May 9 Election Roundup
Voters in Leander will have to decide between incumbent John Cowman and Iris Davis in a runoff for mayor. Three of the four city council races will also be decided in a June runoff. Only Kirsten Lynch won her election outright.
John Moman was elected to the Round Rock City council. Hutto voters picked David Begier to fill out the unexpired term of former Mayor Ken Love.
The Anderson Mill Limited District was voted into existence by people in northwest Travis and southwest Williamson Counties. The district will succeed the Anderson Mill Municipal Utility District.
In the race for Bee Cave City Council, Bill Goodwin, Jack McCool and Bob Dorsett, Jr. were the top vote getters for three council seats. Bee Cave voters also reauthorized a .25% sales tax for street maintenance and repair.
Dave DeOme was elected mayor of Lakeway. Alan Tye, Joe Bain, Jr. and Dennis Wallace won the three Lakeway City Council seats up for grabs. Lakeway voters also reauthorized a .25% sales tax for street maintenance.
Rollingwood voters elected John Hinton, Bill Hamilton and Roxanne McKee as Aldermen.
Sunset Valley voters okayed a street repair sales tax.
Doug Lindgren was elected mayor of the Village of the Hills.
Voters in Volente elected Mark Scott, Matthew Hammond and Christopher Wilder as aldermen.
Sharman Reed won a seat on the Eanes ISD Board of Trustees. Richard Franklin III won the race for the Del Valle ISD Board of Trustees. Lisa Johnson was elected to the Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustees.
Voters approved a sales tax increase for the East Travis Gateway Library District.
Voters in Hays County approved a local option for alcohol sales in Precinct 3, which includes Wimberley.