While some Highland Lakes municipalities canceled their elections because of unopposed races, others are asking voters to cast ballots for city council, mayor, and bonds.
Burnet Consolidated Independent School District:Four different propositions are on the ballot. If passed, the propositions will allow the issuance of bonds to fund various districtwide improvements, including an $8.9 million bond to construct a multipurpose student activities center.
Bertram:Three people are running for mayor in a special election that coincides with the regular election. The city’s general election will fill three City Council seats.
Burnet: Residents will vote to fill three City Council positions. Mayor Crista Goble Bromley is running unopposed for re-election.
Cottonwood Shores: Residents will vote on a bond election on whether or not to reauthorize a local sales tax to provide funds for street maintenance.
Marble Falls: Four City Council positions are on the ballot. Residents will vote for mayor and Place 4 councilor. The remaining seats are unopposed.