Four candidates, including former Mayor David Chiu, will compete for two at-large seats in the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District election on May 9. Filing closed on Monday.
Last year, the elections drew scant public and even smaller turnout. In the District 1 race, Joe Castillo earned 31 votes to challengers David Castillo’s 173 votes and Lee “Barry’ Davis’ 21 votes. In the District 2 race, Margie Villapando won 64 votes to challenger Laura Duhon’s 40 votes. All told, 332 of 12,907 eligible school district voters cast ballots.Email | Print