Friday, April 12, 2019

Your May 2019 Conservative Local Elections Guide

Below are the races appearing on ballots across Travis County. Early voting is from April 22 through May 2, with Local Election Day on Saturday, May 4.

See polling places and other official information here.

This is a running list which will feature any key conservative endorsements or our own. Feel free to leave a comment with your recommendations, as always.

This year, we have woven in to this list of Travis County ballot races a few Williamson County-hosted races that cut slightly into Travis County. If a race is not on this list -- even if it's a MUD or water district election -- please let us know in the comments and we'll be sure to list it.

Cedar Park

Place 1:
 Stephen Thomas
 Tim Kelly (endorsed by the Tracker, Travis Outrider, and WillCo Republican Leaders)

Place 3:
 Anne Duffy
 Hulyne Christopher (endorsed by the Tracker and Travis Outrider, and WillCo Republican Leaders)

Place 5:
 Heather Jefts
 Rodney T. Robinson (endorsed by the Tracker and Travis Outrider, and WillCo Republican Leaders)

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(Travis County Precincts 306, 308, 319, 320, 324, 346, 359, 373)

 Sandy Cox
 Tom Kilgore

 Lisa Butler
 Sanjeev Kumar
 Doug Howell
 Marvin Mead
 Gretchen Vance
 Sean Sutton
 Julie Reichert

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Place 1:
 Kathryn Pantalion-Parker (endorsed by the Travis Outrider)
 Laura Lantrip

Place 3:
 Jason Shaw (endorsed by the Travis Outrider, WillCo Republican Leaders)
 Becki Ross

Place 5:
 Jeff Seiler
 Chris Czernek (endorsed by the Travis Outrider)

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Round Rock 
(Travis County Precincts 110, 161, 219, 225)

Place 2:
 Blane Conklin
 Rene Flores (endorsed by WillCo Republican Leaders)

Place 6:
 Hilda Montgomery
 Selicia Sanchez-Adame

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(Travis County Precinct 308)

 Tim Crain
 Michael E. Wright
 Al Hostetler

 Dave Hertel
 James Johnston

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(Travis County Precincts 106, 114)

For or Against on:
 Proposition A: Sales tax re-authorization at one-fourth of one percent for street repair and maintenance.

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Pflugerville ISD
(Travis County Precincts 102, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 123, 136, 137, 145, 146, 148, 150, 160, 161, 163, 203, 205, 211, 215, 216, 218, 219, 226, 227, 229, 258, 268)

Place 3:
 Renae Mitchell

Place 4:
 Vernagene Mott

Place 5:
 Brian Allen (endorsed by Tracker)
 April Griffin
 Charlie Torres

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Eanes ISD 
(Travis County Precincts 212, 221, 307, 317, 318, 324, 330, 338, 347, 356, 357, 364, 368)

Place 4:
 Leya Simmons
 James Spradley

Place 6:
 Heather Sheffield

Place 7:
 Ellen Balthazar
 McKennon Rice (endorsed by Tracker)

For or Against on:
 Proposition A ($80M bond debt for construction, buses, activities, etc.):

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Travis County MUD No. 14 
(Travis County Precinct 106)

For or Against on:
 Proposition A ($41M bond debt for water utilities)
 Proposition B ($2.88M bond debt for parks and recreation)
 Proposition C ($61.5M bond debt for wastewater and drainage)

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Travis County Emergency Services District No. 16 
(Travis County Precincts 308, 316)

For or Against on:
 Proposition A (creation of district, tax not to exceed 10 cents per $100 property valuation)

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Links for those who live on the edge ...

If you live near or on the Travis County line and are eligible to vote in any overlapping jurisdiction that does not appear on this list, below are some links that may help you:

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  • The deadline to register in this election has expired. Register for future elections.
  • Pedernales Electric Coop is hosting an election starting May 24. As a private entity it is not included. We will post an article soon with information on the candidates and how to participate.

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