, leaving contender Christian Toups to run unopposed.
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