As of Sunday, 24,869 people — nearly a quarter of Hays County’s 104,000 registered voters — have either voted early or submitted mail-in ballots, according to the Elections Administration office.
Hays County Pct. 2 Constable James Kohler, a Democrat, is a sort of throwback to somewhere else: A politician who doesn’t even bother with the pretense of polish.
In a rematch of their Democratic Party primary race four years ago, Hays County Pct. 1 Constable David Peterson is running against former chief deputy constable Stephen Velasquez, who tried unsuccessfully to succeed his old boss, Lupe Cruz, in 2008.
As of the close of polls Wednesday, 9,750 residents have voted at early voting locations and 3,500 have voted by mail for a total of 13,250. That’s 12.7 percent of Hays County’s 104,000 registered voters.
San Marcos council member RYAN THOMASON faces challenger MELISSA DERRICK in a 2012 San Marcos Area League of Women Voters general election debate.
San Marcos council member SHANE SCOTT faces challenger GREG FRANK in a 2012 San Marcos Area League of Women Voters general election debate.
It did not take long for the San Marcos Area League of Women Voters mayoral debate to devolve into debacle on Monday.
– EDITOR: After reading several letters to the Editor I felt compelled to write this one. I have lived in Hays County and the Dripping Springs ISD for seven years. I have four children attending school there from high school to grade school ages. My wife is currently a substitute teacher but has over 20 [...]
In a letter to the editor, SHARON ADAMS says she supporters her husband John Adam’s bid for state representative because of his passion for public education.
Former San Marcos Mayor Susan Narvaiz has won the endorsement of the San Antonio Express-News, the largest circulation newspaper in the new CD-35 she is running to represent in the U.S. House of Representatives.