Nash, Hurst, Pittard get voters’ nod for Marble Falls City Council

MARBLE FALLS — Two newcomers and one incumbent won their elections during a close race May 14 for three seats on the City Council.
Incumbents David Rhodes and David Ives both lost their spots, however.
Voters elected newcomers Ryan Nash and Jane Marie Hurst to the council and re-elected Councilwoman Sharon Pittard to another two-year term.
Nash, 31, is involved in construction and development. Hurst, 51, is a Realtor, business owner, investor and developer.
Pittard, 49, a customer-service representative. This is her second term.
Out of 1,039 total votes cast, Nash received 234 votes, about 23 percent of the total; Hurst polled 219, or about 21 percent; and Pittard received 208, or about 20 percent, according to figures from the Burnet County Elections Office.
Ives finished with 190 votes, while Rhodes had 188.

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