Marble Falls, Burnet, Kingsland, Llano, Spicewood, Horseshoe Bay, and ALL of the Highland Lakes
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FEB. 21 UPDATE: This story was updated to include election information for Cottonwood Shores and Highland Haven, which was not available by deadline on Feb. 20 because of the Presidents Day holiday.
Races for city councils in Marble Falls, Granite Shoals, Burnet, Cottonwood Shores, Meadowlakes, Bertram, Highland Haven, and Sunrise Beach Village are set for the upcoming May 6 elections. Early voting is April 24-May 2.
The deadline for candidates to file was Feb. 17.
Mayor and places 2, 4, and 6 are up for reelection. Craig Magerkurth is running unopposed for Place 6 following the retirement of incumbent Reed Norman. All other races are contested.
Richard Westerman (incumbent)
Rhodes, the Place 2 incumbent, was termed out and is not eligible to run for re-election to a council seat. He is running for mayor instead.
Mayor and places 1, 2, 3, and 5 are up for reelection. Place 2 incumbent Kevin Flack and Place 5 incumbent Michael Berg, both recent appointees, are running unopposed. Newcomer Judy Salvaggio is running unopposed for Place 3.
Incumbent Aaron Garcia declined to run for reelection.
Mayor along with three council seats are up for reelection this year with incumbents Joyce Laudenschlager and Ricky Langley on the ballot. Tres Clinton and Danny Lester are running as challengers. The top three vote-getters out of the four candidates for council will be seated.
Gary Wideman is running unopposed for mayor. Incumbent Crista Goble Bromley is termed out.
Three seats are up for grabs this year with incumbents John Baladez, Pat Turner, and Lane Shipp running for reelection. Jean Worrell is running as a challenger. The top three vote-getters will be seated on the council.
UPDATE, FEB. 23: Challenger Luke Deleon has withdrawn from the Bertram council race.
Three seats are on the ballot. Incumbents Terry Smith and Lynn Smith are running for reelection. Newcomers Terry Bruce Robinson and Donna Green are also running. The top three vote-getters will be seated as aldermen.